While I was on vacation this past week, I came to a realization: I don’t know how love works.
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I’m not really afraid of conventional things. Needles don’t bother me. Funny, that’s the only conventional fear that I can think of. But that doesn’t mean I’m fearless. Here are some things I’m afraid of:
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I’m an only child. To make up for this, many of my favorite fictional characters (and sometimes my favorite famous people) are like family to me. I used to shy away from this, because I thought if people knew, they would think I was weird. But more recently, I’ve embraced it. I even admitted it in my Children’s Literature class.
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*Elicit – to draw forth or bring out
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If I had to choose between writing my own blog and reading others, I don’t think I could.
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This post was originally just going to be about Divergent and Dauntless cake, but then I thought, “Why not blow it wide open and include all the fandoms?” So, here goes nothing.
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We’ve all heard of writer’s block, right? But I’m sure you’ve never heard of reader’s block. I wasn’t quite sure I knew what it was myself. I’ve certainly never had a problem with not reading anything. If I got paid to read all day, that would be the best job in the world.
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I should preface this with some clarification: I say “elementary school” because I didn’t really go to “middle school”. I was at the same school from kindergarten until eighth grade.
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Growing up, I didn’t really have a security blanket. I can’t remember ever needing one.
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From the moment I walked into her class, I knew something was special. Spanish class was going to be great.
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