We believe there are things that are possible and things that are not, actions...– The Many Deaths of the Firefly Brothers, Thomas Mullen (via express-media)
[[MORE]] The future still makes my head spin but I’ve decided on a few things: A) Smile, laugh and talk more. Try to be a little more approachable rather than jaded in the uni classroom. B) Just focus on this semester. C) Find what I really enjoy in life. Even if its just a hobby. Putting too much pressure on myself has two reactions: a) panic & disillusionment b) attacking the problem...
sjaejones: marsboss: Recordings by NASA, they...
Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.– Neale Donald Walsch (via -love-is-the-new-black-)
I feel like I’m going around the same circles in my head lately. Maybe it’s the lack of sleep. I need to workshop a story tomorrow but I’m not happy with it yet and I still need to finish it (le sigh). I’m having trouble focusing on things lately. I don’t know, maybe if I can get through this week, this mood will leave.
Retrospective Stars in the Sky
Globular Cluster Omega Centauri This cluster contains some of the oldest stars in the Universe. This is the exact image I saw through a telescope when my friend and I visited the observatory. Our guide told us that clusters don’t usually have Greek names but this cluster was mistaken for one star in ancient times when it fact it was made up of millions of them. NGC4755 cluster...
Book Blog Meme on the Tumblr..
My procrastination skills are ace. I came across this meme over at Nafiza’s book blog. 1) What do you like to do besides read/blog? [[MORE]] Um, other social media sites? Lol. I also write down fragments until they bother me so much that I write a story. I stream a few television shows, for example, I love Sherlock. I also randomly make origami jewelry. 2) Print or e-book? Any particular...
While the ruler of the ancient city of Ombria lay dying, his mistress frozen out...– Ombria in Shadow by Patricia A. McKillip
Nothing calms me more than a good poem.
What we choose to collect and show may have neither universal nor permanent...– Weil, 1995.
If that is so, then we must also remember that stories always leave things out,...– Weil, 1995, Speaking about museums: A meditation on language.
The problem, often not discovered until late in life, is that when you look for...– Neil deGrasse Tyson (via willswire)