Pheeeeew!! Finally done!
This homework assignment was generally awesome! Basically, we had to either write a letter to the author about our thoughts on the book OR draw a new cover for it. Me being the quiet drawing kid obviously picked the cover. It was harder than I expected, but luckily, it came out okay! I used as many symbols as possible— i.e. colors, flowers, butterflies, petals, and placement of those things— so yeah! Now I just have to write a paragraph explaining all of it… o^o
Welp!! G'night, then!! Pray that I get this whole project done in time!
(I can’t believe I did the whole project in one day! And the day before it’s due, even! Talk about procrastination!)
of when fictional characters are end game by the end of the book when they aren’t supposed to be together in the first place because they are blood related, not just cousins or half-siblings but a full-on brother & sister for goodness sake!
and then that conventional hero and heroine pairing not ending up canon who by the way are not blood related in anyway but because of that “she’s like a sister to me” line, it’s incestuous in the eyes of the canon fans!
credits: bellamyclarkee and forharmony for the gifs
I waited at the door as Corinne slowly parted from her children. Finally I pulled her arm, and just before I closed the door behind us, I looked back at the children. The twins were sound asleep. The two older ones stood side by side, the boy holding the girl’s hand, just as Christopher had held Corinne’s. I saw him look into her eyes, and saw him smile, a smile that sent a cold chill up my spine. For it was a smile I had seen before, it was the smile of Christopher for Corinne, the smile I had been too blind to see. But now my eyes were opened. -Garden of Shadows