It’s been a while, but I am going to be getting back into this blogging thing. I have a ton to read and write this semester, so I will be using much of my essay drafts, notes from literature discussions, my story and poetry drafts, and some of my own random musings to redefine this blog the way I have come to be redefined.
To begin with here is a quote from Go Down, Moses
You come into bear-country of your own free will and accord. All right; you were a grown man and you knew it was a bear-country and you knew the way back out like you knew the way in and you had your chance to take it. But no. You had to crawl into the den and lay down by the bear. And whether you did or didn’t know the bear was in it don’t make any difference. So if you got back out of that den without even a claw-mark on you, I would not only be unreasonable, I’d be a damned fool. After all, I’d like a little peace and quiet and freedom myself, now I got a chance for it. Yes sir. She’s got you, ‘Filus, and you know it. You run a hard race and you run a good one, but you skun the hen-house one time too many.
So for whatever that’s worth, there it is.