Posted in Reading Challenge

Book 2!


Hello all! I’ve finished another book off of this challenge ūüėÄ

A book that’s your favourite colour:¬†All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven (Blue)


Posted in Personal

Little Bit of sharing

So it’s probably taken me a while but I’ve realized that I no longer have friends left that I share happy things with.
Like sure I have friends I fangirl with, friends I rant to about people, friends with whom I have hot boy talks but really not a single friend I can sit down and tell about something I’m genuinely happy with in life.

So I figured, since I am this happy and I want to really tell someone about it, how about I blog about it? None of my real life friends will ever see it, so where’s the harm? Here goes then:


As a kid, my childhood revolved around two sets of friends: Friends who stayed in the same building and friends who were kids of my dad’s colleagues. The second set are the friends I was probably more happy and cheerful with. Throughout our childhood, our parents hosted dinner parties in our house and they would get together with all of my dad’s colleagues and their families. The best part about these kids was that the elder kids in all the families were my age, and the younger ones were my brother’s age.
There was this one guy, let’s call him Ray. Ray was genuinely one of my closet friends as a kid. We were the same age, we had the same kind of annoying brothers and we loved each other’s company. Out of all the dinner party invitees, Ray was definitely my favourite. Even when we were going to one of these official parties, I’d wish for Ray to be there. I think he was definitely one of my favourite people in my childhood.

But then we grew up.

After 10th grade, Ray shifted and so did our friendship. But thank god our parents still remained friends and thank god for Facebook.

Around 15 minutes ago, I met Ray. He came over to my parents house with his parents and I’m not even kidding when I say, I was so glad to meet him. He was different from the Ray I knew. Way less shy, way, way more tall, and way more cute. But we talked effortlessly. I have to say, when I meet people after a long time, I’m all weird and awkward and I don’t even bother to try. But with him I wanted to try. And this was when I’ve met him after 4 years.

So basically, all I wanted to share was that I met someone who was very close to me after a very long time and I was very, very happy to meet him.

Posted in Awards

The Versatile Blogger Award

Hello! I was nominated by the super awesome¬†Luna¬†for this award, thank you to her ūüėÄ
Go check out her amazeballs blog!


The Rules:

  1. Thank the person that nominated you and include a link to their blog.
  2. Nominate at least 15 blogs of your choice.
  3. Link your nominees and let them know of your nomination.
  4. Share 7 facts about yourself!


So here goes:

  1. I have the slowest internet connection in all of the lands!
  2. Netflix refuses to work in my house -.-
  3. I no longer have a crush on the same deadbeat boy I had a crush on earlier yayay!
  4. I start my internship next month(ugh).
  5. I LOVE baking.
  6. I would sell my soul to get clear skin.
  7. The only thing I’m certain about in life is that I’m going to grow up to be a LGBT supporter.


And here are the 15 people I’ve tagged(took me 45 mins. Legit)

  1. Yuki’s Dreams
  2. The Average Gurl
  3. Caitlin
  4. Unfashionable Cupcake
  5. Chris
  6. Ramsha
  7. Caged Mentality
  8. Emily
  9. Cupcakes
  10. So Ingenious
  11. Fangirl Fandoms
  12. Lola, Lana, Lily Blogs
  13. Shitij
  14. Mail reads
  15. Neha
Posted in Reading Challenge

2016 Reading Challenge

So I’m finally done with exams and I’ve finally started reading again yay!

I came across this reading challenge a while back, and it’s pretty great so I’ve decided to do it too. The picture below has the challenge and I found it on this great, greaaaaat blog:¬†Johnny Reads
Be sure to head over there and check it out!


Current Read: 1/20

A book by an author you¬†haven’t read before: ¬†The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman!

Posted in Harry Potter

A Lifetime Seems to have passed in Minutes.

Alan Rickman died yesterday, and for those few who probably don’t know: He played Severus Snape¬†in the Harry Potter movies, and if you didn’t know¬†Severus Snape,¬†he was one of the greatest characters that anyone ever could write up.

Alan Rickman was just 69, and when I heard about it I remembered the passing of Richard Griffiths back in 2013(and he was 65 or so).

Have we already grown up so much that we’re seeing the death of Harry Potter actors?


RIP Alan Rickman, you and the brilliant character you brought to life are always¬†and forever in out hearts ‚̧