Things I worked on last week: NaNoWriMo Project (Duality): 9433 words
What am I working on?
Whoo, boy, goodness gracious. As you may know, National Novel Writing Month is in full swing, and week 1 has come and gone (mostly). Sadly, I'm not working on a project that I'd think I'll be able to publish (since it's borrowing characters and whatnot), but I needed to scrounge out something last-minute. I like to call this one of my many "practice projects."
...to celebrate a day I thought I'd never see This was originally written for March 27, 2017 but I took it down as soon as it went up due to fear. But looking at it again, maybe someone will benefit from reading it.
Just a quick warning to anyone who might be reading this: it's gonna be a long post. And quite... umm... serious in subject, if you wanted a warning for that, too. But I'm intending it to be inspirational, I swear!
Many times, I feel as if I'm between two cultures.I'm sure I'm not the only one who experiences this.Being born and raised in America by two parents who were born and raised in the Philippines is something that I appreciate and despise. I don't mean any of that in a political or socioeconomic sense, or anything else of that nature. (I tend to keep my own opinions of such things to myself.) I do mean that it feels like both a blessing and a curse when I'm trying to figure out who I am as a person.