Clovers

I think I accidentally misspelled that title 4 times because I wasn’t looking at the keyboard. So, I was just doing my normal little routine…reading posts…liking….commenting. When I went to read Inspire Your Thinking’s blog, her post was about wardrobe essentials. Mine is my clover necklace. I wear it with me wherever I go, no matter what. I don’t know why. It’s not like it was given to me by a loved one who recently passed. It used to be a sign of war. My family is Irish. My ex-archenemy’s family is Scottish. I guess it’s kind of like my lucky charm. Whenever things aren’t going my way, my fingers would curl around the clover and I would start to fiddle with it.

So anyway, today was my first day of exams. Ally is actually still at school right now taking her Spanish exam, but since I don’t take a language, I get to be at home talking to you guys! (which I absolutely love btw) As I finished up my literature/English exam, there was a bonus. It said to write a haiku. I dont remember all of what I wrote because I was “in the zone,” but it went something like this:

The snow falls from

the frosty tree,

calling me out to play.

It was supposed to be a 5-7-5, so I’m pretty sure I forgot some of the words.

I will be on basically all day, unless I am studying a little for my math exam tomorrow.

~Annie ❤

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About Lara

I'm Lara, a 13-year-old volleyball-loving girl living in Virginia! I am obsessed with volleyball. Literally. I also like to sing, draw, and I've found that I like blogging! Make sure to follow me, and if you have any questions or comments, or just wanna chat, email me at mythologyprincess@gmail.com!

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