The Colorful Dull Book

Diana Nicole Rolda

I’m an open book. You just have to discover what language it was written. Are you ready to take the challenge?

Hey there! I always suck in writing introductions, formal papers and most especially telling facts about myself. I don’t know how to describe myself with a cheerful attitude without sounding boring or too loud. I don’t now why is it so hard to do, but it’s either I’ll sound humble or cocky. So, I think the best way for you to know me better, is to take a look at my blog every once in a while. Making blogs has always been one of my biggest goals in life but I can’t find a way for me start. But here I’am, taking a step forward from the starting point. This is a way of me trying to make a wider point of view of the world. I want to share my thoughts about things I’m interested that other people can also relate. I’m not doing this because I want to gain popularity or whatsoever, I’m doing this because I want to help other people specifically, the teenagers.

But you can always say anything to me. Think whatever you want. Leave positive or negative feedbacks, anything. It will be all appreciated.


About “The Colorful Dull Book”

I always love to look at myself as book. Why? Because I think books are special and lovely.

I’m the kind of book that has colorful and dull chapters. An imperfect book. Every book has always have these chapters where the scenes are boring and lifeless, like the Author wrote it just to add an extra chapter. And what that does make the readers feel? Disappointment. Same goes to me. I’m not perfect. I have my colorful moments when I’m so cheerful that I’m able to make the people around me smile and happy (IN MY OWN WAY). But there are also my dull moments when I don’t want to talk to anyone and feel irritated. I don’t know why, but I just want to alone for a moment. Those moments make my life special. It has it’s ups and downs. And that’s what makes it exciting.

Actually, life is always in the typhoon belt. A typhoon can always arrive and you must be brave enough to fight it. See through it that you are stronger than it and if your lucky, it might end well.


What can you say? I’d love to here your thoughts. Feel free to leave comments. And if ever you want more of my not-so-normal entries, you can check my profile and click follow.

PhotoCredits: Virginia Arregadas (2017)


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