Category Archives: week 6

Natural Disasters

Out of all the readings we had to do this week, I could relate the most to What They Don’t Tell You About Hurricanes by Philip Gerard. I really liked his writing style and how he incorporated humor in his … Continue reading

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Self-Indulgence or Mindful Pleasure?

This week we have been discussing the idea of place and what constitutes home. On Tuesday our in-class exercise was to write about our homes and how to get there, which we shared with the class. It was interesting because … Continue reading

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About Place.

I think today’s in-class exercise deserve some reflection in addition to the 2 pieces about “place” we’ve read for this place. Today’s writing prompt, to give directions to your home, was much more difficult that it seemed. First off, we … Continue reading

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Hurricanes

I really enjoyed the exercise we did today in class. It was interesting hearing what stood out to classmates the most about where they live. It’s fascinating how memories can shape the way we see a situation and how they … Continue reading

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