My Textbook Is Out Now!

Hi everybody!

I’m very happy to say the book I had the honor of being a part of entitled Social Justice and Putting Theory Into Practice in Schools and Communities is out now! What a crazy feeling it is to say that. Read about it here.

My professor and friend, Adam, wrote chapter 14 so check that out. I am chapter 17. There’s a seven in that which is no big deal for me or anything. Seriously though, I hope the right people find this book and my chapter is helpful. If you can get a copy, thank you! If not, please spread the word and share the above link.

Miranda ❤


Happy 4th!

Hey everybody!

I wanted to wish all of my followers in the states a happy 4th of July! To my followers around the world, I hope you’re having a happy Thursday! Enjoy the day and stay safe.

Miranda ❤ 🇺🇸 🌭🍔🌭🌎🎉🎆🎇🎇🎆

Thirty for Thirty

Happy Sunday!

Since today is my last day as a thirty-year-old, I thought I would make a post about thirty things life has taught me (in no order) so far. What better day to do it than the 30th! =)

Everything Happens for a Reason

I’m sure you’ve heard this a lot, but I believe this to be true. I believe everything we go through in life teaches us something. For me personally, I believe only God’s timing is perfect and he has a purpose for everything and everyone.

With True Friendship, distance doesn’t matter

A lot of my friends don’t live near me, and we all get busy, so we don’t see one another or talk to each other often. I’m blessed with a few friends where no matter how long it’s been since we’ve seen one another or last spoken, we pick up right where we left off.

Through Everything, Live.

 This is some of the best advice I have received from my good friend Chelsea in college. I believe it’s so important to live life and feel your way through the happy and unhappy moments.

Communication Is Key.

 To me, one of the most important things in life is communication. There’s something about putting what you need out on the table. This makes things better for everyone, whether that’s personally or professionally.

Balance Is Important

For me personally, I think having a balance between work and play is so important. As you will learn through my writing and speaking, the educational part of my life has been quite heavy. Growing up my good friend Helene and I would go on walks singing silly music and make crazy bagels. It’s so important to keep things light. Sometimes you gotta break the rules. ❤

There’s nothing like the Friendship of a Dog

My sister and I grew up with the best dogs, a black lab named Cody and a chocolate lab, Kaylee, “Kay” for short. Dogs don’t care what you look like, if you’re gay or straight, or if you have a disability. They are always there. Oh and you better have a snack for them. Cody and Kay helped me so much. If you can afford it, get a dog.

It’s Okay to Unplug Sometimes

Here we are at number seven. For those who don’t know, seven is my favorite number. In short, it always means good things for me when it randomly pops up. Technology is great, but sometimes unplugging for a little while is so important. Really, kids. Learn how to survive without your devices for just a little bit. I promise, you’ll be fine. It’s so crazy to think how even though it wasn’t that long ago, the world was so different when my sister and I grew up. Without cell phones! Give this post a like and a share if you remember cordless phones or those ones that plugged into a wall. Anyone?

It’s the Tough Stuff That Makes Us the Strongest

I’ve learned that some of the most difficult things in my life have made me a much stronger person. You will most likely only realize it once you come out the other side.

There’s nothing like the Ocean

Maybe it’s because I’m from the Ocean State, but I find being at the beach calming. Many blind people hate the texture of sand on their skin, myself included, but listening to the water and being there is still relaxing.

10 Always Say Thank You

It’s so important to thank people. We all like being appreciated don’t we? One of my friends, Jen, who always gives great advice once told me how important it is to ask people about themselves and thank them for their time and sharing whatever you learned from them. Invite them for coffee, lunch, whatever sounds good.

11 Kindness Really Does Matter

You know what they say right? “Kindness always wins,” and it’s so true. I’m not saying take excuses, but in life you’ll come to learn how important being kind to people really can be. Try it!

12 Give People the Benefit of the Doubt

We all have a story. Again, I’m not saying take excuses. We should try to figure out where people come from.

13 There’s a Song for Everything

I love so much music. Going to concerts is one of my favorite things. You have to be a concert lover to get this one, but there’s absolutely nothing like seeing your favorite bands or artists live. There’s a song for everything. Maybe it’s the English major in me, but I love me some good lyrics.

14 Full Circle Moments Are Real

Full circle moments really do happen. I cannot tell you how it feels to have become friends with my English professor. I never thought after having her in class she’d bring me back to the place she taught me so I could give a talk.

