Journal archives: the month of September

First of all, there’s no real reason for the featured image here, it just brings me joy. Secondly, to explain this post, the first section is something I wrote one year ago. The next section is my response to myself after re-finding this entry. 9/9/20“Summer is a beginning, I had told myself as May came…

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I wrote a poem everyday for a month

April was National Poetry Month, and I celebrated by participating in Escapril! It is a writing challenge started by the poet Savannah Brown (who I love) and involved writing a poem based on a different prompt every single day. I’ve always loved poetry and admired poets, but I never really considered myself one. For a…

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Books I’ve Read Recently

Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia "I pray I'll see you again. You must come for me, Noemí. You have to save me." I rarely read horror/gothic books so this was different for me, but I liked it. The main character, Noemí, is a smart, headstrong socialite who is dragged into haunting and suspenseful circumstances. After…

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Things I miss as 2020 comes to a close

Seeing my best friends’ faces unobstructed by a mask and not through a phone screen. Not discussing test results with them. Waiting in an unnecessary long line to drink perfectly crappy coffee at a diner at 10am after staying up way too late the night before. We are yawning and our hair is unkempt, but…