The Duck is Watching You

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Originally posted on This & That:
Last night, someone asked me again, “what do you fear the most?” “I’m scared of tsunamis,” I said. “I’m scared of fish,” he said. “A particular fish?”…

Is There A Right Time to Fall in Love?

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Originally posted on This & That:
Scrolling through my facebook feed, I stumbled upon this article on ArtParasites.com headlined: THE Y GENERATION CLICHÉ FEAR OF BEING IN A RELATIONSHIP IS REAL Sounds likes…

Review – What We Talk About When We Talk About Love

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I must have been a really good child this past year. My Secret Santa (well, not-so-secret-Santa as he likes to call it) bought me this book that I had been meaning to buy… Continue reading

Rant: The True Love La di da

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I am sick of this love thing. Every other person I know is declaring that they are in love. Few crazy ones are even marrying their beloved. My Facebook feed is filled with… Continue reading

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

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“People can tell you to keep your mouth shut, but that doesn’t stop you from having your own opinion.” ― Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl. A young girl goes into… Continue reading

Oh Wonder – Your Dose of Happy (Review)

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Originally posted on This & That:
We find music in so many ways. Some are handed down to us by our parents, some we find while rummaging through our great aunt’s collection. Some latch on…

No One Writes To The Colonel

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I have four and twenty hours and they are scarcely even enough. Yet, I am making a constant effort to read up in the middle of seconds, in the middle of naps, in… Continue reading

The Restaurant at the end of the Universe

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“To summarize the summary of the summary: people are a problem,”- Douglas Adams, The Restaurant at the End of the Universe. In many ways, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy confirms my suspicion… Continue reading

The Secret Garden- It is a Kind of Magic

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A friend recently said something along the lines of “Fairy tales were meant for adults, but, over time, the stories were watered-down and retold as stories for children.” I found The Secret Garden… Continue reading

Stardust – Neil Gaiman

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Originally posted on This & That:
As I marked the last lines of the book in light blue felt pen, I could not help but liken the colour of the ink to the star’s eyes.…