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Tag Archives: challenge
My favorites. This is not my favorite part of the challenge. First off, ‘reflection‘ is kind of cheesy. But maybe that’s just me. I like to call it [and did call it], afterthoughts. I also don’t love this part because … Continue reading
My favorite zoo. I thought of writing about the San Diego Zoo because it’s famous, but it’s not my favorite. Maybe it was the circumstances of my visit—the company, the heatwave. It wasn’t as pleasant as I’d hoped. My favorite … Continue reading
My favorite year. I gave this a lot of thought. Too much, in fact. How do I know it was too much? Because I brought myself to tears while mulling it over. I decided to only consider years post-college… so … Continue reading
My favorite x-cuse. I’m pretty sure this is the worst letter for this challenge. Nope, I’m sure. It’s the worst. You can tell because I totally cheated. Obviously excuse does not start with x, but fuck it. It’s almost midnight … Continue reading
My favorite weather. The obvious w’s would have been writer or word, but I feel that I already covered those with my favorite books and my favorite obscenity. So this is what you get. I’ll try to make it exciting. … Continue reading
My favorite vacation. When I was four years old, my parents took us to Walt Disney World (Florida). It was the most magical experience of my life up to that point. Actually, I think it was the most magical experience … Continue reading
My favorite uncle and other u’s. My favorite uncle is Uncle Joe. Isn’t Joe everyone’s favorite uncle? It seems like everyone has an Uncle Joe. My Uncle Joe is hilarious. He tells boob jokes during Thanksgiving dinner. That may not … Continue reading