Monthly Archives: September 2012

in love with my best friend


In love with my best-friend

Riva Mendoza

You and I are best of friends

You always protect me since we were kid

I felt comfortable every time I’m with you

I wanted to be with you wherever you go

When we are in high school I felt this feeling

I can’ believe that I am in love with my best friend

I’m afraid because this will end our friendship

I decided to keep the feelings and loving you secretly

When you started to court someone

My heart started to broke into pieces

I want to tell to you that I am the best

I am the best and I know you very well

The time came and you don’t have enough time for me

The worst thing is she asks you to start avoiding me

She wants to end our friendship …

The good thing is you refuse to end the friendship


30 Ways Part 2



Yesterday I completed the first 15 questions of the 30 Day Challenge & I was chuffed to see how many others thought this was a good idea. Some of you have even started working on the lists yourselves.  Thanks again to Pink Ninjabi for starting us off on this journey.

So without further ado, let’s continue:

16.  Something you always think “what if” about – What if there had not been a 2 year waiting list to become a stewardess when I graduated from high school?  My life may have gone in a whole other direction & I probably wouldn’t be afraid to fly now!

17.  Something you’re proud of – Each & every one of my children of course!  They aren’t all perfect, by an means, but they are all special individuals who are all working on becoming the best people they can be.

18.  A problem you have…

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characters in a short stories


Do you still remember the short stories that you read when you are young or in grade school? Isn’t reading them makes us happy especially when we know that it ends happily. Isn’t it makes us imagine that we are the character in the story? My teacher in creative writing asks us to guess the name of the characters in the short stories. I want to share this one because I am aficionado of short stories, I don’t know it’s just that I really like reading short stories. When I play this one in Word Dynamo I got perfect score 🙂

My reference is

Humpty Dumpty

An egg-shaped character in a Mother Goose nursery rhyme.

Sleeping beauty

A beautiful princess awakened from a charmed sleep by the kiss of the prince.


A queen wished her naughty daughter would fly away with the birds so she could get some rest. Her wish was granted.

Pied Piper

A musician who lured all the rats from a town was not paid for his services. He used the same method to lure all the children from the town.


A dwarf spins flax into gold for a young woman to meet the demands of the prince she has married, on the condition that she give him her first child or guess his name.

Hansel and Gretel

A young brother and sister threatened by a cannibalistic witch who lives in a house made of cake deep in the forest.

Anansi the spider

A character in Caribbean folklore, a cunning trickster generally depicted as a spider with a human head.

Paul Bunyan

A legendary giant lumberjack of the north woods of the United States.


A heroine of a fairy tale who is maltreated by a malevolent stepmother but marries a prince with the help of magic and a slipper.


Story of a girl with extraordinarily long hair who is locked away in a tower.

Little Red Riding Hood

A girl visits her grandmother in the forest only to find a wolf has eaten her grandmother.


Chinese goddess of the moon who, against her husband’s wishes, swallows an entire pill of immortality.

Little dutch boy

Upon passing a dike on his way to school, a young boy notices water trickling through a hole. He pokes his finger in the hole to prevent a disaster all night.

Jack and the beanstalk

Jack, a poor country boy, climbs the beanstalk and finds himself in the castle of an unfriendly giant. Jack soon retrieves items that were previously stolen from his family including an enchanted goose that lays golden eggs.


A boy made of wood whose nose grows longer with each lie he tells.

Poem without title


Poem without title

I didn’t put the title of this poem because I want my readers to know the title. If you read the poem you will easily know the title. Hope you enjoy it J

I like the way you stand,

It seems to me you’re strong

Even if we put heavy things on you

Still, you are strong!

Every time I look at you,

I always think if she’s coming

I really wonder why she seldom uses you

                        Then I realized that she can teach without you!

Diction Accuracy and Correct Usage


Diction Accuracy and Correct Usage

When I was in first year college we studied these, during discussion I really enjoyed these lesson because I realized that we often used the words but I usually misused and misspelled it. Thank you to my teacher who makes our lesson easy and discovery. I want to share these to you and I used my book here is the title of the book “Writing across discipline” an ESP skill text for academic and professional tasks. Written by Infante, DG, et. al.

There are many words that are confusing but for today I’m going to give the first ten, after a week I will post the other confusing words. Thanks guys.


  1. 1.    Accept, except expect


Accept is a verb meaning “to receive”; except is a preposition meaning “not including”; expect on the other hand, is a verb which means “to anticipate.”


  1. 2.   Adapt and Adopt

Adapt means to accommodate and to adjust to certain conditions while adopt means to take into a family or to take up and follow.

  1. 3.   Advise and Advice

Advise is a verb which means “to give advice”.Advice is the noun form.

  1. 4.   Affect and Effect

Affect means to influence or to create an effect on something. Effect is a noun meaning the result or consequence of something.

  1. 5.   All ready and Already

All ready a two-word expression means everybody is ready or “totally prepared”; already is an adverb meaning” previously or by this time. “

  1. 6.   Altogether, all together and together

Altogether is an adverb which means “entirely or totally”; all together a two-word expression refers” to an action” or “activity” simultaneously accomplished by a group. Together is used “to refer to two persons” or “things doing the same activity.

  1. 7.   Allude and elude

To allude means to refer to; to elude means to avoid.

  1. 8.   While and awhile

While is a noun as in “for a while, in a while”; awhile is an adverb meaning “shortly” or “for some time.”

  1. 9.   Breath and breathe

Breath is a noun; breathe is a verb.

10.Beside and besides

Beside is a preposition which means next to“; besides is a preposition which refers to except for and an adverb which means “in addition to.


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