4.5 Stars To my sister Sara Sparkle. From Rose Sparkle (her maiden name before she got married and changed her name to Rose King). On the postcard, it reads, “Hey sister, hope you’re having a good time back at home with the family. I’m in Nashville getting ready to …Read More
This is an adaptation of the Postcards from the Past writing assignment. The idea is to take a postcard, or some old document, and contextualize it with some narrative writing. I decided to make a fictional postcard, and base it on Kim’s character, Sasha Kellogg. Kellogg’s origin story includes her …Read More
It was to be a happy day for the wedding couple. Being of a time when people worried about every little thing, they tried to make their wedding day special and enjoyable. Unfortunately, the older sister of the bride decided to throw a hissy-fit.
“He was supposed to be mine”, …Read More
This image is of Margaret Pinault and Mathieu Gaston in front of their home in France. Mathieu was a millionaire art collector and Margaret was a painter herself. This was at the beginning of their marriage when they just moved into their new home. Margaret looks sad because this was …Read More
Who would have thought a crinkled piece of paper would be such a gem of a treasure. In the midst of this intense war, it’s at least a brief relief to see this ink across the page as proof of the beat of his heart.
Beau can never …Read More
Dearest Melody Bay Kennish Ahn,
I have yet to hear word of your work being moved to a gallery and which can only mean you are still giving away your highly sought after paintings for free. What a shame such talent must go to waste. I also request the baby …Read More
I decided to do the “Postcards from the Past” writing assignment as the one that I will focus around the character that I created Lawrence Spitler. I found this old love letter and since there is no name on it, it will work perfectly for my story! If you have …Read More
I’m relating this assignment to my character, John Brown.
This photo is from John Brown’s mother. This was taken when he was 14, when John and his mother were going to market to buy some food. She looked at this whenever she felt sorry for his son and miss him. …Read More
We only had right now
And right now was all we needed.
There was no past, no future, no war.
I had him and he had me.
How long this would last I have no idea
But I pray that it will last for the rest of my life,
For …Read More
The letter that I chose was from a World War II marine who died in a special mission against the nazi’s. This letter shows his true fears of this upcoming assignment and that he is practically saying goodbye to his mother and family and saying sorry to them for this. …Read More