I really hate the fact that we as humans crave things. I really really do. Continue reading
Wow, thanks WordPress; hitting me with the hard stuff.
I was tempted to skip this prompt today. After all, I skip so many anyway, so might as well just keep going with this one, right? If I only picked the easy prompts to write about, though, well… nothing would actually happen. I’m just bored. Continue reading
Me? Dramatic?? Well I am simply insulted! I am perfectly capable of being mellow JUST WATCH ME. HEY LOOK HOW CALM I AM.
Alright, I’m over it. Continue reading
Although I’m fairly introverted, I’ve been told that at times I can be stubborn… I’ll thank my mother for that. I’m not stubborn about most things, but when I latch onto something, I’m like a barnacle on a beach: immobile, annoying as hell, and salty. Continue reading
Here’s a list of all of the unpredictable things in my life right now:
-pretty much everything Continue reading
I didn’t actually have that many nightmares when I was a kid (supposedly they’re the most common in 5 – 12-year-olds), mostly because I would have daymares. Side note: I just discovered that daymare is a legitimate word. Continue reading
If I could choose a superpower, it would be the ability to always be able to avoid storms. This prompt couldn’t have come at a more perfect time because I actually managed to completely avoid a huge storm today; I was so desperate to do laundry that I checked my weather app and decided to deny the fact that I saw the lightning symbol and forged ahead to my former dorm to sneak in and continue to take advantage of their free laundry machines (God bless my school for that). As I was walking, I felt a few rain drops, but not much more, so I kept on walking, thinking that perhaps the weather app was wrong yet again and that there would be no storm after all. A few minutes pass, I walk down to the laundry room, and then suddenly… BOOM. The first crash of thunder shakes the dorm building, and I can hear the attack of vicious raindrops against the thick brick walls. Continue reading