Gosh! Its been awhile since I've last wrote. Not much is new. The apostrophe/quotation mark key on my Chromebook isn't working, so it looks like this: ´ or ¨. I should probably get that looked at. I´m on break now, but even though its December I don't think that it will snow anytime soon, which … Continue reading Christmas Break
I've noticed that several English classes in my school have a reading corner filled with books and a sofa, but I never have enough time to kick back and read them carefreely. That's probably because I take hours to choose a suitable book to read.
I've always wanted to start scrap booking, and for a while I thought I had. I called it my "portfolio of sentimentally important things" (but I'm thinking about a name change.) Looking online though, everyone's definition of scrap booking is completely different from mine, because while they have books with lovely font, paper and photographs, … Continue reading Scrapbooking
Hello. I'm calling you to tell you that you've reached your limit of words for this month. Please stop talking. We waste words We talk so much about things that don't matter Quantity relates to value, The more of something we have the less valuable it is seen as This isn't right I'm concerned about … Continue reading Things we waste: Words
My friends and I have a joke running between us, we say that there are 4 seasons of band that could one day be chronicled into a TV series (I hope not because the actors would look nothing like the real people). I think that I should write down more random scenes that have happened … Continue reading Marching band: Season 2
I think that inanimate objects don't have feelings. They are used to serve a function or express a feeling. I think that personification is such a human thing to do, we have feelings, we assume everything else is the same way, when it probably isn't. Even animals don't have as complex of feelings as us, … Continue reading My View on Inanimate Objects