#Writephoto – The Magical Garden


Open – Image by KL Caley
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#Writephoto – Mix and Mash of Old Tales


Door – Image by KL Caley
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#Writephoto – The Spy Behind the Blue Door


Fairy – Image by KL Caley
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#Writephoto – The Dress


Dress – Image by KL Caley
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#Writephoto – Exploration of Downstairs


Descend – Image by KL Caley
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#Writephoto – Sparks Fly


Bridge – Image by KL Caley
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#Bloganuary Prompt Day 31: Star Gazing


Day 31

How do you feel when you look at the stars?

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#Bloganuary Prompt Day 25-28: More Quick Responses


Day 25

Write about what makes you feel strong.

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#Bloganuary Prompt Day 24 – Vivid Dream


Day 24

Write about a dream you remember.

I had a very bizarre dream a few nights ago. That’s how bizarre it was. I still remember it despite what people say about us forgetting our dreams the next day.

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#Bloganuary Prompt Day 17 – 20: Short Answers


Day 17

What is a superpower you’d love to have?

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#Bloganuary Prompt Day 16 – Passions


Day 16

What is a cause you’re passionate about and why?

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#Bloganuary Prompt Day 15 – Life Lessons


Day 15

What is a life lesson you feel everyone can benefit from learning?

If there’s anything I’ve learned in my 30 years on Earth is you cannot count on anyone but yourself. This lesson was cemented into my core when I was young when my mom left for the U.S and I was left in China.

She recently revealed to me as we were scanning and digitizing old pictures that she didn’t know I was going to be treated so awful when she left.

I was 7-year-old when she left. She told me she was just going to tour America and that she was going to be back before I know it but she ended up staying and didn’t return until 3 years later, during which I was constantly lectured and punished for being a girl while my male cousins were being spoiled like little princes.

Less than a year after mom left, my aunt, uncle, cousin, and I went shopping in a department store. I was browsing when the ladies around me started screaming, one even fainted. At first I didn’t know what was going on but then one of them shrieked, “your hand.” That’s when I realized blood was spurting from my left hand.

Why I didn’t feel anything? I’m not sure.

Meanwhile, my tiny cousin was standing next to me, in his hand was a bloody cleaver, and my aunt and uncle were nowhere to be found. Who lets their 2-year-olds run around the store? Beats me. And what kind of department puts cleaver display on the lower shelf? Again beats me.

Anyway, it wasn’t long until the adults appeared and my bloody hand was wrapped in cloth and we were walking to the hospital, which, thankfully, was next to the department store. My uncle accompanied me to get my hand stitched while my aunt waited outside as she has a fear of blood.

It was during the stitching when my pain finally registered in my brain. “I’ll get you some ice cream when we’re done here, I promise.” My uncle said when I began sniffing, trying to hold back my tears.

He never fulfilled that promise. The moment we got home that afternoon was the moment they treated like the last few hours never happened. The ice cream never came up again and that’s when I realized, adults lie. They don’t keep their promises.

It was also that moment I promised to get myself whatever I want when I am grown up and have a job because the only person I can only ever trust is myself.

#Bloganuary Prompt Day 13 – Ideal Day


Day 13

What does your ideal day look like?

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#Bloganuary Prompt Day 10 – I am grateful for…


Day 10

What are 5 things you’re grateful for today?

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#Bloganuary Prompt Day 8 and 9


Day 8

What do you like most about your writing?

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#Bloganuary Prompt Day 7 – Laughter is the best Medicine


What makes you laugh?

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#Bloganuary Prompt Day 5 and 6


Day 5:

What is something you wish you knew how to do?

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#Bloganuary Prompt Day 4 – Favorite Toy


What was your favorite toy as a child?

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#Bloganuary Prompt Day 1 to 3


I feel so late to the game but I have been feeling pretty uninspired the past few days as the result of an ear blockage which may or may not had been due to an infection in my gums and sinus. Before you say it might be a build-up of earwax, I’ve checked and cleaned my ear with my endoscopic ear picker (ear picker with a tiny camera).

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Sunday Writing Prompt – The End of the Road


“Next stop, Central Station, the end of the road, as far as we go.” The robotic Siri-like voice announced.

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Sunday Writing Prompt – A Story of Love


In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, this week’s MMLM Sunday Writing Prompt is “A Story of Love.

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MMLM Sunday Writing Prompt – Driving


This week’s prompt MMLM Sunday Writing Prompt is “Driving.

Driving Test

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Based on actual events…

“Did your sister call you?” I asked my mom when I met her in the stairwell for our afternoon walk.

Mom shook her head, “No, why?”

“She called me this morning, asking some very random, weird questions.”

“What kind of questions?”

My brows knitted together, “I couldn’t really understand her. She was whispering.”

“Oh, I think I know what she was calling about.” Mom said when we reached the first floor. “Isn’t she taking her driver license test today? She’s probably calling to ask you for answers.”

“What?” I shrieked. “She can’t do that.”

“Oh, just help her, won’t you?”

“Help her? Doesn’t she know ‘Cheaters never win?'”

That was my aunt’s 4th attempt at her driver license test. She would go on for another 6 attempts before passing the written test on her 9th attempt. As for the road test, even with over 10 years of driving experience in China, it took her 3 attempts to pass the road test. This is proof of karma and the phrase, “cheater never prosper.”

MMLM Sunday Writing Prompt – Two Minds at Loggerheads


I am looking for post ideas to post on Mondays. So I decided to take a peek in my Writing Challenge list (a list of blog sites for writing challenges) on my WP reader and decided to take a crack at this one. Hope you enjoy.

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