Saturday, April 21, 2007

Spring Is Here

It's such a lovely day out today. When I got home from dance, my mom pointed out some crocuses that had been sprouting. Spring's here!

I've also re-opened my Flickr account. Here's the link to my photos.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Cooking With A Friend

Here are some pictures I took with a friend today, while baking.

They were Pizza Pinwheels, just one of many items that went into the oven that day. The first picture is before they went into the oven.

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

The 5 W's

Who: Sinead Catherine D.
What: A blog to display any creative writing or art that I want to show.
When: April 18, 2007 (7:01PM)
Where: Nova Scotia, Canada
Why: I created a blog during this month because I closed my website. However, that is a personal blog, and I also wanted to put my art (mainly photography) and writing (mainly articles on various topics) on display in a blog too. To avoid posting blogs constantly to keep wants satisfied, I created a new one! :) Smart idea, I think.

This blog is currently under construction and should be up and running by April 22nd, 2007.

To see a sneak preview of some of my photography, here's my deviantART account.

For a sneak preview of my writing style, take a look at my blog here. Here's a short article I wrote about a year ago on my old website (I promise what I include on this blog will be better than this!)


Oooh, the dreaded homework. It’s the stuff that makes us want to do ANYTHING else, as long as it doesn’t involve those difficult algebra questions you were supposed to do, or the essay you were supposed to write.

What’s the point of it all?

Well, in my school’s books, it says homework is to “build on the skills taught in class”. I think it’s just to give us more work. I mean, 6 hours in class a day, plus after-school activities, then dinner, then whatever, then bed, doesn’t leave a lot of time for studying and all that. And it’s not like anyone likes it – it’s something everyone would prefer not to do anyway.

Not to mention, we get marks taken off if it’s not done.
How does one handle this stress?