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Off To A Good Start

I started out at the top of my class. I enjoyed the structure of school—the desk and chair, the fat crayons, the thick, minty smell of  craft paste. 195 more words


Distant Moon

Brin lay back against the roof of her cruiser, listening to the droning song of the cicadas.

She had extended the cruiser’s shield so that she could breathe, unwilling to risk it even this deep in the outback, one of the few places nearly untouched by people.

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Amid the Ruins

Amid the Ruins is the fourth episode of season two of The Walking Dead Game, by TellTale. With very little downtime, this episode ended up being pretty chaotic from start to finish, and brought more deaths along with it than most of the other episodes. 1,064 more words


The Bells of Notre Dame

I understand that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but sometimes I’m shocked by how little people recognize the beauty of IDEAS. Read a poem, see a performance, have a conversation with an interesting thinker; concepts are magical, musical, full of light or darkness. 269 more words

BYU London 2014

What's your story?

When having a bad day, what narrative runs through your mind? What do you tell yourself to get through difficult times?

Joan Didion said that “We tell ourselves stories to survive.” What story do you tell?


An American in Paris

The American? That would be me.

It was a day at Versailles. Unfortunately, Versailles is ENORMOUS, and we went on the worst possible day of the week to go. 307 more words

BYU London 2014

Rattlesnake Lake.

The following two photographs are also from Alyson’s 30th birthday. It turned out to be an eventful week! Here is her narrative: The first photo I snapped exactly one week after my 30th birthday. 226 more words