“Once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” I don’t like meaningless things. Pointless people doing pointless things. But maybe, I think they are meaningless because I don’t give a damn to understand their point. But I really don’t get the feeling, or maybe I just don’t want to feel them. Perhaps I just don’t like them. Well, it's just me writing random stuffs about my likes and dislikes. In this world there are people who we can't get along well with. Not their fault, not ours either.
Back to 199X, denim and choker. I like my new choker and my mermaid charm necklace. They said 90s fashion is a mess, the worst era ever. But I love 90s vibe, I am a 90s kid after all.
I am reading books again now. Went to the book store in town and decided to find fairy tales to read again. We are never too old for fairy tales. Reading is so much fun. It’s like feeding your brain cells. Spending hours beside the shore with your good book is double fun for me. They can be a really good company whenever and wherever you are. A handy book is my “must have” thing to bring when I go out right now. So, whenever I have spare time, like when I am sitting and waiting, I can read the book I brought. A good book is like a good friend, isn't it?
I bought Andersen’s book, yes a classic. I have watched all Disney fairy tales and re-watch them for couple times. When you realize that not all fairy tales come with a beautiful princess and a handsome prince with a happily ever after endings. Yes, not all fairy tales is about happy endings in the end. One of my favorite fairy tale from him is, of course, The Little Mermaid. I like and also dislike Andersen’s fairy tale. Andersen’s stories are dark, beautiful and sometimes so scary. I love how brutal it was, and also how gentle it could be. Merciless but also sympathetic and tender. It scares you but you can’t hold the book down. A traditional stories with dark truths to be told. Fantastical, gritty, funny, sad and everything real writing should be. A classic storytelling which will stand the test of time. The stories will screw you up, but if you put them down, like I almost did, you are going to miss out the greatest classic children tales ever. xx
, by Diaswari Predani