Word nerd 1.4

Obligations

Source: Each little bird that sings, Deborah Wiles, 47

context: Grandmother Lucy always says a woman always honers her certain obligations.

Their words: the action of obligating oneself to a course of action (as by a promise or vow)

My words: Keeping their promise, never giving up on it

Picture:

“He was without imagination”

  • ”How to build a Fire”, The man had no imagination and I really do think that that really does have lots to do with how he was living. Because if I am ever sad or am not having a good day I just Imagine It was amazing. I mean I guess at the end he was halusinating  and kinda going all crazy but that is so different. And I think that he has the lack of imagination like this because he is such a real world and down to earth type of person. And I really feel like someone with the lack of imagination like this here would’nt be a very happy person and they probably would be pretty depressed, But I would probably be a grumpy teenager or a older man.

Word nerd 1.3

  • Vigil

Source: Each little bird that sings

Deborah Wiles, 45

Context: It was dismays way of seeing them of to the new world, It was Vigil.

Their words: 

the act of keeping awake at times when sleep is customary also a period of wakefulness
My words: He was awake for a long time…

The best book I ever read

The best book I have ever read yet Is not actually just a book it is a series and it has 14 books and the author of them in Lemony Snicket. This a a very weird book series because if you are just having a sad day you should not read this because this will just make you so so sad, There is quite  a bit of deaths and if I do say so myself  It kept me at the edge of my seat most of the time… So it is about these three kids who’s parents died because there house bernt down. So their creepy uncle was the one who would be taking care of them and he just wanted to do this because of there fortune that he would take, So this book Just takes you on there journey to get away from him…

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