Kate Axelrod reflects on the last days of her grandmother’s life, and witnessing as her grandfather’s own decline helped him to survive losing his wife of 66 years. via The Condition that Shielded My Grandfather From Heartbreak — Longreads
-midnight thoughts. A lot of things in life mirror trajectories of romantic relationships, just that we do not realise it. Sometimes I get the yearning to Change my glasses, the ones I have worn for over 5 years, or even longer than that, not that I recall. There are cat eye glasses. Then more… Continue reading Of Glasses and Good Matches
Today what was covered in Media Culture lecture was the rise of countercultures starting from the 60s, when youths felt alienated or disenfranchised by societal norms. From what I see now the same thing is happening with gender issues and what I talked about yesterday, gender expression and what it means to me. It could… Continue reading Gender Neutral Expression as a 21st Century Counterculture
This is a spontaneous blog post of what’s going through my mind yesterday and I’m posting this at midnight in my time zone. Bear with me, if you will. Looking at my university reading, Inhabiting the contradictions: Hypersexual femininity and the culture of intoxication among young women in the UK, there are really a lot of… Continue reading Gender and Expression: What Does It Mean For Christians?
Near the start of this year, I made a new year’s resolution to start putting up my own content once weekly. It was all good for about a month until my spurt of creative writing ran out, and life threw unexpected hitches for me to deal with. In a span of six months, I have… Continue reading I Need a New Blogging Purpose
Just a little something I wrote on the fly during my Media Culuture university class last Friday. Greetings, blogosphere. I’m writing this from the environment of my media culture module class. Currently we are discussing the conundrum that women live in. ●We love in a society that is predominantly governed by men (who can name… Continue reading In-Class Quips (Media Culture)
I haven’t been on here for a while as I might’ve liked, perhaps. During the start of May I’ve been convalescing, after being hospitalized in late April for four days due to an out-of-the-blue epileptic seizure, which I haven’t had since I was 13. It was a dark Saturday night after a day of serving as… Continue reading Grand Mal Seizure Sheds New Insight on Texting and Hieroglyphics