Life has not been perfect for me and never will it be. And what the hell, was it ever perfect and whose life was ever perfect, anyway?
As my high school teacher once said... Why problem a problem that has no solution? And why problem a problem that has a solution?
Does all the computer knowledge that I have accumulated in these past few years worth more than the things that the people of my age are expected to be doing?
They are my family not on the grounds that we are bound by something as unintentional as blood, but because of something substantially more grounded called choice.
When I tell you "I love you", I want it to mean more than anyone else in the whole world says it... I want it
I'm good in denying at obvious things; while most people are good at believing in my lies. What a pity. How I really wish to
I know you've been suffering from cancer more than anyone can percieve and I also know that you've been a fighter ever since. Fighter as steel, you have tried to live your life as if cancer was just a needle prick.
Death—At some point of all these days, were all gonna die. It may not happen now, but it can happen tomorrow, maybe a week
To quote Katrina Vidal's post: Perks of having a grade school teacher as an advicer adviser 😂 manganta tag row your boat, head shoulder knees and
IntroductionYou might say becoming a computer literate person is a gift. But, there's so much thing you don't know about it. Just like spiderman's famous