Season 1 of New Girl was so good that I became an instant fan after watching an episode. I loved Jessica Day (Zooey Deschanel) and Nick Miller (Jake Johnson) even though their weirdness mades me cringe sometimes. And though I hate to admit it, even the douchebag Schmidt and his womanizing ways make me laugh. But now, I don’t know, the show has gotten so bad that sometimes I do wonder why I still watch it.
New Girl Season 2 is boring. It seems like they ran out of good material for jokes. Or maybe they changed writers.
I guess it’s time to move on to another sitcom. Any recommendations?
This year is a busy one for me. Aside from blogging and events organizing, I also helped my father oversee the remodeling job we had at home.
No, don’t get me wrong. I didn’t do any of the carpentry, plumbing, and painting. We had workers for that. What I did was help out in the sourcing, selection, and purchasing of materials.
The best thing about the whole experience is that I learned a lot. For instance, when we were purchasing materials, I learned that most quality and durable items are very costly. But for those who are remodeling their homes on a budget there are cheaper alternatives that will also serve the purpose, if you just know where to look.
I was cleaning one of my storage boxes when I found these:
Yeas, sweetie. You’re looking at my stationery collection. I have memo pads, stickers, sticky notes, pens, deco tapes, letter sets, notebooks — cuteness overload! I started buying these babies more than a year ago because I have a soft spot for all things kawaii.
My love for stationery started when I was in grade school. How old was I — 6? Well, I first had a sheet of My Melody writing paper (or stay-shoo as we called it back then) that my classmate gave me and because I was an astute trader, I bartered my way into building my own collection. Hello Kitty, Little Twin Stars, Tsukuba, My Melody, Kerokerokeroppi, Zashikibuta, Tuxedo Sam — the works! I also had loads of those small note pads that smelled so good.