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Recently, my right eye was infected from my contact, and now my eyesight there (while it’s medicated) is blurry and weird.
IT’S LIKE A HORROR MOVIE.
I’m an avid fan of the Vampire Diaries SHOW. I didn’t like the books, but the show is epic.
Now I’m seeing vampires, black shadows, writhing spirits everywhere FROM MY RIGHT EYE.
I think I’m going to lay off the Science Fiction for a while, guys.
Dance With Me
I know what you’re thinking. “She’s relentless!”
Yup. I am. Tenacity does have it’s virtues. Dance With Me is a funny romance- and NO it’s not a chick-flick or a cliche. Sure, it’s got cliche elements-doesn’t everything in society? But there’s a darker side to this story that I think will appeal to readers, and it’s not at all about twinkly vampires and meek girls who’d I’d personally like to beat over the head with a baking pan for humiliating the female gender.
Here’s the intro:
“Don’t pretend that you don’t feel this, Ivy. Because if you don’t… I’ll just have to keep trying until you do.” After a nightmare of a past relationship, you’d think Ivy deserved to finish her senior year in peace. But no, that just wasn’t possible if Asher Grayson had anything to say about it. Think you’ve seen bad boys? You haven’t seen anything yet. Asher’s gone to juvie for vandalizing a strip mall, tossed a bouncer through a window, and gotten in more fights than Al Capone. And that’s on his off days. He’s rich, popular, and a heartbreaker. Definitely not who Ivy is looking for to pick up the pieces of her heart. But fate intervenes, and they need each other to graduate. How? By joining the National Dance Tournament. Asher is hiding a past that could threaten Ivy’s life, if the opinionated, nosy girl gets too close. And Ivy has a secret…a secret that shattered her soul and is coming back for more. Will they be able to protect each other from the past that haunts them? Or, will they even be able to make it to the National Dance Tournament without going at each other’s throats?
Hello, oh wise ones of WordPress! I need advice, and where better to look than in a pool of the most intellectual people to be found online (yes, this is major kissing up).
MY ISSUE: I’m in AP language Arts as a junior, and I want to drop the class. I hate dropping a class because it feels like I’m giving up and not focused on my future, but the worst part is my Dad. I’m aware he wants whats best for me and wants me to reach my full potential. He’s especially shocked because Language arts is usually a cake walk to me. But this is RHETORIC. And I’m falling behind in my other classes. I want to make my Dad understand without making him think I’m giving up, or that I’m weak, or that I don’t care about my future anymore. I just…I just can’t. Sometimes a person gets tired of comparing themselves to better people and wondering what they have that they don’t.
Comments, advice, thoughts? Much appreciated!!