- charlie linnell
weekly words week 40 - role play evening and romance dramas
anything nice you have been up to this week?
this week was filled with work, a lot of meetings that went very well, hanged out with a lot of colleagues and finished our projects.
watched a lot of cherry magic tv series. i really enjoy watching that show. also read the manga. have cravings for the movie and the volumes that aren’t out yet. get so inspired by this.
realized one of my cousins wrote a song for a big k-pop artist, number one in south korea now and i am so impressed, inspired and happy for his work! i love songwriting.
yesterday, i played role play for the first time. half-elf. we drank and ate sushi, started to feel sleepy around 9 pm. am i getting older? :3
how is the creativity process going?
a lot better. recorded the vocals yesterday. new song out today on youtube! wrote on the new song this week but need to finish it. perhaps today.
what are you listening to?
what are you watching?
okay, have honestly been watching cherry magic. but before i got completely absorbed by cherry magic i watched:
The Yakuza's Guide to Babysitting. it’s a very sweet show and easy to watch. very wholesome.
Kirishima Toru was accustomed to solving all problems through violence and was called “the Demon of Sakuragi.” One day, the boss of the Sakuragi family suddenly summons Kirishima and appoints him caretaker of his only daughter, Yaeka! A heartwarming comedy about a yakuza crime family’s right-hand man and the boss’ only daughter. The two of them are about to begin their new daily lives together!
what are you reading?
haven’t been reading anything in particular this week, been listening to a lot of music and watched a lot of cherry magic.
what have you been buying or decluttering?
green tea and licorice chocolate.
a wooden tray for the cats water bowls in the living room.
a present flower for my dad.
how are your 5 habits?
what are you grateful for?
the nice autumn weather.
a good romantic drama.
what are you letting go off?
the post tv-series blues.
what are your highlights?
role play evening and romance dramas.