Friendship is Lit

Friendship is the only true love I really know in life. I don't know how it feels like to be in love or to have that similarity with someone on an intimate level. Sure, I had experiences but nothing has come close to the kind of love that I have from friendships. Men come and… Continue reading Friendship is Lit

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Miracle behind Charlotte’s Web

DISCLAIMER: This post is dedicated to a classroom of students that I read for during my VIP (volunteer hours) at a local elementary school today. The lesson I learned from Mrs. Arable is a priceless lesson for students to learn to become open-minded and understanding about things they do not know. It's imperative for today's… Continue reading Miracle behind Charlotte’s Web

Wanderlust Poem Explanation

Is your eyes in a constant state of wandering through travel magazines and your heart lusting for that next dream vacation? The feeling to get away and be in a different world from your own seems enchanting and mystical. I constantly hoard free travel magazines and advertisements promising luxurious and exotic for prices that will… Continue reading Wanderlust Poem Explanation

Realize How Anxiety Works

Do you know how anxiety feels like? Or, is it just an excuse that people use to avoid getting a job, going out with friends, arriving late, or not answering the phone? Whatever your opinion is on depression and anxiety, it's important to talk about it. Even if you haven't experienced extreme anxiety, at least… Continue reading Realize How Anxiety Works

Heavenly (written 5 years ago)

Angel, Angel, Angel, can you hear my faint whisper? My worldly words never seem to reach you beyond the heavens. I can still feel your lingering kiss upon my lips… And the careful caresses of your holy hands… There is truthfully emptiness without your perfect presence… I need you here to ease my sorrowful soul!… Continue reading Heavenly (written 5 years ago)

The One Teacher Who Can Change a Life

OC Essay Assignment I suppose it can be considered a coincidence or a simple drawing of fate that I wounded up living next to my neighbor, Denia. Even as a child, I remember her peering out from her kitchen window to see what kind of crazy adventure I was up to with my pink bike… Continue reading The One Teacher Who Can Change a Life