Gather & Game - Immersion Project

Molly’s aesthetic was Mardi Gras Halloween. She was like a Powerpuff girl, short and sweet and everything nice. Her attire consisted of layers of color. She wore black tights with a pink, glittery tutu of a skirt, a black t-shirt with a tan cardigan, which was also full of glitter. She accessorized herself with Mardi Gras beads, as well as pink and green bows in her short, faded, pink-dyed hair. Apparently, she got to dye it for Halloween, but it hadn’t washed out yet.

What I’m Reading: Love, Loss, and What We Ate by Padma Lakshmi

Sometimes memoirs speak to me more than a work of fiction because the writer is able to pull a similar sense of meaning out of their actual lives. The next time you come across a memoir, don’t be so quick to write it off as a boring biography. They typically read as easily, creatively and beautifully as novels. Especially if it’s by someone you’re already interested in, you’re likely to enjoy their memoir.