Pure Serenity

There’s prose that inspires you to act or that inspires you to think. However, not many can incite such a feeling of happiness let alone SERENITY! This post takes you on an adventure into a world of true bliss through a mere experience and it does not just simply tell you about the experience, it drowns you in the most therapeutic collection of words known to mankind. And as you’re in this never-ending ocean of great feelings, you can see all the great little pictures that she most likely took herself(aka CANDID DOG PHOTOS). And best of all, you need not be worried of running out of such marvelous content because ALL the writing on this blog is beautiful, relatable, and just overall serene~!


A picture I took on that day of my dog and the sunset. A picture I took on that day of my dog and the sunset.

I remember walking to the beach with my dog on Valentine’s Day. Because of course, she was my valentine. I sat down on the sand while the sun set and my little black dog Pepsi was running around, playing in the sand. She likes to dig in the sand and sometimes little specks of sand stick to her nose. She runs in circles, very fast circles. Sometimes I can’t even keep up with her, and she looks like a black blur. She’s deathly afraid of the water, she will not come near it without me forcing her with a leash.

I was just sitting there, looking at the sun. It slowly descended from the sky, and as it did everything got more.. yellow. The sky became tinted with a more orange color, and the rays were still…

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The Good, the Bad, the Not so Good, the Not so Bad, the Totally Neutral, the Somewhat Evil, Etc…

For a short period of time, I tried being evil. The reason being that I wanted to understand what it felt like to be the villain, who seems to have much more fun than the hero, aka the nice guy who seems to have everything and everyone he loves taken away from. It was…a difficult process. I feigned ignorance to avoid helping someone with their homework, I ignored my ‘friend’s’ need for assistance, I pretended not to see someone I didn’t like, and so on. It felt pretty good.

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Food Sundays (Fridays): Week 1

Food Fridays (Sunday) (not this one… I was late 2 days, the next one will be on Friday) is where I tell you about all the foods that I get to experience throughout the week. This week I’ve been eating a lot of frozen stuff.

I went to eat at Souplantation last Saturday and you can’t leave without eating ice cream. It’s like going to a KBBQ place and not getting any of their ice cream or candy they give you at the end. Some of the food here is either too strong or to weak in taste. But I would still go there for the baked potato.

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It Only Takes One Episode To Crush Someone’s Heart

241 episodes and only 1 episode was needed to crush every person’s heart.

When I pressed on that little tablet screen to open Netflix and scrolled down to a specific TV show, “Grey’s Anatomy.” I knew this is probably going to my favorite TV show. I watched as many episodes as I could in one day, only to watch more the next. I still remember the first episode (I may have watched it 5x or more) where Meredith and Derek woke up to each other. I still remember when Derek sat outside the trauma room waiting for Meredith to come back to life. (3×15/16) I still remember how I just fell in love with the relationship that Meredith had with Derek.


But, happiness comes with a price…


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Everyone has a Story— and Mine is the Most Important One(to me.)


n.the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own—populated with their own ambitions, friends, routines, worries and inherited craziness—an epic story that continues invisibly around you like an anthill sprawling deep underground, with elaborate passageways to thousands of other lives that you’ll never know existed, in which you might appear only once, as an extra sipping coffee in the background, as a blur of traffic passing on the highway, as a lighted window at dusk.

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First Experiences: Pain(ting) + String Art

Instead of New Year resolutions, I had Spring Break resolutions. A super short list—actually only two things—that I had wanted to try over the week. I absolutely love digital art but not knowing anything about hands-on art could be problematic. I also wanted to try something new and maybe learn something from that experience to help me with design.

Pain(ting) was a wild experience from the beginning to the end. I bought a cheap five dollar set of acrylic paint from Michael’s, borrowed a few brushes from my friend, and sketched an outline on the canvas. As I was setting up the paints, I slowly realized that I was actually going to paint. This was going to be a work of art. Maybe.

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Patience, My Dear


For most of our short lives on this beautiful earth, we are waiting for something. Waiting in line for movie tickets, AP test scores, that one cute person from second period to reply, etc. You’d think after knowing that waiting is such an important element of life, people would be more patient. That’s not true at all.

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