In goa.

So here are some shots of the flowers by the pool.






more posting.

here’s a cat.

i told you so.


so much for “I’m going to post more often.” but, in my defense, i was in switzerland for a week on a school ski trip and before that iwas in india for a bit and now I’m going again for spring break, so, yeah. life’s been hectic, and wordpress has been a bitch when it comes to uploading. photography coming soon. hopefully. =/

I’m back. Hopefully.

Hi. I haven’t been on here for quite some time. I still monitor my feed, though. It’s just that I don’t post as much. I hope that I can start writing again. I mean, new year, right? =P 

Fridays Featured Poet

Amazingly written.

Writings of a Mrs


Hi, my name is Christine Campbell and you can find me on my blog at or my Facebook author page: Christine Campbell, Author WriteWhereYouAre
Here is my poetry submission for your blog.
I have ongoing serious health problems and this poem was written on one of my more difficult days.
I wonder if it resonates with others.
Thank you for this opportunity.
The Prisoner
© Christine Campbell, 2013

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I’m sorry.

I’m very sorry. I haven’t been posting as often as I would’ve liked to. A lot has gone on since I last blogged on here. The most recent turn of events has been that I got a new phone. Yup, that’s right. I now have the new iPhone 5. I still have no idea how we found it, but we did.

I’ve gotten a lot of new books, too, this summer. I read The Fault In Our Stars, An Abundance of Katherines – both by John Green. Also, I read Angels and Demons and Inferno, the first and last books (respectively) of the Robert Langdon series by Dan Brown. That means I’ve read every single book by him. Hooray! Another book I got was The Casual Vacancy by JK Rowling (sadly, not a new Harry Potter book). But, most recently I got The Accidental Billionaires by Ben Mezrich (a book about the rise and fall of Absolute Poker, and if you read between the lines, a lot of Internet business’s struggles with old timey government people), and No Easy Day, by Mark Owen (it’s about the day SEAL Team Six killed Osama bin Laden). I’m still reading No Easy Day, and so far it’s really good.

Schools are starting, and I’m really scared. Most of my few friends left (the troubles of an international school), so I don’t know what I’m going to do.

In other news new phone means ten thousand new links so here are all of them – old and new:

Twitter, Instagram, Kik, Keek, Tumblr, Soundcloud: cindequille



She sits quietly in her seat, staring out the window. People passing by look at her differently. Some think she is crazy, perhaps a victim of schizophrenia; others ignore her. It is because of these ignorant people she has become withdrawn. They have forced her to make a choice: be outspoken and give to the world, be ignorant like them, or just go and take away from this place. 

So now she sits quietly in her seat, staring out the window, out at all the ignorant people.