I hear the music in the background, as if the sound is reaching me underwater. The green on the trees, the plants, and the stems of flowers is as if a painter forgot to mix in the brown or the yellow or the blue or the orange to make it less fluorescent. The white blossoms … More White Wine Sangria on a Friday
I had opened the window on Saturday afternoon. I remember looking out, noticing how beautiful the weather was, and seeing people lounging in chairs on their patios, basking in the Autumn sunlight. Last night, however, I could not remember closing the window. I started to completely panic.
Just got back from a week-long trip to the Bay Area after 8 months of being away from the States…and everything has been upturned !!
A grown-up wish list of sorts…
This city makes me crazy.
I’ve recently had very little to write about. Usually, when I run out of food-related things, I usually turn to semi-angsty posts about friendship, love, and life. But I just haven’t felt the need to express anything through writing, which I usually use as a cathartic exercise. It’s just easier to write when you’re sad, … More It’s Easier to Write When You’re Sad
1. Kill with kindness. 2. Be positive. Things get hard but there’s no point moping around, because as much as positivity spreads, negativity does too. 3. If you want someone to do something, be nice about it. Yelling will only stress them out more, and they’ll grow to resent you. 4. Don’t do the whole … More 24 Pieces of Advice: Summer Edition