On Tuesday, March 26th, we lost my grandfather. I’ve been struggling with putting into words how it feels to lose someone who felt so eternal. He refused to act his age. He was so active and full of life, so present and influential, that none of us could picture life without him. My cousins andContinue reading “Five Things I Learned from my Grandfather”
Friday? Again? Well, hello. Here are five things that flew past my face over the course of this week:
“I want to do one of those shows where we see that so much in this language that we speak–in any language that we speak–is just full of implications, full of fun facts, full of maybes and history, practically every syllable you utter.”
The saga continues! Here is the latter half of the ten books I’ve read in 2019 thus far. Missed the first half? Click here. 6. The Two Towers by J.R.R. Tolkien The first time I read the Lord of the Rings series, I think I was too young to appreciate it. I was probably 11Continue reading “10 Books I Read in 2019 – Part 2”
As my friend Brenna so eloquently put it earlier today: “then I have to go through NEXT WEEK and the WEEK AFTER like @ time bruh wtf.” It’s a mood. But, since we can’t avoid the constant racing of time, let’s talk about things we like!
I’ve been reading. A lot.