surely you must be joking
“We’ll be wanting to learn more about fractals.” Thalia slipped on her shoes.
“Why?” Calliope asked. “And what’s a fractal?”
“I’m not exactly sure,” Tal replied. “That’s why we need research Silly! I have a… feeling… fractals offer us a creative spark for book 4… an opportunity to be unique.”
Urania shivered and looked up from her screen. She read, “…a curve or geometric figure, each part of which has the same statistical character as the whole. Geometry. Math. Think snowflakes, flower petals, trees.”
“Sounds beautiful…” said Calliope, “… but we hate math.”
“Do we? I didn’t say it was going to be easy.” Thalia shrugged. “C’mon. Let’s go to the farmer’s market.”
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Do you ever feel a pull to follow something, and then discard the idea because it seems too difficult or outlandish? What if it’s not meant to be easy?
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