Rolled My Ankle

Hey everyone!

Unfortunately, when I was at the park with my mom, sister and my niece, I was rolled my ankle. So now I am officially on bed rest and I have to rest up until I heal fully. Since I never rolled my ankle before, it is a bit painful. But I have had a skin graft from a third degree, and have been hit by a car, I think it’s safe to say I can handle a bit of pain.

I guess now, I would have to just roll with it, aha! :p

WWW Wednesdays – September 23rd, 2020

Hey, everyone!

This is a fun post where I talk about books by answering the following questions…

  1. What have I finished reading?
  2. What am I currently reading?
  3. What will I read next?
  1. What have I finished reading?

2. What am I currently reading?



3. What Will I Reading Next?

I can’t wait to get my reading on! I am really glad to be reading lots again. I’m going to be doing a read-a-thon.

Top Ten Tuesdays #4

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

The rules are simple:Each Tuesday, Jana assigns a new topic. Create your own Top Ten list that fits that topic – putting your unique spin on it if you want.Everyone is welcome to join but please link back to The Artsy Reader Girl in your own Top Ten Tuesday post.

This week’s top ten is Books On My Fall 2020 TBR. I am so happy to start reading these books since it’s now spooky season!

10. 11/22/63

My boyfriend and I are currently reading this book. It’s a really good book. I remember I read it for a school project, and I quite enjoyed reading it. It’s about this guy who has a time travelling machine in his diner. He convinces one of his customer to go back in time to prevent the assassination of John F. Kennedy from happening. I highly recommend reading this book.

9. The Mist

Another one from Stephen King. I wish to have all of his books at some point in my life. I haven’t read many of his books before, because I used to think they were too scary for me. But now, I am embracing it the spookiness because I love watching scary movies and reading scary books. I just started reading this book today, it’s pretty interesting. It’s about a father and son that get trapped at a super market during a thunderstorm. There’s unknown creatures in the mist.

8. The Chef

I bought this book for my boyfriend. He seemed to really like it, so that makes me really excited to read it, too. It’s about how a detective who also runs a food truck becomes Louisiana’s Most Wanted.

7. The Other Mrs.

I haven’t read this one either, but it sounds quite intriguing. A husband and wife start a new chapter in their lives by moving to a new state. Only to discover one of their neighbours is found dead in her house.

6. The House We Grew Up In

This is one of the books I am most interested in about. I have heard many great things about Lisa Jewell books. This one is about how a close knit family, until a tragedy pulls them apart and they end up having to go back to the house they grew up in.

5. Then She Was Gone

It is about a girl who disappeared ten years. And her mother has never given up hope of finding out what happened to her daughter. Then the mother meets a gentleman who has a daughter that looks identical to her missing daughter when she was her age.

4. The Family Upstairs

I haven’t read this book either, but it looks really spooky. It’s about a woman who is about to find the identity of her birth parents, but she is about to discover that she is the sole inheritor of their abandoned mansion.

3. Woman on the Edge

I saw this at a book store, and I was so intrigued by the cover and the tag line. I had to buy it. And the best part was it was on sale, too. I can’t wait to read it.

2. Girl on the Train

This book has been sitting on my bookshelf, and I keep on vowing that I’m going to read this by the end of the year. A lot of reviewers are comparing this to the next Gone Girl. This is one of the books I’m really interested in, so I didn’t want to look it up online. I got this book because I’m scared of trains, so I thought it would make this book much more scarier than what it actually is. I can’t wait to watch the movie.

  1. The Time Traveler’s Wife

I’ve seen this movie a few times, and I loved it. The first time I watched it, I had no idea it was based on a book. It’s about a guy who has a genetic disorder that allows him to time travel. Which results in his wife feeling lonely and out of sync dealing with his absences.

World Gratitude Day

Today is World Gratitude Day! Be sure to express to others how much you appreciate them. Always tell people that you love them.

Just because today is World Gratitude Day doesn’t mean you have to wait until next year to express your gratitude. You can journal it, or you can simply express your feelings to yourself and others. Make every day World Gratitude Day!

