Last year in October I traveled to Java, an Island in Indonesia. I traveled from the Jakarta airport to a city called Bandung. I stayed there for 10 days. I was confronted, to say the least. Bandung was a place not really that far from my home but couldn’t be more different. It is full … Continue reading Heart and Mind #taketoheart
The inspiration for this piece is from ‘She Had The World’ by Panic! At The Disco. especially these lyrics: “When I look in her eyes well I, just see the sky.” She lived in a tree. That was something peculiar. Her home was like a nook. Woven rug on the floor, faded colours. I have … Continue reading Take.
I am reading Redwall for book club which is a good reason to read books I haven’t read before! I have already read Redwall courtesy of my Mother who loves the series. I did put the effort in this month to read it again due to forgetfulness, especially for story lines. Redwall is a pretty awesome book in a … Continue reading – Redwall – Brian Jacques – Book Review
Read Yep, that is an obvious one for me to suggest, But there is nothing better to do when it’s cold. Snuggle up under a heap of blankets and read your favourite novel or one you have never read. Memorise a passage It is important for us to memorise passages from the bible so that … Continue reading What To Do In Winter.
I asked you guys a couple of weeks ago for some questions I could answer on this Q&A, and I want to thank everyone who responded. What is a book you would never want to read again? Some of the books I have had to read in my English class have been pretty bad, but … Continue reading Q & A
I am a huge fan of YA Dystopian Book Series’ such as Divergent, and Hunger Games (Just to name a few) When I discovered there was yet another book series I got very excited! Matched is the first book in a three book series. I am here to give you my honest opinion of the … Continue reading – Matched – Allie Condie – Book Review
We are nomads. We go where others dare not to go. We see things city dwellers would pay to see. We go out to where the elements are the harshest. And we survive together. I was taught from a young age from my Madji (my mother’s mother) that we can go to the Dust and … Continue reading Amari of the Nomads – Prologue