I have liked watching Constance Wu since I first saw her on Fresh Off the Boat.
I don't watch the show regularly, but it is always a joy whenever I happen to catch a few scenes here and there.
It was with that same enthusiasm that I entered the theater Friday night to watch Crazy Rich Asians.
It was a very romantic movie. A very, very romantic movie. Sorry, did I mention it was romantic?
There is something so wow-some about a relationship where there is an inequality in almost everything but love, and that love is able to conquer all. Kind of reminds me of God's love.
And that wedding scene y'all? I melted into a puddle of "awws" and "oh wows."
Overall outlook: some of the acting was a little overboard for my taste, but all in all, it was the fun feel-good-Cinderalla-type movie that we all know and love.
Limoblaze is the equivalent of 10 Mr. Bingleys, and he is all that a gentleman (ahem, Christian singer) should be.
I recently stumbled upon his songs on Spotify. I am not exaggerating when I say that I am a little reluctant to listen to other artists because I am afraid that they would pale in comparison, and my Jane Bennet sensibility cannot handle that.
Every Limoblaze song is like a bar of Twix chocolate: a beautiful brown exterior filled with creamy caramel goodness and crunchy biscuit on the inside; just because the music is sweet does not mean the lyrics are not hard-hitting.
Album Title: Blind
Released in: 2016 (I don't know what rock I have been living under.)