Taxi Driver Chapter Seven

Here is the seventh and final chapter of Taxi Driver, in case you are behind or would like to reread the previous chapters again, here is everything Taxi Driver related.

Chapter Seven


Elizabeth decided she was done browsing around the gift shop, until something drew her attention. She knew she had to immediately buy it.

She decided to go back up to see Theodore and Evan. She hopped on the nearest elevator and pressed button four, and waited for the doors to close, suddenly someone had extended their arm in the nick of time. It was a gentleman about her age. He was able to hop on to the elevator as well.

“Good afternoon”, he said as he pressed button five.

“Hi,” Elizabeth said, patiently waiting for the elevator to reach the fourth floor.

“I’m visiting my mom. She had surgery yesterday.” He said, making conversation.

“Nice, I hope she is okay. I’m visiting my father-in-law. Have a great day!” She said, as she waved back, hopping off the elevator.

She then walked down the long hallway, thinking about what she would say to Evan after he had said something so hurtful. Tears began to roll down her cheeks.

Finally, after that long walk to Theodore’s room, she wiped all of her tears before she knocked on the door.

The knock then alerted Theodore, who was lost in thought at the time.

“Come in!” Theodore said, not knowing who it was.

“Hey, I just need to talk to Evan. Alone. If that’s okay?” Elizabeth said.

“Sure. I’ll be right back, Dad.” Evan said squeezing his Dad’s hand before departing the room.

“I heard what you had said to Theodore.” Elizabeth confessed.

“Babe, what are you talking about?” Evan said all confused.

“That you wished you weren’t having a baby!” Elizabeth raised her voice a bit.

“There is something I have been keeping from you.” Evan began.

“Oh, yeah? What’s that?” Elizabeth asked, trying to fight back the tears, again.

“Look, you can’t tell my sisters, and especially not my mother. Promise?” Evan asked.

“Okay, I promise.” Elizabeth said meaningfully.

“My dad was born with this super power, if you will call it that. He has been able to help others deal with their problems.” Evan confessed.

“So, he’s like what? A therapist on the side? Or something?” Elizabeth wondered.

“No, not exactly. Let’s take a walk around the hospital, instead of just standing here. Like when he was driving his cab, he was able to detect what was actually happening in his clients’ lives. Like he met your dad awhile back.” Evan replied.

“What about my dad?”

“Our memories must have gotten altered as we grew up. My dad told me that our dads go way back. He also said that he stopped Deryck from robbing a bank in order to help your grandparents, since they didn’t have a lot of money at the time. He couldn’t find a job, so he resorted to rob a bank. Because my dad stopped him from doing that, they became really good friends, and you and I got to hang out a lot when we were babies and toddlers. In fact our Godparents are now our in-laws.”

“That is really crazy. How come my dad never told me this?”

“Maybe he was embarrassed. But anyway, I’m getting off track now. My dad was able to help out so many people like your father make better choices for themselves. I’m proud of him. He has an amazing legacy. But what he failed to tell me was that…” Evan said, but he paused to clear his throat because his eyes became glossy.

“Let’s sit. You seem really distressed.” Elizabeth said, as they walked over to chairs in the seated area.

“See, this secret power is passed down a father to his son, so my sisters don’t have this ability, like I do. The same thing has happened to me before, I took people to places they didn’t realize they needed to go. It happened countless of times. All this time, I felt like I had to hide this from everyone, but I actually didn’t. My dad knew I had this whole time. My dad was born with this, just like I was. And so was my grandfather.”

“Okay, but I don’t see how this resulted in you saying that you don’t want a baby.” Elizabeth said with sadness.

“See, that’s the thing. There can only be two of us that have this magical power at a time. So, because we are having a son, he will be born with this, which means the world doesn’t need my dad anymore.” Evan said, as he sobbed.

“So, you’re saying that’s how he knew we were having a son? Because he knew he was dying.” Elizabeth asked.

“Yes. I said that if I had knew that us having a baby boy, would result in my dad dying, I would have waited a few more years, or something. Or just adopted, or anything so I could have had more time with him.”

