ME! by Taylor Swift featuring Brendon Urie from Panic! at the Disco

First off, I’m going to start by saying that I love Taylor Swift. I don’t really show it enough, but I LOVE her. I’ve been listening to her music since I was 7 or so, and I’ve seen her go through her different albums. I bought the Cornetto ice cream in the Philippines with her face on it, and I listen to her music on a daily basis.

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Colors in Black and White

I edited this picture with Gimp, thinking that it would be easy. Changing the colors to black and white? Easy. Coloring in the leaves with different colors? Time consuming. However, I still pushed through it, because I thought it had a good message. Even though life can be bleak and dark at times, there will always be those things that shine out in color. It might be sappy, but I think it fits in with my picture.

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A Library of Feminism

“The world was hers for the reading.”

-Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Hi! My name is Zayda. I was born on February 9, 2003, and I’m 15. I was born in New Jersey in the US, but I’m Filipino. I’ve been in Myanmar for eight years, almost nine. However, I still can’t speak Myanmar. I can speak Filipino and English fluently, and I used to learn ASL by signing to songs. I stopped, but I’m planning on taking it up again. I have a twin sister, my mom, my grandparents, three uncles, five cousins, and eight aunts.

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