Thank you Girls Who Code for everything you’ve done for me A while ago I heard an announcement asking all girls interested in computer science to come over to Room 205 during lunch to become part of a club: Girls Who Code! I didn’t really think that much of it then,Continue reading “Girls Who Code”
Still Stunningly IntricateQuite a while ago, I wrote about being introduces to Zentangles. Here’s that old post: (X). Now I want to show you how much difference a few months can make: Here are some of my new-and-improved Zentangles Though I may not be as good as some Zentangle masters out there… I’ve definitely improvedContinue reading “Zentangles: Part 2”
My contribution to KhanAcademy’s Bay Area learning program If you haven’t heard of KhanAcademy yet, check it out. Like now. Here’s a link. Now that that’s out of the way. I can tell you a bit about LearnStorm. LearnStorm lets KhanAcademy users in the Bay Area get points for themselves and their school by learningContinue reading “LearnStorm”
You’ll never know when it’ll hit youFor a while now I hadn’t been drawing anything. Whenever I felt motivated, I just never felt inspired. It seems to me that in order to create something, you need a little bit of both. Unfortunately, it’s pretty hard to have both at the same time: I was soonContinue reading “Inspiration”
A little gift for a good friend Some friends mean so much to us that we just have to make something special for them!
When I was six, I got lost for the first time. I think it was the first time I was really that terrified. I know it seems silly now, but back then, I thought I was going to die right there in the public library. Once, when my dad was driving me somewhere, I sawContinue reading “10 Experiences that Shaped my Life:”
Stunningly IntricateMy dad ordered some cardboard coasters from amazon (X), and told me to draw something cool on them. But of course, the word “cool” is extremely subjective. So I decided to google around and find some “cool” designs. That’s when I came across Zentangles. Beautiful, intricate patterns drawn on paper, clothes, bags, and evenContinue reading “Zentangles”