I have always enjoyed writing as a form of art and, therefore, a form of self-expression. Whether it is the physical artistic quality of writing, such as in the beauty of calligraphy, or creative writing in general. When I was little, I would buy composition notebooks and attempt to create books, thinking that the way to become a published author was to literally write in a notebook from cover to cover. Since then, I remember admiring writing for its unique ability to materialize the intangible, whether it evokes feelings, emotions, or even visual images. What I love about writing is that the interpretation, whether visual or emotional, is completely up to the reader and his or her imagination. I love to think that if I decide to write about a small, yellow mug, there exists the possibility that no two readers in the same room will imagine it the same way.