We have been normalizing a wrong trend since centuries and it’s soo deep-rooted you look selfish when you talk about it. My very close friend (unicorn) who has been with be through my hardest times. Has caught the virus along-with her whole family. She, her husband, kids all of them are really unwell. Even though... Continue Reading →
I just accidentally hit my over-the-head headphones when I was throwing a chocolate wrapper in a little trash bag I have hung on my reading light that is attached to my head board. This one sentence tells too much about me. And now I think I'm deaf in one ear. This is my life after... Continue Reading →
Here, I’m sharing a post by Sue Vincent, a beautiful soul and one of the nicest people I have ever known.
This may be the final post that I get chance to write for the Silent Eye… that decision has been taken out of my hands. I spent much of last week in hospital, having, as many of you know, been diagnosed with incurable small cell lung cancer last September. It has been an interesting and informative journey on so many levels as familiar things have been stripped away and a gift of love left in its place… rather like the tooth fairy leaving something of real value in place of a discarded incisor.
First to go was the illusion of near-immortality that gets us through life, one way or another. We know there is a certain inevitability about life leading to death, but we tend not to apply it to ourselves until we are forced to pay attention. Dealing with the situation that made me sit up and listen meant…
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So, my relative who was visiting me is gone… with my already-very-little energy. And all I want is popeye's spinach can that could shoot my energy from 0 to 100 in 1 gulp, since I have beaten the record of permanently exhausted pigeons and lazy walruses. Is it normal to lose appetite when you are... Continue Reading →
You must have those days when you have a lot to write about, but you end up writing nothing at all. Or just few words. Overwhelming amount of emotions waiting for their turn to end up somewhere. To be documented and preserved in some form. And when you start your fingers tremble, you type so... Continue Reading →
Can I mention that overly exhausted quote here? “And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.” — Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist Well I just did.I lost count of times when I tried to buy Fahrenheit 451. Most times, it wouldn't be available. Odd, I know Or it would... Continue Reading →
I'm crying. In the middle of chaos, my plants have been trying so hard to comfort me. This one is still in a paper cup and look.. They make the calmest part of my day. … .. Copyright © 2021 stoneronarollercoaster – All rights reserved Kindly visit my post Warriors Invited To Raise Mental Health Awareness where... Continue Reading →
It's 2. 24 am, God knows whyI thought I should do this. Maybe because some of you (like 2 to 3 of you) were concerned as they have been following for a long time and this place doesn’t really sound like me these days. And this post is like a note to myself because sometimes... Continue Reading →
First of all sorry for not responding to comments promptly, I’m in the middle of a lot of things (this is becoming a constant now) Along with studies, existing schedule and a lot of major and minor changes, I am scheduled to be vaccinated soon and that freaked my dad really bad. I was already... Continue Reading →
Randomly came across this beach when i was going somewhere else and had to stop. HAD TO! Blue and white flothy waves, buttery sand and lack of people created a megnitic pull. These moments were worth capturing. I walked on the shore barefeet after a very long time, since sand was super velvety. Covid has... Continue Reading →