15 Dreams Really Can Become Reality

Okay, I know, this one sounds silly. But I always thought how crazy but great it would be to go back to URI one day and give a talk. And it happened! Crazy right?

16 Hard Work Really Does Pay off

There were so many times I wondered why I should stay in college. In fact, this is what many blind people think. It takes a lot of support and prayer to make it through. I can finally say graduation was worth everything. I’ll be published in a textbook coming out soon! It sounds so crazy to say, but soon enough, the story of my experiences in education as a blind scholar will be printed alongside so many other great chapters in a book.

17 Tell People When You Miss Them

This sounds a bit silly I’m sure, but life has taught me it is important to tell people how you feel. If you miss a friend, love your family, tell them. This is something I feel like people won’t understand quite the same as those of us who have come close to death. In short, part of my time in college taught me what really matters. That was way too heavy I know, but I thought it’s important to share.

18 Laughter Is So Important

I believe it’s important to have humor in life. I wouldn’t have survived college without it. Yes, blind jokes are actually okay, too.

19 Give God the Glory for Everything

This was a ways down my list, but make no mistake, this is important. I believe God is the reason for everything and we should always praise and thank him. If you can’t connect with this, I’d tell you to be grateful.

20 Thank God for Those People Who Shake Up Your Deck of Cards

If you have any experience with services as a person with a disability, or as someone advocating for them, you will learn pretty quickly that dealing with a system is a lot like playing a game. I like to call it a card game. You pick up on patterns and play accordingly. If you need something, you advocate for that need. People respond, or don’t respond, and you learn very quickly what to do next. Sometimes those people come along and shake up your cards. You realize that they don’t play the game you’ve played for so long. Just when you think you know what card to pull next, they knock them over and teach you a whole new way to play. You’ll learn those people are the best thing to happen to you.

21 There’s Nothing Lilacs and Vanilla Won’t Fix

Some of my favorite scents include vanilla and Lilacs. Even when I’m happy, they always make me happier.

22 There’s Nothing Quite like Writing

Well here we are, at twenty two. Remember when I said there’s a song for everything? Take a guess what song just popped into my head. In case you don’t have a clue, Taylor Swift’s “22”! =) Hey! That rimed and I didn’t even mean for it to! I guess for this one I’ll say, there’s nothing quite like writing. There’s something about putting your thoughts out on paper. Yes, the computer counts. I’m told I have a way with words, but I find I can say things better in writing before I do out loud sometimes.

23 Make Sure You Do a Life Check

I believe it’s important to look at who is around us and decide if they should stay or not.

24 Study People in Your Career

We can all learn from one another. Why not study other people who are good at what they do? You might learn a thing or two.

25 It’s Okay to Be Different

While it is important to learn from people, it is also okay to be your own person. We might have similar careers or interests, but we can’t all write the same story.

26 There’s Nothing like Good Descriptions

For me personally, I love when people take time to describe things to me. Colors, people, the moon, whatever it is. My good friend Chelsea used to include funny sounds to go along with whatever she was describing!

27 Quality over Quantity

I personally want a few good friends over twenty five thousand friends. You’ll learn in life friends come and go, but few stick around during all seasons of your life.

28 Actions Speak Louder Than Words

Just because this wasn’t at the top of my list doesn’t mean it isn’t important. People can say whatever they want, but I’ve learned to let their actions do the talking. Like my dad says, “I don’t care how cute he is, actions speak louder!” ❤

29 Take It From Dory and “Just Keep Swimming!”

How can you not love the Nemo movie? Yes, even blind people like movies. In college one of my good friend’s, Tori, used to tell me to keep swimming during all my rough school stuff. It’s so important that we keep going.

30 Take Time to Sip Your Tea

And here we are, finally at number thirty. We made it! I got into drinking tea a few years back thanks to my friend Catherine. I find some of our best conversations about life are over a cup of tea. Whether it’s over a cup of tea, at school, social events, or at work, take time to get to know people. Inclusion really does matter.


I hope you enjoyed my list of thirty things life has taught me so far. If you have any blogging suggestions for me, please send them my way. I’d love to hear them! =) Find me on Twitter at mirandaloakley and on Facebook at Miranda Oakley. If you find me on Facebook, I just ask that you send me a message telling me who you are and how you found me. You can also drop me a comment here on my website.


Miranda ❤

Funny Moments At Perkins

Happy Saturday!

