A human looking up at a giraffe is me looking up to essentially everyone around me. Everyone is overwhelmingly tall, and then there is me.
If you know me, you would know I’m quite short. I stand at 4 feet 11 ¾ inches (although my doctor is now telling me that I’m only at ½ inches. So it is a very sad day, I lost ¼ an inch. My height must be why I’m perceived as younger than I am.
Continue reading The Right Way to Procrastinate
How do you find it?
This is the question I along many others finding themselves asking. Some may say that it just comes to you and when it does use it right away. Others say that you need to go somewhere to find it. Be in a certain place, around certain people. And I think that is all wrong.
To find inspiration all you need is to look deep inside of you. Continue reading How to Find Inspiration
I wanted to write this post about one of my favorite blogs, Baker’s Royale.
Now, Naomi from Baker’s Royale is just amazing. I love the concept of her blog. She remixes recipes that she finds online, through food magazines, and even ones that are sent in by her readers. Continue reading Baker’s Royale
When reading an essay, the thesis is the first thing a person will look at. It needs to be strong. It needs to grab the readers attention. It needs to be clear. But most of all, it needs to explain the purpose of your writing.
Continue reading How to start: My Thesis
“There is a silver lining to every rainy cloud.” – Mr. Ziebarth
This week was the most rainy of all my weeks thus far.
5 hours of sleep proceeded every 6 hour school day , and 3 hour rehearsals followed that. Continue reading A Rainy Week
I love analogies and my English class read the Scarlet Letter a while back, I never wrote a blog post on it, so I thought this would be the perfect time to combine both.
Continue reading Bananas & Apples
I always hear “follow the prompt” when I write an English essay. The most important thing, as I am told, is to follow the prompt.
“OBEY the prompt” -Mr. Ziebarth
Continue reading Follow the Prompt
I have been having the strongest craving for fish for the past couple months. Only sushi though, because I hate all fish otherwise.
Continue reading Unsatisfied Cravings
Recently we started to write Definition Essays as our latest focus on the Modes of Discourse.
This essay has probably been one of the most difficult ones I’ve written, so far. Continue reading How to define a definition
Every show has them, the scenes that don’t make the cut. They are sometimes too long, irrelevant or don’t turn out as well. Some are actually good but there isn’t enough room, the show wouldn’t necessarily be worse or better with or without them. But they could add a lot, going in-depth on certain parts or a
dding dynamic. Try looking sometime at your favorite show or movie and see how many deleted scenes there actually are. This may surprise you.
Continue reading Deleted Scenes