When I was younger, I did not know true determination. I did not dream; I only escaped reality. School was easy, but as an adult I see it may just have been because the education system is flawed in the way that it lets down both the higher and lower skilled students. In the back… Continue reading Day 319- Determination
I remember smiles with missing teeth; I remember bleeding knees and constant tears. Your laughter touched my heart and moved my soul. When you fell off the swing for the first time, my world stopped despite knowing you were going to be fine. Humans are resilient, but the way your expression changed from a smile… Continue reading Day 313- Playground
They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away, and this saying is so old we all know that it is about physical health and physical health alone. But what about emotional health? Can you eat an apple and mend your heart back together? Melissa types as the thoughts appear in her mind; she… Continue reading Day 295- Apple a Day
Standing in the middle of the sidewalk, she stared straight ahead as strangers passed right by her without a single glance of acknowledgement. Her long, dark hair flowing with the wind in a subtle way that kept her thoughts grounded. She wore a black skirt that reached her mid-thigh, a striped black and white shirt… Continue reading Day 294 – Lost in the Crowd
As I mentioned before when I first started this blog, I am terrible at keeping up with writing. I realized I started this blog when I was 23, and I am now 25. Where has the time gone? Let me inform you, I have been applying for my dream job. I was going to mention… Continue reading Update- What happened to me?
Let’s look at how complex my thoughts have been these past few days, shall we? In no specific order, here are some of my thoughts: I really need to work on my bullet journal. Wow, it’s taken me 3 days to finish this one movie. At least it’s good. I want to die. Depression is… Continue reading Depression: my own mind turned enemy.
“You, you are the worst thing that has ever happened to me.” The words had come easy to her. Things that had been embedded into her thoughts for weeks tended to come out at the worst of times. There was no remorse in her eyes, though her breathing was heavy as if she had yelled… Continue reading Writing Prompt #1