I have taken Caltrain twice in my lifetime.
As I sat and watched the landscape fly by outside the window, I was also extremely conscious of those surrounding me. The man with the bright orange bike and even brighter shirt. The girl with a tired-looking book-bag slung across her shoulder, headphones in and eyes closed. The young boy chattering excitedly to someone that looked to be his mother- “Mommy, train run fast? Train fly far!” Continue reading
1. There are two weeks of school left.
2. I actually managed to get through AP testing without collapsing.
3. I am painting jellyfish on a stool in art class.
4. I am addicted to painting jellyfish. Continue reading
Walking to school on that path near the eucalyptus trees in the morning– it’s really something special…
First I’m fine, walking at an even pace down the pavement with music pounding in my ears. I have no second thoughts about how I might be damaging my eardrums because I’m far more concerned with the drumbeat in the background. Maybe I should start thinking about it? Continue reading
you carry yourself with certain uncertainty and I wonder why that is. Continue reading
Jupiter threw me for a bit of a loop.
A little over two weeks ago, I got to go stargazing with some good friends. There were other groups there too that had brought their own equipment, including the standard telescopes as well as some gigantic binoculars on steroids. We could see a few constellations really clearly, and there was even the chance to see Jupiter’s stripes as well as four of its moons. Continue reading
I’ll let you figure out what’s what.