Sickness is SOOO last year

Put your hands up if you were annoyed at the timing in which you got sick.

Ok that’s about… all of you.

You know, I feel like being sick is the worst thing that can happen. It usually puts me in a dilemma, or just in the worst situation ever. Timing wise- horrific.

I used to not get sick at all. Most of the time, it was once every two years or so, a big flu that attacks and goes away. It was never of much significance because I was young, school wasn’t hard to catch up, and I usually had my mom check up on me every hour. Now, I get it frequently, light colds, but with the tendency to drag along for a very long time. A day of school missed is basically worth 3 days to catch up on my own. So I can’t miss a lot of school, and I try not to, but sometimes, I feel like the timing is just…perfect. It seemed like every time I got sick, a class had the longest amount of notes, or a pop quiz, or a test, or an important discussion. If only I could choose a day on my own to get sick, I would go for the days we don’t do anything.

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As the school year is about to close, I decided to reveal a secret.

I don’t know if you guys found out by now, but this blog was not made just for the heck of it.

It was a class project assigned to us by our amazing english teacher.

At first, I knew I wouldn’t be consistent and I always worried that this project will take away my time.

After the first post, I knew it was going to be different.

As I clicked the publish button, it felt as if 100lbs of weight flew away. It was as if I could fly any moment. It felt…refreshing. Light. Cool. Just, amazing.

When I got my first view on my post, I felt as if I had won a grand award. As if I was standing on a stage, being applauded by a thousand and more audience. It felt great. I knew I loved it from the bottom of my heart.

You may all know that there is always one thing in this world that fits you perfectly, that you can work hard on, even through hard times. I have been searching for that thing. I’ve been doing this and that, trying to find my other half (haha I know, you’re probably thinking of the “other half” as your lover) but I couldn’t find it.

But I have a feeling that this is it.

This is my good spot. This is what I’ve been looking for.

But our years ending and so is our project.

That is why I had been thinking.

Should I close it down?

Should I keep working on it?

Should I make another, new one?

I was pondering, but the more I thought about it, the more I got furious with myself.

Why am I thinking about this?

The answer is obviously written clearly in front of me. Why should I ignore it?

That is why I decided I will keep this blog going.

With or without the help of my two great friends, I will keep this blog, I will keep running it, and I will not let you lovable chickeneers down.



And now, I want to thank you all for constantly reading our posts. You guys are what made me able to stay standing, to be able to keep blogging. A blog without its supporters is a blog that does not exist.

Thank you!!!


-Raining Chocolate

5/30 Quote of the Day

“We all eat, and it would be a sad waste of opportunity to eat badly. ”

-Anna Thomas.

That’s so true! Might as well eat like a king, right? Do what you love doing, eat what you love eating. in moderation of course. 

-Cinnamon Roll. 

4/1 Quote of the Day

“It’s difficult to think anything but happy thoughts while eating a homegrown tomato”

-Lewis Grizzard

I believe you can take out the homegrown tomato part and insert whatever food you want to eat or are eating right now, at this moment. For me though, it’s a store bought tomato. Same thing. I guess

-Raining Chocolate 

3/08 Quote of the Day

“If you really want to make a friend, go to someone’s house and eat with him… the people who give you their food give you their heart.”

– Cesar Chavez
Taking a break from our streak of comical quotes, this one really makes me feel warm inside. You know that feeling when something that’s said is totally relatable and yet makes you remember why you do certain things? Well, that’s the feeling that I think this quote exudes.