The Jane Austen Project is Dead…For Now

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I never thought that Northanger Abbey would be my downfall. I started my Jane Austen project two years ago, to the day! I thought it was a reasonable goal to read all her novels… Continue reading

U2 is The Best Thing About Me

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I am in love with this band. It’s no secret. I love them with all my heart. And hearing a new song that’s this good only makes me happier about how much I… Continue reading

A Time To Kill (1996) – It leaves you with a lingering feeling of wanting to change the world.

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It starts off with the violent rape of a ten year old black girl named Tonya (RaéVen Kelly) by two white men. Her father Carl Lee Hailey (Samuel L. Jackson) then murders the… Continue reading

“The Blackout” – U2

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THIS. IS. IT. The long-awaited new music from the best band in the world is finally here. After some genius subtle marketing – where lucky fans (not me! hmph) received letters in actual… Continue reading

Album Review: Freedom Child – The Script

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The Script have finally done what they’ve been threatening to do since their last album, No Sound Without Silence. They’ve turned into a dance pop group. The leadoff single, “Rain”, is catchy with an… Continue reading

Twelve Best Michael Jackson Videos

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The year I discovered Michael Jackson was, sadly, the year he passed away. Yes, I had heard of “Billie Jean” and “Thriller” long before that, but I never really paid attention. My falling… Continue reading

“In Poplar they call it arriving ass-first.” – Call the Midwife 1 x 02

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Nurse Lee opens the episode by telling us that she believes night time is for women, to which I say, NOOOO! She’s bicycling through a dark, deserted alley in the East End looking… Continue reading

It’s a Dog’s Life: My Life as a Potato

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Hi everyone! My mama asked me if I can write for her bloggy thing, because today is National Dog Day. Yay! My name is Patches, and I’m a Shih Tzu. I first met… Continue reading

Today in Self-Care: New Books!

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Well, technically they’re new old books, but isn’t this a wonderful haul? I got Alan Jacobs’ The Narnian, a biography of C.S. Lewis; The Complete Illustrated Works of Lewis Carroll; Joseph J. Ellis’ The Founding Brothers; and because I’ve been… Continue reading

A Tennis Ball and Yoga Mat Brought Me Back

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I missed my blog! For the past three weeks I’ve been struggling with terrible shoulder and back pain, and though I want to say that it’s because of a cool reason like a… Continue reading

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