Hey it’s May! This time, I think I’ve got a pretty fitting movie (I haven’t read in a few months, take it easy). It’s called My Neighbor Totoro, directed by Hayao Miyazaki and produced by Studio Ghibli. It is anime, but not in the stereotypical sense. It also has fantasy aspects, such a soot sprites… Continue reading A Novel Idea: May
I’m pretty much just using this class period as blogging time since I know I pretty much never have free time as it is. I can exempt all my finals, so I have no business being in school other than for afterschool commitments. Today, I have National Art Honors Society stuff to take care of… Continue reading Random Rambles
One year, two months, one day, one and a half hours. That’s how long I’ve been in this relationship. The honeymoon stage is well and gone, but the love is still there. Though it doesn’t feel like it a lot of the time. It’s as if the love is just lingering, but not in the… Continue reading Have you ever felt c’est la vie?
Finally home after a long day of work, I hopped up onto the couch and called over my beloved pet. “Richard! Come here boy!” My sweet little New Yorker came around the kitchen corner. He was only a baby, just 24 years old. In dog years, 3. “Aw, there’s my little sweetie pie! Come here!”… Continue reading Satire Reversal – Richard
So I just sat down in my room in the G Wing on the first floor, waiting for someone to explain the mystery award they call Marquette Senior Excellence. They better give a good explanation as to why I should be here instead of at home, catching up on all the work I haven’t done… Continue reading Senior Excellence, Apparently
Hi everyone! So here’s the link to my first short story, Heartbreak Hitman. I hope it goes well. I worked hard, just like everyone else in both creative writing classes. I don’t want to get myself all worked up and excited for a few months of nothing. Still, I can say that I’m a published… Continue reading Finally Published!
The icy frost finally melted to reveal the bright green grass underneath. Buds sprouted from every branch, soft and full of life. The sunshine shone on the newly grown leaves. Pollen dusted bees buzzed happily around every bloom. It was official: spring had sprung. And in every garden bed of every home, the perennials bloomed as well. In one… Continue reading Children’s Story: Welcome to the Garden