Most people of my generation are calling 2016 a hellish year. You all know I’m on Tumblr – I’ve seen the memes, and I’ve reblogged a bunch too. In the end, though, I don’t hate the year 2016. To me, 2016 was a year of firsts. It was my first year of being 20 years… Continue reading Happy New Year
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Happy Holidays, to all you folk out there, whatever you may celebrate. I hope your festivities are delightful. As for me, well, I grew up celebrating Christmas, so that’s what this post will address. And though I send you all heartfelt well-wishes, the ultimate purpose of this blog is for my own self-improvement, and as… Continue reading Happy Holidays
((I meant to seriously return to the short story challenge this week, but I’ve had a rough last few days of the semester. No one in my surroundings would know that, actually, but in the comfort of my blog, I can admit to it, and I can learn to live with it. Writing what I… Continue reading Poetry: High Negativity
15. Five most influential books over your lifetime. “There Will Come Soft Rains” by Ray Bradbury is the first piece of writing that I remember having a profound impact on me. It was an assigned reading in school at an age when everyone complained about assigned readings, but I fell in love. The house that… Continue reading Asklist: Identity Asks pt.2
(part 1 here) ((Trying to return to the Short Story Challenge, but I’m a day late aha;; As usual, all writing uploaded is closer to a first draft rather than a final, but I hope you enjoy all the same.)) A Fairytale (part 2) In the winter, as flowers died and trees fell asleep, the call… Continue reading 6 – A Fairytale (part 2)
There was an asklist on Tumblr, and there were several questions on it that I wanted to think on (regardless of whether or not anyone sends in an ask – a popular Tumblr blogger, I am not). The questions below are from this post, but I’ve put a lot of thought into my responses. I’ll… Continue reading Asklist: Identity Asks pt. 1