My Great Grandma died today but it’s okay. She was 107 and I wasn’t close to her anyway. No, not insensitive but just detached. I find that I’m like that with most things, in fact. Not too much happiness, not too much sadness. Because if I have either, I’d be full of madness. Vulnerability is… Continue reading On This Day Last Year:Someone Died Today but It’s Okay
Today is my birthday! So to celebrate, here are 52 things I learned in life and through blogging. Engagement is the key to building a community not a group of onlookers Be organized, yet flexible Stick to a schedule but be reasonable with it Never lack zeal Just because you feel others don’t do it,… Continue reading 52 Things I Learned in Life and Blogging
This is a post first published about a year ago, on the former edition of TMU. July has always been my favorite month. As a child, adolescent and adult now, it always meant to me holidays and the possibility of “being on my own”. I have several “July” friends, I only see them on this particular month and being… Continue reading What Is Your Favourite Month ?
I’m curious as to your thoughts on this. In what ways is this quote true or false to you?
This summer, I have decided to interview some of the people that I find interesting. Although many are family, friends, and acquaintances, I have learned a lot from these interviews. So, I hope you enjoy them as much as I did and I encourage you to do the same to the interesting people around you! Emily… Continue reading What is Your Passion? What is Your Dream?|Interview With Emily
I had just closed the last box of my possessions when I saw the notebook. It was a black composition notebook that had been thrown in my closet. I picked it up and instantly remembered what it was. I opened it and saw two sets of handwriting, one was mine and one was her’s. Looking… Continue reading Dear Angel…