Hello, anonymous! Thanks for asking—it’s nice to know you care.
I’m in college now. It’s been pretty stressful thus far, and I twisted my ankle going down the library stairs the night before last, but I’m making some good friends and learning about some cool fields of study. I sorta kinda have a job, but it’s two hours a week and doesn’t pay much. (My previous employers still haven’t gotten back to me about whether they want to keep me on in the future.)
Everyone in English wants me to edit their papers, so I guess running this blog paid off in the long run.
I’m struggling to maintain 50SoW’s queue, but it hasn’t run out once yet. I’m going to try to build up a bigger buffer soon, just in case.
That thing where someone scares you into lying to them, then accuses you of being a liar? That’s abuse.
This ask is killin’ me, anon. I have no idea what you’re saying, but I love it.
I love how Christian’s super impatient for answers, but also keep asking more questions before Ana can respond. Loooooooove it.
Admittedly, it is possible to cry until you puke, but that takes some very heavy-duty mucous production.
Thanks! I’m from the East coast. It must be a regional thing.
I don’t fully understand it myself either, sansael. E.L. is using ‘to’ in a way that English-speaking Americans don’t usually use it.
I shouldn’t be trying to apply real-world logic to this book. Ana obviously has no tissues around solely so that Christian can give her another hankie.