I thought I would post about a few funny things that happened during my week at Perkins. They were much funnier in person than they are to read about here, but I figured I’d share.


Now that I’m not on campus, I think it is okay I share. As I mentioned in my post on the first day of testing the program, we were staying on a different part of campus than where I lived when I was a student there. We stayed in Bridgman cottage, named after Laura Bridgman. There were four girls and one guy. Whenever something would happen, whether it be we misplaced something or plans for the program fell through, (more about that in another post) my twin and I would say things like, “It’s Laura’s fault!” or “Laura did it!” Eventually everyone, including the teachers and staff, started blaming poor Laura but we all got a good laugh. If you want to learn about Laura Bridgman, you can read about her below.


If you know me, then you know vanilla is one of my all-time favorite scents. In case any of my followers like vanilla as much as I do, during the week I switched between Warm Vanilla Sugar Fine Fragrance Mist and another spray called Vanilla. We were hanging out one night and one of the girls (not sure if they care if I use their names yet) walks in and says, “Someone smells like vanilla,” so of course I told her it was me. Amber decided she’s going to call me Cupcake because I often smell like cake and always make her want to eat some.


Speaking of the two others in the program, they told me a funny blind moment story I thought I’d share. They were at Target one night and someone bought Watermelon. One of the girls told her friend that the person was buying a bowling ball. Her friend had to tell her it was actually Watermelon. This is way funnier hearing about it when it happened instead of reading about it here. Blindness has different degrees and some people can see a certain amount while others like myself cannot.


During lessons the teachers split us up and had us all work with someone we didn’t know. One morning when they were announcing who was with who and Amber realized we would not be together, she says, “Oh!” This again was way funnier in person. The surprise in her voice still makes me laugh thinking about it for this post. I didn’t mind working with other people because it was nice to get to know the other people on our team.


This was a quick post, but stay tuned because I plan to make more posts about each day of the program. Did you see my post about day one? If not, go ahead and check that out. I also plan to make another post about my final thoughts along with some photos.


Thanks so much for reading. Is there anything I should be blogging about that I’m not already discussing? Reach out. Find me on Twitter at mirandaloakley, leave me a comment here on my site, or find me on Facebook at Miranda Oakley. If you find me on Facebook, please send me a message telling me who you are and how you found me. Thanks!

Have a great weekend! For those of my followers in the states, stay cool during this muggy weather.


Miranda ❤


Test Drive 2 Day 1

Hello from Perkins!


For those who don’t know, this week I’m staying at Perkins School as an advisor for their Career Launch program. I’m taking part in test drive 2. Dad took a photo with me by the school building before he left. I was the first one to arrive on campus so I got to talk with some teachers. They told me they read a couple of my blogs so that was pretty neat. One let me see his guide dog! I’m rooming with my twin so that worked out.


Today was an orientation day. We were informed about the Career Launch program that will be launching in September. The first test drive tested week one of the program while this one tests week five. Career Launch teaches students tech skills among others. They learn about working in a call center and work an internship. Then after the two months, someone from the program helps work with the student and companies to help them find work. The person teaching mobility to everyone this week was working at the school when I was here so that was nice to see someone I knew. We talked about the school now and how different it is these days. Interesting when I hear teachers feeling the same way. I’ve told people here that it’s not something you quite understand unless you’ve gone here as a student or worked here before. After I was shown the cottage, I was shown how to use their kurig and electric kettle which was nice but after showing me the microwave, I’ll use that for tea. We were told that someone will take video and posed photos for their marketing for the program. I’m really impressed with Perkins upgrades. Our room has AC which I’m still shocked about because when I was a student here, the rooms didn’t have AC. We also have a wall fan which is new.


We each were shown a work station with a phone and a computer. It is a mock call station. Go figure, mine was the one where Jaws wasn’t always working! Everyone has been friendly, but I’m still learning windows 10 and Google Crome, so I’ll get a little lesson tomorrow. Since we are testing week five, we aren’t getting training on the technology like the students will in the actual program. By this point in the program, students would have had a few weeks of tech training. We learned how to use Google Drive and were given a Perkins email address to use for the week. We worked on opening different files like PDFS and Word documents. It was a little frustrating because I was a little behind in some of the tech, but I’m happy to be learning something new. I figured I’d take some notes here, but they told us beforehand we would use their technology and not our personal devices. Today we were asked to take notes using our technology so I’m not a fan of these last minute changes. It’s happened a lot lately. I’m not knocking the program but it does seem like things are just decided day by day rather than thought out. I’m sure it won’t be liked that I’m so open at this stage, but I’m honest. We were asked to share any negative feedback with them first before doing so in a blog, but I’ve already started sharing my thoughts with the team. We opened documents about Harry Potter, the Hobbit and Game of Throwns. I’m probably the only one who hasn’t seen that show.


