All right, I know what you are going to tell me, it’s the second WPC post… Two WPCs in a row! Does that mean that An Evil Nymph has nothing more to post, nothing to say at all to her readers?
The thing is, I’ve busied myself a lot lately… not only through revision but through other new activities, new hobbies I have to decide whether to adopt or not… I realised that this year, the month of October has made me very frantic… unstable… So I’ve been trying to win at least one chess match against my phone (in vain), singing all over the place, watching indie singers on Youtube sing (eventually), thinking about crazy outfits by staring at my wardrobe, taking care of an alien (that’s Pou, a phone app lol don’t worry, we are not being invaded… yet), eating Smarties… and reading.
Maybe I’m doing all of this now because I know that NaNoWriMo is coming…?
Hey guys, before getting to the point of this post, I would like to tell you that your comments on my previous post Why I Believe That ‘Revision = Depression’ have helped me make my day and made me smile! Exams are currently not so easy but I’m doing my best. 🙂 I’m still a little depressed because I just fell sick, but other than that, I feel better, thank you.
This week’s photo challenge from The Daily Post is Happy. And here’s my interpretation. Enjoy!
A few days earlier, I realised that I was being too self-centred. I mainly thought of only myself, buying stuff for myself, taking care of myself… All right, I know it’s good. It’s recommended, as at least we know that we are not depressed and want to end our lives, but then, it has a purpose. Yes, being self-centred for a while actually helps us to realise one main thing:
All right, this is a shot of my most chaotic drawer. As you can see, I took it out from my desk and place it on it.
What I usually put in this drawer are various little random things… really really random things. From bits and pieces of papers to USB pendrives to paint pots… It’s the craziest drawer I have. It’s my favourite too.
Free spirit… It’s the freedom of choice. The freedom of being who you are. Because, what is more beautiful than someone standing out from the crowd? To make a difference? To break the social order and prove that… in the end, everyone is unique. No one should be deprived of his/her uniqueness.
Yesterday I attended the last day of the MUN (Model United Nations) Conference of this year – organised for students… and for us to think of a brighter future 🙂 We all sang ‘We are the world’ in the end of the closing ceremony:
Do you see how beautiful it is when all the lights are turned off except the ones on stage?