Eva-Grace Petrie

Eva-Grace Petrie, junior, is excited to be writing for The Olu MUSE this year. When not writing, she enjoys traveling and adventuring, as well as painting and singing. With family all over the country and world, Eva-Grace has been able to learn about other countries, expanding her world view. She hopes that with her writing she can expand the hearts and minds of others.

More Of Eva-Grace Petrie’s Work:

  • Avoiding Cabin Fever with COVID-19 On March 12th, at roughly 7 o’clock pm, the Orange Lutheran Emergency Text System alerted its student body and their families about the new protocol for the COVID-19 crisis, and …
  • Food for Thought It is an interesting idea that with every new invention the human race is rendered more and more obsolete.  Every innovation in the world takes away a skill once held …
  • Too Much I wake up. I go to school. I do homework. I go to bed. I wake up too early. I go to school for too long. I do too much …
  • Everybody Cries Before you keep reading, ask yourself when last you cried.  This could be either due to emotions, stress, or pain. Now ask yourself where you were when you last cried.  …
  • Seaside According to ancient folklore, the groves growing in and around the seaside were home to mermaids.  These creatures were rumored to be the most beautiful things ever seen by any …
  • Snorkel My family and I boarded the boat at 12:30.  It was a hot and bright Hawaiian day and the smell of sunscreen was stirred up with every breeze.  My brothers …

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