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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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?
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.
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.
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.
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