Small Book Things

Currently Reading: To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

Small Book Things
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"For the first time in my life, I’ve gotten over the barrier of my body and I have made what I consider the first real friends of my life. Doing this has taught me a lot about the world of able-bodied people. I have learned that some people who look fine are more crippled than I am, by fears they can’t explain. Other people are held back by shyness, or anger. In making friends, I see the way some people handicap themselves. I believe there are choices each of us make every single day. We can dwell on our limitations or we can push ourselves past them. I may be a nonverbal girl delivering a speech, but I am no braver than a shy person walking up to their crush and asking them out. Or a socially phobic person going to a party. I have learned not to judge people by their limitations, but by the way they push past them. I have learned that many people have disabilities they must make their peace with."
Say What You Will, by Cammie McGovern
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i wasn’t expecting that tbh
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i wasn’t expecting that tbh
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i wasn’t expecting that tbh
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i wasn’t expecting that tbh
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i wasn’t expecting that tbh
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I found yet another mistake in The Giver!
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I was reading The Giver, when I noticed a mistake.
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"We looked at each other a little too long to be ‘just friends’."
(via no6frahnocry)
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