I’ve always wanted people to call me Little K-mart. Ever since Morgan Britt came up with the name. The only one who really does it is Colin Fitt. How about everybody calls me that from now on? That sounds like a good plan.
Kelly’s surrealist obsession continues! Today from Magritte
Kelly posted this today. I wonder if she knows that Magritte is my favorite painter ever. Probably not. Well, that’s about it. I like the sea in this one.
Well, it’s been a long school year and it’s coming to an end. It’s a very bittersweet end.
On one hand, I’m very excited for next year and what it has in store for me.
On the other hand, this is the first year that I have friends that will be leaving me for college.
I love you all and it was such an honor and a privilege to have met you. Good luck in the future and come back to visit!
There are places in this world that cannot be seen.
They cannot be touched
They are inside of each person.
We have our own worlds that we retreat to.
We have fantastic worlds
Of brilliant colors -
We do not own these worlds.
They are not ours to keep.
We must share them.
And in doing so, we sow the seeds
That let them grow;
That let us grow.
I taught my friend about science recently. It was like sandblasting a soup cracker.
She liked it.
I don’t understand people.
They’re very pretty. I saw the most stars in my life in October ‘09 in West Virginia at a youth retreat. Though it was impossible, I saw the sky lit up as bright as day. I knew it was God.
I learned today that one should never call someone from an airplane and say, “Hi, Jack!”
One: they don’t encourage phones, and
Two: they might misunderstand.
My dad had been trying to get me to read this for a long time, and for some reason I resisted it. I see now I was wrong. This book is great. It is politically, scientifically, and psychologically accurate. I would reccomend it to absolutely everyone.
I like big places. I like cities where you can get lost in a crowd and nobody will recognize you. I’ve known this for a long time. I’ve always known I’m bigger than this town. I was made for bigger things. One day I’m leaving. I’m making my way in this world.
I’m going places. And I’m not looking back.
Everyone stops trying to help me. Alright? Alright.
This is true for me too now. I <3 you, Andrea!