The really lovely KM Sutton from the wonderful Ankhor You has nominated me for the One Lovely Blog Award and I have been on the moon and beyond, even now. Thank you so very much. If you haven’t checked out her blog yet, it is really awesome. You will be really happy checking it out.
I didn’t know that there were awards like these but I ain’t complaining, and it really is such a wonderful gesture that just makes me so happy I could cry.
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Every student’s dream (well at least, most of us) would love to have the classes suspended, even for just a day. Even an absent teacher is truly a magnificent thing because it meant almost total freedom (more often than not is the case in my school).
That is why a lot of students like me who are still in grade school to high school loves nothing more than the sight of a typhoon and the accompaniment of the announcement of suspension on the television.
I know that it is not good to wish for such a thing, and yet, Continue reading “A Question: Why Do We Always Wish for the “Bad”?”
It’s been seven days since 2017 came, and I just want to ask you, how are you feeling?
Is it just, well, another day is just another day?
Or is it, hopefully tomorrow will be much better?
Or maybe it’s still that bubbly emotion whenever you think of how it’s the New Year. When everything is reset and you find yourself having a new chance at what January, Continue reading “The Secret to Accomplishing New Year’s Resolutions”
I used to think that man’s greatest enemy is time.
With so many dreams and bullets on my bucket list, I often have doubts whether I could even finish half of that list. And most of them are really time-sensitive because I don’t think anyone can be the young female protagonist in a play if she’s already forty years old.
Even so, I have come to realize that time isn’t the real enemy after all. Time isn’t the one who judges me. Continue reading “Mind: Man’s Greatest Enemy?”
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”
Until now, I can’t believe that I have finally gathered the courage to Continue reading “I Can’t Believe I Did It!”
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?”
I’m so guilty.
So it’s really the wifi’s fault that I didn’t get to post a blog last Saturday (which is practically my only available day as a student) but even though that’s the case, I’m still so guilty of not posting.
I’ve already told myself that Continue reading “I’m Still Alive”