On weddings, books, Kdrama and coming back.

Hello, lovely people of the blogging world! I know it’s been too long and I can’t believe so much have happened already since I last posted. I got married, for one, and I might sound really casual and nonchalant about it here but I’m secretly, internally screaming inside whenever I say that. Hah! Forgive me, I’m still on cloud nine. It’s been almost two months but allow me to still share with you some the snippets from our big day.

Needless to say, we had the time of our lives. I got to marry the man I’ve always prayed for, while we were surrounded by our beautiful family and friends. It was an intimate celebration, but one that will forever make our heart full.

We had the best wedding entourage, too! Despite the pandemic, we were so grateful that our family and friends made time not just to be with us, but to actually party with us! Ha! There’s were lots of dancing and singing and the food seemed endless. It was perfect.

I’ll probably make a couple more posts about what my life is now that I’m married, and it’s something I’m really excited to blog about. So many new things to learn but I’m definitely here for it. Anyway, enough of our wedding. Here’s a little update about my current reading status ~ as if I have been reading!

To be real honest, I haven’t finished a book in about five months now and I’m telling you, it’s painful! I’m currently in the middle of these four though and I’m trying so hard to finish each of them. Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid is one of my most anticipated reads this year and it’s a shame how it’s being so meh for me so far. Then I tried reading The Guest List by Lucy Foley ‘cos I usually read thrillers faster but I can’t get into it just the same. Though lately I stopped pressuring myself to finsih a book, it’s just that I miss the feeling of doing so. My fingers are crossed.

Whenever I’m not TRYING TO read, you’ll find me watching K-Drama! I’m so late in this craze but late is always better then never. So after finishing Squid Game ~ which is hands down one of the best series I’ve watched do far ~ I immediately delved into Hometown Cha cha cha because I’ve been hearing so many good things about it. It’s such a huge plus that it’s in a small town setting which, if you know my romance loving self, is my favorite romance novel genre.

I’m slowly getting into the world of K-Drama so if you have recommendations, please please leave them below! I’m in dire need of recs!


So that’s life so far and I’m happy and thankful that even though I’ve been on and off here, this place still feels like my safe haven where I can rant and rave about all the happenings in my life. I can’t wait to be back here and I hope you are too!

Happy reading and stay safe always, friends!