April 10, 2014

When you complain about not having food to eat because everything in your kitchen is food you have to cook.

April 10, 2014

Is it wrong for me to expect a lot from a friendship? Actually i don’t care whether or not anyone thinks it’s wrong, I expect a lot from a friend. If I’m sick, you show you care by calling. If I’m confiding in you, keep the information to yourself. If I’m fucking up, be honest and let me know. If you fuck up, apologize. It’s really that simple.

I expect these things from a friend because I do these things for my friends. I value friendship and I almost feel like I don’t have many close friends  because people don’t understand the importance of it. Also, I don’t trust a lot of people to keep my personal information to themselves because I witness first hand how freely people share other people’s personal info.

I guess this is something I’m thinking about more as I’m getting older and the amount of people in my circle decreases.

April 6, 2014
School is overrated at times.

I’ve always thought of myself as a school body. Always found my purpose in school. Always found school to be the end all be all, but now that I’m back again for the third time after 4 years of working, I find school to be bullshit with a high price tag.

I prob should not say bullshit since school can be instrumental ( esp where certain subjects are concerned)  but it does carry the faint smell of bullshit at times. The idea that you have to go through all these years of school stuffing your mind then getting graded is bullshit to me. I have a few great teachers and I admit that some of things I am learning I would not have attempted on my own but I’ve also found that I’ve stopped doing a lot of the things that I used to do. I don’t think as creatively anymore, which is ironic since I’m in a creative program.

Here’s the thing I’ve found: the fact that your ideas are being judged makes you less creative. Being graded makes you less creative. Listening to advice about your thoughts that’s being given to 30 other people makes you less creative. 

School helps with improving certain techniques, but it doesn’t make you any more creative than say going out on your own and creating an octopus car out of cardboard.

April 1, 2014


April 1, 2014

"You are not your job. You are not your car. You are not how much money you have. You are not what’s in your wallet."

Keep that in mind the next time you look into the mirror and see yourself transforming into your dream car or a 10 dollar bill.

March 31, 2014

How many pics  do you need to take of your f**king face? You only have one, for crying out loud!

Unfollow button is prob the best thing FB created next to unfriend.

March 15, 2014

Why do you care so much…about all these things?

March 15, 2014

February 14, 2014



Adara Sánchez Anguiano, on Tumblr

I love.

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January 22, 2014


Two documentaries by filmmaker Jeanette Kong. Watch the trailers and read more HERE.

'Half: The Story of a Chinese-Jamaican Son'| “Caught between two cultures and races – Vincent Lee was born to a Chinese father and a Jamaican mother. After his father’s pre-mature death, five-year-old Vincent sailed across the ocean to southern China”…

'The Chiney Shop' | From the 1930s to the 1970s, Chinese-owned groceries were located on the street corners of rural and urban Jamaica. filmmaker Jeanette Kong grew up in a Chinese-owned shop in Kingston and details the complex relationship and social interaction between shop-owners and locals. 

Every shop in Jamaica that’s owned by a person of Chinese heritage ( most wholesale stores in JA, fyi) is called Chiney Shop. Such is the reality.

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