Good relationships are a lot of work. Not the kind of work that leaves you cranky and drained, but work nonetheless. I was shooting the breeze with my mom today and reflecting on the fact that things change when you get engaged. You look at relationships differently and people look at you differently. For instance, … Continue reading Nobody says this, but…
The analyview returns! I got a free copy of Dr. Richard Banks' book, Is Marriage for White People from the professor who advises the BLSA group at Orange Law. It was a good read and surprisingly easy to get through; despite my impending finals, I managed to get through in just a few hours. Thesis … Continue reading Is Marriage for White People?
[Note: I wrote this a little while ago and never posted it, so you get a real post today. Enjoy!] First of all, this is much more analysis than movie review. Either way, if you haven't seen the movie yet and care about spoilers, this is your official warning. Still reading? Okay then. Watching this … Continue reading Analyview of “500 Days of Summer”
I know I'm extra late--I almost never see movies at the theater. But I finally got around to watching HJNTIY and I must say, it was a trip. Such a trip that I actually had to take notes so I wouldn't forget what I found to be especially thought provoking. I will go ahead and … Continue reading Analyview* of "He's Just Not That Into You"