“Honey, listen. I know this must be tough for you, and I somewhat get everything, although this has been a lot to take in. But, just know that your dad did a lot of great things. He has helped many people. He brought us together, which I am really happy. Eventually, we all have to go through those gates, he is just going there before us. With his passing, he will be able to be reunited with all of the other people that have passed before him. It doesn’t mean that we won’t ever see him again. His memory will live on in us. In our baby. So, don’t be sad. Be glad that he was able to live such an amazing life.” Elizabeth said, as she hugged Evan.

Evan released himself from the hug, to sob in his hands.

“Yeah, I guess you’re right. His memory will live on. This isn’t the end.” Evan admitted, reaching out and touching Elizabeth’s stomach, and felt him kick.

They both laughed, through their tears.

“Just know that your dad wouldn’t want you hate yourself. He wanted to live out your life to the fullest, just like he had.” Elizabeth said.

Elizabeth’s words really did comfort Evan.

They decided to go back to his dad’s room.

When they had walked in, Elizabeth pulled out her gift from the gift bag. It was a blue onesie that read “My Grandpa loves me” with a big red heart.

Evan and Theodore both smiled.

“Well, Dad, we should getting go, dinner is going to be here soon. We love you so much.” Evan said as they gathered their belongings.

They each gave him a kiss good bye, before departing from the room.

When they got back, they ate dinner, and began getting ready for bed.

Elizabeth had woken up in pain, as she noticed her water just broke.

“Evan! It’s happening!” Elizabeth yelled as she changed her clothes.

Evan took off the sheets so he can eventually clean them. He was feeling really happy, until… the phone rang.

He ran to his phone and answered it.

“Hey, it’s me, Sarah, sorry for calling this hour, but I just got off the phone with one of dad’s doctors.”

“Yeah, bad news I assume?” Evan asked, fully knowing what Sarah was going to say.

“Yeah, they are telling us he doesn’t have a lot of time left. They have sedated him since he has been in a lot of pain.”

“Yeah, I gotta take Elizabeth to the hospital, do you think you can call Olivia?” Evan asked.

“Oh, wow! Is it happening?”

“Yes.” Evan said nervously.

“Well, I gotta call Olivia, so I’ll meet you there. I love you.” Sarah said.

Evan and Elizabeth grabbed their overnight bag, and hurried over to the hospital. They eventually met up with Olivia and Sarah. Their husbands stayed with the children since they were all too young to understand.

Evan and Elizabeth excused themselves because a nurse was escorting them to their delivering room.

“When you have our baby, my Dad will pass away, just like when my parents had me, my grandpa died. I would like to spend the last few hours with my Dad, if that’s okay. I’m so sorry.” Evan confessed.

“Yes, you can do that. I won’t mind. My mom will be here shortly. Tell him I love him, too.” Elizabeth said.

Evan ran to Theodore’s room, where Olivia and Sarah were. Eventually so after that Amelia walks into the room.

The three children all looked sad and hugged their mom.

“Wait, Evan, why are you? Aren’t you supposed to be with Elizabeth?” Sarah asked.

A moment passed before Amelia pieced the puzzle together.

“Elizabeth is having the baby?!” Amelia said with joy and sadness.

“Do you think she would want me there with her?” Olivia offered.

“Her mom is coming, so it’s up to you. She will understand.”

Evan, his sisters and his mom decided to stay with Theodore.

Olivia and Amelia went to the cafeteria to get everyone some tea.

“I’m going to miss him so much.” Sarah said crying.

“Me, too.” Evan said, as him and Sarah held onto Theodore’s hand ever tighter.

They all shared their favourite memories growing up, and how their father shaped them into becoming the best versions of themselves because of him.

Simultaneously, as Theodore left Earth, Evan’s and Elizabeth’s son was born.

They all took some time to mourn him. A priest came by to bless him on his journey to Heaven.

They eventually would say goodbye to him as they took his belongings with them.

“I’m going to check on Elizabeth now, I’ll be right back.” Evan said slowly walking to the nurse’s station to find out which room she was in.

