Summer Reading 2015

Between the Acts, by Virginia Woolf Virginia Woolf’s last novel, left a complete manuscript, but without final revisions. It’s about a sunny day in the country (yes, an entire novel over the course of one day; that’s Woolf for you).  The villagers have gathered to perform the annual pageant on the history of England, but as […]

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Summer Enjoyment

Lately, I’ve been doing a lot of moping around the house.  A fair amount of job hunting.  A decent amount of neatening the large amount of stuff which is the culmination of 22 years of residing in the same room in the same house.  A satisfying amount of going out to enjoy summer. Since I don’t really […]

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Til You Drop

There isn’t much to report around these parts.  I’m still unemployed.  It’s still raining.  Ruby is still number one in the nation for canine popcorn consumption. A momentous event did occur yesterday, though: yesterday, my mother (who has just been set free for the summer from her teaching job), my sister (who has a proper […]

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Summer Reading 2013

Another short post because, well, it’s 3 a.m., and frankly I just want to drink my Airborne-infused water and go to sleep. Summer Reading 2013 (an ongoing list): 1. Truck (Michael Perry.  I can’t stop.  I loved Coop so very much.) 2. A Song of Ice and Fire series (George R.R. Martin.  Admittedly, I only just discovered that […]

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