So on my flight to Orange County on Friday morning, seated to my left was a funny gentleman with beautiful, gray locks. I already forgot his name — I honestly might not have even gotten his name in the first place — but towards the end of the flight, we got on the topic of this blog. He wanted to read some of my posts, so instead of going straight to the site, he searched for “craigslist chronicles” on Google.
It came up with about 390,000 other results.
Ah, what a sweet blow to my much-too-inflated ego.
This leads me to the main point of this article, which is the blog that I must review for a part of my grade. One of the more interesting of my “Craigslist Chronicles” counterparts is found below:
Okay. I really admire this blog post. Much better writing than my own, I must admit. He’s going in a much more explicit direction than I am at currently. I have to keep this blog PG-13 until I finish with this class according to my lab instructor, but I hope to get a little spicier with my writing after this semester.
I enjoy the narrative aspect and would like to project my writing in a similar way. The only thing that could make Jean-Paul Bevilacqua‘s work more enjoyable is if there were photos to go along with it.
Screengrabs courtesy of Google Search and Thought Catalog.