my freezer June 23, 2009Posted by AnnaTheRed in Everything else.
I’ve been in a super creative mood, and I want to keep going until all the birthdays in June are over. I feel like if I stop I’ll lose momentum. So long story short, I didn’t make a kyaraben, but I am making something else. I’ll upload the pictures when it’s done. This project has been a difficult one, but my boyfriend’s been very helpful, cooking, cleaning and doing laundry for me. (actually he does laundry for me all the time :P) I’ll be paying him back with a special kyaraben later.🙂
Okay, I’m going to stop making excuses for not doing a bento blog today.😛 I’ll show some pictures of my freezer. This amused my boyfriend the first time he saw it. Yes, I draw pictures of an animal indicating the meat, and boobs for chicken breast. When I was labeling it, I wasn’t sure whether I should write it in Japanese or English, so I just drew pictures of the animal.
There are also meatballs that I had made, beef soboro and carrot flowers.
On top of this crazy birthday month, New York Asian Film Festival is being held in NYC right now, and I couldn’t possibly pass the opportunity to go see “Ip Man” on a big screen! (even if it means losing a couple of hours of my precious sleep / working time) It’s a semi-biographical movie of Bruce Lee’s master, Ip Man played by Donnie Yen.
My boyfriend and I aren’t only anime/sci-fi nerd, but we’re also kung-fu nerds. I’m sure he’ll do a detailed review on this movie pretty soon, but if you like a good kung-fu movie, you should check it out! It’s coming out from Dragon Dynasty in the end of August. (I think) The story was very similar to Fist of Legend. We didn’t know that Siu-Wong Fan was also in the movie. I’d only seen him in “Riki-OH: The Story of Ricky”, but I ouldn’t believe how big he’s gotten and how fast he was. (He’s aged very well too.)
There were some technical difficulties during the showing and it stopped playing a few of times. We had to wait until they fixed the problem for about 5-10 minutes each time, and it was very frustrating, but it was so worth it. (They gave everyone at the theater 2 coupons to see any film at IFC for compensation. Nice!)