Quote of the Day #27

Published March 12, 2014 by Dina ^_^

Hey Moonies!

Here’s the quote of the day just for you…

“To send a letter is a good way to go somewhere without moving anything but your heart.”

- Phyllis Theroux

Well, what you see here is something that talks about your memories going around without yourself being moved to another place. If you write a letter to a person that is dear to you and  you barely contact that person often, your feelings for that person is a bond that you will not let it go. Understand that you care for that person and they would know that you are there for them from the bottom of their hearts, as well by  doing anything for them for when they are in trouble. Praise their friendship or relationship while you are with them and when they are gone at the moment, remind them those memories that y’all spend. Possibly they would remember and have a happy moment.

Comments? Keep them short, clear, and to the point. This is Diana, giving you the quote of the day! =)

New Year, New Semester

Published January 13, 2014 by Dina ^_^

Hey Moonies!

Today starts another semester as a freshman. Still trying to experience my moments of life. But there has been things that have been going on since last semester. One huge announcement is something that not many of y’all thought I would end up doing until after college.

One of the few things is that I fail my first class and the one I like the most, History. I really don’t know what happened in the end, but one thing for sure is that I didn’t get my credit for it and ended up having a low GPA.

Two, I have finally passed English Composition I with an A. Surprising that I always have low grades in high school, but somehow God just wanted me to make myself be proud of something I have been working hard since Freshmen Year in high school. Or maybe is because I have a really laid back teacher that somehow always thought I did the best work in his classroom. Which is really ironic because I never do right with my papers.

Three, I got a new puppy for Christmas and she’s adorable!!! Her name is Fluffy and she’s the cutest creature I have ever had. I need to show y’all a picture of her soon.

Lastly, I have to say out loud the big announcement. As you can see, I have been saying that dating during my school years was a no for me until I finish undergraduate college. But somehow I met this awesome guy that I have met in the store I work at 8 months ago. I still remember that day he and his friend went to buy food, especially cat food. He was just plain annoying, but after that day I was wondering if I will see him again. And it happened a few times during the summer.

As soon as the fall semester started, I was starting with 2 classes already, going to my 3rd class two weeks after. That class was Psychology. And what was more funny is that I saw him in that classroom. After that day, we started to bug to each other in class for the next 12 weeks. In the last two weeks, that’s when we started to hang out more. And that  was during December. By almost the end of December, we started dating. It’s funny, I know, but I started to have feeling for him. And with some help from my head cashier from the store I work at, I got the chance to know him more.

So yeah, I have been dating him for three weeks now. For sure I’m giving him a silent treatment until he fixes something and then we’ll talk. But we’re doing great. Though I’m still having trouble to tell my dad that I’m dating, I’m not sure how, but I need to tell him sooner or later.

Any comments? Keep them short, clear, and to the point. This is Diana talking about what has been happening in my life.

Update of What’s Happening Right Now (Busy As Ever!)

Published November 14, 2013 by Dina ^_^

As you can see, I haven’t been updating stuff lately because I’m actually living the college life; homework. I just do a crappy first all-nighter since I last did one in about 5 months. I don’t even know when was the last one, but I know that the last one was from my final exams in high school. But seriously, keep up with work here Diana!

I’m doing this post because I’m trying to keep up being awake. I know that I have work and school later, but I have to do it to have a good grade in my psychology class. I don’t even know why I’m taking this class, but this would help me with these people in case this politics I’m going to get involve goes way out of hand in their brains. I’ll give them a piece of my brain so that they would know what they are really are.

Any of you wondering what I’m doing for this project? Well, I’m doing Insomnia. Ironic, right? It’s something  that is happening to a lot of people everyday, especially someone dear to me, my dad and formally my mom. They both somehow went through this process, but thankfully they haven’t gotten the chronic insomnia. That would sure be devastating for me.

Anyways, I’m still kinda awake, but I still need to do this project and essay done by today at 6 am. If I finish this, then I would give y’all a post how well it went.

Comments? Keep this short, clear, and to the point. This is Diana, knowing that winter is coming soon and that I never been awake with this cold hitting this hard.

Who Will Be The Name of My Protagonist of My NaNoWriMo Novel?

Published October 27, 2013 by Dina ^_^

Hey Moonies!

