HTGAWM Sneak Peek: Annalise Grills a Witness (in Her Bedroom)!

TVLine

Whatever Bonnie’s getting paid to work at Annalise’s law firm on How to Get Away With Murder, she’s due for a big pay hike — provided that she doesn’t turn out to be a cold-blooded murderer, that is.

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In the following exclusive clip from this Thursday’s installment (10/9c on ABC), Lurky McChurchmouse finds herself trying to flee the scene after knocking on Annalise and Sam’s bedroom door and informing them that his murdered co-ed girlfriend was six weeks pregnant at the time of her death.

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Instead of a simple “see you tomorrow,” however, Annalise demands Bonnie enter the Keating boudoir and sit second chair as she cross-examines her chronic liar of a husband. “I…

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Progress on the Thirty Stories Challenge

Its not exactly a valid excuse but university deadlines have been eating my time. I’m almost finish with the riddle stories compilation. I won’t put any promises when I can finish it but I’m already at the last part.

Most of the stories are interesting in such a way that I haven’t read much of this kind of writing style and genre.

Anyhow, have a good day!

Maybe I’m clinically depressed?

For the past 11 years, I have been harming myself in different forms.

At first, I would bang myself to the wall when I’m sad because I didn’t know how to manage the emotions. Then I started to punch myself, bite myself, pull out my hair. It reached to the point where I started to cut myself but I stopped after some time because I was caught. Then I turned to smoking. Though it didn’t last long since I live in a dormitory full of health-conscious people.

In all honesty, I am terrible at managing my emotions..,

Still in the dark

I just need a place to vent these feelings right now.

I don’t know when this started but I started to have this social anxiety; no it is not severe enough that I actually lock myself inside my room or house. It’s just mild enough that I stop myself from socializing with others. :O

Also, I don’t know if I’m reading too much into this but I am so fucking sensitive to rejection. Hmph.

There are these friends who are going to an outing this weekend. I decided to take some initiative to ask them if I wanted to join but then I felt that I wasn’t wanted to, in good grace, I backed out.

Even now, it still hurts. That kind of dull pain in your chest and when you want to cry until you fall asleep? That kind of pain.

I know my place in the social hierarchy of my school; but I thought that these people were “friendly” people but I guess I was mistaken.

NO matter how many times I tell myself that I will stop from getting close to other people because it will just hurt, I still do and what did I get from not following my own advice? HURT, that was what I got.

I hate feeling lonely; for me being lonely means that despite being surrounded by a crowd, no one ACTUALLY SEES me. It’s just too disheartening.

 

Can’t Stick to That Diet? Blame Your Gut Bacteria

TIME

Your willpower may not be entirely to blame for your eating habits — your gut bacteria may be responsible, too.

The gut microbiome, the collection of all the microbes in our digestive tracts, may influence our food choices and behavior, suggests a new study that recently appeared in the journal BioEssays.

Different bacteria have different nutritional needs based on the niches they’ve come to occupy in our guts, say researchers from University of California San Francisco, Arizona State University and the University of New Mexico. Sometimes the needs of those bacteria are “aligned with our own dietary goals, and others not,” says corresponding author Carlos Maley, the director of the UCSF Center for Evolution and Cancer.

These different microbes may be able to manipulate our dietary desires by releasing molecules that affect certain organ systems or influence our brain through the vagus nerve, says the study, which connects…

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