I love my friends. They are more precious than anything (exceptions – family). Some last a month, maybe 2-4, others last for years. When you gain and lose friends, you realize the importance that they have in your life. Some friendships are like bulletproof , fireproof glass. There ain’t a thing in the world that can cause a scratch. And I, am lucky enough to have some friends as such.
Even after being separated from them, I am confident that our friendship is one to last long! Friends come and go but there can be nobody to take your place.What are a few 1000 miles in comparison to the 5 years of close friendship? Staying in a different country is not going to have any impact on those 1825 days of laughter, secrets, hangouts, gossip and love! I will always love you people. And I miss you like hell! Friends forever! Mwah.
Current Read is sort of like a blog hop that I invented. Every now and then I will be posting about what I am currently reading and about how the book is so far – the pace of the story, my expectations and assumptions of what would probably happen in the future and so on. So this week I am reading a book called The Book of Tomorrow by Cecelia Ahern. I have reached around 120-something page. And so far its a good book, which was quite surprising, because uptill now I have found it a little difficult to actually finish a Cecelia Ahern book. Its not that I have tried all of her books (and didn’t like any) but I did read a part of A Place Called Here and I couldn’t get past the first couple of chapters. I guess the story is too slow paced for me. I was not able to find that gripping factor in APCH.
Anyhow the book is about Tamara(the main character) who comes across this diary that writes itself (yea! so awesome!! ) and what she finds out from the diary turns her whole world upside down..The characters are all really interesting. They are like never-heard-of-before kind of characters. I have read several (understatement!) books and believe me! never have I ever come across characters so bizarre (in a comical way) and totally different. I am enjoying it. Will put up the review as soon as I finish. Before I sign off – 5 cheers for the BUS OF BOOKS!! How awesome would that be??!?! To have a bus full of books (moving library) come door to door. God! *siggh* I would go CRAZYY. Stay tuned to know more about the book. Its good one – you all should try it.
“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I took the road less travelled by. And that has made all the difference”
One of my favorite quote by Robert Frost. Ever since I studied this poem in 8th grade I have been in love with it. Long before I began reading (and actually liking) poems, this one had comfortably settled down in a corner of my heart. Not many people know this, but whenever I feel low or not confident, I whisper this quote over and over to myself. And it truly acts like a morale booster.
What is your favorite quote?
Developer – DroidHen
Rating – 4 stars
Not being a BIG game addict, I am very picky about the games I choose to play (unlike some people I know, who play absolutely anything and everything). I always find myself hurriedly scrolling down the page until something catches my eye. So I guess you could describe me as one of those “judge the book by its cover” kind of people. After playing Farm Frenzy and Harvest Moon, I started browsing in search of similar games. That’s when I came across Miracle City (among many others). Lets just say it is the perfect match for what I was looking.
Miracle City provides us gamers with one square plot on which a palace has been built in the centre. The whole purpose of the game is to build houses, various shops (tailor shop , butcher shop , bar, sawmill, orchards) around this palace and collect tax from all of it. After reaching a certain level we get to expand the area of the plot and also access the 4 different realms – South, North, East and West. Among other goals, we also have to plant vegetables and fruits & harvest them. The graphics is excellent compared to some games. It loads fast enough but requires internet connection in order to do anything. Every time we collect tax from the houses and shops, there is this clinking sound of all the coins, which I really like. We can visit other farms and befriend other users. Helping other users is also a source of income.
According to me, the only bad thing about this game is the fact that Crystals (also used to buy things) are very very hard to get (unless you are prepared to spend actually money to buy it). And many important items to be built can ONLY be bought with crystals! What the hell! Atleast they should have given an option to either buy it with “coins or crystals”. Then I would have been able to buy it with coins (however much it is) but now where am I supposed to get crystals from?!?!
Anyway, slowly, I am getting better at this game but it’s a long way to the top of the ranking list. I would definitely recommend this game to all the Sims fans, Virtual Villagers fans, Harvest Moon fans. It does not really reach the Sims standards but it’s a good alternative. Hope you enjoy the game!
“The only real failure in life is failure to try”
With that in mind, I decided to give it another go. After 2 hours of laborious writing and a heap of crumpled paper on my bedroom floor, I closed my eyes, took a deep breathe and jotted down the first thing that came to my mind. Gradually, I had written enough to sum up the story and my opinion. A little editing and my review was ready! Nothing exceptional but definitely an improvement (from my previous ones).
Hey Everyone! Thank you so much for taking out time to visit my blog. My name is Meera. I am 17 years old. TheLifeStories is inspired by all those little happy/sad moments that occur in life. Everybody has a different way of dealing with these moments. I, for one (being as hyper and bubbly) cant stop talking. Especially if you are my best friend, you wont hear the end of it. I mean, HELLO! I am just a hormonal teenager. Cant help it if I get too excited. So what should you expect in this blog? A little bit of fashion , a little bit of dancing, a little bit of guitar-piano stuff, A LOT of rambling. I would absolutely LOVEE to hear your views (no matter positive or negative). Feel free to comment as per your wish. Also please do leave links to your blogs so I can come visit. Stay connected