Gray is best known for crumpling up paper into a ball and throwing it behind him. This paper contains words, like a love note, or an apology (or both), the syntax of which he is never be quite satisfied with. He has fallen in love and apologized so many times that the living room and dining room of his apartment have become completely covered with paperballs. He refuses to carry them to the garbage, because he likes to be reminded of failure. There are enough paperballs to completely cover the entire floor of his apartment 5 feet deep. He has a fondness for jumping off of furniture and into the balls, swimming through them from one room to another. This activity reminds him of leaping into leaves in Autumn. Sometimes he writes love letters to the apology letters, and sometimes he writes apology letters to the love letters. Once the collection of paperballs reach the ceiling, Gray will be forced to rent another apartment. He will still he maintain the original apartment with the paperballs. He’ll continue returning to it until he can discover the perfect way of saying “I love you, I’m sorry.”

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  1. Léa says:

    Thank you for choosing to follow one of my blogs.
    I’m looking over your blog but see nowhere to comment and your ‘about’ page is not giving information as yet. However, as someone who is extremely technically challenged, I can understand such things. My two blogs have been up for over four years and it was all guesswork making them happen! 😉 Léa

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    1. Gray says:

      Thanks, Lea. I hear you on the guesswork! This blog is a culmination of a lot of fiddling, with a lot more fiddling that needs to be done. I don’t know if I am able to allow comments on the blog parts of my page unless you go directly into the blog.

      Thanks for your insight. I look forward to looking over your blog and continuing to learn about all of the intricacies.


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      1. Léa says:

        Thank you Gray! For me it often gets frustrating. I look forward to any feedback on either blog. Lea


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