The summer bug
Posted on July 10, 2013
Happy summer, dearest readers.
Perhaps it’s always sunny where you’re at, and wishing you a sunny day is a moot point. But where I’m at, where it rains 9 months out of the year, it’s important for me to soak up the sun.
Maybe I’m feeling nostalgic or emotional these days because my favorite series – really, of all time, trying not to be dramatic here- has come to an end and I’ve not much to look forward to as far as lakorn goes.
So I’ve decided, with only a few months left of summer, that I’m going to go smell the roses, or maybe travel or something or other.
What can you expect for the upcoming days, weeks, months?
I’m counting on Jia (my wonderful guest writer) to continue on with her recaps of Khun Samee Kamalor Tee Rak, which is published once a week. I will do a review of Fah Krajang Dao when it ends (so dropping recaps because let’s be real guys, I’m just not feeling this one.) Heck, some of you prefer to read my reviews anyway over recaps (no?) Also, I will do a series review for Sarm Taharn Suea Sao once Fah Krajang Dao ends, much like the one I did for Suparburoot Juthathep series, minus the awards because we already know who’s walking way with a trophy here, right? Alas, I will continue to watch Kaen Sanaeha and maybe write a combined weekly review. Am I missing anything else?
Perhaps you haven’t caught the summer bug, or it’s always so sunny where you’re at that you’re just over it, then please drop me a line because there are lakorns that needs recapping, they certainly won’t recap on their own.
Feel free to share your summer plans, your lakorn plans or plans just to veg out. Venting is therapy, yunno? And we have this platform to do so. So vent away.
Happy Summer to you too, Fia. As for me, I’m feeling at a lost without the five Khunchais series. Right now I don’t feel like watching any lakorn seriously. I’m that physically and mentally exhausted! Don’t get me wrong…I love feeling this overwhelmed watching the five Khunchais. 😀
Tonight I watched Wan Nee Tee Ror Koy, just to see Om Akapan and his six pack. And I was lucky, a lot of bare chest scenes of Om. And seeing Om makes me feel a bit better 😀 Drool!! I didn’t even know or care what the storyline was. Like you said, I think it’s about time that I take a break from lakorns and interact with real people in the real world. But I’ll be checking your blog every single day!
Thanks for the wonderful time renting and raving with you all.
Happy Summer to you 🙂 I haven’t even watched the series yet but I’m planning to soon hopefully. This summer, I’ve been bumming like crazy. I really need to start going out there instead of staying inside. I’m glad you’re still going to be capping. Your caps are truly awesome! 😀 Thanks so much~
Have a wonderful summer~
Hi Fia:) You must live in Seattle?;) Enjoy all the sun you can get! Thanks for your recaps/summaries, I truly appreciate it! Would you mind doing a summary on Om’s new lakorn? If not, all you do is appreciated anyhow. Thanks again! Happy Summer and be safe in all your travels!
Yes, happy summer to you too. I’m feeling the drag too and feeling sort of out of sorts, if that makes any sense. Thank you for this forum to connect with everyone. I enjoy reading everyone’s comments (twice or three times) because it makes me feel better. Yes, I feel like my friends, Khunchais and their loved ones, are gone away and I miss them. I hope this will soon pass so that I can go out and smell the roses and get more motivated with “life.” Perhaps taking a weekend off yoga and meditation retreat might be helpful, that always re-charges and re-energizes my life. Happy summer to all!!!
Happy summer!! But this summer feels extr humid and extra sticky! I have too many Thai lakorns waiting for me to watch. Have yet to decide what to watch. Hahah.
i am staycationing or stayputting at home. good for you. i wish the lakorn gods give you gratuity for promoting these wonderfull lakorns not only in thailand but worlwide. perhaps in one of the five star resort hotels for which thailand is so famous for.
Hi everyone- yes, the picture above would be ideally where I’d like to disappear to, but yunno work is so inconvenient (wouldn’t it be nice just to take off?) Thanks for your warm wishes and humoring me, as well as your continued support and frequency to my blog. You know how to make a girl feel special. I look forward to our future spazzzzing (s).
-A yoga retreat sounds fun, poowan.
-And reathanak, I will add Om’s newest lakorn to my list of pending reviews, not sure when I’ll get to it once it ends.. I don’t mind writing reviews, because when I marathon a lakorn, I can use the FF button!
-laimtxiasthao, hopefully you get to the SJ series soon!
-Kool & albergal, you guys make me smile!
-loveoftvb, what’s your next lakorn adventure?
I’m thinking a Weir drama, and I was really into Weir and Mai back with Roy Lae Sanae Luang, that’s why I want to watch Ngao Kammathep. BUT, Weir and Tangmo’s new drama seems to be quite a hit as well, so I don’t know. AND, then there’s also Khun Chai Ronapee, with James Ma and Mint Chalida. Too many choice! Too many options!! Haha
That does sound like quite the list- but it will keep you entertained for some time, to be sure. Happy lakorn watching!
Happy summer to you, Fia! Where I’am at ,summer is very sunny (duuhhh it’s summer) and very humid. Hence, i will keep myself occupy at home haha. But the weather should be better by next month, so i will start planning for few short trips too :D. Meantime, thanks to your wonderful blog and great efforts, i have a long list of lakorns to watch based on your reviews. I’ve started watching Hi So and His Farmer Boyfriend (yeah where have i been haha) after reading your review. Frankly this is my first time watching Champoo’s lakorn. I’ve tried to watchWiwa Wah Woon before because of Ken (i’m a KenT shipper) but dropped it after like 2 episodes. But i’m enjoying Hi So thus far. Have a great summer Fia! Have fun!