Monthly Archives: February 2018

Judah and the Lion

It had been five hours since we started our drive, but my sister and I were just as energetic and excited as we were the second we got into the car. “In two hours we’ll meet them. Isn’t that weird?” … Continue reading

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Plenty of fish

Statistically speaking, how likely is it that anyone will ever find their soulmate? Sure, it’s probably possible, but just how possible? There are what, like, seven billion people on the planet? Most of which are living in completely different parts … Continue reading

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Oh! The Places WE’LL Go!

I know that you’re out there… somewhere. Maybe across the world or right next to me, but I know that we are meant to be. You are a picture of beauty and everything I envision. You have a brain beyond … Continue reading

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What I Learned From The 100

In January, I got the chance to miss three days of school and head up to Vancouver to watch the production of my favorite tv show, The 100. Now I probably know what a lot of people were thinking: this … Continue reading

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I am Grateful For:

I feel like I’ve been ungrateful lately and since it’s a new type of New Year here are the things I’m grateful for: My family, who I am always thankful for but don’t tell them often enough. My friends, I’m … Continue reading

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Pool toe

When we were kids, we spent the entire summer in the pool. We would bounce around in the water for hours on end, using our feet to push off the sides so many times that we would get blisters on … Continue reading

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two poems

A dead man’s nostalgia Don’t forget me, please. The old treehouse and its rotten ladder, Those baby pictures laying on the dusty counter, Old drawings on the walls from when laughter and cries would echo from them, Dirty handprints on … Continue reading

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