It’s such a comfy Sunday. The weather is completely perfect for a long rest after a day of laughing, eating, telling story, and hanging out with good old friends yesterday on the famous Valentine’s Day. It’s kinda awkward though because I and my friends went to a Mexican restaurant for dinner and all the seats except ours were seated by couples. Lol I don’t know why but seriously, people, what is happening between Valentine’s Day and being a single? I, for example, was a victim of social jokes about that. The truth is, I am not really a Val’s day person after all. I had never celebrated it with or without a companion. It will just feel the same and beside, you won’t need February 14th to go to a fine dining and dress well and eat with candle lights. Too idealist, do I? But, yes, please, dear my future companion, please me everyday and not just on the Valentine’s Day 💖
I went to the airport in the early morning today and I just had 3 hours of sleeping. I promised myself to get a good recovery as soon as I’m home, But then, here I am. I can’t sleep anymore and I have just finished 50 Shades of Grey with an unpleasant feeling.
Not to mention the sensual scenes this book has offered me, but 50SOG is one of the books that are on my favourite list. Why?
First of all, I love Christian Grey–well, who doesn’t? I always love the imagination of a perfectly beautiful, wealthy, tall, and smart guy (and unfortunately unreal) in a book. There, the answer why I had crush with the book version of Edward Cullen, or Damon Salvator (but I accept the screen version of him too), or this handsome Christian Grey now. Totally impressed by the way the authors describe them and how my wild dreams imagine them. And totally in love by the way they treat the girl they love the most and their mysterious side. It is just perfect, and I’m telling again, so unreal. But hey, that’s what fictions are for right. It is made to pleasure you.
Secondly, I love how Ana leaves Grey. After all the great time they’ve spent together, at some point she just realises that she and him aren’t on the same side. She’ll never be what Grey wants and neither does him. They’re on the different world. And Grey knew it. But I assume Grey’s just love her too much, and he thinks he might give it a try. See if it can work. But, Ana, I think she’s more clever than me, because she realises it soon and she made her own decision. She leaves for her own good. She brings the grieve to herself but she knows how to protect her self. She knows that if Grey wants her, he will find a way to work it out–and I assume that he will, eventually, on the next books. But, once again, she is smarter than me at that point. And inspires me. She, at the end of the book, believes that the man she loves doesn’t love her the way she thought. So she finds no good in their relationship, and decides to move on.
And for the third, I love some quotations the characters said in the book. One of my favourite is by Carla, Ana’s mom, to her daughter at the day when Ana’s going back to Seattle.
Darling, you know what they say. You have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find your prince.
That, to raise the awareness of being happy for the single on the Valentine’s Day. And this too, which I got from 9Gag.
So, I wish you a very lovely Valentine’s Day. May the love always be with you.