"You don't know what you've got till it's gone." I never really understood how stupidly bittersweet the phrase was until recently. I've been so comfortable with everyone and everything around me that little changes never made too much impact on how I went about my day. Moving into the basement removed some of the convenience… Continue reading Bittersweet
I have a friend who made the most beautiful comment on 2016 and the new year. I won't copy it word-for-word because it was a very personal comment loaded with personal things that were not written for me to repeat to the world. To paraphrase, 2016 was an interesting year filled with new experiences. Her… Continue reading Future Achievements of 2017
I always seem to write these posts around midnight. I was about to start a drawing when I decided instead to start writing, instead. And I always seem to write the framework, only to finish it a week later: I am now recovering from wisdom teeth removal (second day and I feel fine, no… Continue reading Last Year in Shiny, New Achievements; 6
Disclaimer: not always shiny, not always new. These past ...three months! have brought about a bunch of change. Firstly, even with my three month vacation into the world of third-year university, there are more of you following this blog! It's a strange feeling knowing that 31 people have decided your blog is worth the follow, but I am… Continue reading Last Term* in Shiny, New Things; 4
A sketch and drawing I finished yesterday. It's a strange concept, but something I find I can relate to incredibly well. Constructive comments and interpretations are welcome!
Last night was a crazy night. Not that kind of crazy... Jeez. Firstly, I’d invited some of my friends to join me on my 5K Run on Mother’s Day, and they flat-out declined. I guess it’s not too enticing to run a random 5K on such short notice, for something you aren’t so passionate about. Later, my dad came… Continue reading Passion.
“April showers bring May flowers.” ie: The tears of a student during exam season are usually, but not limited to, downpours. These tears of pain, agony, studying and relief will hopefully bring beautiful gardens of acceptable grades in May. Indeed, April - and December - are always tough months for me. Those are my exam… Continue reading Love Who You Are; Page 3
In time I will be pulling out of the dark crevices of my brain, that is! I am drowning in a pile of studying and lab reports up to the tip of my nose... It will sadly be this way for another week, I believe. I have a lab exam Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of… Continue reading In Time, We Trust