So two years ago I was in my senior year of high school and it was I think around January-ish that everybody in the senior class got an email saying, “We’re going to do senior quotes for the yearbook. If you want to do a senior quote, you can send us-” I think it was — you had to give two dollars to the English teacher or something who was in charge of running the yearbook- “and then you can pick a quote, and we’ll put it in the yearbook.” And so I was super excited because I have wanted to do a senior quote since I was in — started high school. But I realized I hadn’t really thought about what I wanted my quote to be and so I thought, “I want to do something from a poem,” because I really like poetry. And I eventually managed to get it down to two options- so this is after I had paid the two dollars and everything- and one of them was from a Percy Bysshe Shelley poem called Ozymandias. And the line is, “Look on my works, ye Mighty, and Despair!” and I thought you know, that would be kind of funny to do because within the poem it’s a line that’s the inscription on a statue that has been destroyed by time, and so, you know, it’s sort of about how nothing, you know, lasts forever, even great power is gone, and so I thought it’d be kind of, like, funny and ironic because it’s like- it’s this super high and mighty line about something that is no longer high and mighty, but eventually I decided, you know, maybe that could be taken the wrong way. And so I decided to go with a line from a Sylvia Plath poem and the line is, I think, “And what if the sky here is no different/ And it is my eyes that have sharpened themselves?” And so the reason that I chose that was because I thought, you know, I, I’ve moved around in my life and I’ve learned to call different places home. And so, you know, I thought that it was sort of a good line to describe sort of my perspective, which is that the places that you go shape who you are and the way that you see the world. And, you know, I mean, sort of, the sky is the same everywhere. But- so I was very excited for that and I thought I had picked a really good quote and I told all my friends about it, I was like, “I’m so happy about this!” And then they canceled it because they said that there wasn’t enough interest to make it worthwhile! And I never got my two dollars back!