So recently I embarked on a rather large adventure, which took place last week. It involved new people and new places, and we won’t forget, an absolutely delightful lunch!
We all roam in search of something unknown. What is it? I think it helps us grow, because though we are physically complete, our minds are restless.
What makes one complete? Well it’s different, you see. For me, perhaps a book, for you; a loving look. Perhaps you live for the ‘lessor’ beings – little critters with no voice for reason – and speak for them, fighting for freedom.
This weekend that passed I went on a little trip with the family down to a place called Langebaan, to a little resort called Mykonos – a native Greece, if you will.
The other day, Hannes and I got into a big discussion on passion. Okay, more on things we were passionate about, but that’s passion, nonetheless.
Four walls surround
A lack of sound
My thoughts run rampid
Then comes the anxious
A knock and a click
Footsteps come quick
With a creak to reveal
Happiness to steal
It was break time, year 9 of high school, and my friends and I were joking and laughing, just having fun, when my one friend suddenly asked me if I was okay. I had felt completely find, but she said there was a problem with my eyes.
Time to expand a bit into my reptilian kingdom, moving away from snakes (temporarily), to an even cuter little critter. This captivating creature is known as the Japanese cave gecko.