Walking on Sunshine

I’ve been crazy obsessed with the song ‘Walking on Sunshine’ by Katrina & The Waves which was released way back in 80’s.

Yep that’s me. Very deeply attached to 80’s and 90’s music. I have no idea why I just am.
I got into this song when I heard it in one of my favorite TV shows ever. Which I only watched recently and maybe I’ll write about it soon as I watched it during my hiatus from this blog. Yep, I’m gonna write about (not review. Just ramble on about it and assume people will be as into it as I am).

Today’s been a rainy day which meant instant noodles all day long while curled up in front of the computer watching the TV series I alluded to earlier along with occasional bursts of reading the first of my library books.

Other than that, not much else.

I obviously have thoughts running through my brain but if I were to detail all of them this blog would be even more of a train wreck than it already is.

So these are the kind of days I was spending during my hiatus and not much happened so I was being truthful in saying nothing happened but regardless, I will write. Cause this is a blog, not some work of fiction. Deadlines count. Wait now that I think about, deadlines count even more in writing fiction. Official, to-be-published fiction at least.

Oh well.

Here Walking on Sunshine to cheer you up. I have to say it is one of the happiest songs I’ve ever listened to.



1. When you’re feeling kind of down due to the fact that your life has been eventless and is kinda pointless and will continue being that way until you depart for college, just watch some old cheerful 80’s songs.



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