I love you mom…♥

With tears on my eyes, while sending a message : Te amo, mama. I realized that I never told such powerful words to the greatest, loveliest and wonderful woman she is. Mom, I also want you to know I’m the luckiest girl in the whole universe for having such a loving, patience and wise woman. I aspire day by day to become like you… I love you

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With a little strength and time…

and maybe, maybe a change won’t be bad after all. Maybe this is the time to let go and allowed myself to be the strong and happy person I’m suppose to be…

All I know is that for now I’am settling for less, and even though is love is a toxic love, which makes me unhappy. Life is too short to settle for an unhappy love.

It won’t be easy, it will be hearth-wrenching and hurtful but it will be worth it.

 

 

Best ~ Loved Fairy Tales

Hans Christian Andersen

Hans Christian Andersen

AUTHOR

Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) was born in Odense, Denmark, to a poor family. He left home as a 14-year-old to seek his fortune at the theatre in Copenhagen. Andersen began writing plays and poetry before he left for Copenhagen, but it was not until 1835 that he published the first of the fairytales that would bring him international renown. Since then, his over 200 fairytales have enjoyed undiminished popularity, providing the basis for favorite American interpretations such as Disney’s The Little Mermaid.

Biography courtesy of HarperCollins


PRODUCTS DETAILS by B&N

  • ISBN-13: 9781435143890
  • Publisher: Sterling
  • Publication date: 12/25/2012
  • Pages: 696
  • Product dimensions: 6.50 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 2.20 (d)

ILLUSTRATIONS


CHART

♥ —– Love it!

↑ —–  Like it!

↓ —– Didn’t Like it!

⊗ —- Hate it !


STORIES

  1. The Emperor’s New Clothes ♥
  2. The Rose Elf
  3. The Storks
  4. The Daisy
  5. The Buckwheat
  6. The Nightingale
  7. The Elfin Hill
  8. The Saucy Boy
  9. The Steadfast Tin Soldier
  10. The Flax
  11. The Swineherd
  12. Holger Danske
  13. The Flying Trunk
  14. The Fir-Tree
  15. The Darning Needle
  16. Big Claus and Little Claus
  17. The Last Dream of the Old Oak
  18. The Little Mermaid ♥
  19. The Old Street Lamp
  20. The Little Elder-Tree Mother
  21. The Neighboring Families
  22. The Shepherdess and the Sweep
  23. The Wicked Prince
  24. The Galoshes of Fortune
  25. The Bell
  26. Thumbelina
  27. Little Tuk
  28. A Cheerful Temper
  29. The Little Match Girl
  30. The Story of the Year
  31. “There Is No Doubt About It”
  32. Ole Luk-Oie
  33. Soup from a Sausage-Peg
  34. The Beetle
  35. The Garden of Paradise
  36. A Story
  37. The Dumb Book
  38. The Ugly Duckling
  39. Under the Willow-Tree
  40. Ib and Christine
  41. Twelve by the Mail
  42. The Metal Pig
  43. The Bond of Friendship
  44. The Red Shoes
  45. A Rose from Homer’s Grave
  46. The Jewish Girl
  47. The Lovers
  48. A Picture from the Rampart
  49. A Leaf from Heaven
  50. The Princess and the Pea
  51. The Old Church Bell
  52. The Silver Shilling
  53. The Girl Who Trod on a Loaf
  54. Two Brothers
  55. The Old Tombstone
  56. The Snowman
  57. The Wild Swans
  58. The Snail and the Rose-Tree
  59. She Was Good for Nothing
  60. The Traveling Companion
  61. The Last Pearl
  62. In the Duck-Yard
  63. The Shadow
  64. The Bottle-Neck
  65. Children’s Prattle
  66. The Old House
  67. The Farm-Yard Cock and the Weather-Cock
  68. Five out of One Pod
  69. The Snow-Queen
  70. The Pen and the Inkstand
  71. The Puppet Showman
  72. The Story of a Mother
  73. The Child in the Grave
  74. The Shirt-Collar
  75. The Butterfly
  76. The Goblin and the Huckster
  77. The Marsh King’s Daughter
  78. The Loveliest Rose in the World
  79. The Racers
  80. The Happy Family
  81. Something
  82. At the Uttermost Parts of the Sea
  83. The Tinder-Box
  84. There Is a Difference
  85. The Angel
  86. “What the Moon Saw”
  87. The Pigs
  88. “Delaying Is Not Forgetting”
  89. Little Ida’s Flowers
  90. The Ice Maiden
  91. The Old Bachelor’s Nightcap
  92. “Everything in the Right Place”
  93. Anne Lisbeth
  94. “Beautiful!”
  95. The Wind’s Tale
  96. A Story from the Sand-Hills
  97. The Money-Pig
  98. The Philosopher’s Stone
  99. What the Old Man Does Is Always Right
  100. Grandmother

Going back to my old self

reading a book  Lately I have been missing my old self or maybe I’m just missing the time I used to have to read books. I believe is the later. I miss the smell of brand new or used books, the heavy or light weight on my arms, the fact I could take them anywhere and read everywhere. I miss spending days and nights juts curious of what would happen next. I miss reading them. For years at my birth country I was the girl who every year got the award of “the student who read the most books”. No wonder since I was little I fell in love with each one of them, whether good or bad they would always make you experience someone else life , emotions and feelings.

Once I enter college and started working it was obvious that I have to sacrifice this love of mine for a couple of years. Yes, I read some books online but they just doesn’t feel right. But today I finally decided to visit my closest public library in search of some books. I believe this new year would allowed me more time for them since I would in a few months be a part-time at my job.

 

So I finally decide to pick up four books just to start with and I decided to make a list as well talk about my reading experience of them in here but they are a couple of factors we have to take into account:

  1.  I’ m a HUGE romance lover… So, I believe 98% of my books will be about love. I do like sometimes cheese stuff, and sometimes rather predictable books. I just can’t help it … Romance is my weakness.
  2. I’ m also a huge of paranormal love as I like to call it or medieval love books. I love the whole idea of a normal boy/girl falling in love with an angel/ghost/any of these type of creatures. Sorry, I can’t help it. The same thing with medieval type of love. I love the whole thing about those times and how a king/queen/prince/princess falls in love with a common girl/boy or between themselves and they do the whole courting thing. I just love it. And the same thing with gods/and goddess falling in love.
  3. I’m not too deep of a reader when it comes to giving extremely good reviews or comparing a book to a movie/play.or another book. It doesn’t matter whether the book is based on such and such. For me each books is different and unique in his own way. I just cared about enjoying them and they follow logic paths but as you can see I’m also not to worry about this since I like paranormal love books. LOL
  4. Like I said before don’t expect from me a deep review about a certain book, most likely I will put mostly stuff that I enjoy and won’t give too much explanation about stuff I don’t like.

 

(Pharmacy) Drive-Thru : The Root Of All Evil

keep-calm-and-hate-drive-thru   So I work in a retail pharmacy for about two years now. Like many of us, we had no choice but start getting  experience at the bottom of the latter where nobody takes your side and you are not even consider to the most basic right which is RESPECT from your own specie. I have been two years working as a pharmacy tech and I am ready to move on. I can’t take it anymore. This is coming from a person who really doesn’t care what people think or say of me and I am very patient with rude ass**** costumers. I honestly don’t care about your problem. Why would I when I see how much you don’t care about it. At the end, we ALL hate drive-thru.

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