During the quarantine last year, more and more people turned to online streaming specifically to Netflix. There was a time that my social media feed was full with a list of the best documentaries. I have watched a few, but I did not review or share any in this blog. But over the weekend, I was able to watch a documentary which I feel needs to be seen by everyone. It’s called “Posible: SPED Students’ Pursuit of the Arts”, a 45-minute documentary presented by Special Achievers.
Dear Reader, You know, it is not always a good idea to forget the past. The past helped us become who we are today. While it is true that 2020 was not a good year for everyone, let us convert the emotions we harboured into a force that will lead us. Remember, life has always been challenging. There will always be obstacles regardless of the day, the month, the year even our luck. Do not let it pull you down, okay? Let us keep reminding ourselves of these good points. Take note that this is not an order but an invitation. I have been doing this for the past months and would like to continue so. I’m not good at it; however, it would be nice to be surrounded by like-minded people. Are you up for it?
In my blog ClariSays.com I have a category I call Blog Roundup. This section focuses on previous blog posts and events. It also contains announcements of new projects and so on. But since the start of the pandemic and the implementation of the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) early this year, I have not added a single entry. You see, that section should be updated monthly.
Today is my birthday, but most importantly, my blog is also celebrating its 7th anniversary! Instead of the typical posts I make, I decided to share seven random things. I started posting on my Instagram (ClariSays) account on November 16. If you haven’t followed me, please do. I share numerous food and film-related posts there. In this post, I will share everything. I hope you find my stories amusing and funny. Honestly, I have forgotten all these. But because of my “Seven Random Things: A Birthday/Anniversary post” idea, I had to look back. I was worried at first. But the moment I remembered these stories, I became happy.
Delivery, a word I never thought I’d appreciate. Yes, I am somewhat of an old-school. I prefer doing things myself, seeing and touching the things I need before I do my purchase. Heck, I don’t even know how online shopping works, even delivery platforms. Hold on. Just a little disclaimer. I do receive packages from brands and small businesses once in a blue moon but they always handle the shipping. I would sometimes pay the fee but that’s about it. I never got the chance to do the actual booking not until the pandemic. With what’s going on with the world, I had to make the right choice. That is to stay home and accept the changes one of which is having things delivered to our doorstep.