I take it you’re not thinking about grad school at all?
I just can’t afford grad school right now, and it’s definitely something I’d like to consider in the future, but I don’t know when I’ll be ready financially for that.
Also, I’m a little afraid of doing it because I know deep down in my heart that one of the main reasons I want to go to grad school is just because I want to still be IN SCHOOL in CLASSROOMS and LEARNING and stuff. Because that’s been my environment since I was a preschooler, so it’s weird to think about never doing that again, and I absolutely hate change and don’t want to do something just because it’ll give me a crutch to lean on. Not that I certainly don’t want to take any more writing classes (I am actually considering taking some night classes over the summer, instead of becoming a full time student again) but I’m not sure if it’s the right decision for me. djsahgjla i just don’t knoooow i am v distressed
It’s about the Holocaust and is told from the real-life perspective of the author, who was a survivor.
The book’s really good, too, but it’s gotten me close to crying.
Like, hella close.
That is one of the most intense books I’ve ever read for an English class. I actually had to recover for a few months after reading it the first time.
It’s incredibly difficult and intense but one of the most amazing, if not THE most amazing, true accounts I’ve ever read.
you think you’re sad now
wait until you watch lost
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY MOM THANKS FOR THE SHOES I COULDN’T RUN WITHOUT THEM