Tagged with love

Tomorrow

Tomorrow

This is a day from the past, on which bittersweet memories have been forged and tried to be forgotten. But that day, she learned something else – she let go. Continue reading

Weekly Wraps

Weekly Wraps

1. Five Tips to Improve Writing in College I know most of you who are reading this blog might have graduated from college years ago, but most of you are also bloggers, and writers. We might hear these tips to improve our writing again and again and again. But hearing it once again might improve … Continue reading

one year

one year

People are usually crazy about anniversaries. Japan’s first memorial. 9/11′s tenth year remembrance. Birthdays. Wedding anniversaries. Having lived another year after that eventful date is yet another event, and the cycle goes on. For some people, anniversaries are used as an excuse to love their partners and do some gigantic things on that one day, … Continue reading

Tuesday’s Tale: Alone, Forever?

Tuesday’s Tale: Alone, Forever?

No, this is not another WongFu Production video (although it looks like it is). Nevertheless, it has its own artistic feature and meaning. “I’ve always believed that ‘Friend-zoning’ happens in life, there is no doubt about that. And in a way, there are certain stages that it goes through. But just maybe.. “Forever Alone” ceases … Continue reading

Tonight by FM Static

I have always liked this song. I have no idea when did I get the song, or where, but it’s been there forever in my iTunes. Everytime my iTunes decides to play it, I’ll listen to it once, sing along for the second time, and go to the next song. I thought it is just … Continue reading

The Vow (2012)

The Vow (2012)

mp’s rating: 3.5/5 It is a love movie alright, and a good one, it’s just not as good as I wanted it to be. Inspired by a true story of a real couple who has gotten into an accident, this movie is the marinated version of that. As a happily married couple, Paige (Rachel McAdams) … Continue reading

Puppy Love

Puppy Love

Once again, thanks to Meld Magazine and my editor for publishing this story! ON the eve of Valentine’s Day, Meld columnist Marcella Purnama revisits her teenage infatuations and realises her memories, good and bad, are all still crystal clear. I was 13, still thin with no flabby arms and a tanned complexion from playing in the … Continue reading

The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks

The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks

mp’s rating: 4/5 I believe not one girl in her right life will not know about The Notebook, which novel has been made into a major motion picture (starring Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams). People may have not read the book, but they must have watched the movie. I am 99.9% sure of this statement. … Continue reading