If you are new on this blog, I’ll let you know that I haven’t updated this page because I’m been busy with work and classes. But I’m going to try my best to keep up to date on the news and hopefully y’all can understand that some of you have already experienced or is close to experiencing college life.

Back to my main point, I have told y’all recently about my novel I’m going to start participating in the month of November. I have gotten the top 4 names of what will the protagonist’s name. Since some of y’all are going to support me throughout Facebook and here in the blog, I’ll have to remind y’all that this is going to become harder for me because I’m going to be talking about the “future of the US.” The title, as you can see in the post’s title, is about a leader representing the people’s voice. The protagonist is a woman, just to remind y’all. But the other thing is that I have not given y’all the details of who is our protagonist.

So, I’m going to give you a quick info about her:

  • She’s 35 years old.
  • She’s single.
  • She’s Salvadorian-American
  • Has represented by well-known humanitarian acts.
  • Well know humanitarian people like Ellen DeGeneres respect this woman.
  • Doesn’t have any children, yet.
  • Is kinda shy when she’s around people who doesn’t know her.
  • Guys were not her main priority in her life.
  • Doesn’t like people with a crazy attitude.
  • Loves to read books

So there you go. You got the chance to know a little more about her. Also, the poll is up until November 1, 2013, which is the start of NaNoWriMo. So pass the word around about this poll and happy polling! =)

Questions? Keep them short, clear, and to the point. This is Diana, happy to enjoy this new milestone in my life, writing a future outcome! =)

Another Year For The Youngest Female Sibling In My Family…

Published October 19, 2013 by Dina ^_^

Well, today is kinda a special day. No, is not about me. It’s about my sister.

For today, she’s the star of the house. What I mean is that today is her birthday. I really want to enjoy her special day, but I have to work today. So for today, I have to spare the time I have free from work and school to just bug her for her big day.

I know that I should have to either call in sick or gotten the day off, but I just couldn’t do that because I want to make a perfect attendance at not missing work nor from school.

Y’all are wondering what I bought her. Well, I haven’t bought her anything yet, but I’m in the process to surprise her something awesome, even though it’s coming later. She really doesn’t know about it, which is why it’s a surprise.

If you think that’s great, I would have made her a cake, but my money is in a limited for now. I maybe not going to be able to make one for my head cashier’s birthday, which is in a week from now.

So any comments? Keep them short, clear, and to the point. This is Diana, saying that my sister is the only one that I really care about.

My Love of Writing and NaNoWriMo…

Published October 14, 2013 by Dina ^_^

If you just read the title, there are two major announcements that I have to tell y’all. Y’all know that I love to write and read, right? So here’s something that I have to tell y’all about.

One, there’s one thing I love the most, which is writing and what’s awesome that there’s a national organization that celebrates writing and it’s called National Writing Novel Month. To make it short, it’s called NaNoWriMo. (Get it?) This is about celebrating the writing to make students across the nation to get interested in writing and help out libraries and other organizations that helps out with books to succeed. The point is that I’m going to write this year. Last year I was going to write it, but I couldn’t because I was that busy with graduating from High School, I know y’all wanted me to do it while I was busy with it, but the thing is that I was THAT BUSY of not able to log in on that.

Since this year I’ve had days off and hours to spare, I would get the chance to write starting on November 1, since it’s the start of NaNoWriMo. I will keep on writing until November 30, but the thing is that I have to get 50,000+ words to write this novel and the only think is that I only have 30 days to do it. So your help is to give me the confidence to get my goal to 50,000 by donating to the organization and this is my personal fundraiser that’s connected with the organization’s main fundraiser. So the thing is, what’s the name of the title? Glad you asked because I got the title already and this book is starting the book series called the The Female President Series. This is going to become a whole different kind of genre because it’s not real and it has to do with politics. Y’all are asking, “What’s the title and what type of genre is it then?” Okay, okay. The name of the first book is The American Leader and the new genre is Political Fiction. Ha! I just created a new different type of genre! Here’s the link to the donation right here… Support “The American Leader”

The plot is as followed

A middle age lady helps out with the community across the US held a press conference and a question triggers a long issue about the future of the country, “Is there a chance that you are going to run for the ultimate seat of the country? As the POTUS?” From that question on, issues started to come across the nation, especially in Congress in the nation’s Capitol, which the male politicians attack about a female president is not suitable for the country. Due to that, she has to decide if she wants to help the people live better or let those politicians run them to pieces.

