Anonymous asked:
Hi Luisa! :) How did you put that IG photo gallery on your blog and that social networking site icons? I love your theme. your blog in general. Ü

I’t’s a Flickr gallery, not IG because I don’t have one hihi → I asked help from Ate Kisty of kisty.net. For the icons, I downloaded it from the internet. Just message me not anonymously so I can send you the codes and the icons :-)

Someone got bored (and hungry!) and started making the phases of the moon on her Oreo cookies :-)
P.S.  This is what I did last night since the total lunar eclipse was not visible on my location :-( Hahaha! =))) Also, this was inspired by the phases of the moon Oreos on weheartit. ♥
P.P.S. The “phases of the moon” aren’t that neat because the smell of the Oreo cookie filling is sooo tempting =)))

Someone got bored (and hungry!) and started making the phases of the moon on her Oreo cookies :-)

P.S.  This is what I did last night since the total lunar eclipse was not visible on my location :-( Hahaha! =))) Also, this was inspired by the phases of the moon Oreos on weheartit. ♥

P.P.S. The “phases of the moon” aren’t that neat because the smell of the Oreo cookie filling is sooo tempting =)))

I’ve been wanting to read The Diary of a Young Girl for the longest time and now that I’ve finished it, I never imagined myself having a three-day hangover for the story. (Yup! I finished it last week but only had the courage to write or even talk about it today. Oh there are minimal spoilers on this post, by the way.) :-)
Before I started reading it, I already had expectations about how it will end. And since it was written by a thirteen year-old girl, I thought I will just be reading simple words and nothing but flowery feelings about life in times of war. Guess what? I’ve never been so wrong in my life.
Anne Frank is an impressive writer because at a young age, she managed to make me experience events without actually being present, and share her deepest feelings with me in a really moving way. To be honest, I had mixed emotions while reading each of her diary entries especially the parts wherein she dreamed to see the outside world again, go to school, have some of her stories published and the like, but you guys know what will happen soon, right? *stifles a sob*
Also, I was amazed by how she carried a positive outlook despite her hardships with her family while hiding in the “secret annexe” for two years. Imagine! Two years without even opening a window but still, the young girl managed to believe that everything will pass, and that sooner or later, their life will be back to normal. (Anne Frank, how I wish I had even just a percent or two of your strength.. and talent! Haha!)
Anyway, I don’t think I can continue writing my feelings about her diary without giving out major “spoilers” or misinterpreting her assumptions. Oh guys, if you’re still finding books to add on your Summer To-Read List, this is an inspiring and utterly life-changing one. :-)
“Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy.” ― Anne Frank

I’ve been wanting to read The Diary of a Young Girl for the longest time and now that I’ve finished it, I never imagined myself having a three-day hangover for the story. (Yup! I finished it last week but only had the courage to write or even talk about it today. Oh there are minimal spoilers on this post, by the way.) :-)

Before I started reading it, I already had expectations about how it will end. And since it was written by a thirteen year-old girl, I thought I will just be reading simple words and nothing but flowery feelings about life in times of war. Guess what? I’ve never been so wrong in my life.

Anne Frank is an impressive writer because at a young age, she managed to make me experience events without actually being present, and share her deepest feelings with me in a really moving way. To be honest, I had mixed emotions while reading each of her diary entries especially the parts wherein she dreamed to see the outside world again, go to school, have some of her stories published and the like, but you guys know what will happen soon, right? *stifles a sob*

Also, I was amazed by how she carried a positive outlook despite her hardships with her family while hiding in the “secret annexe” for two years. Imagine! Two years without even opening a window but still, the young girl managed to believe that everything will pass, and that sooner or later, their life will be back to normal. (Anne Frank, how I wish I had even just a percent or two of your strength.. and talent! Haha!)

Anyway, I don’t think I can continue writing my feelings about her diary without giving out major “spoilers” or misinterpreting her assumptions. Oh guys, if you’re still finding books to add on your Summer To-Read List, this is an inspiring and utterly life-changing one. :-)

“Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy.” ― Anne Frank

Hello everyone! I’m still alive hihi :-)
Academic-related activities have taken up majority of my time for the past few weeks so I’m really sorry for the blog hiatus. Now that school starts in August, thanks to the calendar shift, I definitely have more time for blogging.
Anyway, I still have summer classes but I’ll definitely do my best to squeeze in blog posts from time to time. Yay! :D
I hope everyone’s having an adventure-filled summer! :-)

Hello everyone! I’m still alive hihi :-)

Academic-related activities have taken up majority of my time for the past few weeks so I’m really sorry for the blog hiatus. Now that school starts in August, thanks to the calendar shift, I definitely have more time for blogging.

Anyway, I still have summer classes but I’ll definitely do my best to squeeze in blog posts from time to time. Yay! :D

I hope everyone’s having an adventure-filled summer! :-)

"What I believe is when it comes to big things in life, there are no accidents. Everything happens for a reason. You’re here for a reason — and it’s not to fail and die.” —Ransom Riggs, Hollow City

"What I believe is when it comes to big things in life, there are no accidents. Everything happens for a reason. You’re here for a reason — and it’s not to fail and die.” —Ransom Riggs, Hollow City

Hooray for today!

Today was, by far, one of the most productive days of the month. Read up to half of Fangirl (hopefully finishing it within the week), rewritten all my notes, tried lettering (a newbie at this), 75% done with my chemistry lab full report and currently making my last edits on my 10-page essay. A good way to start the week, eh? :)

Maybe there’s just something about surviving 5 long exams and 2 paper deadlines in one week (a.k.a. hell week hahaha!). 

Anyway, I hope everyone a well-spent week ahead! :)

Carpe diem.

P.S.

Some people have been asking me about what keeps me this positive. My answer? 5% of my day (I think) is composed of fantasizing about summer and THE Mafi-RIggs-Rossi book signing on April 26!!! ♥

Okay? Okay.

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover.

     — H. Jackson Brown Jr.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...