Autumn Ramblings {feat. my fall photo dump, the four winds, and Howl’s Moving Castle}

This is where I resurface for the death of the leaves during my favorite season and scatter random thoughts like the wind. For example, since my unexplained disappearance from the blogging sphere, I have discovered that there is nothing like college applications to make you feel like you've accomplished nothing with your high-school years. While,… Continue reading Autumn Ramblings {feat. my fall photo dump, the four winds, and Howl’s Moving Castle}

April | pictures, writings, and little thoughts

It's hard to believe that it's already May of 2021. A few more months and I'll be a legal adult, but in the meantime, I have started the process of applying to various colleges, signed up for the CLT test, painted half a tiger, and finished classes for my junior year. Plus some other various… Continue reading April | pictures, writings, and little thoughts

Thoughts On Dialogues | both the fictional and non fictional kind

On Monday I shall present for my class by memory a Socratic dialogue I have written. I have always found writing new things interesting, whether it be puzzling over a new poetry forms, reorganizing preexistent phrases as seen in bookbinder poetry, or experimenting with different point of views and tenses in a scene. Writing a… Continue reading Thoughts On Dialogues | both the fictional and non fictional kind

7 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Painting {aka what I have learned in the last couple months}

It all started with Shakespeare. I know, I know. It's a strange place to start but that's where it all began. For almost five years I had not touched my painting supplies, partly out of fear and partly out of busyness, but in March my co-op class was studying The Taming of the Shrew, and… Continue reading 7 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started Painting {aka what I have learned in the last couple months}

a little post named “random”

Have you ever just wanted to write for the sake of writing? Nothing planned. Nothing plotted. After a long day of pounding out papers and scratching out math equations, just you and your thoughts winding out slowly onto the page, forming little splotches of black on white. The itch comes every once and a while… Continue reading a little post named “random”