Today’s one-word prompt I’ve always liked the idea of being a fan of something. To me, being a fan of a book or a TV show or a video game isn’t just about liking said piece of media, nor is it just about a sense of belonging within a community of like-minded (to an extent) fans. It’s also about the affirmation of my own feelings. … Continue reading Fictional characters are just like us, they also buy cereal at the supermarket!
Today’s one-word prompt Today’s word prompt seemed challenging to me. It still is. The word “toxic” carries poignant weight in my life; not just mine, most people would have something to say about toxicity. Obviously, I’m not referring to the literal meaning; otherwise I might just get away with writing a blog post about chemistry and be over with this. Something about mercury maybe. I … Continue reading How can I write about toxicity without talking about it?
The one-word prompt in question Frantic: Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt. I haven’t partaken in these daily prompts in a long time. Possibly years? Perhaps centuries? Who knows. Not me. I think frantic is one of the few qualities that I could say with confidence can be used to describe the opposite of what I usually am. I dislike being … Continue reading Daily Post – March 29th 2018
These are but a fraction of the things I miss about you. Continue reading My grandfathers / Mes grands-pères
To comment on the above photo, I tried racking my brain to summon just one word, and use that word to describe the photo. The first word I came up with is “disappointment”. Really, it’s a cold day, little Susie is all psyched to see the elephants she clearly is a big fan of. She’s got her elephant ready, her jacket to fight off the … Continue reading Disappointment
*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, I haven’t written anything in here for a while, and I read somewhere that making lists is a good start to start a blog post. Nothing to write? Just go full BuzzFeed and compile a stupid list of relatable situations or events followed by some gif from Mean Girls, and people go like “OMG, number 17 is totally me.” Am I implying my list will … Continue reading 12 things that make my day