Monthly Archives: June 2016

The finish line

The finish line

27th October 2015 There’s no easy way to say this. No nice words, no embellishments to make this situation better. I’m dying and there’s nothing I can do about it. There’s no cure, no hope for me to get well, to recover and go back home to my family. I’m stuck here. I’m a prisoner in this hospital bedroom, and there’s no escape. I know that I will spend my last day in here, my last breath will disappear into

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The Writer Tag

The Writer Tag

Hello there! I was on YouTube earlier and watched Kim Chance‘s last video, “The Writer Tag”. Since I don’t do videos, I though it would be nice and different for me to try and write this tag here on my blog! So, here it is. Enjoy! 1. What do you eat or drink while writing? I usually drink tea or ginseng coffee, just a hot beverage to warm myself up (I don’t know if I’ll do the same now that it’s

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When your dad fangirls more than you do | A brief guide to how survive a modern parent

When your dad fangirls more than you do | A brief guide to how survive a modern parent

A few weeks ago, guitar in my hands, I called my dad on the phone. I was quite happy because I just rescued that old instrument from a dark and dusty cave (It was just a garage, I’m only trying to add a little mystery here) a few days before, changed the strings with brand new ones, opened YouTube and searched for “Psycho” by Muse (I want to learn it so bad!) The first part is quite easy, even for

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Brit days – Part 1

Brit days – Part 1

Everyone has its own place in the world. It doesn’t necessarily have to be where we were born, where we grew up or the stop where we get off the train every morning to go to work. Our place can be everywhere in the world, where we already are or on the other side of the planet, we just have to feel it. That’s the important thing: what we feel when we are in a certain place, that’s what we need

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