It’s been interesting, to say the least. And the week is only half over, only two more days of school- which I’m happy for. I got this beautiful journal at Marshall’s the other day, and I can’t seem to put it down. I’ve been writing and writing in it, and I’ve finally found my muse again. Currently, I’m writing a story about an art teacher with a different sort of twist in it, one that I’ve personally never read about. SO at least I’m feeling a little original here. Anyways, I actually have a few followers and I’m surprised, frankly. It may only be two or three but I still have them, which makes me smile. It’s a good feeling to know what you post might actually be read.
I have a book review in my drafts that I’m going to finish up and write. If you’ve ever read the Lux series, you might be familiar with it. But that’s all the spoilers I’m giving at the moment. My mother handed me a new book today. Looking for Alaska, by John Green. I’ve heard it’s good, so now I’m putting that opinion on trial- once I finish the book I’m reading. My problem this week is that I can’t seem to get motivated to read. I love the book and it’s keeping me hooked, but I just don’t feel like sitting down for a bit and reading and finishing it. I’m halfway through, and hopefully by tomorrow night it’ll be completed. Perhaps I’ll even post a review about it, though I’m not sure if I will just because I’ve been dragging it out chapter by chapter.
So let’s see, something else to ramble on and talk about, as I’ve seemed to be doing a lot of this in this post.
I think I have an English quiz tomorrow. I hate English, by the way. While I love to write and read, the grammar lessons are positively prosaic. They don’t hold my attention and my mind started to wander and that’s not a good thing. Which is why I usually fail the quizzes and tests on it. The good news, is that I make up for it in mandarin. I get 105’s on those. So, while I can’t even write my own language well, I can write a foreign language with ease. Welcome to the upside down chronicles on my life.
until next time,