Life Lessons I Gained From Winning For the First Time

I never really knew exactly what drove me to be courageous and sing. And until now, I still don’t.

When I auditioned for the Malateans’ Got Talent, I never dared to hope to make it to the finals because I was just so happy that I even got to sing in front of teachers and a few students. To think that me: a totally shy, fearful, passive girl was suddenly daring to compete. I didn’t think I’d be in the finals. Continue reading “Life Lessons I Gained From Winning For the First Time”

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Field Trip: Part II

Sorry for the long wait for this part two but I actually forgot about this until I was deleting out some stuff, saw it and suddenly I was like: uh oh.

Anyway, for those who would like to see the first part, here’s the link: Field Trip Part I.

I have mixed feelings about mud now.

I’ve always thought that it would be the grossest thing I will ever have to endure, but once Continue reading “Field Trip: Part II”

Do You Go To Book Fairs?

Books are the secret keys made from trees
unlocking all the places from other skies to wilder seas.

There’s no special book-themed occasion today (at least, not one that I know of that includes the whole-world) but from where I’m at, (it’s a secret, but you can take a guess) today is the Continue reading “Do You Go To Book Fairs?”

A Night Without the Stars

“I’ve loved the stars too fondly to be afraid of the night.” -Galileo

Last night, our school held its first ever stargazing. It was first spawned from what other schools had experienced, and so, being the secretary of the Eureka Science and Ecology Club in our school, we were the ones who were the best candidate to start this activity.

Sadly, Continue reading “A Night Without the Stars”