From an early age, I was a huge pizza and pasta fan. I loved anything with mozzarella and cheddar cheese and would still include it in things like pasta dishes and salads. As an adult, I figured out that I am a cheese addict, since I would use cheese in pretty much anything. Early in my adulthood, I used to put so much cheese on my food that my mom would beg me to quit melting cheese on my food. Cheese was the only thing that I could depend on to add flavour to the food, since I wasn't a fond of spices. When I did not like a dish but wanted to give it one more try, I would cover it with cheese and melt it in the microwave to cover up the original taste.
Do y'all remember your carnival days? If yes, what did you favour most about a carnival? Cotton candy? Games? Funnel cake?? Clowns? Or all of it?! I definitely do! Even if I am an introvert who is not a fond of weekly parties or anything whacky with people I am not really close with, I favour carnivals very much. I loved many of the games that I played at the Purim carnival that was hosted at my synagogue, as well as all of the food! Those good old days will never be forgotten! At one point in my high school career, I even volunteered at a few carnivals that occurred in the community. There is an annual carnival that is hosted at the summer camp I work at, so I am always enjoying carnivals as an adult. The only difference is, I work at the carnival instead of participating in the carnival! Either way, it is still a fulfilling experience for me!
Why am I passionate about neurodiversity?
Over the years, it was impossible for me to have one favourite book because I have read so many. During my youth, my interest in reading increased, exposing me to various genres such as fantasy, mystery, horror, thriller and historical fiction. Since I am a history-buff with a huge imagination, many of my favourite books were set in various time periods, written in different eras or had fantasy/fairy-tale elements to the story. I started becoming interested in dark novels when I was 17 years old. My aunt recommended a dark, puzzling, historical mystery novel that I ended up purchasing from the book store. After reading just a couple of chapters of The Name of The Rose by Umberto Eco, my love for mystery and dark literature began. After The Name of the Rose, I started exploring more dark, mystery, thriller and gory literature.
How have I heard of these unique Pinoy snack products, even if I am not Filipino?! There is an interesting tale behind this!
Why am I so interested in Russian music?!