More Marvel memes (because ENDGAME)

If you're not into the Marvel movies or haven't heard people talk about Avengers: Endgame, here's a quick summary of what's going on. Marvel, a company owned by Disney, has made eighteen(?) movies so far about this group of superheroes. In Infinity War, the (chronologically) previous Marvel movie, a lot of people died because this… Continue reading More Marvel memes (because ENDGAME)

Life, lately (emailing people & ice-cream & art museum)

Emailing people This year in history/English class, I read Frankenstein. Near the beginning, there was a quote in it that I bookmarked because it immediately reminded me this blog post writted by Austin Kleon. (I also talked about him in my last post as the person who made black-out poems the thing they are today.)… Continue reading Life, lately (emailing people & ice-cream & art museum)

I try my hand at black out poems

The "yes, we're sinking" poem is called "Overheard on the Titanic," and it's by Austin Kleon. He's very arguably the person who made blackout poems the thing they are today. A while back, I did a post of some awesome poems I found online (mainly by him), but today's post is of some that I… Continue reading I try my hand at black out poems

Three podcast recommendations

I started listening to podcasts because of the blog ModernMrs.Darcy by Anne Bogel. For most of the week, the posts are all about reading and life, but every Tuesday, new episodes of her podcast, What Should I Read Next?, are dropped. When I first started reading her blog, I would check every Tuesday knowing there would be… Continue reading Three podcast recommendations

When I’m asked what I want to be when I grow up

The question "What do you want to be when you grow up?" used to be asked by adults as a bad ice-breaker, but now I'm at the age when it's turning into (if it hasn't already) a question that they're actually expecting an answer from. At this point, how I respond to that question usually… Continue reading When I’m asked what I want to be when I grow up