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Books and Reading in Don Quixote

Don Quixote is an often misunderstood book. While many modern readers see it as a goofy story about a madman who thinks he is a knight, in reality the book goes so much deeper than this. 616 more words

Friday Philosophy...Sanity

I was trying to come up with a word for today. I admit, I was floundering, and opened it up to my nuclear family. Lara suggested sanity as the focus for today’s blog. 124 more words


Don Quixote


I can’t help myself, I love musicals. Try out the 1972 adaptation of the 1968 musical, Man of La Mancha. It has a really lovely cast album, too. 479 more words


Miguel de Cervantes

And as the wicked are always ungrateful, and necessity leads to evil doing, and immediate advantage overcomes all considerations of the future, Ginés, who was neither grateful nor well-principled, made up his mind to steal Sancho Panza’s ass. 21 more words


Episode 10: February 15th, 2017

There must be giants! At least we think so….in this episode about Miguel de Cervantes’ “Don Quixote” and Wishbone’s “The Impawssible Dream” – with guest Kaitlyn Gallagher! 72 more words

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ON THIS DAY: January 16, 2017

January 16th is

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Appreciate a Dragon Day *

Civil Service Day *

Hot & Spicy Food Day

National Religious Freedom Day * 793 more words


How Reading Teaches Me A Lot About Self-Commitment

Currently, I am reading ‘Thrawn Janet’, still by Robert Louis Stevenson. It has been taking me a few weeks for reading the short story which is just less than 20 pages. 468 more words