Monday, October 07, 2013

Food For Thought

Something I came across and thought I'd share. Or rather remind myself :)


Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Don't Let It Wash Away Our Sanity

so you lost,

and you blame everyone but yourself.

you say your failure,

was caused by us.

how about, not.

how about,

because you are a failure,

hence you lost.

i remember growing up and being taught to take responsibilities. for all of us, we are still held for our own accounts. stop being a kid and own up. i may be able to forget the magic, but not this blame. it disgusts me. 

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

A Drop Of Entertainment

Sometimes I wonder if I've grown up too fast? Is that even a valid question I ask myself on other days. As you can see, my mind is a complete mess. Still undecided on which side of the line it wants to be.


The other day while driving back after a really long day at work, I started smiling to myself watching the raindrops on my car. Prior to that I was really pissy because I was plain exhausted. You see, when I was younger, I remember sitting in the car watching the rain drops wiggle away trying to "run away" from the wipers while my mom drove. Making a little scene ala a short disney movie about rain drops on windshields. In flight entertainment of sorts.

I used to make up noises and conversations in my head, putting voices to those raindrops. Sometimes it was a race, sometimes it was just running for safety. All in the span of 5 seconds before the wipers wiped them out. You can imagine how many re-runs there were!

I don't know why I suddenly remembered doing this, or when I stopped doing this in the process of growing up. But it calmed me and made me forget a lot of things I was worried about.

I tried to dig up my memories and think about other unusual things I had done but I could not recall. I do wonder though, do we lose a little of ourselves as we grow up? These little things that may have defined you as a kid, the same things that make adults go, " oh i remember when you were young you used to do this and that, but what happened to you now? "


Oh, must be life! That must be it. Life tamed me. It stole my innonce, ignorance and simplistic happiness and left me with "responsibility" instead. How nice :p