Wednesday, November 9, 2011


So Far I’ve Been Feeling:
(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
Main Priorities: 
1) starting my politics essay
2) blogging until I feel better!
Listening to: M a k e  m e  f e e l by Cobra Starship
There are very few things in this world that I actually "hate". The feelings that are associated with this word more often than not lead to close-mindedness and misunderstandings. Typically, I try to reserve judgment until I can understand the subject matter more clearly, and even then I try to remain open-minded and unbiased.

HOWEVER. There are AT LEAST five things that I cannot understand and refuse to accept, among them:

1)       leggings worn with just a shirt over
2)       Twilight – I’ve never understood anyone’s fascination with Robert Pattinson or Kirsten stewart...
3)       corporations
4)      animal cruelty and child abuse

I know, I know.

"Everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion"


The right to your own opinion doesn't give you the right to be a cracknob who attacks everyone with a different opinion!!!

Just today, some random women I’d met for THE FIRST TIME chewed me out for ducking out early of a youth group meeting, being a bad example to my younger sisters and being inefficient when it came to picking up them up, ALL THE WHILE telling me that she’d see me at my house the following week!!

I try not to get angry. I mean, I’m an anemic, asthmatic, chronically depressed, low income, full-time student insomniac - I reeeaaaally don’t need the added stress. BUT OMG.


GAH. I will try to understand where she was coming from. I mean, it IS rude to leave a meeting early….I guess….


Something must be said about her timing and choice of words!! There is a time and place for everything!


For one thing, there goes MY first impression of her! For another, I’m often than not the one ENCOURAGING my younger sisters to be friendly and sociable!! They don’t even LIKE youth group! They’re anti-social and reclusive, gosh darnit!! she doesn't even know  me!!

UGH. I promise I will try to forget this. I really don’t know her well enough to judge her...and she made some valid points. //GRUMBLEGRUMBLEMUTTER//

I guess what she said struck closer to home than I would have liked. Still….

Has a similar thing ever happened to you, dear reader? Have you ever felt attacked when you were simply in the wrong place at wrong time, or just expressing an opinion or idea?


Happy reading guys
& good luck out therE....

 ┬──┬ ノ( ゜-゜ノ)

Saturday, September 10, 2011

One s k y, one d e s t i n y . . .

So Far I’ve Been Feeling:
Main Priorities: finishing my politics paper
Listening to: M r . S i m p l e  by  슈퍼주니어
Craving: a hug from sora-kun

My friends and I Kingdom Hearts.

Besides being an awesome game with amazing graphics and an epic storyline,
we all kinda feel like the kids in the game.

Sora, Kairi and Riku live on Destiny Islands.

They want to leave the island and explore the worlds that they know are out there.
Pretty soon, they are swept up in an adventure against the darkness and the  h e a r t less.
Although best friends, Sora and Riku disagree on the best way to help their friend Kairi,
who has lost her  h e a r t, and each follows his own  h e a r t  in hopes that he will be able to save her. 

 Sora trusts in justice and friendship, opting for the light with hopes it will save everyone he cares about, while Riku chooses to follow the path of darkness, concluding that darkness can reach farther than light ever will.

In the end, Sora is able to save Kairi and restore peace to the worlds, while Riku sacrifices himself to help Sora, realizing that although "the  h e a r t  may be weak, and sometimes it may even give up, deep down there is a light that never goes out."

When my friends and I graduated, we all started going to the beach together during our free periods.

There's this one spot near our houses where a rock formation is and a giant log rests there, on top of the rocks. Being there, eating ice cream, talking about our hopes and dreams, laughing and joking around, it feels like we're in Kingdom Hearts.

I can't count the times we've all wished aloud we could have our own adventures. Sometimes, there's an ache, you know? Just wanting to leave the world you know behind and find something better.

And yet.

 I've played all the games in the series. I know how it ends.

I'd be right back where I started.


Do you ever feel like this? Do you have ever just want to start your own adventure?

I wonder. If there are more worlds out there, why did we end up on this one? And why us?

Happy gaming, guys.

o1:38 @m, local time

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

I admit it.

I want to win that contest.

But hey. It's a great series and she's one of my favorite authors.

Anything to get a copy of this book when I'm a college student and broke.

l o v e  that transcends time, death and spans 2, o o o lifetimes.

Oh, yeaaah. <3

BTW, hit up Kirsten at HER blog,

You will not regret it, unless you're one of us fans of KIKI STRIKE, currently pulling out their hair and waiting for the release of the Darkness Dwellers....

(We've been waiting for aaaaaages. But, happily, they're in college as well! Thanks, Kirsten! ;])


Kiki Strike & The Eternal Ones are extremely addicting. You will find yourself unable to put the books down, and spend every moment trolling on her blog for updates.

If you're also a Kirsten Miller fan, here's the link for the contest:

h a p p y   r e a d i n g,  g u y s ! ! !

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Under The Benign Sky

"I lingered around them, under the benign sky;
watched the moths fluttering among the heath and hare-bells;
listened to the soft wind breathing through the grass;
and wondered how anyone could ever imagine unquiet slumbers,
for the sleepers in that quiet earth. "
- Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights


It's a really nice day today.
The sun is shining.
The birds are chirping.
 And there's not a cloud in the sky.

It's funny how the weather can influence the way we think.

I believe that the sky is just a mirror for our emotions,
a metaphor for the human spirit.

If it's a nice day out,
most people chose to be optimistic.
That must explain all the smiling people I keep seeing.

What say you?
Do you think nice weather makes for nicer people?