♔ “I returned to my life, as flawed and confounding and mysterious and promising as it was. I felt fragile for a while; I knew that what had happened had been genuinely frightening, even threatening. But the fact is, I didn’t die; I survived, and I told myself that fact every single day. It’s a little like having a meteor land in your backyard without hitting the house. You can either focus on the meteor, and what almost happened, or you can focus on the fortunate miss and what didn’t happen. I decided to do my best to focus on the miss.” —Elyn Saks, The Center Cannot Hold

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Jeremiah 29:11 "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future."
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It’s 63 degrees (F) out; the sun’s barely showing while the raindrops fall from the sky onto the ground. I was planning on doing all of my homework—since last night—the minute I woke up today. Apparently decided against it and got zero done. My break, so far, consists of sleep, eat, read, internet, take pictures, stay up late. No schoolwork-related done in between. (How productive.) 5 days left before going back to school from the break; it seems like I will be putting off my homework right till the last minute. What are you thinking, Khae? No, cross that out; I am positively not doing that. 

Anyone so into their book that they shut everybody/everything out when reading? Happens to me all the time. I just finished a book the other night, then jumped to another one and finished it minutes ago. And now I have just started reading the book that I bought from Barnes & Noble yesterday and currently on page 1. I just can’t get enough; I can’t help it. With the rain, a comfortable bed and blanket, and a good book in hand—that is just too nice that I don’t want to take all the joy out of it. That is probably why I have never done any homework over the past six days since the break kicked off. But I might start on them tonight. Or early morning tomorrow. But no later than that, though, that would be a mistake if ever. 

My break, without books and internet and a camera, I will likely be bored out of my mind. But thank God I luckily have them. 

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