He eventually found his way after getting lost.

“Hey, I’m here.” Evan said walking into the room, looking at his precious son in Elizabeth’s arms.

Evan kissed Elizabeth, and then gave his son a peck on the forehead.

“Meet Eli Theodore Henderson.” Elizabeth said.

“I love it. Thank you for adding my father’s name. That means so much to me.” Evan said as he threw himself onto the chair.

“Well, Theodore will live on in Eli.” Elizabeth said.

“He looks like my dad and myself.” Evan realized, as Elizabeth smiled.

Eventually the ladies stopped by to meet Eli. They were admiring how cute he is.

A few days have passed and they had laid Theodore to rest. It was an emotional day, but they got through because they had each other.

Although the pain and emptiness was too much for Amelia to bear, and she had passed away a few months later. The siblings were able to stay in touch and be apart of each other’s lives throughout the months. The deaths of their parents actually brought them closer, as they learned not to take moments for granted.

April 2082

All of the Henderson family members are doing well. The siblings are all close, and the cousins get along just fine.

They were all celebrating Easter dinner.

“Would you like some wine, Ashley?” Erica asked.

Ashley politely declined.

“There is something we would like to tell you. We are pregnant with a baby boy, and he’ll be here at the end of August!”

“Oh my goodness! I’m going to be an auntie!” Emily exclaimed, jumping up to hug Ashley.

Eli was the first one of the cousins to get married and have a baby. Evan was secretly sad but happy for Eli. He realized that his grandson was the reason why he hasn’t been feeling all that great since the year started.

Elizabeth was too happy to realize why Evan wasn’t as joyful as she was, until the day drew to a close.

Evan made plans and goals for himself that he could do with the remaining four months of his life.

He spent a lot of time with his family. Him and Elizabeth prepared their will, and he donated lots of things.

Evan and Elizabeth spent the summer at a cottage. He picked up the skills of fishing by watching videos and reading books. It was a hot day in July. They really enjoyed their vacation together. They expected it to be their last one.

After a delicious lunch, Elizabeth decided to take a nap, because Evan was going to to the pond and catch some fish.

Evan took all of fishing accessories and rods with him to the pond. He began to set up his station, by organizing his bait.

Suddenly the clouds got darker. Evan didn’t think it was supposed to storm today, but he thought wrong. It began to pour and lightning lit up the sky. And eventually struck him knocking him to the ground.

The loud thunder woken Elizabeth up. Elizabeth realized she had overslept from her nap, and woke up to an empty cottage. She began to panic, calling out for him.

No answer.

She wondered if he was still fishing, although he doesn’t stay out this late.

She put on her shoes and grabbed her phone as she ran out towards the pond.

The ground was drenched from the downpour so she had almost fell a few times.

She then saw Evan’s motionless body. She ran up to him and saw his lightning burn. She quickly called an ambulance. Elizabeth hugged him dearly until the paramedics came.

They placed Evan on the stretcher and loaded him into the ambulance. Elizabeth hopped into the back and held his hand.

They went over his medical history and she had told them that he has been experiencing headaches for the past few months now.

Evan was in a coma, but that never stopped Elizabeth or his family to visit him.

A few weeks and he was still unresponsive. Elizabeth couldn’t let her husband go, so she never let any of the doctors unplug him.

Elizabeth still remembers what happened to Theodore. She was counting down the days until August 19th – Ashley’s due date.

Suddenly in the evening of August 18th, Ashley was feeling severe stomach pain, followed by her water breaking.

Elizabeth stood by Evan’s side, holding his hand, telling him all of their great memories they’ve shared together. She had seen something that she hasn’t seen before.

“Nurse! Somebody please!” Elizabeth hollered as she ran into the hallway begging for someone’s assistance.

Ashley and Eli rushed to the hospital, where she had gave birth to a healthy baby boy.

“What do you think of Eric?” Eli asked.

“Yes! That’s it!” Ashley said giving Eric a kiss.

Meanwhile, the nurse came in and asked Elizabeth what happened.

