Prompt: write a story that ages an infant into an adult in 50 words or less

Life has just begun. I am fed, cherished and pampered. I can draw farm animals, and recite the alphabet. My friends tease me about my crush, but I beat them in algebra. Some left early, some graduated with me.  They became my best men and the godfathers of my children.   Image taken from: http://www.wisdomtimes.com/blog/lifetime-of-learning-evolving-through-the-journey-of-life/ Advertisements Continue reading Prompt: write a story that ages an infant into an adult in 50 words or less

16 things I have learnt being a CMUQ student

*Cue emotional introduction with a few funny parts that make you go “aww” with a sort of nostalgic smile* 1. Free food is free food. It is never “bad” or “not worth it”. As long as it is free food you can never refuse it. Always strive for it. Never miss an opportunity, no matter what it takes. 2. People who go to events for free … Continue reading 16 things I have learnt being a CMUQ student

One Brick at a Time, Day 2, Afternoon

Day 2, Afternoon “Did you really have to follow me all the way here?” Brick’s face was as crimson red as a ripe hot chili pepper, and his constant glares left and right made him look more dubious than a prepubescent teenager in a supermarket’s magazine aisle. “Don’t worry kid. I told you, I am a manifestation of some of your deepest subconscious desires -no not those-. No one … Continue reading One Brick at a Time, Day 2, Afternoon

One Brick at a Time, Day 2, Morning

Day 2, Morning Today, Capitolville might get a little cloudier than usual. Winds are blowing, squirrels are squeaking, bus engines are humming and the stock market’s signs are mostly green today! This is Radio Tennis on 97.1 FM, bringing you only the best of the best! Today was a less exciting day for Brick. He was still feeling down because of his failed contract, and … Continue reading One Brick at a Time, Day 2, Morning