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A heavenly distraction

When you consider some of the things happening in this country (in this world, in fact!), it is quite tempting to throw up your hands in despair! 277 more words

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Ten Things You Can Learn from Beatrix Kiddo aka The Bride.

Featured image by shinjyu on deviantart.

This is part of my Things We Can Learn from Fictitious Females series of blog posts. I wrote this about 3 years ago…and boy do I wish I had listened to my own advice. 812 more words

Contemplating Reading, Writing And The Imagination

What really counts

As we grow older, it is quite normal to look back and wonder if we have left behind anything of value. Children, career accomplishments, houses, cars, holiday trips, savings, retirement plan. 408 more words

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You Find a Scene

“Violence is one of the most fun things to watch.”

Quentin Tarantino

It was Autumn 2003 when I was reading a teenager magazine. There was a column written by a fashion blogger.  759 more words

Sound And Image

Let us take a moment to appreciate the resilience of the grave.
With gravity on its side
the duo is impenetrable.

Let us take a moment to appreciate our tapioca constitution… 183 more words

Clean hands make us grow stronger

Two weeks ago I wrote about how people seem to be doing all sorts of things and getting away with it. It appears as if those who are doing the right things have to face consequences. 579 more words

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In The Mountain Was A Mirror: Review and Analysis of Bat For Lashes' "The Bride"

Bat For Lashes’ The Bride, released earlier this summer, begins with hope.

It’s an album about grief and the figure—the archetype, almost—of the bereaved bride. 1,634 more words

Review & Analysis