Writing a Diary

@vexxus (708)
Philippines
March 24, 2013 5:42am CST
Are you fond of writing in your Diary about your love ones? Well I am, I used to write a love Diary about my Girl, and it feel so much Fun and it makes me feel alive every time I reached the bottom of the paper. And I read it again through the start, though i knew that some paragraphs are just sweet-nothing like in a fairy tale and fantasy, they do make my heart beat and jump in happiness as I remember the unforgettable moments we shared together. how about you fellow mylotters?
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8 responses
• India
24 Mar 13
how romantic! well, I do not write those things in my diary. it has been a long time I do not write in my diary. because whatever I write, my husband will read them and will hurt about what I feel about him but when I was single I used to write and I had a friend who was a male and I saw in his diary he wrote a lot about me that time....
@bloggeroo (2171)
• Philippines
24 Mar 13
Yes. When we where young and restless, we are driven to write anything down. Nice memories. Sweet. But I think there are better ways to record our emotions. We could write poetry or make digital images with some sweet saying. Anything, but the obvious. Being subtle or being creative is probably the way to go. I would say this for romantics of all ages. :)
@vexxus (708)
• Philippines
25 Mar 13
@extreme, Well, if writing a diary would make your partner feel bad, you better not to start writing it. But sometimes, writing our real emotion as in plain description about someone, and he / she might had a chance of reading it, I guess that would be a tool to change the way he acts and a have second thought in doing things over again, I am not an expert about this, It just happen that I have read note about my bad attitude somewhere in the past, and it really helps me to change a bit. You know people are people and naturally stubborn. however, honesty can melts a heart. @bloggeroo, I totally agree with your point, and the idea is quite a catch, I will try it sometimes.
• Philippines
25 Mar 13
During my teenage years, I used to not only write on my Diary/ journal, but I also scribble some poems and get that cheery feeling inside me while writing some of those thoughts into paper. But now, those times seemed so ancient to me that I don't even see myself writing silly stuff on a piece of paper anymore. Nowadays, I do write some serious stuff, rants and raves, hopes and dreams, frustrations etc. I still enjoy writing those feelings though, 'cause in a way, they help me let some steam out and relieve some stress I might be feeling at those moments.
@vexxus (708)
• Philippines
26 Mar 13
That's very nice, at early stage of our puberty we tend to be very excited about what happens in our surrounding until one day when we are amtured enough we then realizes what is going on, and see things clearly and understand why this things should happpen, I guess it is indeed inevitable way of life. What we do in our childhood is very much different when we get older. Just like the computer and cellphone nowadays, we can call that a system upgrade.
@Raine38 (9031)
• United States
24 Mar 13
I used to like having a diary, when I was younger. And then my younger brother found it and read it and practically embarrassed me to the whole family. It was really funny but back then, it was traumatic for me. I ended up vowing not to have a diary anymore. Anyway, I do have a devotional journal that I keep with me. It was actually a gift from last Christmas by my aunt in law and I like how it gives me wonderful Bible verses each day and I have a space underneath it to reflect on it or write down whatever it is that I feel like praying for or giving thanks for.
@vexxus (708)
• Philippines
25 Mar 13
That is so sad, but like you say it's funny, yes indeed when we are all young we are ask to write a diary, I still remember when my teacher in elementary gave us an assignment about making a diary, but I never continue writing on it because I don't know what to put in it. And I don't have no inspiration to do so. That's a nice diary, let's call it a Love of God Diary, whenever or wherever you are reading any verse of the bible, it simply reminds you that God is always with you, Guiding and aiding you on your difficulties.
@jaizhi (260)
• Philippines
24 Mar 13
How sweet!! :) I wanted to keep a diary too.. but my diary only last a week and thenI would forget about it... then remember it again when I see the diary again... I stopped doing it when I was 19 hahahaha.
@vexxus (708)
• Philippines
25 Mar 13
Thank You, That's alright i think, you can write special events that is a memorable whenever you have your diary, I too forget sometimes to write in, so what i would do if ever i wanted to write something, is to make a summary of good things that happen in that way you can still update your diary, it is not necessarily everyday, it is not a task just like in work place that need to be done immediately.
@mei_bel (34)
• Philippines
24 Mar 13
I used to have a diary, but what I wrote were the important events that happened each day or my opinions on certain issues or how I felt towards an incident or person, not necessarily about love. These days, though, I don't write a diary anymore.. Well, not in the old fashion way, I guess, but thru blogs. I don't write and post too personal information, but only those that I think some people might be interested in.
@vexxus (708)
• Philippines
25 Mar 13
You must be an active blogger and fond of current events, that a good hobby, there are plenty of things in this world to be observed as for me, well writing the diary on a blog is a big no, i just write mine in a super private diary, not necessarily everyday, perhaps when there is an event or a particular date that i believe is unforgettable,
@else22 (4319)
• India
24 Mar 13
I have stopped writing diaries now.And so far as love diaries are concerned,I have never had any girlfriend even in my college life.A few years back,I used to write diaries regularly.I would write only on whether I have implemented the decisions taken on the previous day.But it soon became a boring,monotonous task and then I stopped writing diaries.
@vexxus (708)
• Philippines
25 Mar 13
You must be a very busy person, that you pay no interest on having a girlfriend, for that reason inspiration is the key to write a good piece of poem for your girlfriend if you ever find that lucky girl, just love her without writing a diary then, action speaks louder than... diaries. cheers
@bloggeroo (2171)
• Philippines
24 Mar 13
I like writing down my private thoughts when I used to have real-world diaries, but a diary nowadays is an online public record in the form of a blog. So, talking about my lovelife has to give way to more mundane, but interesting stuff. Anyway, even if I'm inspired enough to write about my feelings for the love of my life, I probably won't do it in the form of prose. Somebody might read it some day. It would probably be better if I write a poem or sonnet. At least, when they read my poetry, it is in a different level.
@vexxus (708)
• Philippines
25 Mar 13
I am no poet or a composer of music, but i guess if i would focus my attention i can too write a good piece of art like your idea. I often write the things i write in plain words, because I am confident that no one else would ever read them, I verily keep my diary safe. out of sight of Criticism, though one day i would gladly share it to my wife. and say, that's all you are to me.
@ARIES1973 (9531)
• Legaspi, Philippines
29 Mar 13
I did not experience writing something about love even when I was young. But my husband used to write poems for me then and that is a sweet thing I think. But with my present job, I have to keep a journal to make things easier for me. Have a great day!