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Sometimes I find myself writing little notes on the sides of paragraphs in the books I read. I express my emotions and thoughts toward the text...I always wonder though what the writers reaction would be to my small addictions to the sides of the paragraphs.
Normally if students are the ones reading the book, only footprints are left...just a few words labeling the paragraphs. And if not that then they are expressing their feelings toward the text. whether it be check marks or words like "Absolutely!" or "Yes!"
leaving messages in the sidelines of a page is proving you didnt waste your time with sitting and reading a book you didnt care about...we should express our thoughts and feelings, even if its just beside a paragraph in a book you care nothing about.
Even people you would never expect jot notes along the sides of the page. Symbols, words, and scribbling is all done in a book to show the thoughts you think while reading.
There is one note though in a book that I have not forgotten. I was beginning high school and reading books was something i did quite often.
The world grew larger than I ever thought it would the moment I read a sentence which was written on the page...I knew i would never meet the person who wrote such words, but i couldnt help myself from imagining who wrote "Pardon the egg salad stains, but I'm in love."
Such words are hard to forget, and hard not to wonder who wrote them.
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