17 Things I Know At 17

Nowadays teens at 17 are much wiser. And this is due to our various experiences or scenes we have witnessed. Doesn’t mean that our life was full of epiphanies. We learn with our mistakes, we learn how to heal after being hurt…
Anyway, this is an inspiring list – a must-read!!

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  1. What made you happy once, might not make you happy now.
  2. Everyone knows they’re going to die, but nobody believes it.
  3. To succeed, you must also know how to fail.
  4. Don’t believe everything you see, sometimes believe what you feel.
  5. ‘Sorry’ doesn’t mean it’s going to be okay, giving up, beginning or the end – it’s more than that.
  6. Destiny happens by means of your choices, not chances.
  7. The best things in life are worth experiencing with closed eyes.
  8. You don’t have to fit in, build your own stage instead.
  9. Instincts. Hold on to them.
  10. Not everyone you love has to stick around.
  11. People change. It’s a sad fact.
  12. Pretending it’s okay, doesn’t make the problem go away.
  13. There are some walks you have to take alone.
  14. Don’t let go too soon, but don’t hang on too long.*
  15. Something still exists as long as there’s someone to remember it.*
  16. Happiness is…

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It’s plain wrong. Oh..and unfair too! (Bullying at school)

INJUSTICE! I’m so disappointed with their behaviour….

The Diary Of Lex Keridwen

This week was all wrong. It broke and redefined all the conceptions I had of my school but unfortunately the conclusions were scary and revolting. Our school is considered an ‘elite’ high school which only brilliant girls attend but sadly intelligence doesn’t always rhyme with good conduct or nice manners…

Bullying is the act of intimidating a weaker person. Bullying is being noisily domineering. Bullying is aggressive behavior, with negative intent, directed from one person to another where there is a power imbalance. Bullying is similar to a hate crime. But most importantly, bullying is wrong! Everywhere these can be read, be it on the net or in brochures, and all promote ‘reporting bullying’, ‘standing up’ and ‘speaking out’. They say stuff like ‘Kids must be able to safely report incidents of bullying, knowing when to report, how to report, and where to report. Students must know that they will be heard and that you will…

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Winner of the Photo Caption Contest

Omg I can’t believe it… 😀

Creative Dreamers

First off, I just want to thank everyone who took the time to participate in my photo caption contest. Some of the caption ideas each of you came up with where really inventive and showcase just how talented all of you are.

With that being said, there can be only one winner and chosing that winner was anything but easy.

The winner is:

evilnymphstuff

Winning caption:

“Cuteness of a Sad Carnival” (Photo 3) which can be seen here:

Photo Caption Contest (Part 3)

Congrats!

Please send a message to trcapromo@gmail.com to claim your prizes.

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Submission #26 – Create A World Writing Contest

This is my piece of writing for the contest 🙂 I hope you enjoy it! And please, feel free to participate – there’s still time! Let the aspiring writer burst out from deep within you…

Legendary Post

Chaos is a Child

by An Evil Nymph

 

I was blind.

At least, that’s what they all thought.

When I was born, the horrified cry of my mother greeted me before I could even taste human air. My father was yelling at the nurses.

“Get it out! At once!”

I never saw them again.

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Photo Caption Contest (Part 5)

What does this photo evoke in you?? 🙂 Not participating? You definitely should – especially for young aspiring photographers! Time is running out so be quick!

Creative Dreamers

The caption must be 5 words or less. You will need to:

1. Leave your caption as a comment on the post.

2. Like the post.

3. Reblog the post.

Captions will be judged and the one deemed the most creative and interesting will be declared the winning entry.

SPONSOR:

Three Rivers Creative Arts – Among Pittsburgh’s top writers for hire.

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Photo Caption Contest (Part 4)

The contest is still on!

Creative Dreamers

The caption must be 5 words or less. You will need to:

1. Leave your caption as a comment on the post.

2. Like the post.

3. Reblog the post.

Captions will be judged and the one deemed the most creative and interesting will be declared the winning entry.

SPONSOR:

The official author website of Jason Greiner, author of two poetry books and one photography how-to.

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Photo Caption Contest (Part 3)

The 3rd photo of the challenge I’m taking part in! 🙂 Join me!

Creative Dreamers

The caption must be 5 words or less. You will need to:

1. Leave your caption as a comment on the post.

2. Like the post.

3. Reblog the post.

Captions will be judged and the one deemed the most creative and interesting will be declared the winning entry.

SPONSOR:

Twisted Angels alternative modeling community – featuring emo, punk and goth pics.

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