Up but my heart goes down

Okay so here’s another Pixar film that I achingly love. One word. Two letters. I wanna cry. Hard.

I’m still convinced that Up has the saddest love story ever. Well maybe second to The Notebook but I’m not asking you to agree with me because my opinion is final. Im sorry I’m quite harsh.

I’m not sure if the movie’s target audience is children but it sure did capture the hearts of a lot of adults and teens, including me of course. And I hate how it made me cry, and cry, and sob though I’m still on the 5th minute. Made me feel stupid for a while but oh well, dramatic, over-acting, emotional, and sensitive junkies like me would understand.

Here, take a look at this photo I’ve stolen from someone in Tumblr. Credit goes to you, kind being.



Why would they include such heartbreaking scene in a kids movie??? I hate how it made me burst into tears.


We people tend to watch movies (or listen to sad songs) that would further aggravate our forlorn mood and then we blame them for making us cry.  Really sick attitude.

Whatever. Have a great week ahead! 🙂



What’s life without a little drama?

Tired of pleasing the world? We’re all in this together.


The more I try to convince myself that this is going to be a blog about all the positive things that I’ll encounter, the more I get frustrated. Sometimes really, when you decide to pull yourself together and move forward, insane things and situations will start hitting you and leave you helpless on the floor. I guess that’s how life goes. It has rules — unpredictable rules that will just pop out whenever they want to and will never give you a chance to retaliate. You’re doomed.

But no matter how hard life hits you, there will still be people who will help you out from that limbo you are in. They may come too early or too late but one thing is for sure, even if they don’t arrive you will still get through it. So you better pick yourself up again and keep moving. No one will understand you better but yourself, and your God.



I’m really obsessed with this character because of her bows. I mean, I suddenly fell in love with characters who are archers when I started reading about Katniss. It’s such an amazing sport, or hunting skill, isn’t it? Similarly, I have a gorgeous friend whom I admire since the day we met because of her intelligence and charm, whose frustration is to be an archer! She looks dazzling in one of her default picture in Facebook. Luckily, she owns a site now, too. Check it here and say hi to Carmela!


Merida possesses a dauntless character which I really like! No wonder why this movie is entitled “Brave”. I wonder if she’s considered as a Disney Princess too. I really hope they make it official! What do you think? 🙂

There are those who say fate is something beyond our command. That destiny is not our own, but I know better. Our fate lives within us, you only have to be brave enough to see it. – Princess Merida