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    You’re raw and natural, with gems inside you

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    “What if I look inside myself and I don’t find any gems? What if I’m just a rock?” A year and a half ago, when I was a Sophomore preparing for exams and trying to dig myself out of a depressive rut, I went on a Studio Ghibli binge. As a kid, I had only […]
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    A “Neat” Place

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    I’m a bit of a homebody, and while I’ve gone on exciting adventures in the past…I don’t have any pictures of the occasions. I thought I would go exploring today to find some place cool, but as I was headed back from class, it was preparing to rain. But I’ve always been in love with […]
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    Week 1 Summary

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    How well do you feel you completed the requirements of the week’s assignments? I believe I managed to complete this week’s assignments fairly well, considering all that was required was setting up (and sometimes validating) our accounts on social media. What gave you trouble? What did you enjoy most? What did you learn? I don’t […]
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    Selection from my Daily Drabbles

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    Ears plugged with the sound of cicadas and crickets mingling in the faded light of dawn. The moist air presses against my skin, fills my nose with a damp smell like the lawn after it rains. Tall trees tower overhead and shade the walking path without making it any cooler. The heat is oppressive and […]
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    Introductions

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    As my first twitter post says Or in the case of some: good afternoon, good evening, and good night. My name is Frances Lear, but by some strange logic from my parents that is too tedious to be explained and can be put off for another day when it’s not 9 in the morning, I … Continue reading Introductions

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