A is for Anne #AtoZChallenge

I have recently been rereading one of my favorite books of all time, Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery.  It’s falls into one of my three favorite genres (or, at least, I think it does): classics.  For those who have not read the books, and have not seen the truly excellent miniseries from the 1980s… let me […]

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Weekly Tea Time for My Soul – 2/25/17

Good morning everyone!  As I type this, at 6:23am, it is already 50 degrees outside.  I think winter has forgotten to winter.  I don’t mind so much, only over the last couple months I’ve forgotten how hot our apartment can get!  We’ll be breaking out the A/C before I know it! My most interesting day […]

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Man of La Mancha

Has anyone read Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra? Originally titled El Ingenioso Hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha, it was published in two separate volumes in the early 1600s.  It has survived into prominence because Don Quixote is considered one of the most important works in a golden period of Spanish literature.  In modernity, it retains a […]

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My Apartment

When my mother visited us the day after Christmas, she said something that made me chuckle.  She said, “You should consider becoming an interior designer.”  My mom clearly does not read enough Apartment Therapy (guilty pleasure).  It may be because she hasn’t been in the apartment since our moving day six months ago, but I […]

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Weekly Tea Time for My Soul – 12/31/16

A quick, non-related request to anyone out there before the regularly scheduled programming… This morning, I got a message from one of my best friends saying his dad called this morning and his mother was cold and unresponsive in bed… I’ll be spending most my day waiting for news from him, and being as supportive […]

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