Imagine being a historian in America circa 3012, searching through archives looking for some material on technology and love in music and you proverbially dust off Dirty Computer.
It wasn't until listening to this album that I was reminded that canadian-born Drake and I had little in common... I feel like I lived an hour in his truth and I don't know this man from John Doe.
I have always loved music. [Read how much music matters to me here.] But, being a stay-at-home parent has changed the way that I listen. I remember racing through aisles at the local store to grab an album the DAY it hit the shelves. I can't always get to albums as soon as they drop … Continue reading Heavy Rotation — 2018 Albums on Repeat
The film’s title alludes to Oliver and Elio’s loving pact to call each other by their own names, recognising that, as [film director] Luca Guadagnino put it in a Q&A: “The other person makes you beautiful – enlightens you, elevates you.” This idea stems ultimately from Aristotle’s views on “true” friendship, but it echoes down the … Continue reading Call Me By Your Name — Um. A Friendship?
Any bookworm born before the internet knows that being a bibliophile can be both lonely and rewarding. Its an interesting conundrum to be faced with. On the one hand, you are never fully part of any conversation because the book grasps your attention. For example, you might spend all day working hard with the same … Continue reading “What Should I Read?” — Everyone Ever.
Reading is one of my passions. There is absolutely no better way to learn about the world than through books, literature, and words. I am convinced. Of course, as a writer, I am also kind of a suspect source for such input. 😂 2019 Reading Challenge -- 75 Books -- Sharing 27 of those titles … Continue reading 2019 Book Reviews Coming!
I know that I'm a little behind but I'm going to check off what I've read on here and definitely do some book reviews on the ones that I pick up this year!! -- My 2019 Reading List is REEAADDDYYY!
Coming soon! A brief overview of conservative writer, Roger Scruton.
Third post in and I'm already struggling with writer's block. Lol. If you have ever written for any class ever in your life then you know the feeling. Its kind of like an inbetweeness when you can't quite get your thoughts and the pen to connect. That is the exact feeling of inbetweeness I have … Continue reading (cup) CAKE or BUST
I challenged myself to try new things in the kitchen and the time is now. [Skip directly to recipe: Handrolled Pasta Recipe or keep reading for my first time experience making this recipe and my grade!] I decided to leap for the stars. Well, not really. My husband requested shrimp alfredo for his birthday. I really enjoy … Continue reading Challenge Accepted: Handrolled Pasta