Happy Birthday Nurul Farida. Thank you for being my desk mate, my listener, my advice giver and my best friends this year. I have three wishes for you on your birthday. First, I wish that this birthday teaches you something new and make you be more mature. Second, I wish that you have a birthday that you’ll forever remember it with a smile. And third, I wish that such days keep coming in a every single day 😊😘❤🎉🎂
Today is our last day of #7thingschallenge : Favorite photo of us. I chose this photo because they laughed when seeing my face. And that’s what best friends are for, to share story, laugh, smile, tears and joy together ❤👯👯
"Maybe there’s something you’re afraid to say, or someone you’re afraid to love, or somewhere you’re afraid to go. It’s gonna hurt. It’s gonna hurt because it matters."
"absence / absence
But isn’t desire always the same, whether the object is present or absent? Isn’t the object always absent? —This isn’t the same languor: there are two words: Pothos, desire for the absent being, and Himéros, the more burning desire for the present being."
This is not ootd this is My Superpower. I wish I could change my outfits in a blink of an eye! Day 6 : Superpower 🙅💁
This is me when I was about two or three years old. The bird was so scary, wasn’t it? #7thingschallenge : childhood 🐦🐤🐔🐧
It is kinda fun to make a meme of ourself. Today is the fourth day of #7thingschallenge : make a meme 😱😂😂
Save our Earth by doing this simple things. Today is the third day of #7thingschallenge : Go Green 🍃🌵🌻
"I’ve learned that some broken things stay broken, and I’ve learned that you can get through bad times and keep looking for better ones, as long as you have people who love you."
"You find a way, somehow, to get through the most horrible things, things you think would kill you. You find a way and you move through the days, one by one, in shock, in despair, but you move. The days pass, one after the other, and you go along with them — occasionally stunned, and not entirely relieved, to find that you are still alive."
“The Year of Fog” by Michelle Richmond