Category Archives: Memoirs

Sometimes I Forget That Gilbert Morris Isn’t My Grandfather

When I was nine years old, I went to Alaska for a couple weeks. It was summer there, the first time I had seen daylight that lasted all night, or until after seven, for that matter. We stayed with family friends. I ended up in the teenage daughter’s room.

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4th Anniversary

My write club just had our fourth anniversary party, and I’m like, “???” It doesn’t seem like I’ve known any of them that long, but at the same time I feel like I’ve known them forever?

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Can Moa Fly?

When I was in college, I was an English minor. I wasn’t super interested in the lit classes because I’m awful at metaphors and poetry, but I did take all the writing classes that were offered.

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The First Episode I Remember

Other than the first couple episodes of Naruto, the earliest anime I have a really distinct memory of is from the Skypeia arc of One Piece. My family went to someone’s house for dinner, and it was a Sunday night, so their son retreated for half an hour to watch the new One Piece episode.

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It’s been so long since I posted on this blog regularly that I’m not really sure what the “Follow That Rabbit” aesthetic is anymore. I guess books are the closest thing I’ve ever had to a theme. Looking back though, I noticed that I used to write about a lot of other things too.

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Half a Year

So it’s been almost six months since the last time I posted anything on this blog. I just haven’t had anything to talk about. Continue reading

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Messy Endings

I’m readingĀ Deathly Hallows right now, and even though I’m team “Nineteen Years Later is not canon,” I do appreciate how well JKR wrapped up the series. It has me thinking about stories that didn’t get a happily ever after wrap-up.

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