Month: April 2014

Bunny Bridezilla Series: Wedding Play(wish)list

The closer we get to the D-day, the more I think: why are there so many things for 2 hours party? Why must everything be anything but me? Why the date is about the venue availability.Why the food is about the guests. Why I can’t exclude people I hardly know from the list. Of course there are a lot of Why’s that would be simply answered with: because it’s a family party plus a social event where you would do anything not to be negatively talked behind. Everything should be familiar and neutral for everyone. Not that I hate it but even my love for my parents is not enough to stop me thinking: I’ll let my future children throw their own party as long as I like whom they’re going to get married with :p Funny that I was almost always asked help and suggestion about unique theme and decoration yet I let the decoration vendor do my wedding decoration by template. Haha. Well, we managed to come with some win-win points like: I chose …

The Philosophy of Andy Warhol

Happy World Book Day! :D It’s been a while since the last time I wrote about what I read. I’m not that much a bookworm but I love books. I also love strolling around bookstores and I take book shopping as a guiltless therapy. However, today I’m going to tell a bit about one of my 5-stars-personally-rated books which I didn’t buy in bookstore. ‘The Philosophy of Andy Warhol‘ by Andy Warhol. I’m a fan of Andy Warhol and his pop art. I knew he wasn’t only painting but also directing, BUT I didn’t know that he wrote great stuff. I found this book at Museum of Contemporary Art museum shop in Sydney. It was the only copy left on display. Honestly, I had never seen it before I bought it, even after that. I just think that universe wanted me to have it, so it happened. ‘The Philosophy of Andy Warhol’ was firstly published in 1975 and firstly published by Penguin Books in 2007. It consists of 15 chapters: Love (Puberty), Love (Prime), Love (Senility), Beauty, …