"Why am I stressed?" This is a question I ask myself a lot. A few hyperbolic, short phrases are usually my explanations. Unsatisfying sentences that leave me feeling inadequate. I’m taking college courses. I work 30 hours a week. Finally, I got tired of plain gestures and decided to calculate out my existence and… It… Continue reading Why I am So Stressed (Mathematically, anyways)
So, back at the beginning of the month (before the world fell apart, RIP March 2020), my friend Molly and I went adventuring up to Cleveland! The plan was simple. Work from 10-3, drive up to Cleveland, go to the art museum, hit a few of the cooler spots, then go down to the Cedar… Continue reading I'm Extremely Bad at Adventuring- A Trip to Cleveland
Rules (as enacted by the wonderful Esther) Thank the creator of the tag: Esther@ Writers of the Valley Thank the nominatorAnswer 4 QuestionsNominate 3 people or as many as you’d like. The Questions go as followed: What is/are your favorite classic(s)?What is/are your favorite scene(s) from that/those classic(s)?Which character in that/those book(s) do you mostly relate to?If… Continue reading The Best Classics Book Tag- Dawn Dagger Edition!
Well, if you're in Ohio, or a COVID-19 affected state, you may have realized that stores are... completely out. Of absolutely everything. Unfortunately, some of those things include: wipesdisinfecting spraysalcohol wipeslaundry soapdish soap We all know that things like dish soap, laundry soap, and, for those with little ones, wipes are something you absolutely cannot… Continue reading Easy Alternatives to Things You May Not Be Able to Find at the Store
Heroism vs. Villiany One motif that is seen in both Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights and Shakespeare’s Hamlet is the motif of revenge. In both novels, the revenge is enacted by a Byronic hero, a main character that is emotional, scarred, and not always operating under the right motives. Despite these similarities, Hamlet is a tragedy… Continue reading Heroism Vs. Villany- A Revenge Essay Comparing “Wuthering Heights” and “Hamlet”
Okay, so, I just found this fantastic resource! We are doing fun things in Aerospace, and I found this website. FlightAware.com You can see every flight in the world, in real time, including when it should land, how long it took, its current mph, and it's altitude. You can find every single bit of information… Continue reading A Great Resource for Mystery and Thriller Writers! (FlightAware)
High school is almost over, and I'm having regrets... I regret not having experiences. Not being bad. I've never snuck out, run away. Never gone on a secret date, never smoked, never drank. I've done nothing bad. Ever. The closest I've ever gotten to doing something bad is kissing my ex-boyfriend when we were barely… Continue reading Yeah I’m Bad… Bad at Baking *sunglasses*