365 Writing Prompts: Take Two

Run outside. Take a picture of the first thing you see. Run inside. Take a picture of the second thing you see. Write about the connection between these two random objects, people, or scenes.

This is really odd… I took a photo today downtown on my way to work. As I stepped inside I took another (well visual) picture of the water fountain that we have inside of our main building lobby. This morning in Washington DC it was so cloudy and it was drizzling, least to say it was very dreary and cold.
Similar to the day the inside of the lobby is always pretty chilly because of the water and always reflects the mood of the day because of the skylights all the way at the top of the building.

These scenes outdoors and indoors are always reflective of each other and that regard. Although you feel pretty good once you step inside the doors since it shields you from all of the rain! Lol


365 Writing Prompts: Clean Slate

Explore the room you’re in as if you’re seeing it for the first time. Pretend you know nothing. What do you see? Who is the person that lives there?

Well, from all of the baby toys in the basket and books on the ledges and table it’s pretty obvious that a baby lives in this house. Maybe even a 2 year old because all of the toys and reading activities are pretty advanced for just an infant. A person from an older generation lives here as well, I’ve come to this conclusion after noticing the VHS under the tv and about 25 or more VHS tapes alongside the machine. Maybe an adolescent? There’s a new 2DS on the ledge, and a Xbox 360 next to the fireplace. 

That’s about it!

365 Writing Prompts: This is Your Life

If you could read a book containing all that had happened and will ever happen in your life, would you? If you choose to read it, you must read it cover to cover.

This is quite hard to answer because what if something tragic happens to your life or to your well-being or it happens to those you love most! Although, since this blog is about being real, I will not act like I wouldn’t read it! LOL!

I would definitely think about it for a while, but I would know that whatever I went through God would ultimately bring me out of it. That’s just my mindset. Heaven is the destination regardless of the trials you had to go through on this Earth!

365 Writing Prompts: 1984

You’re locked in a room with your greatest fear. Describe what’s in the room.

It’s hard to say, I’m afraid of a lot of things. Though it is hard to say if I have a “greatest fear.” Maybe it would be the caskets of any of my loved ones who are close to me. I believe that may be my greatest fear of when their time comes, that it’ll be one less person here for me to see and love.

365 Photos

I’m really realizing because I hardly go anywhere (and it being so cold), throughout my days, there’s hardly no opportunities for me to take great pictures. Maybe, when it starts to be spring time I’ll start posting of stuff in bloom around my school and near my house. Other than that there’s hardly any opportunities to do anything. So when I don’t post a picture. It’s because I didn’t venture out into the world that day. I’m still staying a stickler on my writing prompts though. It’s just so bitterly cold that I wont hold myself to this as much if the opportunity never arises.

365 Writing Prompts, Day 8: Teachers Pet

Tell us about a teacher who ha a real impact on your life, either for the better or the worse. How is your life different today because of him or her?

Best Teacher? Easily a tie between two of my art teacher of four years, Ms. Wilson and Mr. B

She inspired me to become better through gentle teachings and a kind voice. While Mr. B contrasted her to the fullest extent, he would push you but through a mi of sarcasm and intellect with a firm father-like tone. It was like a Mom and Dad coaching you if you really wanted to receive their advice like I wanted to be open to their wisdom. Through Mr. B, i was placed in honorable mention in a museum exhibit and then a year after I won first place with his assistance. Along with Ms. Wilson giving me the opportunity to apply for the National Gallery of Art High School Seminar, I got in, and was elated from the opportunity. They both pushed me in so many ways, and I truly thank them for it. I still even listen to their advice today because it’s been ingrained into my head lol.

No need to speak of the worst teacher, but she did make me realize that no matter how pleasant you try to be towards people there is always someone who might not like you.