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Simply Glee

Of all American TV series  I have ever seen in my recent 3 years (I can easily name some as I have rarely spent time watching a TV series since I started university), Glee should be the one that I like the most for its simplicity (especially for ones who hardly find times following the development of the screen plot) and its comprehensibility (for ones who often find it difficult to make sense of all the lines on screen). 233 more words


The Brilliant Work and Difficult Life of John BerrymanPart One

This article appeared in the Mosaic section of Ceylon Today on Sunday August 10


The school of “Confessional Poetry” was associated with several writers who redefined American poetry in the ’50s and ’60s. 1,296 more words


Progress with the Roberta Stephenson Trilogy.

The editing of Spies and Subterfuge is finished and the cover image is finalised…now we are on track to release the novel before the end of the year. 609 more words

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I have had more peace in the past two weeks than I have had in recent memory. It just feels great to know I am exactly where I am supposed to be, doing exactly what I am supposed to do. 33 more words

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Chicago Coffee Debrief

Ed Note: I confess this doesn’t quite say what I want it to, but I haven’t been able to wrangle my words into submission. We spent last week meeting with friends, family and former students in the Chicago suburbs, sharing our vision for teaching in Lithuania, and inviting them to join us through their support. 1,552 more words

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All right now.

Ok, I’ve been back from all these summer travels for two weeks now. It’s time to settle down and get some updating done.

First, as you may or may not know, I resigned from my position as a (very) full-time nanny for a family I worked with for two years. 738 more words

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