Welcome to Hummus Island, where the chickpea sand is as white as the sand in the Bahamas! I was blessed with this beauty during an intimate meeting with a very dear girlfriend who is pretty much a sister in my heart. We went to a place called Busboys and Poets in Takoma, Maryland and it's … Continue reading Hidden Landscapes: Hummus Island
Today was one of those rainy days where I just want to stay in the whole day and snuggle under the warm blankets with a hot drink in my hand. While I was trying to get ready for the day, I just felt...lethargic. The sluggishness traveled from my head to my limbs as I dragged … Continue reading The Write Moment: Good Vibes Only
On today's post of Hidden Landscapes, I welcome you to the Purple Yam Donut Caverns. This specific cavern is one of a kind and you can only spot it at Maketto, which is one of my favorite spots to do work at or just chill with a dear friend. This is not an ordinary donut … Continue reading Hidden Landscapes: Purple Yam Donut Caverns
*You used to call me on my cellphone* [Disclaimer: This post is not about Drake or anything related to the actual song...] What happens when phone calls become obsolete? There are multiple times where I wonder why I tend to text my parents more than actually call them. The action of calling is actually … Continue reading The Write Moment: Hotline Bling
December is near We are almost in the clear Twenty-seventeen Just a quick haiku before I go to sleep! It pretty much explains my feelings at the moment whenever I think of December and the upcoming year. Boy, does time fly by fast! Stay Golden.
Hello everyone! It's obvious that I haven't been posting lately for a solid week, with an extra couple of days. Before any assumptions form, I would like to address the matters once and for all in a few points: I have not given up. I did not forget. I am not running away. These three … Continue reading The Write Moment: Progress Report + Creative Complacency
It seems that on Wednesday nights like these, I try to catch my breath because lately it just feels like I'm living on the fast lane. It's not what is going on around me and my environment, per say. It's what's going through my mind at each moment of the day whether I am sitting … Continue reading The Write Moment: Living in the Present Moment