Wednesday, January 30, 2008
The sun slowly approached the sky,peeking over the horizon, shy at first,but quickly learning to blaze brightly. The wind played with my hair,curling and twisting it in the air,
moving just the way my body had been moving
only a few hours prior.
Another night has come and gone,slipped out of grasp the way smooth brown beer bottles slip out of drunken fingers – loud and obvious but still barely noticeable all the same.Bed is calling my name.Let the sun blaze away, shine in the spotlightwhile I rest my weary head;everybody needs a break once in a while.
© Copyright Clueless Cat @ http://twentysomethingandclueless.blogspot.com 2008
Words: approach, bottle, smooth
**Title still tentative
Labels: 3WW, poem
posted by Shopgirl at 3:34 PM
Wednesday, January 23, 2008
In an attempt to keep up my poetry, I've started checking out blogs that give out prompts on a regular basis. This is my first attempt at a 3 Word Wednesday (3WW).
My breath catches, heartbeats scatterat the thought of what a far away tomorrow may bring:you and mebreathing as onescattered minds coming together...tomorrow, tomorrow.
Words: breath, scattered, tomorrow
Labels: 3WW, Colin, LDR, poem
posted by Shopgirl at 10:23 PM
Thursday, January 17, 2008
This fortnight's question at Twenty Something Bloggers: If you won the lottery, would you keep it a secret?
First of all, this is going to be hypothetical if I won the lottery right at this moment in my life. I would definitely tell my parents and sister, and probably my maternal grandma. This is so I can buy them things - specifically, I'd buy my parents a house/apartment and pay for renovations if they find a place they like other than our current apartment, so that they don't have to pay for mortgage anymore. I'd also buy my grandma her house in California so that she doesn't have to worry about that either. Then I'd take my mom and sister and grandma shopping (jewellery first, then bags, shoes, and clothes).
After that, I would fly first class to move to New York and buy an amazing apartment there overlooking Central Park, so I can continue being a poor writer but not worry about rent. With the rest of the money, I would buy my boyfriend Colin the new Macbook Air and the iMac (his desktop is literally in pieces on his bedroom floor, and his G4 is really...old. haha).
After I've done that, I'd probably just put the rest of away in savings to pay for utilities, plane tickets to visit family, and travelling. And I'd be happy.
That's all! :)
What would you do if you won the lottery?
Donna@A Glass Full of W(h)ine
Labels: 20SB Debates
posted by Shopgirl at 3:35 PM
Thursday, January 3, 2008
(2nd round of questions on Twenty Something Bloggers' fortnightly debate.)
It's time for new years resolutions. What is one thing about yourself that you are definitely NOT changing?
I've had some hard times last year, in relation to family, my career (& finances), my friends, and my love life - basically all aspects of my life! (Again, quarterlife crisis, anyone??) I think the one thing about myself that I am keeping is my optimism.
I've always been quite an optimistic, happy person, and yeah ok, I wasn't so optimistic during the last quarter of the year, but seeing how everything's turned around so quickly has really brought it back to stay! Being jobless for so long, then suddenly being offered a job and then getting another interview (still haven't heard back yet, btw); being single for a year and a half, and then towards then end when I was realizing that although for the most part I didn't mind it, I was ready for a relationship again, Colin came into my life and turned it upside down and brought it right back up again, higher than I was before; even finding out who my real friends are - I have to say, everything really is ok in the end, even though this is really more the end of a beginning.
This year, I refuse to get suckered down into another "my life sucks, I'm so depressed" mode, because, as I said above, everything really does turn out fine, if not better.
If anything, I have to be an optimist now that I'm in a long distance relationship. It's going to be tough, and being depressed about it will only make it tougher. So, dear God, I will cling on to my optimism as hard as I can, because He only knows I'll really need it this year, if only to keep my relationship alive.
Other 20SB's opinions:
Very Bad Cat
Labels: 20SB Debates, LDR, quarterlife crisis
posted by Jess | the Jess Journals at 5:38 PM