Totally forgot to write about “Bridge to Terabithia.”
Sometimes you come across things that make so much sense you just can’t believe you hadn’t thought of it before. Why couldn’t you have put it into words this way? Or you find the information so useful that you immediately need to blog about it.
MEREDITH: [narrating] “Disappearances happen in science. Disease can suddenly fade away, tumors go missing, and we open someone up to discover the cancer is gone. It’s unexplained. It’s rare, but it happens. We call it mis-diagnosis. Say we never saw it in the first place, any explanation but the truth. That life is full of vanishing acts. If something that we didn’t know we had disappears… do we miss it?”