MUSIC is a big part of my life. In fact, I listed ‘I Want To Be a Popstar’ in my Preparatory Graduation. I was serious back then. I was mesmerized with the singing and dancing talent of Janet Jackson and I just love the creativity of Madonna which I often seen on her music videos via MTV and Channel V (Yes, I’m that old now).
Living in the province, I didn’t get the chance to enroll in piano, guitar or voice lessons due to the high fees. Since I won’t let that discourage me, I asked my parents to buy me Multiplex tapes instead. There was also a local karaoke channel where I’d wait for a song familiar to me to be played. I also spent more time listening to the radio, to my cassette tapes and watching MTV everyday. These are pre-YouTube and Spotify days, kids!
Having watched In The Soop 2, with all the chill vibes and entertainment, it inspired me to look back and reassess my life for the past months. I have been working non-stop! I have to make rest day a truly relaxing day.
A line that resonates with me was the statement from the world wide handsome himself, JIN. He said that during rest day, no work should be involved. Rest day should be plainly that – a day of rest.
That is why lately I have been playing and enjoying myself with some of the games from this site: www.solitaire.org. Apart from Solitaire, the site also has different games you could play! Here are two of my favorites.
Hello my favorite childhood board game Letter Scramble! I am such a wanna-be connoisseur of words! Specifically, I love the challenge of finding and creating words from a set of letters otherwise non-legible to others. It gives me the sense of excitement as I rearrange and arrange letters to make sense. Add the challenge of a ticking clock, then the excitement nothing but doubled! Apart from the game itself, I love how the website is just user-friendly, very straightforward and easy to navigate. It doesn’t need any fancy computer knowledge or other equipment for you to enjoy this game.
As a certified 90s kid, one of the many cartoons that I had watched was Powerpuff Girls. And honestly, who in their childhood didn’t? The girls are so cute, the professor is so kind and heck, even the villains are adorkable.
I especially related to the leader extraordinaire- Blossom. At a young age, she showed us how to take care of your siblings – from the rowdy one to the sensitive one. As a leader, she really looked after her team and their safety.
If you’re a BTS ARMY like me, the rap line consisting of RM, Suga and J-Hope reminds me of Blossom, Buttercup and Bubbles. You also see the similarities, right?
Because of those great memories, even I am a fully grown adult, I still play the Powerpuff Girls games. Why? It is fun, has great graphics, nostalgic and really, a great stress reliever. Very useful in these times or if I want to take a break from Rhythm Hive.
Here are the top 5 Powerpuff Girls Games To Play Online that is also suitable for kids!
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