The world had never heard her name, but to the girl she meant the world. Every second of her time spent searching, negotiating, reporting to the police, as the rest of the world stood oblivious. Of coarse, her school friends knew, of her little sister who went missing. So much so, that too many people, she was just 'that girl who lost her sister,' 'poor thing, how sad.' But to the girl, it didn't matter. Her universe revolved around one thing, and the mere sound of her sister's name pulled her stronger than the sun. Yet, her orbit was always slightly off, and as she spiraled closer and closer, it seemed that she would just miss her sister by mere seconds. But what could she do?
I look forward to finishing my Primary School year. I also look forward to my birthday, Christmas and New Year, I love celebrations. I love celebrating birthdays and special occasions. I also enjoy receiving gifts, eating cake/my favourite foods and turning a year older.
I love learning, studying, homework, education. I'm a nerd who loves math, art and science. I also enjoy reading + writing. I love school a lot.I love discoveries, I want to be a scientist when I grow up.
One of my favourite hobbies is Art-collage, drawing/doodling, colouring, designing...so much more! If I were to ask my classmates "what is my strength" they'd either say "Math" or "Art". I love home, school and discovering new things...
If you think about it, telling stories is the superpower that I never knew I had. I used to paint portraits of my days with the words within my five year old vocabulary. I told of tall tales so often that it became routine. As I grew up, the power of my words appeared to be fading. No one cared about what a scared little girl had to say. Instead of using my words to paint my pictures, I used the silence in between and the colors that no longer lit up my face. I created my own universe from depression and deprivation. Years later when I finally sat down and wrote out the pain, I saw the words grow bigger than they had ever been before. I learned that my words had never been small, only the voice behind them. And my stories had never been forgotten, only failed to have been mentioned. This is where the power of my words lie; in the magic that is created when they are spoken.
The Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother, Modern Family, Friends...I love these TV shows so much! I love watching TV, as well as my computer...
My favourite TBBT character is Amy Farrah Fowler-a neurobiologist, Sheldon's Girlfriend. In HIMYM it's Lily, in MF it's Alex and in Friends it's Phoebe.
I love TBBT becaue it's funny, entertaining. TBBT's cast is perfect for the show-Johnny Galecki, Jim Parsons and Kaley Cuoco are in it.
I am actually running out of ideas for this fable...Modern Family's Alex is geeky, smart and intelligent. She's the only smart one of three children. I love MF and TBBT so much...I'm out of time
We are stepping into a new chapter. There are no clear lines. Leaves fall when they want to, as long as it is in a prescribed zone. Ode to scribe conquests. Spreading now module. It is a new direction with strangers and friends repositioning themselves on the float. It's the conductor changing the direction of the parade route. I've wrestled loose a tentacle or two and they are now making contact with new handles and are pulling on different levers. What is going to unfold? We don't know. But there is hope. All change is stuffed with creamy hope and hot anticipation. It's about aligning your gift sets with some objective will, God's will if you will. And you will. It's about working with the right corresponding pieces and avoiding ditch diggers and disillusioned nieces. It's about rhyming only when it makes sense. And about stepping through the resistance curtain with confidence and good cheer.