Tuesday, March 23, 2010


On Saturday, my darling and I went to the movies.

We saw UP IN THE AIR - With a job that has him traveling around the country firing people, Ryan Bingham leads an empty life out of a suitcase, until his company does the unexpected: ground him...

The movie pictures ups and downs of our lives. From the movie, I thought what makes yourself happy is to keep the faith. The guy "Ryan" questioned his life of being lonely, after making business trips with a new recruit "Natalie". Before, he believed meeting people is a momentary amusement, but Natalie changed his mind and let him catch the lady "Alex" who he dated for few times, actually was married... If Ryan didn't take Natalie's word, he might have gone his way not chasing the lady, being happy, but now he feels lonely. What a life...

Anyway, casts were great! I loved their performances! They made me think what is important in my life and what makes me happy.

It was 3-day-holiday this weekend, but now it's over. Time flies!!! I bought fuchsia pink Arnold Palmer suitcase :D Can't wait to travel! My darling was pretty tired while I speak too much every single moment... Do you ladies understand me?! I didn't mean to speak a lot... I took his picture because he looked really tired...

I hope he is having a quiet time at work today!

Busy workday! See you again!!!

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  1. Ochi,

    I want to watch this movie too..but still not arrange yet.Hopefully can watch with Ken soon.

    Your luggage looked cute and I love the color too.But don't you think it's a bit small?

  2. Hi jose,

    Yes! Check this out ;)

    I already have a huge one, so I was looking for a small one for overnight domestic trip!

  3. Hi Ochi,

    I recently saw the movie on DVD. Wasn't sure I was going to like it, but I was plesantly surprised!
    Have a good week.


  4. Hi Jenn,

    Is the movie already on DVD?!
    I like this kind of story having different interpretations! My darling liked the part when Ryan sat next to the captain and forgot what he was going to talk. He said people are not perfect at the big moment. I don't know why he focused on that part, though. Ha-ha!


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