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A Happy Face

Friday, March 9th, 2012:

When I was in 3rd year high school my classmate Josephine oddly told me “You always have a happy face; I hardly see you sad or worried; maybe only when minor things happen like when you lose your pen or something.” By then I realized that perhaps I am a happy person; and it’s a good feeling that others see and feel that radiance in me. I also remember what quotation I always write on the line “favorite motto” in my classmates’ slumbook: “A smile is a curve line that sets things straight.” Indeed, I considered that my life’s motto for so many years. […] Read More →

Exclamation Points

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012:

Exclamation Points Exclamation points could convey a variety of feelings — surprise, alarm, scare, shock, disbelief, disappointment, happiness, anger, excitement, relief, comfort, resistance, strength, exhaustion, grief, amazement, joy, pain, frustration and a whole lot more. I have experienced tons of exclamation points in my life which had different or mixed meanings. Some are undesirable; fortunately, most are pleasant. I’ll start with the time my boyfriend (now my husband) popped the question. He took me to a restaurant called 1918 Grill.  At the middle of our meal, he told me he has something for me in his bag yet he was […] Read More →

Challenges of a Writer

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012:

Challenges of a Writer Like in any other fields, there are challenges of a writer as well. If an endeavor is not taken with a challenge or simply done with pure ease, it will be less than fulfilling. One should one way or another, shed sweat and tears in order to feel the genuine essence of achievement. 1. The Topic. The first challenge a writer must face is the topic itself, specially if it is an assigned topic in school or at work. If you fail in surmounting this first challenge, these is no way you will finish your story […] Read More →

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