Author Archives: Megan

Absolutely Nothing- A Short Story

December 1774, New England, America. I hold my lantern in the air and shout out his name over and over again. The snow this year had been completely ridiculous, and the wind sunk its sharp teeth through my clothes and … Continue reading

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Writing – Falling in Love

Take a deep breath and leap 1.. 2… 3… You hear those romantic stories of love and bravery, and you realized that you’ve never actually experienced those stories first hand. You meet someone who checks all of the boxes. You … Continue reading

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That Feeling – Writing Dump

There is a feeling in the pit of my stomach that makes me want to give up. This feeling, it asks me to give up. It wraps its bony hand around my throat and stops me from breathing any cries … Continue reading

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My Passion

You know that feeling when your car is still accelerating and you decide to leave? That’s how I feel with my piano. I haven’t had the chance to practice at all this week. That’s in part of my poor time … Continue reading

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Right Under My Nose

I’m so dumb. Here I am trying to pinpoint my passions, trying out new and exciting activities each week, and ultimately not doing much about it. This week was supposed to be yoga, but every time I opened up a … Continue reading

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My Bad Date – Overcoming Fear

I’ve been on plenty of dates. None of them were particularly terrible except for one. This date ended with a lingering hug that will haunt me until the day I die. why do I bring this date up? Because it … Continue reading

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Jumping In and Overcoming Fear

Picture this: You are standing at the edge of a large, outdoor swimming pool. The light blue water ripples in a slight breeze, the sun barely shining through a patch of clouds. You know that the water is going to … Continue reading

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