According to Webster, a buttress is a projecting structure of masonry or wood for supporting or giving stability to a wall or building. There are many types of buttress but the flying buttress may be the most well-known as it's used particularly for the cathedrals during Gothic era. A dear friend told me that women … Continue reading Flying but resting
I am surprised that it's bearable now when you wake me up in the middle of the night to talk. I know I'd been busy yesterday and we'd missed our private time together, so I really appreciate that you tapped me from bed. You always know what I need. You always come in a perfect … Continue reading To the one I love
It's an after-meeting-break o'clock. Sit. We found a quiet spot. Everyone and everything, they all fade to your radiance. I hope to sit and talk for hours when I don't need to mind staying here with you even if the sun is up.
Once, there's a student who worked hard for an assignment. He did his research well, pulled an all-nighter, and spent most of his time and energy finishing the homework. He even asked a friend to proofread his work. Since he did his best, the student was confident about getting an A. He was too excited … Continue reading Wrong assignments
Here's the rule: Name the first 10 books that have impacted you in some way. Don’t take more than a minute, and don’t think too hard. Here's my list in no particular order and on ways they affected me: 1. The Kite Runner - Be courageous to stand for the weak 2. Sherlock Holmes (all … Continue reading Book challenge
I am very good at losing things. Though I try to put more effort nowadays to be more organized, sometimes my clumsiness and forgetfulness still show. Sadly, many times I could not recall what I just did a few minutes ago. Multitasking and too much daydreaming have possibly robbed me off good retention. Today, I … Continue reading Report of Lost ID Badge
There's always something in July. Something memorable. Unforgettable. Special. Life changing. I am not sure when this trend started but when I tried to recollect the recent years, July serves a flavorful mix of ingredients that impacted my life so much. Some tasted honey. Some tasted bitter. Seeing this pattern, I was feeling both excited … Continue reading When in July