Friday, May 30, 2008

Daily Epiphanies: May 30

1. I often do not have a problem paying for a $3 smoothie (if it's a good one) yet today at the grocery store I had trouble buying a carton of Orange-pinapple juice for the same price. Hmmm

2. I like fruit. Today I bought two items I haven't eaten in a while: pears and grapefruit. Yum.

3. My hair does NOT like this weather . . . at all.

4. I am going to write a children's story book. This morning I re-organized my apartment and created a space for the production of the aforementioned creation.

Sunday, May 11, 2008

(contd.)

Earlier this year, a beloved author, Madeleine L'Engle passed away. Today at the bookstore I found a new book by her! She wrote it in the 1940s, but it wasn't published until this year. I am so excited.

There are a few authors whose work makes my heart race (though not all with the same intensity):
1. C.S. Lewis
2. Madeleine L'Engle
3. L.M. Montgomery
4. Louisa May Alcott
5. Jane Austen

Daily Epiphanies: May 11

Bookstore bring a strong sense of comfort.

Every time I walk into a bookstore, I can almost feel myself being welcomed in . . . like a warm hug from close friends.
There are memories to be found between the covers of so many books . . . and it's a wonderful feeling. I don't need to spend any money, just spend time with my fictional friends.

Friday, May 2, 2008

Daily Epiphanies: May 1 (posted on May 2)

I am staying in Chicago this summer. That means . . .
1) first summer spent in Chicago
2) first time in the last 5 years that I will be living in the same abode for more than 6 months
3) first summer in 15 years that I will not be going to Ontario Pioneer Camp
4) I need to get an internship/job
5) I am scared and excited . . . at the same time.

Sooo . . . if anyone wants to come visit the Windy City, let me know.
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