The first time I wasn’t happy with drawing

On January 2017, I decided to become a freelance artist; I was able to work with good clients during the first quarter of the year. By the half of the year, I decided to start writing a book I've planned in my head. In September 2017, I published my first ever e-book called Seedlings: A… Continue reading The first time I wasn’t happy with drawing

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The red-headed girl amidst the green

L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables went to me at a most opportune time, for I read and finished Anne Shirley's story of growing up and learning, while I was (still am) gradually transitioning towards womanhood. I am 25 years old, yet I still do believe I am childish at times. My childishness can weigh… Continue reading The red-headed girl amidst the green

A red car through red sandstone outcrops

A red car drives through the freeway towards the red sandstone outcrops of Valley of Fire. The Lumineers' Cleopatra album is on for the whole trip. My friend said that she had the playlist for over a year; I said I did not mind, because I liked the band too. I find traveling more fun… Continue reading A red car through red sandstone outcrops

Waiting for an eclipse on a mountain park

It was the 21st of August, 2017. It was overcast the moment I opened my eyes and gazed at the window. The sky and possibility of rain in the Las Vegas Valley tempted me to stay longer in bed and sleep, but I decided to get up instead. My cousin Jango stood there in the… Continue reading Waiting for an eclipse on a mountain park

Silence that can be heard

Our car fled up the mountain roads with the front windows and one back window open. My cousin did say that it would be cooler up in Spring Mountains (Mt. Charleston) - around 70 degrees. Truly, it was colder compared to the temperature in the flat lands. When one is out in the sun in… Continue reading Silence that can be heard