Answers

For one of my last assignments of high school, I was commissioned to write a short story based on a work of literature this year. I chose to base my work of fiction on the theme and premise of St. Augustine’s Confessions (my favorite Christian treatise, by the way!) Answers: by Rebecca W. He hurried…

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Elsa

Done on my little Samsung Galaxy Note, with ArtFlow! Abby got Frozen for her birthday, and we recently watched it with our brothers and Grandma. Despite its flaws, I love this movie. And I’ve been introduced to a new possibility. Elsa and Hans! Frozen 2? Redemption of the beautifully wicked Hans? I think yes! fanguuuurling…

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flashes, flashing, flare (lighting up the night with my lamp and racing pen)

For lack of a better title, that actually sounds like a title. Because the post title I’m using sounds nooothing like one. Whatever. this usually doesn’t happen. I mean, I’m usually not alone in the bedroom, but this weekend is an exception. My sister Abby (who shares a room with me), has flown away to…

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A Riddle

For a recent assignment in literature, I was supposed to write a riddle inspired by those given in Jane Austen’s Emma (namely Mr. Elton’s significant one, which was intended to mean Courtship). I had a great deal of fun with it. This riddle is supposed to be from a studious guy to a girl he…

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Yourself.

How can you make a difference when your thoughts never leave the page of your diary? How can you ever be a leader when you never think of something eloquent or powerful to say in a group or crowd? How can you affect society when you’d rather keep to the  back of the room, when…

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