GRACE GADIA

About

Hi, I'm Grace. I'm twenty-one from Makati City, Philippines.

Some say that I look sixteen and there was this one time that I was mistaken as a fourteen year old which sucks.

I love reading books especially if it's teen fiction, mystery, thrillers and poetry.

I adore old buildings, oil pastel paintings, sketch drawings, the smell of brunt food (which is weird) and baby breath.

I also write poems and stories. My poems are published here while stories are posted on my Wattpad and most of them are on-hold or some are just stucked in my laptop's hard drive.

I'm currently in a stable, fun, non-pressuring (finally) relationship with Seaweed Brain (that's my not-so-secret petname for my boyfriend) who is a web designer in a creative solutions company. *super proud girlfriend moment here*

So technically, my blog's just about me, my life and writing though I'm not a good writer, just trying to express myself better using words.

Disclaimer

I own everything on this blog except for those I reblog and with proper credits, citation and watermarks.

If you see something I posted that you like and would want to repost it elsewhere, feel free to ask me and we'll figure something up.

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Eleanor & Park
"I love your name. I don't want to cheat myself out of a single syllable."

Misc

I made my blog theme out of Bootstrap, the front-end framework that they use to develop Twitter, and designed it to my own personal interest. I had a hard time trying to figure this out before but I succeeded anyway.

If you want to learn about Bootstrap do click the link and if you are having a hard time trying to figure out what to do with it, make sure you can understand HTML and CSS, if not, feel free to leave a message and I will try my best to help you out.

I believe Bootstrap is now on its version 3 (the one with Sass) and the version that I used with this theme is version 2.3.2 if you want that same version, you can check the logs in the Bootstrap site or Github.
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