Just Want To Write Down Something

Hello Everyone!

I hope you're all doing well. I was away from MyEC for what seemed like an eternity. I'm back now and I'm happy that I am and I wish I continue to be an active member of this awesome website forever and ever. Although I'm back my problem is the same old one i.e. what to comment or blog. I know that I need to write something/anything to improve my writing skill but my mind is blank the moment I sit down to write anything. I read blogs and then want to comment on them but know not what to write, so I just press the like button and move on and read another blog and the same story continues. When I read other people's comments I so wish to write down something but always fail. What a pity, isn't it? This bothers me a lot! :(

I'm going to try to write down a few lines even if they make no sense at all.

I love reading fiction. Novels to be precise. In the past month or so I read first three books of The Maze Runner Pentalogy by James Dashner, The Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum and The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. I really loved those books. Currently I'm reading Anne of Avonlea which is a novel by Lucy Maud Montgomery and it's so wonderfully written. I read Anne of Green Gables a few years ago and now I feel that I so want to read it again.

I love to eat, too. I mostly like spicy foods and hardly eat anything sweet. I eat or at least try to eat each and every kind of food as it's good for health. I eat and like most kinds of fruit, almost all types of salads and vegetables, beef, chicken, eggs, fish, meat etc. but I don't like to drink milk. However, I do like yogurt and I think that's a very good alternative of milk which should be essential part of all healthy diets. I hardly ever eat any junk food or drink soft drinks. I do not smoke or drink alcohol and I avoid the company of smokers as passive smoking is dangerous for a person's health. I only like to drink plain water or fresh fruit juices (not the packaged ones, of course) and lassi(a drink made from yogurt,water and salt. Some people like their lassi sweet but I like it a little sour and salty). I rarely do drink tea but I'm not fond of it much and I HATE coffee! Hey, but I love coffee cake! Yummy! I know one should eat dry fruit as nuts are an essential requirement to remain healthy but I'm not a great fan of them either but I do try eat a handful of any of the nuts at one time or the other.

I guess it's enough for today. Phew!!

Please do correct any mistakes that I made. I'd highly appreciate your kind help.

Have a really great week ahead!

Take Good Care, Everyone!


Up Coming and Next (maybe and in either order)

-My Cooking skills ;)

-You're missed :(

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  • Lassi is a common drink in my country, (specialty in Punjab).  I mostly drink in Ramadan, In sehri, (before starting of fast) and at the time of breaking the fast in the evening.  It saves from dehydration during fasting hours.

  • Hi Nida,
    My name is Michelle and I completely understand and relate to your perseverance to write if it isn't but a few words about striving to write. You write very well with such diction. I couldn't help but to notice your list of good reads and I couldn't help but notice your selections of Lucy Maud Montgomery books. I love her novels! Growing up I was quote fond of the Anne of Green Gables series of books. After my interest in the books I became a fan of the television series that was broadcast on PBS. Meagan Follows a Canadian actress played Anne and she portrayed her character exceptionally well. Thank you for bringing that up because those books were fond memories of my childhood along with the Laura Ingalls Wilder books. Keep up the good work in your writing and take it one page At A time. Thank you and have a wonderful week:)
  • Hi Nida, nice post. Can you please tell me the "Anne of Avonlea" and "Anne of Green Gables" are about? I watch a cartoon film about the girl Anne and her field. I wonder if that film bases on the story you read.
    Hi Nida, you are a Spambuster, can you please tell me what do you do to be a spambuster? I don't know how it is. Thank you so much nida!
  • Peppo, yes, it's a pentalogy. The Kite Runner is a must read, believe me. You'd only love it. A very good day to you, too. Thank you so much for reading my blog. :)

    I'm glad to see you here, Seeker. Thank you for the nice comment. :)

  • Setareh, my dear, A Thousand Splendid Suns is one of my most favorite novels. In fact, when I read it I was so surprised to learn that even a man could write for women's pain and feelings in such a heart touching way(or should I call it heart-wrenching way?) Khaled Hosseini is indeed an awesome writer and I'm but a huge fan of his.

    It's good to know about Dugh. How do you make it?

    Thank you so much for your kind comment, dearest.

  • Icha, my dearest, yours was one adorable comment! Thank you so much for taking your time to read my blog and for such a lovely feedback. I do appreciate it. :)

    Mishaikh, thank you so much for the encouragement. I'm grateful. :)

    Thanks a million, Abiba! :)

  • Thank you, Adaline Bala. You're a sweetheart, too! :)

    Thank you, Expector Smith. That's a very fine suggestion indeed. I'd try my best to do that. Thanks again. :)

    Noaspls, Thank you. You know these days I want to write just for the sake of writing even if it doesn't make a perfect sense or even no sense at all. I can't wait for the ideas to come to my mind so that I could write about them. These days I need to improve my English and for that I'm even ready to dive in the sea of sheer insanity. LoL

  • Hi Nida! 

    I like reading your blog. I was reading four books of maze runner by James Dashner, I just know those are pentalogy, so, i need to find another two, hehe... thanks for your information. I have seen The kite runner too but forgot to grab it, thanks for reminding me^^ 

    Btw I don't like coffee too,.. 

    thanks for sharing this, good day!!!

  • Well done dear Nida, I really enjoyed reading your post. It is well written and friendly.:D I have recently finished reading 'a thousand splindid suns' from Khaled Hossein; it is an amazing story. I really loved it.
    A drink made out of yogurt and salt and water, we have it too and we call it Dugh. It tastes good. I hope to see more blogs from you. Good luck.
  • It is good to write................write whatever you want or what is in your mind.

    Keep it up.

    Good restart!

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