Dear Strangers of Internet, While I was trying to find something good to watch on TV tonight, a friend of mine recommended Lost in Translation. Let me tell you how glad I am to have watched this movie. Lost in Translation, directed and written by the talented Sofia Coppola, is a movie drama starring Bill … More A Sunday night with: Lost in Translation.
What We Talk About When We Talk About Love by Raymond Carver is one of my favorite endings. He was one of the many contemporary short story writers. Writing about love ain’t easy. It is complex. Yet, Carver did it. In his own way. What do we really know about love anyway ? Ask someone … More Literary Yours: What We Talk About When We Talk About Love.
Dear Strangers of Internet, Let me introduce you to a movie dear to my heart… The Matchbreaker. The Matchbreaker, a feature film from Vetter Brothers Filmworks, is a romantic comedy starring Wesley Elder, who co-wrote the movie, the talented artist Christina Grimmie, Osric Chau, Shawna Howson, Olan Rogers, and Tessa Violet (I’m sure you’ve heard … More A Sunday Night With The Matchbreaker.
Dear Strangers of Internet, Do you ever wonder about moments ? As ordinary as they can be. Each moments we experience, we can learn from. Moments like this changed the way I used to see life. So simple, yet so significant. They altered who I thought I was, who I thought I wanted to be. It … More Thoughts From A Balcony: Moments.
It started with rain. It started with rain. Nights spent listening to the thunderstorm that was keeping you awake. Mornings spent drinking coffee sitting under the safety of the porch and reading words under grey clouds. It started with things I love the most. It started and ended with an almost. But almost is never … More Hiding In My Poetry: It Started With Rain.
Dear Strangers of Internet, – Please, don’t mind my poor attempt at blogging this week. I’m simply bad at it and I’m totally fine with it, like many other aspects of my life. Or at least, I’m good at pretending I’m fine with it. – Sunday night. Christmas is coming. You know what that means … More A Sunday night with The Holiday.
Dear Strangers of Internet, (*feeling embarressed to talk about my personal experience*) Most of my life was spent thinking I would feel better once I’d move away from the city I grew up in. My hometown. Full of memories making me feel my own sorrow and despair. I always blamed this city and the people … More Mental Health Corner: The only way out is in.
Dear Strangers of Internet, Greetings from a tiny island in the middle of the ocean ! 👣 I have a confession to make (again). I’ve been neglecting my hobbies for a while. Since the start of November, I’ve decided to take a step away from the blog and everything I like to do with my … More Behind The Lens: “Mrs Sandwoman: Cold feet, Cold heart”.
Dear Strangers of Internet, Do you ever feel like the world is moving too fast ? To be honest, I do. More often than not. I feel like we forgot how to take our time. In this modern area, we don’t take time to look around us. We’re blinded by the negativity surrounding us, the … More Thoughts From A Balcony: The Simple Things…
Dear Strangers of Internet, (*throat clearing noise*) This last week has been challenging in a way. My dearest voice chose to hide somewhere and take time to heal on her own. A lot of overthinking happened and all these emotions jostling around inside left me in need of comfort. So, here I am, watching one … More A Sunday Night With Notting Hill.