It took me FOREVER to finally figure out that the story “The Garden of…” wasn’t in chronological order. Once my frustration had subsided, I was able to find the story’s main message. In my opinion, the story symbolizes how life never has one set path and that the choices one make determine their destiny. It also represents how simultaneous paths could be occurring at the same time, paths which could end up coming together eventually. I enjoyed “The Garden of…” not only because of my interest in the early forms of hypertext, but also because the story itself was like the labyrinth they were referring to.