Some things are hard to write about

1 Mar

Nothing huge has happened since my last post, but, for whatever reason a lot of little things have caused me to stop and really think about what I wanted this post to be. More than anything, I think I write for myself, but obviously a part of me writes for other people. If that weren’t the case, I wouldn’t put this blog out there like I do.

I had a pretty eventful weekend, as I’d mentioned before, but I’m not going to say much about it because…well, I think my homegirl Sylvia Plath says it best:

Some things are hard to write about. After something happens to you, you go to write it down, and either you over dramatize it or underplay it, and exaggerate the wrong parts or ignore the important ones. At any rate, you never write it quite the way you want to.

I don’t know. Maybe that’s emo. It’s so true right now, though. Like I said, nothing huge happened, but I don’t want to give whoever reads this (or if I look at this years from now) the wrong picture, the wrong story. I don’t have to write about every single thing that goes on in my life. Instead, here are three photos, albeit posed, that define what I hope to remember most about this weekend.

With all of that being said and shown, I’m going to be taking a bit of a hiatus until finals are over in a few weeks. I might have some short posts here and there, but I honestly can’t afford to be spending the time I normally spend writing a post if I want to do remotely well this quarter. I can’t remember if I’ve mentioned this already, but I’ve got what I think might be a pretty intense post planned for shortly after I make my return to regular blogging. Until then, I hope that the first day of March has brought you hope that the end of this treacherous winter is near. If you live someplace warm, I envy you.

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One Response to “Some things are hard to write about”

  1. Nancy 03/02/2010 at 11:18 am #

    Great pics. i really like the first one. The Hawksley one of you and Little is very good too. If the shipping weren’t almost as much as the photo, I’d buy it.
    I’ll look forward to when you’re back in your blogosphere.
    Sweet are the uses of adversity…

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