I just finished my first semester of high school. I finished exams, and I took my disorganized binders home. My math binder I sent flying cartoonishly out the door into the recycling bin. And I was in the process of doing the same thing with my English one (adios! research papers and essay!) But then I realized. Art. I did so much art in my binders, scrawled lazily on the backs of school work were endless stories told by my brain, as a teacher gave a lesson. How could I just toss (literally) all of those memories? These drawings became so familiar to me as I flipped through my note books. I knew I could keep them all, but I picked out my favourites!
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Al right, now that the credit is all out of the way I will rant about my love of these things.
Let’s forget about the structurally unsoundness (hope I used that right) and let’s also forget about any other drawbacks. We are elves, we are gonna bake cookies in trees care-freely. I for one would move in in a heartbeat. It seems almost like this represents a way of life where humans are living in rhythm with nature, and it’s just kinda nice.
Okay, who doesn’t want to live in a house like that?