Intermission: A Somewhat Amateurish Origami Display

Origami Fan

Bringing you an intermission from the historical fiction series: a picture depicting a fraction of the paper creations that clutter my abode. (Also, posting this is an extremely effective way to procrastinate on doing REAL writing! Mwahaha! Am I evil or what?) But seriously, origami is actually a great way to amuse yourself when you have nothing else on hand. If you’re a beginner, you could start with easy kindergarten stuff like foxes, but jumping right away to intermediate items like the crane is a much better idea. Cranes are fairly easy to make, and fortunately enough, fairly hard to forget once you’ve mastered them. Some people believe that they will bring you good luck, and others that you will be granted one wish (by what else? A crane) after you make one thousand of these paper birds. Which brings us to the next book in the series:  Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes, by Eleanor Coerr. (You didn’t really believe that this post was going to be completely unrelated, now did you? Of course you did. Cue: evil laugh.)


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