A literary vignette is defined as as short impressionistic scene that focuses on one moment  or gives a trenchant impression about a character, an idea, or a setting and sometimes an object. (Wikipedia) I don't really write vignettes but these literary devices are commonly used in theatrical purposes. Life is pretty much a play. There's that one little scene in there that appears to be of minimal importance but it is really the heart of it all.

And that's what I was getting into: my life's vignettes. Vignettes about who am I. How sometimes hanging out with friends seems so trivial yet the bond that was formed is stronger than ever. How a weekend with the family seems so cliche but secretly admitting to oneself that you've just had the perfect little peace you're looking for all week long. How the choice of attending church over spending the day curled up with a nice book tends to leave a great lesson. And all other things.

I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints - as you all may be aware of (with the pictures in my sidebar). And this blog has been recently changed to cater the beliefs I have in my church. Being a youth in this dispensation is hard, but I have been provided guidance as to what should I do, as everyone had. And I know that I will get that one eternal goal if I continue to embrace the values I've been reared with since I was born.

I am a student struggling in my studies and with all the pressure around me. But I know education is one of the most important things in this world. I may be at times lazy, and uncaring but I really do my best to get the best education there is - which is not only taught in school.

I am a friend to many people, a sister to my siblings, a grandchild to my grandparents, a child of my parents and most important of all - I am a Daughter of my Heavenly Father.

I'm forever grateful for you - dear reader. May all my vignettes here be of inspiration and example to you. But before I say adieu, I apologize for the childish things here and all the grammar errors. xx Believe me, its hard not to be mushy when sixteen. xx


Here's a song that inspired my immensely: