As I continue to journey through life, no matter how much practice I’ve had from countless yesterdays, I still find myself lost. If it’s inevitable, I don’t know for sure. Uncertain and naive, I imagine a straight road to my destination. I stop dead in my tracks and gaze on the path ahead. Alas, not…… Continue reading Crossroads, or something like that
The truth was out there long before we recognized it. I’ve been familiar with it for years but when I come face to face with it, I remain awed. Indeed, the mind is a powerful thing. All I need to be free from daydreams—for the sake of my life—is to stare reality in the face…… Continue reading Daydreams and Illusions – #NaNoWrimo #100DayBook #amwriting
Learning Spanish is quite fun for me. While most of the phrases and sentences don’t make sense to me as I don’t know when I would use them, there are those a few sentences that do (even if I can’t quite see yet when I might need to say them). Even better are those that…… Continue reading Learning Spanish
To care or not to care? I took one of those Facebook quizzes. Apparently, I am the caregiver! I am the “mother figure: the selfless caregiver and helper”. Me? Caregiver? Never! Back in the good ol’ days, the quiz’s result wouldn’t have been so incredulous as I was naive and gullible. I was even a…… Continue reading Do I care?
Sometimes, it really is fine to let life get to me. Then, just let it be. It is okay to allow frustration and anxiety to overwhelm my entire being. It is all right to feel my brain on the brink of explosion… that it can no longer organize information for others (so they may just…… Continue reading Finding Joy II: On the edge of sanity
This is going to be my first post on ‘Finding Joy’, thus the “I”. Bearing in mind that “life happens”, writing my ‘Finding Joy’ posts in parts would work best. It would take me forever to publish if I were to write one long post. “Shorts” is a darned good idea. Thanks to Dr Martina…… Continue reading Finding Joy I
Tuesday (yesterday) started off with me doing an event costing from home. Therefore, I didn’t have to drive to work during rush hours, which makes a great morning. It didn’t matter that the area where we live still had no water. (I won’t say since when because then I’ll have to answer the question about…… Continue reading Life today