This blog post was difficult to write. At first, I didn’t know why it was so hard to write. I thought writer’s block or my anxiety was just getting in the way. Writer’s block didn’t make a whole lot of sense, though, because I was able to write. The problem wasn’t that I didn’t know … Continue reading Untitled
I watched a scary movie with my dad and my boyfriend earlier tonight. It was realistic, which is what made it so good. The movie was exaggerated, of course. But the overall idea of the story was believable. In my opinion, the best scary movies are imaginable. If the characters are believable and relatable, you … Continue reading Fear
When I was young something horrible happened. It didn’t directly affect me but it was the kind of thing that should have brought me to tears. But it didn’t. A family member who I saw maybe every summer, if that, passed away. This person was amazing, one of a kind. I know everyone says that … Continue reading Cry Baby
Last Wednesday my grandma, mom, boyfriend, and I woke up at 3:45 in the morning. My mom had an appointment in Irvine at seven, which is about an hour (without traffic) from our house. We left at 4:30 and got there at 5:45. The red light was on at Krispy Kreme and since we had … Continue reading Pessimists
“If you were me, you’d know. But you’re not, so don’t think you do” (Rachel Wolchin).
When I was living in Colorado I was always angry. Anytime a coworker or customer would do something mildly irritating I would get so mad. I couldn’t do anything but take a break, remove myself from the situation until I could calm down. Thankfully, I never let the anger get the best of me in … Continue reading Anger