Savannah Pratt is a senior majoring in Hispanic Studies and minoring in Writing. She finally listens to the words of her 3rd grade teacher, who swore she should become a writer. After graduation, she will pursue a Masters in Education with a Bilingual endorsement and publish as a part-time writer.
Abecedarian Regarding a Relationship’s Pros & Cons
And once he said those words I began to list the pros and cons in my head. Pro: He doesn’t yell. Con: He doesn’t enjoy cheesecake or sushi. Pro: He figured out how to make origami shirts and give them to me when he visits. Con: He doesn’t like to write. Pro: I know I like to sing, and he does too. Con: I don’t appreciate jazz music. Pro: He reminds me to eat in the morning; he’s kind. Con: I am jealous of how many of his friends are girls. Pro: He likes to be active. He's backpacked in the mountains before, I think. Pro: I have known him for nine months. Con: I have only known him for nine months. Con: Only sometimes can I read his handwriting. Con: He is passive. Pro: I am assertive. Con: He is logical, and I am emotional. Con: He’s quick to defend himself. Con: He is quiet, I am loud. Pro/Con: He really said within the first month of us dating that I am the one. Pro: On my first shift at the new restaurant job, he came to surprise me at the time I said I’d be off, but I had to stay overtime, and he waited outside for hours until I finally clocked off, to find him there, still waiting for me. Con: He didn’t watch very much tv growing up. Pro: I get to show him the tv shows I like. Pro: Whenever we play tic-tac-toe, he always lets me play Xs and go first, even though he knows he will lose. Pro: He said “I love you” first. Con: He’s never been to Zion National Park. Pro: I’ll get to take him someday.