Trying to Become a Marvel Fan (by watching about 15 movies in about a week) Or; a completely unauthoritative review of a lot of Marvel Movies

To begin, I did this wayy back in December. December was significant for two reasons. 1) I was on Christmas break. 2) I got my one week free trial of Disney Plus. This provided the perfect setting for catching up on my Marvel movies. Now, I didn't watch all of the Marvel movies in one... Continue Reading →

butterfly moments

Take a thread of your life; hold it in your hands. What is it? Is it a sad strand? A strand that makes you smile when you think of it? Start at the end of it, where you are now. Trace it back, as far as it goes. Or, just until the strand gets tangled... Continue Reading →

the skies and the heavens

When I was a kid and didn't have computer time or a phone or really any technology to distract me, I'd lay in the grass and stare up at the sky. Looking back, I was probably really bored, but I have a lot of random memories of looking at the sky.  Before I knew about... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Change

I've always been someone who adapts very quickly to new things. I've gotten to the point where I need change to feel alive. I get bored of my hair every six months and have to change it. I rearrange the furniture in my room on a regular basis. A part of me always wants to... Continue Reading →

2019 in Books

I read a grand total of 43 books this year. A whole 7 books short of my goodreads goal, but I suppose 43 isn't too terrible for everything that happened this very busy year. The largest category was Fiction by far, and mostly fantasy/sci-fi, but I am branching out. (Slowly.) Fiction Favorites: Renegades - Marissa... Continue Reading →

The Case for Pictures

If you were rich in the 1500s, you would probably sit for a portrait at some point in your life. If you were royalty, you might take several portraits over your lifetime. Skip forward a few hundred years, and people have cameras on their phones and can (and do) take pictures of literally everything. When... Continue Reading →

southern gothic

There are little white churches with boards over the windows. The sign out front still invites guests to come at 10:30 for service and 9:30 for Sunday school. The parking lot is always empty during those times. Occasionally, you'll see light coming through the windows late at night. Ignore it. At night, you can sometimes... Continue Reading →

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