Hello Fellow Book Lovers! I have sat down at my desk for the past few days to write this post, and just haven't been able to do it. I have the quarantine blues, coupled with the rainy day blues. All productivity went out the window--bye grading, bye assignments, bye exercise motivation. However, the sun has... Continue Reading →
Day 57: I photograph books. If I make them appealing, maybe more will read. Day 58: Wake up. Breathe. Feel myyoga mat beneath my feet.Palms together. Peace. Day 59: Grief comes suddenlya wave crashing on me thenebbing carelessly.
Here you go, the second installment of haikus. After this, I will be caught up, and what a feeling that will be! Day 50: Fifty days of this. I'm like a bird in cage.Sunshine helps me through. Day 51: Cinco de mayoTime spent with friends over ZoomGrateful for laughter Day 52: Latin and Greek rootsfill... Continue Reading →
Hello All! I have 14 days worth of haikus to share with you, but I'm going to split them into two posts. Why? I couldn't tell you. It just makes sense in my brain. 🙂 Day 43: Plotting and planning. Alexander Hamiltoncould write his way out. Day 44: Nothing but blue skiesbirds chirp, bees buzz,... Continue Reading →
Hello and Happy May! My first segment for "Reading the Classics" was so long ago, that I forgot it was even an idea I had! The original idea was that I would read classics I had not read before, and as usual, provide commentary. Perhaps this is blasphemy as an English major and a Language... Continue Reading →