“He squeezed my hand, and he opened his eyes!” Elizabeth exclaimed as the nurse was examining Evan.

Three Days Later

Eli, Ashley and Eric all stopped by to visit Elizabeth and Evan in Evan’s hospital.

“Hey, Eli” Evan said weakly.

“We would love for you to meet Eric Evan Henderson.” Ashley said handing him to Elizabeth.

Elizabeth had the biggest smile on her face, as she was in awe.

Ashley and Eli eventually left.

Elizabeth was so happy that she still had Evan.

“Honey, you did it! You’ve beat the curse.” Elizabeth exclaimed.

“I guess me getting struck by lightning saved my life.” Evan said, as Elizabeth held his hand.

Day 81 of 193

In the container I had at my sister’s house, had found multiple head bands. I don’t really wear them anymore. At least not as much anymore. I used to wear them every day.

But this was one of them, I no longer wanted to have, as you can I still had the price tag on it. I won it in one of those surprise bags.

I kept a few of the ones I used to wear. But I’m going to pass this one on to my Grandma because she would know someone that would like this.

Containers Full of Stuff

So, after I had moved in with my boyfriend, I kind of left behind some of my things in my old room at my mom’s house. Only because at the time my boyfriend was still living with his family, so we were limited to space.

Another reason why I couldn’t go back to my mom’s and go through my stuff is because it was a long bus ride to and from my boyfriend’s house to my mom’s house. I actually hate that I had left more stuff there. It wasn’t really responsible of me to do.

My mom’s friend was planning in on staying in my room for some time, since she just had broken up with her boyfriend. My sister lived at my mom’s for a bit, too, so she had some of her things there.

Because my sister had stuff there, her boyfriend drove us over to my mom’s house so we can gather up our things from my room. It was a last minute thing, so my sister’s boyfriend bought containers and we placed all of my belongings in these containers. My sister and her boyfriend stored my containers in their basement. After about a year and a half, I can finally start sorting through my things.

I am really happy that I have my stuff back. Since I have been working on my decluttering my belongings, I can see what is actually valuable to me. I am so grateful that I no longer have to haul all of these things with me anymore.

I will for sure talk more about these belongings in the upcoming days.

I was reunited with my Little House on the Prairies book set, which made me so happy. I missed those books.

Power of Now – Eckhart Tolle Review

So, I have finally finished reading The Power of Now, by Eckhart Tolle. It was an amazing read. This Friday, I will be posting about his other book, Practicing the Power of Now, which I am really excited to start.

What I like about the book was how insightful and inspiring it was. It is really enlightening and encourages me to focus on the present, instead of dwelling in the past, or stressing about the future.

It provides me with quotable material that helps me keep on track with a simple life.

It did take me a few attempts of reading it, I finally was able to read it. I kept on thinking about it from time to time. It is a really insightful book, and some chapters were a bit too intense which is why it took me a long time to finish it.

Overall, it was an inspiring book, I highly recommend it.

Rating 3.5 out of 5 stars.

Liebster Award #4

Hi everyone, I am super excited to have been nominated again! I have had such a busy weekend, but I am glad that I can caught up with my posts.

I would like to thank Abi for nominating me. It means a lot to me that she has nominated me for this wonderful award. She has an amazing blog. She writes about her life, and things that interests her. She enjoys cooking, and The Office (U.S.). You can check it out, here,


Be sure to include The Liebster Award Logo
Thank the blogger who nominated you.
Answer 11 questions the blogger asked you.
Nominate 11 bloggers
Make up to 11 questions and ask them to your nominees.
Notify your 11 nominees.

