No place I’d rather be

I stared out the window, at the same time paying attention to the vibrant chatter of my sister and best friends, the twins Megan and Kayla. The four of us rode in their small white car on the highway circling round the Puget Sound to a small town across the Sound from Seattle. Towering trees…

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The Fork in the Road

Like any high schooler in the college-selecting process, I faced a variety of options to choose from. My passions in different areas increased my confusion and uncertainty. Art universities offering a wide selection of specialized courses in animation, 2D and 3D design, illustration, and a number of other creative degrees that attracted me. I began…

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Subtlety

There is no sweeter innocence than our gentle sin  In the madness and soil of that sad earthly scene Only then I am human Only then I am clean  “Take me to Church” by Hozier (Grammy’s selected Song of 2014) It’s catchy, clever, and provocative. Today, secular music has managed to capture the full attention…

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To be a lover of the vintage, the classic, the archaic

It means to relish in reading of the past: History. It is definitely not surprising to you that I am a major fan of anything historical. My favorite books are from the Classic Lit. genre. The artists I look up to most are the masters, the stars of the Renaissance, and a lot of the…

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Last time i felt brave?

What with a surgery, college prep, finishing senior year, and a multitude of other things going on, it is easy to sink into what Anne calls, “the Depths of Despair”. I tend to get overwhelmed pretty easily, when my emotions ride up and down, waves and waves of confusing feelings and doubts and fears and…

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