Most favorite book

For me, it’s Harry Potter. Hands down. It is that good that after finishing the whole series, it took me years before I went back to reading books again. And so far, I still haven’t found any book better than Harry Potter. But at least I am back to reading. This year I have finished 4 books already. Moreover, I also discovered an app called Books by apple and it’s a more convenient app to buy e-books. I prefer e-books because they are cheaper than physical books and I read faster when it’s an e-book. Now I can read books on my lunchbreak which is really great.

What about you? What’s your most favorite book?

Tech

Last night my printer died, on top of everything else. It’s annoying because it stopped my momentum with my studies; moreover, I like this printer because it was heavy duty. I can load lots of paper, scan documents continuously and the ink lasts for a long time. But since it gave up just like that, I wanted to try a different brand and hope that it’s actually gonna be better than this one. Now I have an unused ink cartridges. Too bad it’s not compatible with this brand’s newer models.

I tried to buy a new printer before work but I was running late so I ended up asking Joshua to buy the printer for me instead. And this evening after work, I installed the new printer. Techie stuff. This time I decided to make use of all the features–almost, except for the fax.

Now I am surrounded by technology. I prefer it this way because right now this is the only way I can be connected to the world–to my family and friends.. I just wish there is a technology I have right now that could give me more time so I can finish my assignment. 🙂

5 years

One by one I took my memories out of those boxes. Boxes tucked away for 5 years. Memories that I chose to forget. Memories that were really not needed at that time.look at the boxes. 5 years has gone by. Memories after memories. Confronting but therapeutic. To keep. To give away. To throw. Dust. Gloves. Face masks but it’s not due to covid.

Sad but hopeful.

I’ve come this far. Don’t give up now.

The past 5 years hadn’t been easy but they were full of grace.