My Answers

  1. What inspired you to start a blog?
    I used to work at a burger place about 5.5 years ago. All of my coworkers suggested to me that I should start a blog because the world needs more positive vibes. At the time I was reading a lot of self help books. It took me a few months to really decide to pursue my blog. But that’s how it started. I first started blogging in May of 2015.
  2. Do you think blogging is fun?
    Yes, of course! I love blogging. I enjoy it because I feel like I’m inspiring other people to do and be a better person. I like writing about different subjects so I can help people in various subjects.
  3. Did you ever feel like discontinuing your blog post?
    I always publish all of my thoughts. But discontinuing my blog, yes, sort of. After writing a blog for one year, I kind of stopped longer than I intended to because I also had forgotten my log in password. I picked up this blog in May of this year. I’m glad I came back to writing this blog.
  4. What is your best quality?
    I would say my patience. I always get complimented that I have a lot of patience with others. It made me a really good trainer a my job. I was in their spot not too long ago, so I was someone who could empathize and understand where they are coming from. That trait goes beyond training new trainees, but for my life as well. I find that my patience helps me be more caring.
  5. A thing you would like to change about yourself or others?
    I sometimes wish people were as caring as me. Because it seems like the world is filled with a lot of hate and negative things. I know not everyone is evil, but there are some people who just don’t care about others.
  6. What’s the best thing that has ever happened to you?
    I feel like there are so many great things that happened to me. But perhaps it was when my sister told me I was going to be an official Auntie. It’s a lot of fun, because I can see myself and my sister in her. I love our cuddles. We have a lot of fun. I get to read all of our favourite books, and explore new books, too. I let her borrow my Princess and fairy tale stories.
  7. What’s the best part about writing a blog?
    The best part about blogging is being able to inspire others to make changes in their life.
  8. What do you think is important for a blog?
    The most important thing about a blog is just being real, and staying true to yourself. You shouldn’t have to be someone you aren’t. Another important thing is to have fun.
  9. A fun fact about yourself.
    I like to keep a list of all he teas I have tried. I also keep a list of TV shows, and movies my boyfriend and I have watched together.
  10. What is your biggest pet peeve?
    Despite being a positive person, I do have a few pet peeves. I dislike when people are always late. Like it’s okay if you’re late once in awhile, it’s okay, but if it’s a regular thing, no, I start to get annoyed. And another thing I hate when I ask people what their plans are for the upcoming Saturday on a Monday, and then people finally reply to me on a Friday night. Just people making last minute plans bothers me.
  11. Lastly, your favourite place on earth (a part from home obviously).
    My Grandparent’s house! I miss going there for sleepovers, or just hanging out over dinner. They live in a retirement home, for the past four years. I like going over to their room at their retirement home. But I love their house, because of all of the memories we have shared with them. They were at their home all of my childhood and teenager years, so there are a lot of memories in that place.

My Questions

  1. What’s your preferred method of transportation? (Air, boat, bike, car, train, your own feet, taxi).
  2. What are your top three favourite hobbies?
  3. What makes you angry?
  4. What is your biggest fear?
  5. If money were no object, what would you do all day?
  6. What is the best you have ever been given?
  7. What is your biggest regret?
  8. What is on your bucket list for this year?
  9. What’s your philosophy in life?
  10. What’s the longest you have gone without sleep, and why?
  11. Where do you see yourself in five years?

My Nominations

Congratulations to all of the nominees. I wish I can nominate everyone, but if you weren’t nominated, don’t give up. Keep on blogging and spreading love and positive vibes. The world needs more joy.

With Love,
Three Yellow Daisies xoxo ❤

Liebster Award #3

Hey everyone! I am beyond excited to be nominated for this award. It makes me happy because it reminds of how much my posts inspire others. I believe that our words have the power to heal other people, instead of using them to hurt others.

I would like to thank, My Unspoken Thoughts, for nominating for this amazing award. Thank you for believing in me. My Unspoken Thoughts writes amazing and inspirational poetry, that everyone should check out. I enjoy reading empowering poetry about various subjects.


1. Thank the blogger who nominated you.
2. Share 11 facts about yourself.
3. Answer the 11 questions the blogger asked you.
4. Nominate the 11 bloggers and make them happy..!
5. Make upto 11 questions and ask them to your nominees.
6. Notify your 11 nominees.