The second announcement is that I haven’t decided in the name of the protagonist. Here’s one thing for sure that the protagonist is a woman, but one thing is that she’s similar to me that we need to help the people, not the government to run properly. That’s why I need to see on something: Finding the perfect name for the protagonist. I want you to post the name of the protagonist in the comment section of the post, or on YouTube, if you see the video. By October 25, I’m going to make a poll here and by October 31, on Halloween Day, I’m going to announce the name of the protagonist. So better start posting for some possible future name of the protagonist now or else I have to end up at the last-minute to find the name.

So, any comments? Keep them short, clear, and to the point. This is Diana, writing the future of politics.

Quote of the Day #26

Published September 21, 2013 by Dina ^_^

Hey Moonies!

Here’s a quote of Stephen King!

“The scariest moment is always just before you start.”

- Stephen King

So, I decided to choose this because it’s not every day I post an author’s quote about something really passionate about. Well, according to King, what is saying that if you’re about to start something, it gets really crazy and you all of a sudden, you get scared of doing it. There’s a lot of people who have this issue and if you are still trying to do something that you haven’t done it yet, you should let the fear get scared and start doing it or else you will still do the same thing forever!

Well, I think the reason Stephen King said that quote is because of how scared his books was going to turn in since as you can tell from the books after books of his, they are really crazy and you never know what would happen once it becomes a reality. I love his books and I could tell he took a lot of courage to get that out. For Stephen King, thanks for making awesome books and I would sure like to get a signed copy of the last book.

Comments? Keep them short, clear, and to the point. This is Diana, giving you the quote of the day! =)

Word of the Day #26 – Pragmatic

Published September 21, 2013 by Dina ^_^

Hey Moonies!

Here’s the word of the day!

Pragmatic. Part of speech: Adjective. Past/Present/Future Tense: (Pst) Pragmatical

Definition:

  1. Dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations.
  2. Dealing or concerned with facts or real occurrences; practical.
  3. (Philosophy) Of or relating to pragmatism.
  4. Relating to or being the study of cause and effect in historical or political events with emphasis on the practical lessons to be learned from them.
  5. (Archaic)
    1. Active; busy.
    2. Active in an officious or meddlesome way.
    3. Dogmatic; dictatorial.

Sentence:

  1. His pragmatic view of public education comes from years of working in city schools.
  2. Third, we should accept the positive elements of Blairs’ essentially pragmatic approach.
  3. John deacon takes an in-depth, highly pragmatic approach, which demonstrates how to lay the foundations for developing the best possible software.

Comments? Keep them short, clear, and to the point. This is Diana, giving you the word of the day, which is weird that I’m pragmatically doing a view about this word. O.o

Quote of the Day #25

Published September 20, 2013 by Dina ^_^

Hey Moonies!

Here’s the quote of the day…

“Writing, to me, is simply thinking through my fingers.”

- Isaac Asimov

What this quote is saying that if you are writing something, just let your hands and mind do the talking, not think about what are you going to do in your writing. I love myself let loose about this issue, since I love about writing stuff and not use a discursive opinion about the issue. As you can see, I just let myself loose when I’m writing in my posts and I love how I write it. I let my opinion about it and make the post really creative. Even though my writing could get really long, it just proves that I love to write and that this issue is really important to me.

So any comments? Keep them short, clear, and to the point. This is Diana, giving you the quote of the day. =)

Word of the Day #25 – Fraxinella

Published September 20, 2013 by Dina ^_^

Hey Moonies!!!

The word of the day is…

Fraxinella. Part of speech: Noun. Past/Present/Future Tense: N/A

Definition:

  1. A Eurasian perennial herb (Scientific name: Dictamnus albus) of the rue family with flowers that emit an aromatic flammable vapor in hot weather

Sentence:

  1. The green leaves and pink flowers of the fraxinella contrasted nicely with the silvery leaves and bright yellow flowers of the yarrow.
  2. “Few perennials don’t benefit from frequent division—peonies and fraxinella are rare exceptions….” — From Page Dickey’s 2012 book Embroidered Ground: Revisiting the Garden

Comments? Keep them short, clear, and to the point. This is Diana, giving you the word of the day, which by the way, the fraxinella would not be making any aromatic smell in my backyard.

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