One of the last assignments I have for this school year in history/English is a personal narrative. The prompt is the question, what was a time you felt like an outsider? This is what I wrote. Theoretically speaking, the line between life as an only child and life with siblings should be dark, thick, and… Continue reading An essay I wrote for school
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 solved the Rubix's cube for the first time(!!!!!!). I've wanted to learn how to solve a Rubix's cube for a really long time, but it didn't happen until last month. It was one of my goals last year, and I even borrowed Jonathan's cube as preparation, but nope. Nothing came to fruition. It just… Continue reading Life, lately (Rubix’s cubes & New York Times & March for Life)
This year, around the time when summer was about to start, I felt the urge to get a haircut. It started off when a couple of girls got their hair cut and reminded me that I should probably get one too. Also, if I think about it, I usually tend to go for shorter hair… Continue reading Sometimes, all you need is a different conditioner.
8/2/18: My school's volleyball has a tradition that on the last day of tryouts, the new varsity players get picked up without warning by the people who've already been on the team for "initiation." That's a blurry picture I took of myself during it. I'm in the car with a blindfold on. I guess them blindfolding… Continue reading August 2018: photo dump and mini-stories
I tried a Chobani Flip. (Yes, that's my finger in the picture. And yes, this picture doesn't even have the Chobani Flip in it. But it's still yogurt, so close enough.) The existence of these special yogurt creations was first brought to my attention by Sarah Beth's comment on my April post, and I was… Continue reading Life, lately (yogurt & the peg game & books in multiple forms)
Right now in geometry class, we're doing proofs, and honestly, I highly doubt anybody will ever have to use what we're learning after they graduate college. Unless he or she becomes a mathematician and wins a Nobel prize (jk: there's no Nobel for math). For example, my sister is a fashion designer, and the only… Continue reading How school actually applies to real life