Carbon.

Want to know the common element for the entire group?… I’ll tell you the answer: I’ll tell you, ’cause I had that one. I had that question… Carbon. Carbon. In pencil lead, it’s in the form of graphite and in coal, it’s mixed up with other impurities and in the diamond it’s in hard form.

I am writing on my papers, watching clips from Magnolia in the background (saving the best part with the falling frogs until I am done with at least one big chunk of work). Everything is going like it is suppose to go. The rain is falling, like it is suppose to do, every single day. However, saying that I am enjoy philosophy class would be an overstatement. I feel it is fluffy and unclear, maybe I am reading too much or too little into it, not quite sure if I understand the content on the pages, or if the words just accumulate in my head as well, words. I prefer more concrete, tangible things. I wish that my philosophy course was more like this and this. (I haven’t watched Monty Python in years, but I am making an exception today.)

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  1. Sophie says:

    I just started reading your blog today & I am in awe of everything you post. Your photography is amazing & your artwork is mind blowing. Looking under the ‘Web’ section I noticed you had Frosk on there & I was wondering if Frosk was your webpage before? I always used to frequent that webpage because I really loved the photo projects. Japan seems like a dream I hope to go there one day. Best of luck in your Philosophy class & all that you do. <3

    P.S. I added you to my links section on my blog.

    • Sushi Bird says:

      Hello! Thank you so much for the link! :) And the nice words, none the less! And you are right, I used to have frosk from 2001 to 2011, but I wanted to try something new, I wanted something more interactive :) The content from the old webpage should still be available by clicking the pictures in the web-section at the top of the page here :)

  2. jessica says:

    hahaha i love that you related a philosophy class to monty python! and i hope you start enjoying it more too, it can be really off-putting if you don’t happen to be in the right mindset at the time that you’re trying to focus on it but i’m sure it’ll just take a little time and you’ll love it. :)

    • Sushi Bird says:

      What can you do, you know? I wish the classes were more engaging and more clear, but I just have to make the most of it. The philosophy class is just this one semester, and I never have to touch philosophy again, so I will get by!