Grateful: Octobre 2017

Grateful: Octobre 2017

Today I am grateful for competent people. Thank you. Today I am grateful for full disclosures. Thank you. Today I am grateful for mutual respect. Thank you. Today I am grateful for not being paranoid. Thank you. Today I am grateful for fast vegan food. Thank you. Today I am grateful for spiritual friends. Thank [...]

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Being Vegan

Being Vegan

Hi my name is Priscilla & I was raised in the South of Texas where family members would hunt for fun & if you had too much green colored food on your plate people thought you were dieting or had cancer. I've been a vegatarian for 8 years

Synesthesia Interview

I was recently interviewed by James Wannerton, who has participated in this documentary, as well as numerous studies about Synesthesia. I found his website when I was researching more about Synesthesia last year, and contacted him so that I could get more information on our condition. It took me many months to answer these questions [...]

You Make My Kokoro Go Doki Doki

EDIT: This is one of those drafts that I was telling you about in one of my previous posts... oopsies~ ----- Yo~ I've been stressed out lately because of finals so I spent some time in my comfort zone. Which I've found to be overwhelmingly Japanese ( ^3^)/ This kind of relates to my Ether [...]

2012 in review – Generated by Wordpress.com

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 3,700 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 6 years to get [...]

Why I’m Addicted to Working Out

Whenever I tell anyone that I get addicted to working out they usually reply with "How can anyone be addicted to working out!?" or "I wish that I could get addicted to working out too!" My addiction started in junior high. I was in athletics in the 7th and 8th grade because my mom wanted [...]

Freshman College Life: From a Small Town to a Big City

Ever since I was born I grew up in a small country town in the South that I absolutely hated. The people there were too simple (ie. if you were anything other than white, mexican, or Chinese you were made fun of twice as bad), they were too rowdy (ie. breaking glass bottles in the [...]