Be the Change: Letter from the Editor

Today’s prompt is an interesting one because I’ve been questioning myself as to how to make EY more interesting and more appealing to readers. I wouldn’t call it a big change, but I’d like to be as consistent in posting as often as I did in the beginning. Other responsibilities got in the way and I wasn’t balancing my time right; hence, EY suffered a bit … Continue reading Be the Change: Letter from the Editor

from the tales of an unrested laptop.

I know I’m very reliable, convenient, provide you with undeniable entertainment when you’re bored and other wonderful benefits. But could you please give me a rest sometime? You’re seriously riding me day in day out. My monitor hardly gets closed, and my poor system hardly gets shutdown. I’m only looking out for your best interest when I say this. Its not entirely a rant, but … Continue reading from the tales of an unrested laptop.

Silence Please, I’m Eating!

Never really thought about this before but if a restaurant was going to name something in their menu after me, it’d be Silent but Deadly Delicious muah-haha 🙂 Seriously, who doesn’t love a good mouth watering cuisine that makes you go completely quiet just basking in its juicy and incredible taste?  My example of a Silent but Deadly Delicious meal is Rice & Peas, with … Continue reading Silence Please, I’m Eating!

Living Out of a Suitcase

Do I need a home base? Yes, definitely. But do I want to travel from place to place? Yes, definitely. What I’m trying to say–in my oh so usual complicated way–is that I love traveling and want so badly to experience different cultures around the globe, but I also want that stability and comfort of a home that I can come back to. I’m capital … Continue reading Living Out of a Suitcase

Daily Prompt: An Interview with Emily Thorne

How nice! When I saw today’s daily prompt I just had to participate. And guess who I have joining me for an interview? Emily Thorne (you know, the delightful yet often vicious young woman seeking revenge on the unknowing Graysons and their counterparts).  Me: Hello Emily, what’s on the agenda today?  Emily: Oh, you’d have to wait for the big reveal at the end. I … Continue reading Daily Prompt: An Interview with Emily Thorne

Daily Prompt: Art Appreciation…and then some!

Today’s daily post topic is about appreciating art enough to purchase it, or dismiss it due to the artist’s lifestyle and political beliefs. In my opinion, if the art looks sensible enough and I feel a strong connection to it then, I might purchase it in spite of the artist’s political views because honestly I have none. And that’s only if I can afford to … Continue reading Daily Prompt: Art Appreciation…and then some!

Daily Prompt: Stranger

Today’s daily prompt certainly didn’t get a lot of thinking out of me. Because immediately after reading the question that stranger popped right up in my head. He’s someone I’ll never forget, and no, it’s not on a level of attraction or anything like that. It’s just the way in which he reacted to my compliment: “Good job.”  Yes, that’s all I said to him. … Continue reading Daily Prompt: Stranger

Daily Prompt: Fall is definitely my favorite!

WordPress certainly knows how to get me thinking about stuff I don’t usually think about on the regular through their Daily Prompt. Today’s topic is no different. For many of us, winter is blooming into spring, or fall hardening into winter. Which season do you most look forward to? Fall. Absolutely without a doubt fall is my favorite. I hate the heat, and I don’t … Continue reading Daily Prompt: Fall is definitely my favorite!

Daily Prompt: All Grown Up!

I glimpsed today’s ‘Daily Post‘ question from WordPress and thought I’d give it a go.  When was the first time you really felt like a grown up (if ever)? I could say that I felt like a grown up when I left my parents house, traveled across the ocean, and started living on my own. I had a first hand experience of how life was … Continue reading Daily Prompt: All Grown Up!

Saranghae…tteonajima

Not exactly the usual English headline but this is a special one. The Korean words you’re breaking apart simply translate to “I love you, don’t leave…” which is the starting line in the popular song, The End is Coming, performed by the gifted South Korean trio 8eight. I’ve decided to participate in today’s Daily Post ‘This is Your Song, because this has been one of my favorites since its release.

The End is Coming is both bittersweet and beautiful all at once. The song reminds me to hold tight to love when it exists because you never know when you might lose something so precious, whether in life or death. Please take a moment to listen and feel the over-pouring emotions within the music. Continue reading “Saranghae…tteonajima”