|Mark Umbers and Scarlett Johansson as Mr. and Mrs. Windermere in A Good Woman. Image credits here.|
There is no excuse--being busy doesn't count, and plus I had to deal with a personal matter, that my resolve to keep this blog updated regularly like clockwork has again gone down the drain.
I've been inspired by Just Charlotte's manner of giving her blog readers her updates--it's a very efficient way of updating, so I'm borrowing this idea! Hope she doesn't mind!
(Re-) Reading: As a young girl, I've finished reading Anne Frank's The Diary of a Young Girl. After that, I have been fascinated with her, and her family. Last year, while I was browsing at books at one of my favourite bookstores, I've been hooked with this book--Treasures in the Attic: The Extraordinary Story of Anne Frank's Family, by Mirjam Pressler. I read this book during lunch break at work, as part of my me-time. I've finished it earlier, and I'm revisiting Anne Frank's world. If you've read the The Diary of A Young Girl, you would enjoy this.
Eating: The Manner citrus wafers from my aunt, who lives in Vienna. They are the bees' knees!
Watching: I somehow got my hands on a copy of United, a TV movie about the Manchester United players who died in the 1958 plane crash. The movie stars David Tennant, Sam Claflin and Thomas Howes, Dougray Scott, among others.
Looking Forward To: Learning basic brush pen calligraphy! I've attended an ink calligraphy workshop two months ago, and I'm eager to learn more! I've signed up for another workshop, and I can't wait for May! :)
Wearing: Nothing noteworthy, sorry!
Feeling: A roller coaster of emotions, something I'd rather not share here!
Wanting: The Benefit Majorette cream blusher! I've tested this during a beauty fair sponsored by my favourite planner brand. And let's not forget the Hello Flawless Oxygen Wow foundation! But I'd like to know what you think about these products!
Thinking: A variety of things! Stuff I'm really excited to share with you!
Loving: the movie called A Good Woman! It stars Scarlett Johansson, Mark Umbers, Tom Wilkinson, Helen Hunt and Stephen Campbell Moore. It is based on Oscar Wilde's play Lady Windermere's Fan. I never knew that Scarlett had been in a movie like that, and it's worth a watch (no matter what the reviews say), and I'm watching it again! :)
Let me know what you're currently reading, eating, looking forward to etc in the comments!