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note to self: i’ll be there for you, always

written june 6, 2021. Photo by Kristine Cinate on Unsplash I have always looked for myself in other people. I think the idea was that they would somehow hold the pieces of me that I felt were missing. That maybe, if I wrapped my identity up in theirs enough, we would somehow make a whole person. It's not healthy to live like this, but I did it anyway — burning through relationships and searching for something I couldn't quite name. It was never enough, not to be myself, but it was never enough to latch my identity to other people, either. I got close, several times — I thought I had reached the pinnacle of self discovery. I thought I had completed myself. But in the end, relying on other people to help build yourself is never a viable way to do things. It's only recently that I've started to become comfortable with the idea of being enough, as I am, on my own. Several years ago, in this same position, I would have searched for another person to attach my identity onto,

Yes, We're Writing a Screenplay


So, I guess I forgot to tell you (officially) about Script Frenzy. Yes, I am writing a screenplay with my Pip, my aka amazing hobbit friend, and yes, we are going to make it to 100 pages. Yes, we are 16 pages away. Yes, I'm loving it.

Yes, our script stinks, and no, it's not going to be the next blockbuster hit. Yes, we have the best characters ever. No, I do not know where our plot is going. Why do you ask?

Yes, I did doubt whether we could write a script in a month, and yes, I was wrong. No, we aren't going to act out our script. That would be fun, but albeit difficult because our two main characters are guys. (And no, the men in this picture are not them.)

Yes, the script is called the Romantic Plot Trasher, and no, it's not romantic anymore - the romance died in the first few scenes. Literally. Instead, it's now a thriller revolving around hidden secrets and a missing children's book, not to mention a nine-year-old named Damian who thinks he rules the world.

Yes, I still have to add a Script Frenzy button to my sidebar, and no, I can't do that right now since the SF site is down. But yes, you can keep up with our progress once the site is functioning again. Yes, this link might just take you to our SF profile.

Yes, we are at 16 pages, and yes, I am excited. Yes, I love screenwriting! Do you?

Yes, I do.



  1. It almost creeps me out that you're turning sixteen next year. What do you know what "really" creeps me out? I'm going to be 18 in 7 months and I'll be able to vote in the next election. .... that scares me! :P

    Love you!
    (0h! You know what we need? We need a button for our blog! :) Ashen Sky Life,I mean!)

  2. Yes, I do like script writing.
    No, I haven't made one that's 100 pages long. Wow.
    No, it wasn't close. It was 22 pages long
    Yes, it was handwritten
    Yes, I made a little movie with it
    Yes, other people acted in it.
    No, no one got paid.
    No, it wasn't film length it was half an hour.

    That's all for my script writing experience. Yours sounds super cool, I could never do one that's 100 pages long!!! You girls are so inspiring :)


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