Last year’s December caught me by surprise, and lo and behold, come January, I realized my post went on without even me sufficiently greeting my readers a Happy Christmas and a blessed New Year.
And since I don’t want to be caught unaware again, I have prepared a proper list this time.
I’m pretty sure I am not the only one who’s excited to have Christmas on Mars but I also know that it is not going to happen anytime soon. Just the idea that it is possible is enough to amuse me.
Continuing with the outer space, I love love LOOOOOOOOOOVE to channel the astronaut kid inside of me by reading articles about stars and the planets, the moons and all. Does this article bring something new to the table? If you have read so extensively about stars, no, but if you spend your time looking at them in wonder, then yes.
And that, my digital friends, is why it is easier to socialize online.
With the amount of people ready to squeeze me to death in the MRT, I couldn’t find the strength to bring a book nor even bring out my phone to read but as long as I find time, as long as I read, my world is going to be fine.
By yours truly. Though I didn’t really want to touch the Harry Potter series for review and literary criticism, I couldn’t help but let out some of the ideas buzzing inside my head when I saw the movie. You might be reading other stuff about parallelisms soon though. Lol
That’s the last list of articles for 2018. I look forward to what other articles I will be able to read–and WRITE–in 2019.