I’d like to say that the weather reflects my mood, usually. So because it’s raining continuously this early summer season, my mood is a little sentimental and chill. I’m not complaining though. There are days when I want to have that sappy-senti vibe wherein I like looking at the raindrops falling and the gloomy clouds.
Anyways, I want to share with you my playlist on rainy days. Any suggestions? Have fun!
- Can I Be Him James Arthur
- Perfect Places Lorde
- Cave Me In Gallant, Tablo, Eric Nam
- Gentlemen Don’t Gabe Bondoc
- With A Smile South Border, Kelly Badon
- So Slow Side A & Freestyle
- All I Want Kodaline
- Fall For You Secondhand Serenade
- Your Guardian Angel The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
- Miserable At Best Mayday Parade
- Sila Sud
- Night Changes One Direction
- Beautiful Goodbye Maroon 5
“Sadness doesn’t last long. Love doesn’t last either. Which of both will you choose?” He asked as he was trying to find his comfortable spot while we were lying on the ground looking at the quiet night sky after running around playing like kids.
“Sadness is an emotional response of love; you can’t have love without it. So even if I choose love, I’ll have sadness anyways— as if I have another way around.” I replied looking intently at his face, memorizing all his features while being comfortable around his arms.
He then looked at me with intent; a gaze where in he is trying to read me beneath my soul through my twinkling eyes.
I smiled cheekily and said, “that means…you. I choose you. I’ll always do.”
Idea to be credited to Renz Lemente
but you didn’t give me any reason to hold on to.
Rate : 9/10
About: This drama is about a romance story between a time traveler and his wife. Yoo So Joon (Lee Je Hoon) is a CEO of a real estate company, who has the ability to travel through time via a subway. Song Ma Rin (Shin Min Ah) is her wife and works as a photographer. So Joon foresees his future-self living miserably so he decides to marry Ma Rin in order to avoid that fate. As time passes, he learns to love her selflessly.
We didn’t really know each other just a few months ago, now we’re planning out the rest of our lives together.
It was just too foolish of me to believe that there is a possibility of you and me. And I guess the universe might be right when reality hit me—I saw you clinging to her like she’s your lifeline, not me for I’m just a mere tour guide for both of your serendipity to meet and not ours—that there will always be a difference between you and me because for an us, it will never bound to be.