Wednesday Thoughts

This month has brought a lot of inactivity on the reading/writing front. Most of it has been due to health issues, and feeling stressed out from said problems. Planning a wedding has also brought its share of uncertainty, due to a dear family member (who is in the bridal party) neglecting her responsibility. Since IContinue reading “Wednesday Thoughts”

February 6, 2018: Reading Update

I’m about 70% through with ‘The Oyster Thief’. I enjoy this underwater tale, and the world building within ocean territory is stunning. I am finding the story to be a bit traditional , the dialogue between the main character and her family a bit traditional in the modest sense. I’m eager to see how thisContinue reading “February 6, 2018: Reading Update”

January 2, 2018: Reading ‘One Day in December’

I’m slowly making my way through ‘One Day in December’. As endearing as the love story aspect is between Laurie and Jack, I’m having a rough time getting through the story. I do want to finish the book though, tired expressions and all. I’m hoping to finish the book by the weekend.

December 26, 2018: Growing Up/Coordinating

The free time passes by so quickly! It seemed like Friday was only a few hours ago, and now I’m up at 5am once more, readying myself for work. I did have a relaxing time with relatives and reading. Ana is growing so quickly! She’s even talking more clearly, the ‘child-like’ sound of her speechContinue reading “December 26, 2018: Growing Up/Coordinating”

December 19, 2018: Twelve Days Left/NY Mets Changes

It’s amazing that 2018 is coming to a close soon! The year has flown by quickly. I began the year in a period of uncertainty, and it’s ending with a (somewhat) clear goal. I’m definitely going to reflect on this further. I’m not going to write about my year just yet…there are 12 days leftContinue reading “December 19, 2018: Twelve Days Left/NY Mets Changes”

December 12, 2018: Two Months Apart

Last night I spoke to my best friend from Puerto Rico. We shared about how the life paths my cousin and her niece have taken, who were born two months apart, are very different. It’s been 13 years since I last saw her niece, and she’s made a successful life for herself. Had my cousinContinue reading “December 12, 2018: Two Months Apart”

December 5, 2018: CPR Cards

For some reason, my CPR card at work will not appear in my email! It’s been two weeks since I’ve taken the course, and I still haven’t received the email that holds the card digitally. I’ve checked every folder in my email, even the Spam folder, but no luck. I even checked the email handleContinue reading “December 5, 2018: CPR Cards”

November 28, 2018: NaNoWriMo/Family

Only a couple more days for NaNoWriMo. The toughest part of finishing up a writing project is finding a conclusion. I’m just about at that point. I’m still making good time, but it’s a bit tricky. Good thing that it’s just a draft. I would love to be done and over with though! I finallyContinue reading “November 28, 2018: NaNoWriMo/Family”

November 21, 2018: NaNoWriMo progress, and Thanksgiving

It’s the final third of NaNoWriMo. I’m really excited about that. I’ve been doing my best in writing every day. It will be fun to finally upload my whole draft onto the site. I’ll just need to move a couple things around before submitting it. Hopefully it won’t require a million hoops to validate it.Continue reading “November 21, 2018: NaNoWriMo progress, and Thanksgiving”

November 14, 2018: NaNoWriMo progress

One thing that I’m relieved about with my NaNoWriMo progress is that I’m more relaxed about writing ‘a draft’ as oppised to a finished product. I usually get so consumed with everything looking perfect, but working on draft only requires that you put the thread of your ideas down on paper. Granted, you do needContinue reading “November 14, 2018: NaNoWriMo progress”