• Leah commented on the post, viewpoint 4 years, 4 months ago

    From her viewpoint, the plan was simple. Get in. Steal the necklace. Get out. That’s it. No fancy footwork, no background espionage music. Just turn off the alarms, sneak in, and take the thing. From her viewpoint, there was nothing difficult about this job whatsoever.

  • Leah commented on the post, departure 4 years, 10 months ago

    Her eyes welled up with tears, even as he gave her one last kiss. It was a sweet kiss, filled with love as pure as fresh fallen snow. He pulled away with a sad smile, and her heart clenched at his expression. He was just as sorry to leave her as she was sorry to see him go. But they would see each other again. Even if it wasn’t within the next…[Read more]

  • Leah commented on the post, smiled 4 years, 11 months ago

    He smiled. He SMILED! And not just to himself–he smiled AT ME. I thought I’d go into cardiac arrest at the dazzle emanating off of him! Be still, my beating heart!..

  • Leah commented on the post, prophet 5 years ago

    Thomas S. Monson is a true Prophet in our day and age. He is the Prophet of the LDS church, which stands for: “The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints”. I, Leah so testify of this. :)

  • Leah commented on the post, personality 5 years ago

    Personality. Wow. Where to begin? Well, every personality is different, no matter what. Sure, there are some similarities, but in reality we’re all our unique selves. We should embrace our individuality; highlight the good points, and accept any bad points, and strive to fix the negative things. But we also need to realize that a person’s traits…[Read more]

  • Leah commented on the post, swimmer 5 years ago

    Flipping. Spinning. Like grace personified, she danced in the air. Crystalline water droplets from previous dives glittered as they flew from her body; she was moving too fast for them to be able to hold on. So instead they flew into the air, and she dove down. Her lithe body cut through the air like an experienced swordsman’s blade. Down she…[Read more]

  • Leah commented on the post, deranged 5 years ago

    He was deranged. There really was no other way to say it. Well, maybe crazy. But deranged still felt the most appropriate for the situation.

  • Leah commented on the post, terrain 5 years ago

    The terrain after the heavy rainfall was quite changed. The young woman peered out from her kitchen window, holding her cup of tea as she studied the wild forest beyond her own tame garden. The steam from her hot mug warmed her face and she closed her eyes with a sigh. It was cold again. She was grateful for the rain, of course, but it could make…[Read more]

  • Leah commented on the post, handsome 5 years ago

    He wasn’t handsome in the “usual” sense. He cad a cute button nose and sparkling eyes, and a crooked smile that you couldn’t help but to smile back at. He was my best friend at the time, and I always thought that if there was someone I wanted to marry, it would be him. No, he wasn’t handsome in the “usual” sense. But he was handsome on the inside;…[Read more]

  • Leah commented on the post, stubborn 5 years ago

    He was stubborn, that was for sure. Never had she known a more stubborn person in all her life. Which was saying something, considering her very stubborn family.

  • Leah commented on the post, thought 6 years, 4 months ago

    Today I thought about how I was going to get to the market. I thought about taking my bike, but the sky looked formidable because of the large looming storm clouds just above the nearby mountains. So instead I thought about taking my car, but I was out of gas and the market was too far away and the nearest gas station is about ten miles away. The…[Read more]

  • Leah commented on the post, spent 6 years, 4 months ago

    The time spent on this project would have been well worth it, if it hadn’t been for the constant distractions that besieged my mind. What should I do with the cobbler? And the cake? Do I need to set the cake at 375 or 400 degrees? Should I use frosting or powdered sugar? Should I even frost it at all? I don’t know what I was planning on doing, but…[Read more]

  • Leah commented on the post, spent 6 years, 4 months ago

    The time spent on this project was more than ridiculous, but here I was. And yet even though it seemed like a waste of time, it actually helped me realize just why I had started the project in the first place. It wasn’t necessarily to prove a point or make people understand my own opinion. It was more to say how I felt and get it out of my…[Read more]

  • Leah commented on the post, teach 6 years, 4 months ago

    The teacher stood up to teach the class, rather cliche, I know, but that’s how it was. All of the students continued on their conversations, only a few noticing that the teacher had stood and started to prepare the projector and screen for their lesson.

  • Leah commented on the post, ground 6 years, 4 months ago

    the ground reached up towards me as I fell from the sky above. Stars sped past me and the sight was grand to behold. The ground continued to persue me and I stared down fearfully. Never had I been so afraid as I had been before. The brown earth and green grass that looked more like smudges of paint on a canvas came ever closer, and past me rushed…[Read more]