A: What will you do if you were able to freeze everything for an hour?
M: Hmm ... that's a good question. Simple. I guess I would freeze it during sunset at Manila Bay. Then I'd just sit there with a cold bottle of beer with a Jack Johnson track playing until it wears off. Haha. How about you?
A: I'd probably want to freeze time for an hour on a rainy afternoon. Then walk around and just take in the scenery. Maybe it's awesome seeing the rain remaining frozen. Haha.
M: Yeah. That'd be really surreal and real cool. Then, you can have an indie-pop electronic Arigato Hato-like sound track in the background. That sounds like a scene from a movie.
A: Haha. Yeah! But I'd probably drink hot choco. I'd probably feel cold after. I like your idea though. I'd join you if I'm not frozen in yours.
M: You're not affected by it. Don't worry. I would love it if you're there with me of course. I wouldn't think of anybody else. :) Mason Jenning's "Stars Shine Quietly" will be the song playing instead. I'll let you listen to that song. It's really nice.
A: Yey! You can walk with me in mine then, if you like.
M: I'd like that. I'd bring an umbrella for you in case you don't want to get wet. Probably towels too.
A: Yeah, then we'll drink hot chocolate after.
M: Yeah. Hot choco with marshmallows.
Creativity in Life
I’m pretty excited with the project my friend, Chu, and I have set out to make. It’s pretty much a collaboration for an art blog with our works (poems, random snippets, photos, illustrations, etc.). We agreed to start off with a twice a month thing (as we are always both swamped with work … excuses excuses, I know). We can post more frequently than this of course. To start off,...