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Motivation is so annoying

Ugh, just ugh.  At this moment I am bored.  I usually resort to blogging when bored, mostly for something to do, which then leads to some kind of inner reflection on my usually in the moment (less than stellar) mental state.  586 more words

Lewis

Music

Yesterday, I added a new book to my collection. I hadn’t realized that it had been part of my mom’s library but not mine until just a couple days ago, when my husband and I were searching for a new book to read. 298 more words

Imagination

IMPORTANT MUST READ!

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Easter Bunny

We have been having some beautiful almost summery weather this past week. Some might be disappointed that we seem to have skipped spring, but I am loving this! 544 more words

The Company that Words Keep

The next blog post comes from Will Greenwood of BSL Guayaquil. Similarly to Alex‘s previous post on ‘dogme’ teaching, Will reflects on another fairly trending ELT topic: The Lexical Approach.  1,690 more words

Old poetry translations: The Bakhchesarian Fountain (William D. Lewis)

For a long time I thought Russian-to-English translation started when Constance Garnett (1861-1946) introduced Dostoevskii to the English-speaking world; after that came David Magarshack (1899-1977); and after him all the translators working today. 1,763 more words

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