Happy 20th Birthday to me! (It was yesterday)

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My parent’s have done so much for me, like paying my parking tickets to listening to my countless stupid stories. No matter what I do, they are always there smiling, waiting and helping. Thank you mom and dad, for being my parents and not my friends. There’s something special when a Parent is a Parent, and not your friend. I would not have made it this far with a bunch of friends, but with two parent’s who knew exactly who they were since the day I first came into the world. They knew they were going to have me before I was even conceived and they determined that I would be born with a purpose and not as an accident. That I would be named Christine not because it sounded nice, or that I looked like a Christine but because the name held great power among my family. Because the last person who bore this name in my family was someone who well respected not only among her own beloved but across this country. Thank you mom for having that dream of me, the little girl with long curly eyelashes, for playing jazz music when I was small baby. Thank you for giving me ballet lessons when I was small and reading Harry Potter books to me in your fabulous British accent before I went to bed. Thank you dad for letting me watch Annie, The King & I and other great musicals. For singing “Getting to Know You” as a lullaby. And drawing me cartoon characters inspiring me to draw. Thank you for teaching me about God, about family, about love and about respect. Thank you for suffering, for crying, for yelling, for whoppings. For all of this was to get me to this point. And I thank you, I love you. 
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Comic Writing is Tough

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Comic Writing and so much more!

Imperfect Writer: My Journey to Finding Myself

Comic Writing is Tough

These are couple pictures I drew from a comic I’m re-writing. I started writing Angel Wing when I was 12 or 13 years old I haven’t touched in 6 years. Just recently I happened to look back on it with fondness and decided to back these characters with new life. Here is my old comic cover and the re-vamps I did on the characters

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Comic Writing is Tough

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Comic Writing is Tough

These are couple pictures I drew from a comic I’m re-writing. I started writing Angel Wing when I was 12 or 13 years old I haven’t touched in 6 years. Just recently I happened to look back on it with fondness and decided to back these characters with new life. Here is my old comic cover and the re-vamps I did on the characters

Resolutions turned into Lifetime Goals

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Life is what you make of it…. Use your free will.

Imperfect Writer: My Journey to Finding Myself

  I have no resolutions this year, cause to be honest they have been the same since I was 8 years old. To lose weight, to get good grades, to become extremely pretty and to find love. Growing up they slowly changed and shifted into more rational wishes such as to become a healthy weight, to find the proper set of people in my life, to be successful in school and to be more confident. I’m sure when another year goes by I will still wish for these things unless they are accomplished within this year somehow. 

 Now could these  be stupid resolutions, maybe. Should I give up on them and forget about the New Years all together because I will never accomplish them, maybe. But we all somewhat wish for true love, we all wish to be happy and successful and we all wish for long life if not…

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Resolutions turned into Lifetime Goals

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  I have no resolutions this year, cause to be honest they have been the same since I was 8 years old. To lose weight, to get good grades, to become extremely pretty and to find love. Growing up they slowly changed and shifted into more rational wishes such as to become a healthy weight, to find the proper set of people in my life, to be successful in school and to be more confident. I’m sure when another year goes by I will still wish for these things unless they are accomplished within this year somehow. 

 Now could these  be stupid resolutions, maybe. Should I give up on them and forget about the New Years all together because I will never accomplish them, maybe. But we all somewhat wish for true love, we all wish to be happy and successful and we all wish for long life if not eternity, am I correct. Especially those who wish for world peace, and freedom of deadly diseases like cancer and such. Are these wishes stupid, are they meaningless and somewhat impossible.

Why should we let impossibilities hold us down, I wonder. Now I understand just going into the new years with no plans, no goals and just winging it. But I also do not look down upon those who wish to plan, to prepare or even set up their new year. Maybe they will never weight, maybe they’ll never fall in love, maybe there will never be cure for cancer. But what’s wrong for wishing for it. 

I still believe in the impossible, I still believe that people can do great things when they desire to do great things. That we can cure cancer when we choose to actually cure cancer and not play around with it or let it destroy us. The impossible is only what you choose not to see, what you choose not to believe, what you choose is the end. If you think its impossible to be happy, then you have chosen not to be happy. If you believe there is no such thing as love, then you have compromised to not fall in love. 

You choose what you want your year to be, not anybody else. So if you have resolution go with it, but always remember it is up to you to be successful.