If you clicked on through to Lisa Papademetriou's web page yesterday, you probably discovered it led first to her blog and you've probably already read her entry about driving in a thunderstorm. She was another third semester student who lived in Martin House with me during our residency at Vermont College of Fine Arts.
This is an all-too-true tale about the feelings that overcome you when hit by an impossible-to-see-through storm while driving. You can't stop because of the fear that cars behind you can't see you and will crash into you. You can't even see the side of the road in order to pull over. You just drive, hoping nothing bad happens. Lisa, being an excellent writer, decides to remember all of her sensations so she can use it in her next story. Do you find yourself thinking this, too?
Side note -- meanwhile, the rest of the class who did not leave directly after graduation but planned to leave the next day from Residency, were at a restaurant in Montpelier. Half of them walked there and back and there was no sign of rain at all.
Friday, July 26, 2013
Discovering feelings to write about
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