Hello my mermaid and elven friends!
I am back from my short blog break. I did a little soul searching a few weeks ago and reconnected with nature, the sun and a whole lot of rain. My room was right in front of the rain forest, so I fell asleep to the lullaby of night animals. My favorite is the orchestra of crickets and frogs singing under the continuous rhythm of the rain.
I woke up to the sound of the birds (special mention: to the loud woodpecker!) and the glistening sunlight!
It was so peaceful. My mind blocked everything stressful including my blogging thoughts. In short, the relaxing trip gave me a writer’s block. So, I spent the whole week playing Farmville. After work, I stayed most of the time in bed, expanding my island’s area. 😛
Well, I felt mundane and useless. So, here I am!
I think I’m back in this period where my imaginary friends left me again… or is it the other way around?
Hello Fellow Bloggers!
The boyband mania marked my 1st year in high school. I mean, who doesn’t have a crush on Nick Carter? All the girls in my high school does!
Imagine how my room looked like with all those boyband posters hanging on the wall.
Happy 29th of February everyone!
In celebration of the leap year, I would like to share with you a movie I recently discovered about the February 29 curse, or well, maybe something related to it.
Another nomination! Yehey!
Christmas seasons usually have
a heartwarming kind of coldness in the air,
but right now, it’s not.
To me, it’s just an ordinary cold December-month
surrounded by solitude and emptiness.
I am bitter!
I am blinded by the grief in my heart that I can’t seem to
appreciate the meaning of the season.
Is Christmas really coming soon?
It’s the season to be jolly, right?
It’s my favorite holiday!
A wonderful time for celebrating and sharing,
but I can’t feel any of it.
Gone is the nostalgic feeling of listening to
Gone is the happiness
of decorating for Christmas.
Gone is the excitement
of waking up on Christmas morning.
My Christmas spirit is gone.
Christmas is for family,
but I feel so alone.
I’m not used to celebrating it
without my father.
I just can’t.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
I guess this is the first time I actually kinda try to celebrate Thanksgiving.