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Published December 23, 2013 by sophiachandler

To say that Saturday was anything but magic would not have been right.

Because it was.


Okay I’m just going to stop with the dramatic intro. I’m still on my #YOLO high after all my partying on Saturday. Remember I told you guys I would be partying non-stop for three days? I’m back! And ready to update you guys on what happened!

On Friday it was a gathering at Jason’s house. I might or might not have mentioned that. I’m just going to rush through this part because the real deal is the next day, but anyways, it was a bit awkward with all our friends around. Especially since they knew about it. I swear I tried to enjoy myself and have fun with Clarissa (remember the Cohens I went on vacation with? That was my best friend mentioned) and her lil’ sister, Elle. Who is too cute for words. I got myself wet splashing around in the wading pool after trying to get my slipper which I dropped in the pool. Then we played wink murder, which I shall not go into detail about because my performance was too embarassing to discuss.


“We’re goin’ at it tonight, tonight
There’s a party on the rooftop
Top of the world tonight, tonight
And we’re dancin’ on the edge of the Hollywood sign”
~Tonight, Tonight by Hot Chelle Rae

I think it was all a blur. But this is the party where I’ve finally opened out and stepped out of my comfortable, cynical, world-mocking shell for a long moment to take a deep breath and see the beauty of being human, of being crazy and normal and letting everything go for one night. We played Truth or Dare, and I let all my secrets evaporate into the misty, cool night air, not once stopping to turn back and bow my head. I hugged people. I hugged people I don’t talk to normally, people I’m wary of, people my once paranoid self termed as “hates me” and people I love and cherish very deeply (I’m talking about you Kia, CCJ, Clarissa and Sam!), so much that I point to them and go, “She’s my girlfriend.” (Remember that for your whole life, Kia!)

I think this is the first time I’ve truly ever felt like I belong.

Sunday was really nothing, but I managed to eat quite a bit for the buffet! I had a nice long nap afterwards ^^

Earlier today I had my high school orientation. It was nice seeing all my friends again, and hugging them to death, and learning that I would be taking up Japanese on the side together with Kia and a couple other friends. I got my books and stationery – the usual stuff. Nothing very new or exciting.

When I came home, I brainstormed a bit and… I am pleased to announce that I am in the midst of writing a new story! Once I proofread my first chaoter and stuff, it will be up on my Wattpad page. I’ll inform you guys too!

And I realise I haven’t been using my Twitter a lot lately… I’ll be starting to now!



The Power of FRUITS (and Their Unbelievable Cuteness)

Published November 28, 2013 by sophiachandler

I can’t believe I just discovered THIS:

(image taken from Juice Cubes: Android Apps on Google Play)
This game is absolutely cute. It’s kinda like Candy Crush (or, how my best friend pronounces it, ‘Cahndy Crrrrrrrrush”), but instead of candy, you get fruits like the apple pictured above, strawberries, coconuts and a grape. Also, in Candy Crush you have to ‘swap’ the candy around, whereas in here you’re just connecting the fruits together. You can make horizontal, vertical and diagonal connections. I’ve just started playing, but it’s difficult to concentrate because WILL YOU LOOK AT THOSE FRUITS. Those are the cutest ever fruits I have ever seen in my whole entire life!
I’m chatting to CCJ on Facebook right now, and I have obsessed greatly over the cuteness of Juice Cubes. She thinks I’m high. T^T No one here understands the true greatness of Juice Cubes. Meh.
Here’s a related post on Juice Cubes: Juice Cubes: A well made Candy Crush clone
I’m currently trying to update my About page, and failing terribly at it too, so you shall see an updated version coming up soon…. hopefully.
On that happy note, I shall now take my leave! (Nope, no songs for you guys (or, should I say: y’all) today.)