I want to blog, but

By Aneesah, 22 Oct 10

nothing can come out.

Would life work, if you kept no secrets and told everyone everything you wanted to tell? Does anybody live this way?

Everybody has a story. One day it will be the time to tell mine.

P.S. Yes, random bits from my sketchbook are the only things I have to show. No, I am not an avid sketcher. πŸ™


  1. Nabeelah says:

    That feeling! It has kept me from blogging many, many times.
    I love that bedroom sketch, BTW.
    And one thing more, my letter’s on the way to your place (Insha Allah). It’s plain letter LETTER, no extra barang, so nobody from no country’s Customs Dept would want to check the contents and delay it, I think.

    • Aneesah says:

      Yay letter! Always good to have something to look forward to. πŸ˜€

      That particular “sketch” probably took over an hour, which probably robs it of the right to call it a sketch, but anyhow. I always get caught up in drawing the details, which is bad bad bad for archie sketches. *_*

  2. Aww, the sketches looks nice, I really like how you can draw in depth! I could never do that when I tried to draw when we had to back in school!

    Sorry to hear about that feeling keeping you from blogging. =( I had that before, but only because my blogs were in public view. So now, I’m free to blog about whatever I want. Haha. But yeah, hope you’ll be able to blog freely soon.

  3. kimberly says:

    completely fell in love with the first sketch! and no, i dont think life would work without secrets, people will be too honest with very harsh words and we’ll end up killing each other :S

    • Aneesah says:

      Thank you Kimmy! Masa cuti je semangat nak start sketching again, but hot-hot chicken *beep* only. -_-;

      Maybe the harsh words are a problem of character/ethics rather than telling the truth vs. hiding it… People often react differently to the same thing, perhaps the trick is to turn our thoughts into positive statements? Ngehe Aneesah tetiba philosophical. Architecture does this, you know. :X

  4. salam aneesah. ada award utk awak πŸ™‚

  5. Vera says:

    But at least you HAVE some random bits of sketches to show… my random doodles generally include the task list at work, crossed out, double crossed out… and sometimes even circled (and crossed out). πŸ˜›

    That said, I really really like the first one. The torn edge is an especially nice touch (yeah, I have no taste) πŸ˜†

    • Aneesah says:

      Haha, no, I like the scanned-torn-edge thing too, makes it look all authentic and stuff. The reason I had to tear it out of the sketchbook was because … it was the only thing in there, and I decided to use the book for school project stuff when term started. ^^;

  6. Nani Othman says:

    hello. =) i’m a new reader. hehe.

    i love these sketches..especially the first one. i draw too. and i sketch too sometimes.

    and about your questions, i think life wouldn’t be so pretty if we spill everything to everyone. there are things better left unsaid – to avoid fights.

    keep writing~! will come again!

    • Aneesah says:

      Hiya! I think I might’ve stumbled across your old blog once upon a time, name sounds familiar. πŸ™‚

      I’d like to pertikaikan the assumption that there will definitely be fights if people always told the truth. Am I too naive in thinking humans could actually live peacefully, by having enough manners to cakap “beralas”, as we say it?

  7. Aisyah Rozi says:

    gosh, aneesah. I’ve always loved your sketches. nanti balik malaysia teach me pleaseeeeee

    • Aneesah says:

      But Aisyah, there’s nothing to teach! πŸ˜‰ You’re an awesome sketcher & drawer (…laci? πŸ˜› )

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