I have a penchant for reading banned books, apparently.
Though this one isn’t as pleasant as To Kill A Mockingbird. It’s actually really depressing, but a thought-provoking read.
Animal Farm is actually a fairy tale. No, not the fairy tales of princesses and dragons. It’s specifically a book written with flat characters. Character arcs are few and far in between. Continue reading
Hiya. Today we venture into the dark, deadly, slightly morbid, and screaming eel infested waters. Who’s with me?
I know, it’s a terrible way to start a post. But I wasn’t lying about the dark and deadly stuff. Scroll on, but be warned that this isn’t about being stuck babysitting a hacker. Continue reading
Hi people! Life has been crazy for a while now, but that should all come to an end within the next two weeks. *glitter everywhere*
I’ve heard that writing about your personal life makes your blog, well, more personable. I don’t know about that, but it sounded fun to write, so here we are.
(Sorry for the lack of posts. I’ve been a little busy.)
Anyways, isn’t the weather just delightful? *sneezes* The pollen is flying through the air, bugs are biting, and every single flower and tree are releasing some sort of allergen.
So I’ve been stuck indoors, and what do you do when you’re stuck inside? Read. Lots of reading. If you’ve re-read all your favorites, you might just want to scroll through this post to find similar books to your tastes. 😉 Continue reading
So, apparently people like to read sarcastic posts about homeschooling. And I love writing sarcastic posts about homeschooling. Therefore, you get another homeschooling post.
It’s almost summer!!! All my classes (except the dreaded math) are ending this month!!! (Huge perk of homeschooling–all my classes end super early.) That means I’m
cramming frantically like the world’s ending studying for all the tests and trying to raise my grades a few points. That’s why this post is late.
Anyways, since people tend to think we homeschoolers sit around all day in their pajamas, hopefully this will dispel those myths. Continue reading
Let me say a scary word. GOALS.
Ah, goals. They’re shiny, impossible things that everyone wants to conquer, but they are kind of scary to because no one ever seems to complete them.
I have too many of them. And yet I add to the on-going list all. the. time.
Now, some people might say it’s good to make goals. People tend to make goals during New Years, but February rolls around, and everyone has quietly dropped those goals. (Except for the select few that actually keep those goals. In that case, good for you.)
Here’s the problem with goals. They tear me down. Continue reading
I’ve gotten tired of all the silly questions. (If you’re a homeschooler, you know what I mean.)
So from now on, anytime someone asks me one of these, I’m just going to point them to this helpful list. If you’re a non-homeschooler, do us a favor and read this list anyways so you don’t have to ask them yourselves. If you’re a homeschooler, well, I guess you’ll just feel with me. Continue reading
I‘m an INTJ, and I know several people who are INTJs. I like to think I know a bit about this topic. (Note, even if you aren’t interested in typing your characters, this may be helpful for any villain.)
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Myers-Briggs testing, INTJs are known as the planners, strategists, and brilliant masterminds. Consequently, they are often portrayed as the villain in fiction when they appear. INTJs tend to express little emotion, and their logic is nearly flawless, but why always put him/her in the antagonist’s role? People often place the INTJ as the antagonist in their story. This is wrong. In the classic novel, there is a corrupted mastermind who plans world domination, or something equally damaging, like cutting in line for coffee. Along comes a rookie, who knows nearly nothing about the destroying-evil villains process, (Or how long the guy has waited for everyone to look in a different direction,) and they find a flaw in the antagonist’s plan. Ka-boom, brilliant mastermind with years of experience defeated by a novice. (At the very least, the INTJ has to wait his turn in line for coffee.) Continue reading
Story Time: English class, with my wonderful teacher. (It’s a homeschool class, with maybe 20 students.) We were discussing poetry, and the topic of conversation was William Shakespeare’s Sonnets. One girl (obviously a fangirl,) cried, “I ship it.”
My poor teacher. She was like, “what on earth are you talking about?” So the girl repeated herself. “I ship it.” My teacher had no idea what she was talking about. No one really wanted to try and explain our craziness to the world, so eventually, my teacher gave up, and turned back to discussing people that were like summer days.
Read on for ship worthy fictional couples. ❤ Continue reading
I didn’t realize that today is World Poetry Day. So, you all are lucky enough to get TWO posts in one day, when I only said I was going to write a short post.
Anyways, today is World Poetry Day. Twitter is brimming with poems, the hashtag is #WorldPoetryDay. (of course.) Continue reading