Adulthood: A Matter of Biology and Potential

I wrote this essay for my English class. A new story idea might bloom from the research I gathered...Hopefully you find the topic interesting and challenging as I do. 🙂 Adulthood is not behavior-defined. It is biologically defined. That said, once the body has physically transformed into an adult, normally occurring at a certain age, … Continue reading Adulthood: A Matter of Biology and Potential

J17–Writing My Story: The Value of Journaling

Tune your ears to the mournful strains of keening violins as I recount my tragic tale: Scribbled in crooked cursive across a chalky turquoise background with a stark white bloom, the words “I, Abigail Grace Kenyon, Started this diary on October 2, 2013” commenced my short-lived—and sparse—relationship with journaling. The opening sentences to my sixteenth … Continue reading J17–Writing My Story: The Value of Journaling

J10–Nino

I've never met someone excessively famous, but I think this pianist could enter the "famous" category for music. Either way, she's amazing. Go check her out playing Schumann's Allegro Affettuoso from his Concerto in A minor, Op. 54!   I peeked through the back door before stepping inside. A semicircle of chairs gathered around the … Continue reading J10–Nino