This is Day 16 of Everyday Writing. We have to take a look into our unpublished posts, Facebook statuses or tweets to find new inspiration for today. I checked my FB page and chose this post I shared in our moms group a few months ago. It's about how pride can kill a relationship. I … Continue reading Is It Too Late Now To Say Sorry?
"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known" -Astronomer Carl Sagan There are many things in life that are waiting to be discovered whether it's a talent, a dream, or a hidden treasure. That's how powerful and mysterious the universe is. Television, telephone, ferris wheel,computer and penicillin- these are just few proofs … Continue reading The Alchemist
I am on the 14th day of Eevryday Writing and this time, the task is for us to recreate a single day. I chose to write the day that changed my life. There are many days in my life that are worth sharing but the greatest is the one when I welcomed motherhood. At such … Continue reading Cheers to Mommyhood
Let go of anger Success is the best revenge Make them regret it **** Day 13 of Blogging U's Everyday Writing- Play With Word Count
I'm not really good at critiquing a piece of work. As long as I enjoyed what I ate, read and watched, I'm happy but for Day 12 of Everyday Writing, we're asked to do this. So here I am, sharing my thoughts about this book by Mitch Albom. In 2014, I faced depression. Never did … Continue reading Critique A Piece Of Work
If we were having coffee right now, I would talk about how I feel about my team being transferred to a different program. We had disputes and misunderstanding in the past. I was selfish at some point but I changed and they did, too. Just when we're becoming close again, a big change happened. I … Continue reading If We Were Having Coffee Right Now
For Day 10, we're asked to describe a scene. I wrote this minutes after I have witnessed the scene inside the train. Monday shift has just ended and I am on my way home riding a train. Luckily, it is not that crowded inside. Everyone is busy with their mobile phones. It is just an … Continue reading Let The Scene Write Itself