Where the heck have you been?

WTH? Eek! I know, I’ve been MIA, but I honestly can’t believe that much time has lapsed between posts so I’m hoping to steer myself back on track. Day seven of the second month of the year two thousand and eighteen is shaping up to be one chaotic month as my mind tries to catch […]

Month of Letters: 2018

For the Letter-Writing Aficionado February 1st. Already on month two of 2018. And it’s time for A Month of Letters! It really is one of my favorite times of the year. There is a spike in letters received, new friends to meet, and a whole bunch of people who share the common love of letter […]

Reading: Treasury of Morse Mythology

Reading: Treasury of Morse Mythology

Treasury of Norse Mythology: Stories of Intrigue, Trickery, Love, and Revenge by Donna Jo Napoli, Christina Balit Published by National Geographic Children’s Books on September 22nd 2015 Genres: folklore, myths, non-fiction Pages: 192 Goodreads Classic stories and dazzling illustrations of gods, goddesses, heroes and monsters come to life in a stunning tableau of Norse myths, […]

Reading: The Art of Conversation

  “[…] conversation–it’s the basic building block of our connection with each other.” The Art of Conversation Judy Apps When this book first crossed my path it was to hand it to someone else. I remember it because I didn’t give any thought until the title caught my eye. Conversation. I love good conversations. Not […]

Watching: Baywatch (2017)

  Tell me they have some of those slow-mo scenes! Because, seriously, that’s one of the reasons why I never really got into Baywatch growing up. It just seemed so . . . overly dramatic. Which now seems part of the fun. So I’m giving this a shot. Like I said, i wasn’t a huge fan […]

Reading: The Little Prince

Reading: The Little Prince

The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, Richard Howard, Dom Marcos Barbosa, Melina Karakosta on June 29th 2000 Genres: children’s, classics Pages: 93 Goodreads Moral allegory and spiritual autobiography, The Little Prince is the most translated book in the French language. With a timeless charm it tells the story of a little boy who leaves […]