Scare the Hell Out Of Me

We all have fears, but everybody would rather we talk about phobias. Sure, I guess it’s fun to hear people bond over how much clowns and spiders terrify them; I would definitely consider that a lighthearted conversation. And I think that might be why talking about our irrational fears happens more often than bringing up […]

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I Am

I am ashamed of a whole lot of white people right now. They’ve always thought they were superior to everyone else, but this is just getting ridiculous. I seriously cannot deal with all this hate in the world. I am not really sure why I’ve been told a lot lately that I need to get […]

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100

Hey guys! I just realized that my last entry was my 100th post—that’s pretty exciting! I’m not really sure if that’s a thing people celebrate, but let me just use this moment to thank everyone who takes their time to read my content.

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At Night

It is no secret that the Sun and I have a love/hate relationship. The Sun is bright, loud and playful—which is everything I usually am not. I am a Moon child, and I would rather live under the moonlight than the Sun’s rays.

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Hold On, Okay?

Allie used to be a hyperactive child, and her parents didn’t know how to deal with it. Dad would go to his office, and leave his wife to deal with the “colicky” child. Her mother, Nora, would sit her down on the couch, and tell her to take a moment and breathe. And like the good daughter she was, Allie would listen for as long as she could.

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Are You Seriously Reading That Again?

Well, why not? When I first got into reading, I really got into it. Depending on the length, and how much homework I had, I could read a novel in between one and three days. In a whole summer, read almost the entire teen section in my local library. Minus the manga area, because you […]

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Mirror, Mirror…

Your blog is meant to be a reflection of your brand, and mine just happens to be…myself. So I’m going to go through my blog and show you what it’s selling. Kind of.

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