Time will go as fast as it fancies to. That is what September has taught me. In August, time almost dragged until the very end. Every day barely passed, every day lasted years. Until it was September. The first few days of it passed the same, two weeks of book research and Driver’s Test handbooks, until I got an email. It was from the Choreographer … Continue reading September
When I started high school, I realized how embarrassing it was and stopped thinking about her. Threw all of the notebooks away, forgot the name Kitt, forgot the world she lived in.
I erased it completely.
What. An. Idiot. Continue reading Concept Re-Introduction: I Become Kitt
Since graduation, my time is spent a little differently than I’m used to. I don’t have homework to worry about, I don’t have tests to study for (except for the driving test), and no classes to attend, at least until next fall. I got another job, but it’s part time and leaves me with huge holes in my schedule, which is exactly what I wanted. … Continue reading What I Read Last Month!
Today I am beginning to taste the first hints of fall.
Which means, our time together has come to an end. Continue reading Dear Summer,
“Beneath my feet were the bones of a thousand years. I thought: I can not bear this world a moment longer. Then, child, make another.” _________________ A good writer is an even better reader. This is a truth well known by all, and one that I’ve been dodging since I started this blog. In elementary school, I devoured books like fire, and that pace only … Continue reading Circe by Madeline Miller: A Rambling