The colour wheel has been arranged in a harmony, to suit the nature of colours and to please the eyes, just like the shades of life. We all know life in primary colours, there’s childhood, full of wonder and rapt. Then comes adulthood, time of passion and ambition. At last, comes old age, where the light starts to dim and the sound starts to fade. Is this all? No.
What makes life, life, are the secondary and tertiary colours, the colours you don’t know of or don’t think about.
My favourite colour is Lavender, it is grayish purple or pinkish magenta or pale bluish indigo. For me, it is a feeling, lavender is hope or happiness or just life.
My Lavender can be your teal or turquoise or cardinal. Life is made of myriad shades, so live it in Myriad Shades, do not get stuck in the Red and Green and Blue. Live before you run out of shades.
March was a month full of an empty feeling and somehow fulfilling at the same time.
I went on a road trip with one of my closest friends which was really amazing and something we’ve been planning for months.
I finished my creative writing course and now I feel a little bit professional. The class was an amazing and enlightening experience. In the class, I met so many intellectually developed and mentally skilled people. It was really hard to say goodbye and to accept that we won’t be discussing topics in the class every day.
I saw the Beauty and the Beast (La Beaut et la Beast) with my sister and it was amazing. I mean Emma Watson and a Disney production, it had to be amazing.
There was a lot more activity in the month but above events were a little more significant.
Mentally- I feel refreshed and ready to try writing in a different way.
Physically- I think it was the best month yet.
Conclusion- There’s always tomorrow (I hope).
I have recently developed a little too much interest in coffee. I have always liked coffee but now I am into trying different kinds of coffee so I thought why not share this interest of mine with you people. Today I tried a twix frappuccino from Starbucks and what’s different about this drink is that it is not available on their menu. It is a customised drink and is perfect for whipped cream and caramel syrup lovers. It is the sweetest coffee I have ever had and I liked it, it looks charming which is just another plus.
Base drink: Caramel Frappuccino
- 1-2 pumps of caramel syrup
- 1-2 pumps of hazelnut syrup
- Java chips
- Drizzle the cup with mocha and caramel for proper twix effect.
If you do not have a sweet tooth then this drink is not for you.