Mikee likes to refer to herself in the third person sometimes.
This online journal is a collection of stories from the classroom, the corporate office and everywhere in between.
Even if it’s a dumb story, telling it changes other people just the slightest little bit, just as living the story changes me. An infinitesimal change. And that infinitesimal change ripples outward –ever forgotten, but the stories will last. And so we all matter –maybe less than a lot, but always more than none.
–An Abundance of Katherines, John Green
It is crucial for her to find Anne through her stories, for Anne is the adult who knows the difference between right and wrong and acts after deciding carefully without letting her soft side take over. Mikee is controlled by her child self who is deeply fascinated with all things bright and beautiful. Her parent self contemplates her actions and guides her with virtues close to home. And if you don’t know what the metaphor means, think id, ego, superego –concepts from Psychology, a science she seeks to spend her lifetime studying.
She leaves it to your better judgment to decide if her thoughts are worth sharing and if Anne is worth finding.
There are things that you have to tuck away to maintain a semblance of order, things that you only pull out when necessary. There are labels for every thought and every emotion required in a situation so you know where to find them when you need them. I’m usually good at not letting the contents spill through the cracks, but some days prove more difficult than others.
Tomorrow I will put on my usual chatty self and keep the demons at bay. That’s what the locks are for anyway.
Children don’t usually play with my phone because all the games I have are puzzles, word games and brain teasers. It’s pretentiously nerdy but since I have poor hand-eye coordination, I actually enjoy getting my brain fired up. However, like all games, these can become time-consuming and addicting. Thankfully, M’ Cel of Red Ribbon introduced mobile brain training to me and now I can learn and have fun on a daily basis at a regulated pace!
Last December my friend, Mech showed me pictures of adorable puppies and asked (okay, maybe I sort of begged him to ask) if I wanted to give one of them a home. Having waited 23 years for this opportunity, I did not even think twice before saying yes. Yes, I would love to have a puppy! Yes, I promise to give her a happy home. Yes, I would willingly give my heart and soul to become a new mom (to a pet)! YES IN ALL FORMS!!!