Written by: Amy Marley, Suzanne V. Tanner, Paroma Sen,
Dear From Lemon
HEEEELLLLLP MEEEEEE. What’s an almost 23-year-old girl to do?
I’m torn. Totally and utterly torn.
Torn between an awesome opportunity, a kind, thoughtful and loving boyfriend I’ve had since high school and a pile of friends that I’ve had since kindy — all settling down in our hometown.
I scored a bachelor’s degree in Medical Science with first-class honours, which has gifted me an offer for a full scholarship to study at Oxford. I didn’t even have to apply — they asked me. Who would have thought?! Me!
Meet Betty the Bat
Only true mammal with flight
An intriguing sight
With beauty abound
As night’s curtain hits the ground
Singing clicks her sound
Every living thing
Balances nature’s swing
Question what we bring?
Human voices mix
A misguided source of blame
Media playing tricks
Leaves me wondering
Does anyone know the truth?
Minus doubt’s shadow
Science is never static, never stagnant, never content with the boundary it has reached. It is always dynamic, always breaking bounds…Science… abhors a limitation — L.P. Jacks
Feel free to join in as you like on Medium (I would love a breadcrumb to…
Place to rest your head
Put your feet up and just be
Its somewhere special
By yourself or with others
A home is more than a house
I was starting to feel a bit weird getting compliments from people about my drawings — “I’m a fraud!” I kept saying to myself.
All I’m doing is copying a source photo (usually my own photo) and changing a few things around.
Which led to yesterday’s big outpour from cleaning off some old filters!!
Soooo — I thought, let’s make it really clear that I am very much learning and following the flow…
Having kids around
Is a reminder to live
In each “now” moment
Drawing is something I loved doing as a kid.
It came with a big whack of “I am not good enough” as I got older.
I embodied the “problem” in Pablo’s quote — hook, line and sinker!!
Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once they grow up — Pablo Picasso
I sat next to a mate in high school art class. She draws solely from her imagination. The things she can get her pencil to do are mesmerising. …