Written Language

For these past couple of months, I feel like I have been experiencing a lot of anxiety over creating the perfect image and story o go along with it. So I took a step back and went back to square one. In the process I found the joy of reading. It’s kind of embarrassing to admit that I recently picked up recreational reading this year, seeing that I want to write a book someday. But growing up, I wasn’t permitted to read anything other than my school books. In college, as an adult swamped with studying, I couldn’t find a reason to pick up reading for fun. But now since graduating, and taking a year off contemplating my next move, I’ve finally picked up a book to read. I’ve always prided myself in being a good writer, at least when it comes to first person writing, but reading books have definitely humbled me. It’s funny because I even googled, “Can I write a book without ever reading?” and there was one answer that stood out to me, “to write a book without ever reading, is like a blind person describing the world they have never seen to someone else.”

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Patience Is Also An Action

Mysteries Of The Living


This year has been tremendously hard on me, it is partly the reason why I decided to scrap my old blog and create a whole new layout, keeping the same name. There’s a lot to talk about, a lot on my mind, but today I want to discuss how I wish that I had taken a year off from school, instead of continuing.

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Balloons Billowing In The Sky


I laid my head on his shoulder, while he took the reigns of Bastian, a beast of a horse he had given to me many moons ago as a special gift and as a sole recognition of his love.  Continue reading

It’s Wicked Witchcraft

IMG_4282I could feel her eyes looking through me and it’s hard for me to look away, for her opaque grey eyes have such a magnetic hold on me.

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