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This always happens to me when I clean my room, but unlike Chapel I don’t have a replica of a flower hat worn by Audrey Hepburn.
Once I found my first-grade diary also, and couldn't believe how my handwriting looked 4 years ago.(messy.) UGH.
11/4/11 reply
My handwriting has looked the same for my whole life. It's kinda scary. I love going back and finding old stories I wrote about a magical angel named, well, "Angel." Obviously I had a great naming sense as a 5-year-old.
11/4/11 reply
then you are truly lucky to have such good handwriting. When I broke my arm in first grade i looked back on my old homework and almost couldn't read my own handwriting.
11/4/11 reply
Jeez, well, I've never broken my arm! And my real handwriting is a bit messier than the way I write in Chapel. I'm a typography/lettering nerd so I try to keep my own handwriting legible at the least :)
11/4/11 reply
I do too, but sometimes I'm really mad or something, so I write really messy and break the pencil tips once or twice.
12/24/11 reply
That happens a lot to me too! Usually with old stories I wrote as a teenager, sometimes with D&D old notes.
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Glad to know I'm not the only one!
10/16/11 reply
me too! I can spend hours in the library, completely ignoring the fact that I will be up until ten doing homework.
11/4/11 reply
I try to get my homework out of the way before I have reading+drawing time. Luckily my homework's super fun, like analyzing graphic novels under a philosophical lens.
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I cant take the mess anymore! Operation Clean Room begins NOW! Yay! Cleaning Champion.! Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, its off to work we goooooo. . . .My first-grade diary! Theres time for a quick look . . . Is it me, or is it suddenly a lot darker out?
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