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I, Magic Eye

Published November 16, 2017 by ladyserenity92

After a very long haitus, I have returned to you.

The lovers, the dreamers; and the coming- agers. All the children and children at heart can rejoice in glee.

Yesterday, I saw “Ellen”.

Yep. The TV show Laff TV.


It was about the magic.



Believe it or not, Magic Eye is slowly getting a reboot.

Magic Eye: the movie.

The world’s first freatured film, without 3-D glasses.

All you have to do is, let the image come out to you.

Not too many people can MAGIC EYE.

And for others; it takes time.

Not everyone has the magic.

But, if you have it…..See if you can ‘spot’ King Kong.



Tip Line(15 October,2014)

Published October 15, 2014 by ladyserenity92

In order for a person to grow, they must put aside their childish ways and embrace the new world. That way, by embracing the new ways; they will learn that the new ways were once the old ways they once resistited. —– Kenkichi Hanada, Japanese news reporter.

October is Worldwide Autism Awareness Month.  Hanada the twin brother of Satoshi Taji, creator of GameFreak & Pokemon(Pocket Monsters). Hanada currently resides in Japan.

Go for broke!

成長する人のためには、彼らは幼稚な方法を脇に置き、新しい世界を受け入れる必要があります。新しい方法を受け入れることでそのように、;彼らは新たな方法は、一度、彼らは一度に抵抗古い方法であったことを学びます。 —–啓吉花田、日本のニュースレポーター。

 Seichō suru hito no tame ni wa, karera wa yōchina hōhō o waki ni oki, atarashī sekai o ukeireru hitsuyō ga arimasu. Atarashī hōhō o ukeireru koto de sonoyōni, ; karera wa aratana hōhō wa, ichido, karera wa ichido ni teikō furui hōhōdeatta koto o manabimasu. — — – Keikichi Hanada, Nihon no nyūsurepōtā.
10 Tsuki ni wa, sekai no jiheishō ishiki tsukidearu. Hanadasatoshi taji, gēmufurīku& pokemon no uminooya (pokettomonsutā) no futago no otōto. Hanada wa genzai, Nihon ni sonzai shimasu.
Yabutta tame ni iku!

Author Maya Angelou dead at 86

Published May 28, 2014 by ladyserenity92

It’s with a heavy heart to announce that a woman who was the ‘poet of the people’ left us this morning.

Maya Angelou died today.


She fought hardships and racism to be who she was.

A woman of power.

Ms. Angelou didn’t want people to feel sorry for her.

She want people to do better.

A rebel at heart,

she once said:

“Let no one trouble you. For you’ve  come from greatness. Carry on. For you will rise. You might fall; but you’ll rise.”

Goodnight, Ms. Maya! T-T

Go for broke! 

Anne Frank’s Sister, Margot

Published May 16, 2014 by ladyserenity92

Anne Frank’s sister, Margot has always told me….

“Put your money where your mouth is.”

And she’s right about that.

Margot often gave her little sister advice about money.

That you should talk as if you’re wealthy; not like you came from the poorhouse.

Margot Frank didn’t like her talking like she was poor.

Margot’s chance to teach her sister a lesson came when she wanted to see a movie.

Anne wanted to go as well.

Margot had money saved up.

When Anne asked her Margot for some money to see the movie,

Margot told her,”no.”

Anne never forgot about the lesson about ‘putting her money where her mouth was.’

Speak of prosperity and you will receive all the riches in the world.

Speak of failure and you will lose your place in line.

Norman Vincent Peale

Go for broke!

YouTube Japan & The Book People Club

Published April 10, 2014 by ladyserenity92

Recently, I visited YouTube Japan. And the subject matter was ‘Who are the Book People of Japan?”

“The Book People of Japan” is a very private club that only Japan’s elite can participate. On the video, a man in a “V mask” spoke of the book club that is not ‘your grandparents’ book club’.

Created in 1968 as a suggestion of Ray Bradbury’s groundbreaking novel Fahrenheit 451 (which was also a movie); The Book People has over 1,000 members in Japan. At a change of heart, the club has lifted the ban on female members and foreigners.

The Book People of Japan is so secretive, that the entire club were in mask or shadow. 

The video was a hidden side to the freedom of reading and discussion of books. ‘The book club’ goes beyond the book.

Cooking dishes, field trips, movie viewing and debating is what makes this secretive club a hidden guilty pleasure.

I wanted to learn more about The Book People of Japan.

I later discovered that the video was deleted.

Go for broke!

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