My interests include multiculturalism, reading, art, music and much more!
"Embrace what makes you different"- Dumbo
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Every day of the week, I am always finding and enjoying new songs. Whether they are songs that are unknown or songs that have been constantly played in the media, there’s always something to enjoy in the song department!
Biography Ofra Haza was an Israeli-Yemenite singer, actress, songwriter and award- winning recording artist. She was born on November 19th 1957 in the impoverished Tel Aviv neighbourhood of Shechunat Hatikvah to a destitute family of nine children (six sisters and two brothers). Her parents Yefet and Shoshana Haza were Mizrahi Jewish immigrants from Yemen.
Home is my safe haven, even if I am the type of person that loves being out and about. Since my apartment is massive, there are a couple of places that I consider my “cozy corners”. My bedroom would have to be my “favourite and most used” cozy corner, because of my bed, cute decorations, sapphire blue curtains, computer, walk-in closet and miniature library.
Tell me about it! It's been a challenging year for all of us, including someone who struggles with mental health issues and Autism like myself. Although our experiences and thoughts about the pandemic have been different, it didn't liberate us from the raw emotions that we felt internally.
Hey my friends! I hope you are staying safe and healthy in these unprecedented times we are still in and celebrating the holidays with your families.
Hello my friends! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas with your families and are still managing to get through this tough time! To cheer all of you up, I have many songs that I enjoyed, listened to and randomly discovered that were released in 2020 and I would love to share them with you. Music was my primary source of survival, in addition to books, puzzles, fitness, people, therapy, and other things that gave me a sense of purpose, fulfillment and wellbeing. Many of the songs I listened to were in English, Hebrew, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Korean, but I also listened to quite a few in other languages such as Turkish. The genres that were on my Stay at Home and Tune Out playlist included classic rock, indie, EDM, D and B, Jpop, Mandopop, world, spiritual/new age and hip-hop. I even managed to make my own music using Groovepad, because I felt this was an awesome chance for me to branch out into other creative hobbies like creating instrumental music.
Forever and ever, there was another place in Asia that I had the desire to visit: the Philippines. Throughout my life, I lived in neighbourhoods where Filipino immigrants resided and worked as nurses, nannies, personal care attendants, cashiers, food service workers and operated their own Filipino supermarkets. I also went to school and made friends with several Filipino children during my youth that I still keep in touch with in my adulthood. By hearing them speak Tagalog, eating their national foods, visiting a bunch of Filipino stores in my area, watching Filipino TV shows like Wowowee as a child, listening to Filipino music, and learning about their culture, I gradually developed an interest to tour the Philippines in the future. It became a dream that I refused to relinquish.
I am a tall woman with brunette tresses and rosy lips. I wonder why it is freezing cold today, I hear erratic screams and,