11 Facts About Me

  1. I have moved five times in my life, thus far.
  2. My favourite sport to watch is hockey.
  3. I have a lot of determination, and I believe in myself, so that makes it difficult for me to walk away from my goals, and dreams. I like to accomplish everything I put my mind to.
  4. I am the third born grandchild on both sides of my family.
  5. I met my boyfriend at a mutual friend’s house, just over six years ago.
  6. One of my favourite genres of movies is thriller. I like the feeling of trying to solve mysteries.
  7. One of my favourite dishes to make is chicken noodle soup and chicken stir fry.
  8. I have a total of five nieces and nephews, one biological niece from my sister, and two nieces and two nephews from my boyfriend’s siblings.
  9. One of my preferred relaxing activities is practicing yoga, meditation and drinking tea.
  10. I would love to make my 30s about traveling to new places. I have a list of places where I want to travel to. My top three are London (England), Bali and Kenya, Africa. It has always been a dream of mine to travel to Africa because they have the Giraffe Manor, where you can see and feed giraffes. And for those that might not, giraffes are my favourite animals.
  11. I love reading. I also love reading quotes, and having quotes in my posts, and I have a vision board filled of quotes and my dreams.

In case you would like to see my vision board.

My Answers

  1. What is your limit to strive for your goals?
    I don’t have any limits on my goals, I always have to accomplish them whenever I set them. I make my goals because I know the award of the goal is good, whether it brings me happiness, or money, or helps others. I enjoy helping people.
  2. Have you ever belittled someone for your sake of pleasure?
    Child me, yes, because I didn’t realize it was rude and I didn’t know better. But as an adult, no, I don’t believe in that.
  3. What do you think is the most wrong thing that is still prevailing in this world?
    Unfortunately there are many things that is continuing to happen, despite how negative they are. Unfortunately, I can’t pick just one, but the first three that came to mind are war, racism, and homelessness.
  4. What inspires you to rise and shine everyday?
    Knowing that I have another day to live and that I get to help others and accomplish my goals.
  5. Do you feel like prioritizing between your family time and your goals? And if so, which will you prioritize first and why?
    I hate to admit this, but I sometimes would I prioritize my goals over my family time. Unless it’s my sister, she is one of my family members I can’t say no to. I live with my boyfriend, so we don’t see our families unless it’s a holiday or a birthday. We don’t really get together just because. But we will eventually, it’s just that life is busy right now.
  6. Anything that demotivates you?
    Things that demotivate me is that there are no rewards from that action. Like I do something, like at my old job, there was very little rewarding tasks. And for some reason, no one really liked me there. So some days it was difficult for me to go there and be happy.
  7. What distracts you from focusing over anything? If any, how can you overcome that?
    There are a few things that may prevent me from focusing on my goals, like watching an episode of my favourite show, reading a really good book that I can’t put down. I feel like there are may be more, but those were the first that came to mind. I can overcome this by scheduling time to accomplish my goals and having leisure time to read and watch my shows.
  8. Life is filled of chances, would you mind giving someone a second chance?
    Yes, most of the time I do give people second chances. Unless they had hurt me really badly the first time.
  9. If you could change anything today, what would that be?
    I wish that my boyfriend and I had our own place.
  10. Why is writing so important to you?
    Writing is important to me because I enjoy helping people and inspiring them to be better.
  11. What is your purpose of your writing?
    My purpose is to help other people realize that they matter, things can get better, because everything is only temporary. I remind people that things will get better. I love helping people realize that they can improve their lives.

My Questions

  1. What are you most determined to do in your life?
  2. Who is the most powerful person alive? And why? Could be a famous person, or perhaps one of your family or friends.
  3. What is the one thing that should be taught in school, but isn’t?
  4. How do you recharge?
  5. What is something you are certain you’ll never experience?
  6. What do you think are the five most beautiful things in the world? Why?
  7. What obstacles are you trying to overcome?
  8. What do you take for granted?
  9. What is one responsibility you wish you didn’t have?
  10. What’s your favourite trait about yourself?
  11. What’s something you enjoy that you never get tired of?

My Nominations

I can’t wait to read your responses! 🙂

With Love,
Three Yellow Daisies xo ❤