55 Day Challenge: Day 55
10 things (not people) that make you happy.
- Chai lattes
- Macbook Pro
- iPod touch
- 24 Hour Fitness
- Worship music
55 Day Challenge: Day 54
Four favourite films and why you love them.
- Life Is Beautiful: A movie set before and during WWII, it’s not just a love story, it’s a hope story. *SPOILER ALERT* What set this as my favorite movie is the sacrifices a father had to make to protect his son.
- Forrest Gump: It has everything I like: history, comedy, bromance—and it’s a classic.
- The Dark Knight: I like howChristopher Nolan has created a Batman that has a hint of realism. I also like the story-telling, the dilemmas Batman has to face, and the soundtrack.
- The Bourne series: I never thought Matt Damon could play an action hero until I saw this movie. Now, I watch this movie every so often. i love the action sequences and the storyline.
55 Day Challenge: Day 52
One person you can trust:
My mom. She has prayed for me since before I was born. She’s always been there for me and has always supported me. She’s also there to give me Godly advice or to give me a hug. I love my mom.
55 Day Challenge: Day 51
Two things you wish you could do.
I wish I could move objects with my mind and have the ability to shapeshift into an animal or a person.
55 Day Challenge: Day 50
Three words you can’t go a day without using.
“I love you.”
I say it to my family—my parents and my brothers. It’s important to me that they not only hear it from me, but that I show them I love them somehow. This could mean either hanging out with them, listening to what they have to say, doing something for them, etc.
55 Day Challenge: Day 49
Five things you can’t live without.
Assuming that the word “things” means objects and not people, then:
- My BlackBerry
- My MacBook Pro
- My iPod
- My camera
- My workout gear
55 Day Challenge: Day 48
- Eating seafood
- Large snakes
- Large spiders
- Failing/disappointing my parents
I can’t think of any more. These are my top 5 fears/phobias.
55 Day Challenge: Day 47
Eight things that annoy you.
- Body odor
- People who don’t keep their promises.
- People who pick on people who can’t defend themselves.
- People who think they’re fat, when clearly they are not fat.
- People who wear socks with their sandals. Sandals are open-toes for a reason!
55 Day Challenge: Day 46
Nine things you do every day.
- Read the Bible.
- Hug someone.
- Tell my parents that I love them.
- Text/Skype/Call/Facebook Chat with one of my brothers
- Tell my brothers that I love them.
- Check Facebook/Tumblr/Twitter/E-mail
55 Day Challenge: Day 45
Ten random facts about yourself.
- I was born on my mom’s birthday. I’m her birthday present! Sadly, I have no excuse to forget my mom’s birthday.
- I hate clowns because I’m suspicious of their happiness. I think they want to kill me/kidnap me and only pretend to be nice (watch It).
- I hated fashion. I’ve always loved architecture. It wasn’t until I watched an episode of Project Runway that I began to see architecture in clothes. I also admired the creativity that people had in creating clothes. It reminds me of God’s character as a Creator. If we are made in God’s image, then we have have His characteristics—creating, being one of them.
- I love taking photos because ever since my sister passed away, I have this fear that I will forget how someone I love looks like or the memories we shared.
- I’m quite affectionate, but I wasn’t always like that. Again, it had to do with losing my sister.
- I don’t know why, but I tend to describe what I do with the word “mode.” For example, if I say I’m in “Hulk Mode,” I mean that I’m extremely angry. If I say I’m in “Beast mode,” I’m doing something intense, like working out. If I say I’m in “Bro mode,” I’m doing something with my brothers.
- I’ve never broken any bones growing up, but I did get stitches on the palm of my hand after a freak cliff jumping accident in Kauai, HI.
- People think I’m mixed. So I take advantage of this.
- My goal is to get down to 155 to 165 lbs by September and have a size 30-32 waist.
- I’m more hesitant to say the words “I love you” now, not because I’m afraid of the word, but because I reserve the words to family and brothers.