After our little tech lesson, we did a team building activity. We had two teams and we had to pitch our ideas to someone like the Shark Tank show. We got to use objects like paper clips, Legos, and silly Putty to make our device. My team made a necklace that was a device with a button you could push to make it cold or push the other side and you’d have heat. We used Legos as buttons and putty to make the round part of the necklace. We marketed it to everyone. We said that it took 80 dollars to make but we sold it for 200 dollars and we gave ten percent to charity. The other team made an easy bake oven where Alexa cooked everything and nothing ever got burned. We mentioned that our product could be given to shelters, hospitals etc. to help people. We won the activity so that was cool. =) Amber and I talked to the overnight staff a bit who is really nice and blind so that’s cool. I mentioned that Perkins could consider hiring me to help plan for this program because lots of planning before we came was extremely last minute. Amber and I have had fun learning our way around here but it is similar to the cottages I stayed in. The side of campus I’m on is opposite than what I knew so that’s interesting. I think that’s about it for now. I’ll do my best to post again tomorrow. Questions? Reach out. Find me on Twitter at mirandaloakley, on Facebook at Miranda Oakley or leave me a comment on my website. If you find me on Facebook, please send me a message telling me how you found me and who you are. Thanks.


Miranda ❤


Happy Father’s Day!

Happy Father’s Day! I figured since I have a blog now I would make a post reflecting on Father’s Day. Okay Holy Spirit, Whatever you’d like me to say in three, two, one…Go. I pray and hope what I write here doesn’t offend people. If you disagree with anything written here, that’s fine, but let’s all respect one another. I have to be honest and say for the longest time, to me, Father’s Day was one of those days that I didn’t give much thought. I grew up without a dad and learned how God has perfect reasons for everything. Don’t worry, I won’t go pushing religion on you, but that’s how I feel. Father’s Day was one of those days I always said to my mom and my aunt. ❤ Most of my life, my mom was Mom and Dad. That changed when I met who I call my other mom and dad. Clarence and his MWFL, Pam. By the way, I know they have a lot of “adopted” kids, so thanks for sharing them with me. In case you’re wondering, MWFL is what Dad says is, “My woman for life”. In a nutshell, conversations with Dad go something like this. “Dad, please fix my computer! Oh! So…Laurie said…Phillips changed my life because…Billy Gilman and Taylor Swift! And more Taylor Swift. You’re busy? Let me text you ten text messages.” I tell Dad everything.


Let me tell you about my dad. We met when I was a freshman in college. He’s good at basketball. He could have made it big, but the father of all father’s had bigger plans. Thank God! I mean, who else can I send long texts to? Dad loves old school music and always introduces me to so many artists because I love music. I always know when Dad pulls up because most of the time he’s blasting something. In fact, he’s one of those dads who tells me his kids always used to say, “Dad, turn your music down!”


He teaches me about Paul, Romans, Psalms, and when I talk to him about guys, he always reminds me that, “I don’t care how cute he is, actions speak louder than words.” We have great conversations that always provide me with a new perspective and scripture to relate to what I’m going through. One of my favorite things about him is that he’s not a traditionalist. We come from a very tradition based church. Dad always talks about what the Bible says and doesn’t get hung up on things that don’t matter. Like me, he is against foyerism. Want to know what that is? Reach out and let’s start a conversation.


