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Second Week of The END

 

The second week of The End has come to… an end.

When I first saw everything we had to do this week, I was a bit overwhelmed. However, once I got started, I actually really enjoyed doing the work. I’m really happy I can be in such a creative class. It’s been so long since I have written a short story of sorts that I was a bit lost when I started. I decided to just start typing and see how it goes.

I’m not sure if people can understand the story I posted, but I hope it was pretty obvious she was a fallen angel that was punished by being turned into a human because she fell in love with one. However, once she became human, she regretted her decision and wanted to be an angel again. Unfortunately for her, it was too late and she ended up dying from the “fall”. It was a bit darker than I intended, and a bit obtuse, but I’m pretty happy with how it turned out.

I was also pleasantly surprised by the novel I chose to preview this week. I chose the Book of the Unnamed Midwife, and I am really enjoying it so far! I really want to keep reading it, but I will remain patient.

For the Question of the Week:

I would rather be turned into a zombie than see all my loved ones get turned. I have actually thought of this before since I was a fan of the Walking Dead. I humored myself by thinking about what I would do in the event of a zombie apocalypse. I know I wouldn’t survive very long considering I have too many health issues that would not go well with limited supplies and running around all the time. I know that in the event of a zombie apocalypse, I would definitely end up a zombie fairly quickly. I would end up preferring it that way too. I think having to struggle to survive and watch all my loved ones die would be too hard for me, so becoming a zombie myself would be better for my poor heart in the long run.

One Comment

  1. I’m glad that once you got started it didn’t seem to overwhelming. And I appreciate knowing the back story to your story — I thought this was what it was about, but I wasn’t sure! That wasn’t bad, though, it just made it more intriguing.

    Book of the Unnamed Midwife is one that I haven’t read, but I’ve heard great things about. And it looks like a few other students in the class will be reading it, so you’ll have company.

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