A girl without a dragon tattoo is but a fan of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Once and for all, this girl I talked with a few minutes ago is whom I usually see whenever I enter the Plaridel Hall. She is a typical girl wearing her simplest clothes with her own sense of fashion and always attaching her most beautiful smile in any season. I was actually honored to interview her informally for a short period of time and it is time for me to describe her as beautiful as she is.

One thing, she loves anything of neon colored, especially the lighter spectrum of green to blue. She even has an umbrella which colored like her favorite and she told that it was so cute.

The quotation, “Music is my soul” can relate to her as she is very fond of listening to music. Her genre ranges from Rock music, which is her long time favorite, to Alternative Rock and to Indie Music with Of Monsters and Men and Ed Sheeran in her list. She also listens to the debunked My Chemical Romance. For a time, she listens to Taylor Swift songs but then realized that Swift’s songs themed heartbreaks.

Speaking of her dream, aside from entering the business of Public Relations which she has the characteristic of being vocal, she plans to take Law or get a Masters in International Studies. She is now a 3rd year student of Journalism at the University of the Philippines – Diliman. Unfortunately, her mother doesn’t want her to take Journalism for some reason but she is still trying her best to convince the one who supports her studies.

She is now living in Mandaluyong City where she studied from 6th grade to 4th year at the Jose Rizal University. Her family had lived since she was a baby until the 5th grade in Antipolo City and studied at the Our Lady of Peace School just beside the church. She told me, laughingly, that she and her classmates used to play within the grounds of the church and always put the holy water on their forehead. They also made themselves conditioned in an air-conditioned Adoration Chapel.

And relating to the title of this post, she is a very fan of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo trilogy which she even bought just yesterday its third installment.

The one I am talking about is Meryl Louise Brown, a half-Filipino, half-British girl whom I never seen a dragon tattoo, maybe just hidden somewhere.

This was originally posted last June 08 in another blogsite.

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