Have you ever reached a point in your life when you have to do something that’s out of the mundane for sanity’s sake? You tend to question everything but then you choose to snap out of it. It is true. The mind does have the power to change your perspective.
I’ve had several people tell me I’m being too complacent and for a moment, I thought it was a good thing. I never really understood what it meant until recently. If you ask me where my complacency comes from, here’s my answer…
Monochrome for me is a representation of opposites — black and white, happy and sad, life and death, love and hate. My theatre masks tattoo is a reminder that life is one big contradiction; a paradox meant to be lived and experienced even without you asking for it.
“What are you thinking? What are you feeling? What have we done to each other? What will we do?” — Nick Dunne (Gone Girl)
These are the random ramblings of a girl who’s been through the highest of highs and lowest of lows. She fancies Amy Dunne too much that she almost pulled off similar stunt only to end up ricochetting back towards her.
It’s been weeks since my last post and I miss this space – my own little place on the internet. I’m not used to ‘not’ blogging for long periods of time. The attrition isn’t intentional. For reasons unknown, I can’t bring myself back to the routine.
Overthinking? Yes! Here’s a random (sort of) poem I made years ago that pretty much explains my current situation. Don’t mind the wordplay, I’m all about rhymes. Heeee! 🙂
If you’re reading this post, chances are you accidentally stumbled upon this space OR you’re intrigued about the recent brouhaha I dragged myself into then allow me to pitch you in. The incident broke a few days before Christmas – “the one” became “the one that got away” in a snap as evidenced by a slew of wall posts, name-calling, and hate rages on Facebook aimed at me.