Hello, it's been a while.. How are you all doing?? I hope you are all doing great. As for me, I have been better mentally and physically. But I am getting there. Soon. I hope. Mental Stress it can cause a healthy person to derail their lifestyle.. Remember when I had that foot accident..?!? My… Continue reading Mental Stress
Hello, I dont know for how long I have been gone this past year but I know it is not acceptable in the blog world and personally I am ashamed as well. To start things out well I would finally like to setup a schedule so that my blogging and personal life are managed. I want… Continue reading My Fortuitous Non-Blogging Life
I wanted to review the first season of Daredevil last year but I never got round to it. I loved it so much and it had me anticipating the second season really bad. Blinded as a young boy, Matt Murdock fights injustice by day as a lawyer and by night as the Super Hero Daredevil… Continue reading [Season Talk] Daredevil Season 2
Hows it going? I was debating to have a blog name change and well, then i relaized i am okay with this one i can always change it later on. Eheh. Anyway, how has April been going so far?? I have been loving Game of Thrones and The Voice and ooooh Reign. I loved the game change… Continue reading Smothered…
Hullo, this is what has been happening in my entertainment circle. I have been marathoning Parenthood. I am on S05. I like the show cos it shows all the elements that are involved when dealing with the immediate family and the extended family. Although, i am not liking a few things such as Amber's love… Continue reading Currents
Write about what you know. This is one of the well known “rules” of fiction writing. Some writers have even taken it too far, and they only write about stuff they’ve been practically obsessing about for at least ten years.
In a way, we all write about ourselves; a part of our subconscious always resurfaces when we’re writing a story, no matter how far apart from our own lives we try to set it. Sadly, most writers try too hard not to involve their personal lives, their pasts, into the stories they’re writing.
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It’s the rare individual indeed who recollects her own potty-training. Like the trip through the birth canal (a trauma we mercifully have no conscious memories of), the agonies of learning to relieve ourselves in the toilet rather than the diaper go largely un-noted when we re-tell the days of our lives. Sadly, this isn’t true of our mothers, who must find it enormously therapeutic to regale friends at large dinner parties about the frustrations and messes and indignities they themselves suffered while their little ones transitioned from Pampers to big girl panties. It might have something to do with having endured the traumas of actually owning the birth canal that those babies passed through, now I think of it. I, myself, may or may not have found it necessary to shock and awe my own cadre of friend-moms with my tales of woe in which twin boys scoffed at the promise…
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Acting more lazy
My nephew is two days older than me. Hahah. No, he is not. But he has his birthday two days before me. I wanted to post this cos I am going to be twenty-four this Sunday and my nephew turned four today. I am getting old and I want to go back to those days… Continue reading The Child Inside