Never ruin an apology with an excuse
- Benjamin Franklin
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soooo beautifullll ♥
yes. so beautiful. so true.
Because I'm nit-picky: it should be either "I asked" or "I find my answer" because it switches tenses between those two lines. Still beautiful! I couldn't resist being a hardened stickler though ;)
I'm always wanting to better my writing. Although, I wouldn't call my little blog a piece of literature, it's certainly nice to attempt better writing at all times!
I disagree Erin, I think it's an intentional jump between tenses. The past tense is used to tell the story, but the present tense of the question allows us to be there with her, holding our breath and waiting for the response. I think it's poetic.
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