Bio: Ostrich's go boom, according to my younger self. I am random, and I remember loving Ostrich's because when they got scared they would bury their heads in the ground and I would technically do the same. Of course that's not even the truth, because if they did that then they would not be able to breathe and more than likely die. Either way they are funny looking animals that I still randomly like. Anyways...getting away from the randomness of my mind, or maybe that gives you a good enough explanation of myself? I guess I'll be typical. So I love to travel and see the world, and I hope to write about these experiences along with just random writings I may come up with. I am interested in animation and video game design so I am currently learning about this, even though I do not fair well with drawing. I am fascinated by languages and I would love to learn them all...like Pokemon. Nerd moment, anyways, I would really love to learn them all, being able to speak with everyone and anyone around the world sounds amazing. I love listening to music, taking pictures, recreating pictures with Photoshop, watching movies, reading, writing, traveling the world for culture, sites, language, and FOOD. I love food, and I love to taste all the different food there is to be offered. I am trying to learn as many things as possible since I only have one life here. At least in this body, or whatever happens. Anyways I need to get back into writing and being creative again, and that's what I hope to accomplish.

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  1. Hi Cece Star,
    Thanks so much for following my blog, Life In Camelot. Your cover image is absolutely stunning.
    I am with you about wishing to learn all languages in order to converse with people all around the world. I often feel very inadequate and embarrassed when visiting a foreign country and I only know a handful of their words, if that. And it makes it worse because they try so hard to speak English.
    However, cruising is fantastic for seeing lots of different countries in a short space of time, a bit like a tasting plate in a restaurant, and I do make an effort to learn the basics such as ‘please’, ‘thank you’, ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’.
    I look forward to reading more of your musings.


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