As a writer, I wonder sometimes when to give information and when to let people do some homework and research themselves. I think having a balance of both approaches is good. Thoughts anyone? Dad taught me about one of his favorite Greek words, agape, which is a type of love that can really touch people. Even if you don’t know God but love people, learning about agape is a good thing. Love makes our world brighter. I’d love to explain agape, (my good friend Helene says she loves when I explain it to people) but I think I’ll see if anyone does some research. If you follow my blog, thanks! Look up agape and let’s have a discussion about it. I know many people who turn agape on and off like it is a light switch they use whenever they feel like it. Yes, even people at church. Now, if this bothers you, calm down. I’m not saying all church is bad. I’m not saying don’t go to church or you shouldn’t find one. There are great people at my church, but if I’m being honest, not many treat me quite like Dad and his WFL. Dad doesn’t know exactly what Jesus looks like, but he loves him and shares the good news with so many people. I find in life, with people, in school, at Rotary, at church, everywhere really, I always have to prove myself. But I never have to prove myself to the Holy Father and to my dad. So many times people wonder how I can help at church or any events elsewhere because of my blindness and to be frank, it gets really tiring. I’m thankful my God blessed me with a dad and his WFL who take me for who I am and don’t overcomplicate me. I wanted to focus on Father’s Day because even though his WFL is awesome too, it’s common for people with disabilities to have Dad walk out. Sometimes people have Dad and no Mom, but most cases it is the other way around. Why do you think that is? I guess it’s true what they say, a mother just knows. Sometimes, Dad’s do stick around though.


Dad is there to embarrass me with old interviews, (at my graduation party he decided to play this one from when I was seventeen, sounding really little on repeat. Thank God it’s been taken off the internet. He could have chosen another Perkins one I was proud of but no. I’ll forgive you.) He prays with me about many things. He and his WFL were there as I cried and prayed for a reader to come forward my last semester of college. He is there for everything. Dad’s agape for me covers the fact that sometimes when I’m mad enough, I can be a little or a lot mouthy. Thanks for not walking out on me, Dad. It is crazy to think about that tomorrow, he’ll take me to Perkins to test the Career Launch program. Life was so different for me when I was at Perkins and he wasn’t in it. To anyone who needs a father figure, I pray they come forward. Remember that no matter what, someone is always listening. Now, this post has been sappy enough. Back to me sending too many long texts!


Is there anything you’d like me to blog about? Let me know. Find me on Twitter at mirandaloakley, on Facebook at Miranda Oakley or feel free to leave me a comment here on my website. I’d love to connect. If you find me on Facebook, I just ask that you reach out and let me know who you are and how you found me. Thank you.

Have a great week!


Miranda ❤

My Thoughts On In the Dark Episode 9

Before I share my thoughts about the 9th episode, I wanted to mention a few things I liked from the 8th episode that I left out of that post. Because Murphy finds out that another person is involved in Tyson’s killing, she leaves her night with Max to get information out of Dean. I go back and forth with liking Max, but I see both sides to this situation. He made you a meal and you can’t stay for dinner and talk to Dean another time? Girl! That’s mean. Poor Max. After talking to Dean for a bit, he ends up forgiving Murphy for going to the mall with Chloe. Dean allows her to spend the night for movie night, and I was happy that Chloe reunited with Murphy so quickly. Anyone else excited about this? Lastly, I wanted to say how shocked I was when Murphy told Max she loved him. Wow Murphy, you’re really stepping it up! I’m not surprised he had to say, “I love you,” first, but I figured she would brush him off. Did you have a moment of feeling bad? Maybe slightly? You know, maybe you do have a heart, and you felt bad for leaving your boyfriend after he made dinner for you guys?



Moving on now to episode number 9, watching this particular episode was special because I got to watch it with my twin! We freaked out over the same things. Anyone surprised? Let’s talk about Dean. It’s very clear that he likes Murphy in this episode. I still don’t know how I feel about him getting together with Murphy. What are your thoughts about Murphy and Dean? Could you see them as a couple or are you for Murphy and Max? The episode opens with Murphy requesting an Uber because she fell asleep on Dean. Even though they didn’t have sex, that’s still weird. I don’t blame Chelsea for getting upset about that. I feel like anybody would find that strange. Chloe teases her dad and Murphy about her staying the night and they quickly brush it off, telling her it’s nothing. You can tell Dean likes Murphy because when she comes to talk to him, he thinks it is about the night they had, but it is about Tyson’s death. Are we really surprised? I sure wasn’t. Wishful thinking, Dean. When Chelsea and Dean were out at dinner one night, she expresses to him how upset she is that he always drops everything anytime Murphy calls him. Can you blame Chelsea? I’d be upset too. He could easily talk to her for a second and then say he needed to call her back. Chelsea breaks up with Dean and I don’t blame her at all. I can see sometimes dropping everything for someone you care about, but every time? No, that’s not okay. You could also just not pick up the phone all the time. Good for you, Chelsea! Way to know what you deserve!


