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    Patricia

    Majority of my friends call me Trish, I guess you could call me that too. I'm a transcriptions editor with a really messed up body clock and never ending affinity for films, food and written words. I like street art, sweets, neutrals and monochromes, sushi, window seats, golf carts and lazy weekends.

    Some of the things that completely preoccupy me are my fixation with the now defunct The Civil Wars and their beautiful art of sadness, Oh Sehun, sleeping, CSS and HTML, @iameden, and those damn hypnotizing Tasty videos. Top country in my travel bucketlist? Iceland. But the one that will always have my heart? Hong Kong.

    Loops & Links: Spilled Ink

    Today's Loops & Links will be a little bit different. It's not a random list of clickables that I found in the world wide web that's funny or weird, but I'm sharing a couple of blogs (pictured are my favorite works per author) that I've been following for some time now. These blogs share a common theme: words. Because I always had a thing for words, either spoken or written. Enjoy.

    1. Red Blood, Black Ink by Inkskinned
    I first found out about the author through the group Art Parasites' Facebook page. They featured this poetry (titled Houses) alongside an art work. I had a hard time finding more about the author since in AP's post, the author's name was just said to be r.i.d. After a couple of Google searches, I found this Tumblr account.

    2. Happy Together by Petersen Vargas
    One of my favorite blogs in the world wide web because: poetry, movies and music. From his Little Prince Tumblr theme to his works that's always filled with longing to the films he suggests, his way with words is something I consider to be an inspiration. (I hope I didn't sound too creepy. Hahaha.)

    3. Giant Strawberries by Chel Oaña
    I found her (former) Blogspot through the blog link-up, Truth Thursdays. One of my favorite TT posts by her is for the prompt This Is What I Mean When I Say. Her blog's own Spilled Ink category is my favorite and definitely worth your time to read.

    4. Sunday Morning by Marla Miniano
    I forgot how I first found Marla Miniano's Blogspot, but I remember reading this post, If we don't speak anymore, around the time I was going through a break-up. I remember being crushed and shedding tears because of its intensity and how as if she was writing about how I felt. More than a year later, I'm still an avid fan and the one pictured above is my favorite part of her post, Today the world.
    Today's Loops & Links will be a little bit different. It's not a random list of clickables that I found in the world wide web that's funny or weird, but I'm sharing a couple of blogs (pictured are my favorite works per author) that I've been following for some time now. These blogs share a common theme: words. Because I always had a thing for words, either spoken or written. Enjoy.

    1. Red Blood, Black Ink by Inkskinned
    I first found out about the author through the group Art Parasites' Facebook page. They featured this poetry (titled Houses) alongside an art work. I had a hard time finding more about the author since in AP's post, the author's name was just said to be r.i.d. After a couple of Google searches, I found this Tumblr account.

    2. Happy Together by Petersen Vargas
    One of my favorite blogs in the world wide web because: poetry, movies and music. From his Little Prince Tumblr theme to his works that's always filled with longing to the films he suggests, his way with words is something I consider to be an inspiration. (I hope I didn't sound too creepy. Hahaha.)

    3. Giant Strawberries by Chel Oaña
    I found her (former) Blogspot through the blog link-up, Truth Thursdays. One of my favorite TT posts by her is for the prompt This Is What I Mean When I Say. Her blog's own Spilled Ink category is my favorite and definitely worth your time to read.

    4. Sunday Morning by Marla Miniano
    I forgot how I first found Marla Miniano's Blogspot, but I remember reading this post, If we don't speak anymore, around the time I was going through a break-up. I remember being crushed and shedding tears because of its intensity and how as if she was writing about how I felt. More than a year later, I'm still an avid fan and the one pictured above is my favorite part of her post, Today the world.
    . Saturday, January 10, 2015 .

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