Challenge 17: “Write a poem re-telling a family anecdote that has stuck with you over time.” To the sea To set the scene: The train left the station. On August 9th, 7 pm, as every year. Our family in one compartment with triple bunk beds. … Continue reading Day 17: Family
April is half done! This means only 15 more poems. I admit: as much as it’s liberating, it’s forced even more. So much like school. Challenge 15: They suggest “writing a poem in which a villain faces an unfortunate situation, and is revealed to be … Continue reading Day 15: Half way!
Today, a bit of anniversary and dream interpretation. A good-enough novel violently written now is better than a perfect novel meticulously written never. —Elizabeth Gilbert (quotation reblogged from raynotbradbury) That’s why I’m writing mine, on the inside, by living, for the fifth year. I arrived in … Continue reading Day 14: Follow your dreams
My laptop compiled a gallery of smiling images, including the ones below, on its own accord. I have a feeling that it checks out the weekly WPC theme on its own without me. Obviously it has realised that I need a kick in the butt … Continue reading Day ten & WPC: Miles of smiles
On this day four years ago I decided to break the silence and start my first blog. I have filled two blogs since (here and here), this is my third, and I haven’t regretted it for a minute. That first post four years ago was … Continue reading 4th blogoversary of Mexi Movie
Before we sink too deep into March, here is last year’s in proverbial twelve pictures for my Calendar 2017 in the making. It was not spent far away from home, just as February wasn’t. (Whereas January was all over the place.) But I don’t need … Continue reading March 2017
For my friend’s birthday, memories of Croatian island Krk where she hosted us three years ago. Today celebrates my friend who I know since birth. Our parents were good friends and we had no choice but to go through early life together. Especially good times … Continue reading Happy birthday, dear Nicky!