Let’s talk about Jess and Vanessa. Murphy calls Jess, trying to figure out if she has the right deodorant. Really? I know sometimes it’s easier with people you know, but you know, there’s an App for that! She could have also asked someone at the store. She later tells Jess how she is upset because she wasn’t there for her emergency. Girl, calm your dramatic self-down! No emergency there. When Murphy calls, Jess tells Vanessa she can figure out whatever it is on her own. This is very good of Jess to do. We all need help sometimes. Yes, even those without disabilities need help sometimes. You should not put all your needs on one person though. Spread it out a little. People do that in real life though. I know plenty of people who pass off disability related stuff like it’s a plate. They figure that since that one person has always dealt with any assistance the person might need, that means they don’t have to. This attitude is so wrong. Get over it and stop it. If you’re upset by that, maybe take a look at why you’re upset and how you really feel about disability. It will take time, but this is why we should never stop talking. I’m happy Jess handled it this way because Murphy needs to realize she can’t use Jess for everything. Plus, even if she does feel bad, she does deserve a date night or whatever time away from Murphy she can get. In the long run, it’s good for both of them.


Jess feels guilty for cheating on Vanessa so she has a seven month anniversary dinner with cupcakes that she made. When they were out to dinner, Felix serves them drinks and comes to hit on one of Vanessa’s friends. Of course it doesn’t go well. What does go well for Felix? Poor guy. It was really funny though when he was asking Jess about when the dinner was so he could go. Much funnier in the show than here in this post. I thought it was silly, but seven is also my favorite number so I thought the dinner was sweet. Jess and Vanessa were making up all these hashtags about their relationship which was cute and Jess finally blurts out that she cheated on her. They break up and I’m actually okay with that. Jess can do better. What do you guys think of this?


Let’s talk about Max. I didn’t like him in this episode. Max helps Murphy go through security footage and based on what he tells her he sees, he thinks Darnell could be an informant in Tyson’s case. Speaking of Darnell, let’s back up for a second and talk about Jules. She has always been conflicted between dating him and doing her job. I’d say this time your emotions got the better of you. This part is a little confusing because I don’t have audio description so somebody please correct me if I’m wrong. Jules finds Darnell’s DNA is linked to evidence in Tyson’s case. Darnell is very upset and asks Jules if there is a way out of the situation. Thinking she will protect him, she arrests him on her own terms. You cannot do that! She thinks he won’t run into anyone if she arrests him herself so she can remove him from the situation as quickly as possible. I’m glad she breaks up with Darnell because clearly she cannot do her job and date him at the same time. Plus, it wouldn’t be good if anyone knew he was dating a cop or that she was dating him. I’m here for all the breakups so far. What about you guys? Jess and Murphy sneak into Guiding Hope over the weekend so she can help Murphy look up a witness list. Felix catches them and asks why they are using company WI-FI. Felix tells them that if the informant was a minor that information would have to be disclosed. They laugh it off when he tells them he went to Harvard law, so that is how he knew the information about minors.


Jess tells Murphy how she feels bad about what she did to Vanessa and that she is sad about the breakup. Murphy, being typical Murphy, blows her off and starts going on about how she’s worried because she hasn’t heard from Max all day. I understand being scared because you don’t know what happened to your boyfriend, but give the girl a moment! She is always there for you! Felix, Murphy and Jess take Felix’s car to Max’s house and realize he isn’t home. They can’t find his phone, but Jess explains to Murphy that his computer also receives text messages. Murphy tries getting Jess and Felix to read his computer and they won’t. Finally Jess gives in as always and ends up reading the computer for her. Girl, you need to learn to stick up for yourself! I can understand friends are always there, but she gives into her way too much. Anyone else feel this way?


Felix helps them figure out that Max is at a hotel, and Jess convinces Murphy that despite what Felix says, Max isn’t cheating on her. Felix drives them to the hotel and Murphy tells them not to follow her to meet Max. Felix and Jess end up at the Indoor Pool laughing and singing over drinks. I love this scene. I love their friendship. Felix is so underappreciated and it isn’t okay. He’s so awkward, sweet and I wish people were better to him. Max is shocked to find Murphy and admits to her that he is an informant. She is upset and this is actually something I actually don’t blame her for. I understand that Max has to look out for himself, and if he doesn’t do the work he could go to jail, but give it up dude. Murphy flips out, saying that he killed Tyson. Anyone else think Max was getting a little defensive when he said he didn’t kill him? If nothing was going on then why act that way? What do you guys think? Do you think something is up with Max?

Until my next post, thanks for reading.

Miranda ❤