Hello Internet World! I am back! I skipped the May Lookback because, quite honestly, not much has been going on around here as we’re still quarantining to some extent and Alex has undergone now two (!) back surgeries … we are doing a lot of at-home recovery in his nifty hospital recliner! He’s not yet … More 7.6.20 May & June in Review!
Aaaanndddd we’re back! For another lookback to a month in quarantine. Has anyone else felt like time has slowed down incredibly? Some days I feel so lucky to have this time to do the things I used to always find myself wishing I had more time for. And other days seem to pass by and … More 5.12.20 A Lookback to April
Well. This monthly lookback is going to look a little bit different from the others. As I’m sure we can all agree, this last month has been a weird one. It is an unprecedented territory for a lot of us. Yesterday, as I stood in line at the post office, toeing a piece of scotch … More 4.8.20 March Lookback Amidst a Pandemic: searching for the silver linings
FEBRUARY, IN REVIEW February has come and gone! And with it goes my first trip abroad, lots of progress on our teardrop trailer, and a couple of coloring gigs that have kept me busy before and after regular work hours. It was a grind…but a happy one. Onto March we go! Reading: The Immortalists, … More 3.2.20 February in Review
November was simultaneously fast and slow. I enjoyed the first half of the month by going to concerts, finishing up my third Online Editing Class (woohoo!) on the weekends, and resurrecting my love of coffee-shop-reading! It was fun being in a different part of town for my classes … so I took advantage of my … More 12.4 November’s Lookback
OCTOBER IN HINDSIGHT Reading – Go Tell It On The Mountain, by James Baldwin, is a literary classic about a boy named John in 1930s Harlem and his relationship to both his family and the church. It’s a coming-of-age story, loosely based on Baldwin’s own upbringing. It reminded me of one of those novels … More 11.5 October’s Review
Well, here we are in the middle of July and I’m just now getting around to compiling June’s Lookback List! Between three weekends spent away, a brother visiting for ten days, and a week full of altitude sickness, this month has been one for the books! But I’ll tell you what, I think it’s been … More 7.15 A Very Late Lookback at June
Hello all! Now that the first week of the new year is officially over, I’ve heard from a lot of friends whose resolutions include reading more! In 2017, I made it my goal to read at least one book a month, and I came so close, but ultimately fell off the train in October and November, … More 1.6.18 My 2017 Reads