Even in the gaming world, people like to judge others. And when it comes to first impressions online, it’s all about the username. I am a firm believer that a username can say a lot about someone before you actually see them play. In just a few letters or numbers,
I owe a lot to my Má for putting up with me throughout these years (this past year in particular has been really difficult for the both of us). She sacrificed so much to move from Vietnam to live over here in the states. It was no cakewalk for her
So my last artist respectfully left my comic book side project (at least he had the decency to tell me why). Nevertheless, he did direct me to this intriguing Craigslist posting that seems to fit with what I am trying to accomplish.
So I got a special letter in the mail today. Back in 9th grade Honors English, we had a class activity where we had to write a letter to ourselves in the future. After nine years, I have to say that my handwriting sure improved by quite a bit (though
“The more unattainable the ideal, the stronger the idolization.” I believe everyone has at least one wannabe hidden inside themselves. A wannabe can try to be anything – a better athlete, singer, dancer – you name it. A certain inner wannabe inside of me wants to be a better cook.
It all started when I was applying to college a few years ago. I was looking into a variety of schools within the Pacific Northwest, but WSU stood out to me. I felt mesmerized by the awesome logo, and then a feeling of sorts swept over me to apply to
I will honestly admit that I am not a fast learner. Some people can just remember something the first time they come across it, but for me it usually takes a bit more time, a lot more repetition for it to stick. As a result, I love using “tricks” to