Why is it whenever you’re watching someone out there doing something inspiring, you feel like nothing’s going to stop you either but that feeling just fades with time?
I watched this movie on HBO called ‘My date with Drew’. It’s about this average guy Brian who decided to do a documentary about trying to get a date with Drew Barrymore within 30 days.
I tuned in about midway into the movie and thought, “wow… what a loser!”
It was a tough journey for him and within minutes, I was rooting for him though I was still thinking, “Geez… what a loser…”
He seems like a genuinely sweet guy though a little geeky so you couldn’t help but like him!
And you know what? He did get his date with Drew Barrymore and I was really happy for him.
Anyway after watching the show, I was inspired to do something.
No, I’m not going to do a documentary called ‘My date with Yunho’ though… it seems pretty tempting =D
I was just sitting there and thinking, “I’m turning twenty soon. What have I done in my life so far? What have I achieved so far?”
Well, nothing fantastic.
I haven’t bungee jumped off the Empire State building nor have I ever been on TV, well, except for that one time that I walked purposely behind a news reporter in Adelaide and that time when they caught Chow Mei and I in Dong Bang Shin Ki’s concert. *cringe*
But I’m pretty happy with things.
My life may not be exciting or glamorous but there’s always something that’s going to happen; may it be good or bad.
I have exactly two weeks before I’m heading back to Adelaide. I’m thrilled about it yet saddened too. But life goes on and I must too.
For now, I’m really enjoying spending time with my family at home. I realized that I’m more of a homebody than an outgoing one. Don’t get me wrong, I do enjoy going out but there’s nothing like relaxing at home and having you to yourself.
I’m getting old, aren’t I?