I read a short story of "Silas The Good" and the story goes that old Silas and a woman drink alcohol, saying it is tea. I was wondering how they drink the tea because it would make more sense if it was liquor. Well in the middle of the story, I discovered those drinks to be actually alcohol. I remember in elementary school my teacher was asking why in the book the author used cosmos, and I had no idea. I was like if the flower was his favorite there shouldn't be another reason, or it's not something to be questioned. After many years something popped into my mind and I learned cosmos is usually at their best in Autumn. Guess that was the answer to the teacher. I've been bad at reading, so reading English gives me a hard time too. Now I am fighting off daily!