Before I start, let me say that I fully acknowledge and appreciate the convenience and portability that e-books offer. They greatly facilitate the ability to read anywhere, anytime, since almost everyone nowadays has e-book capability on their smart phones. Yet even though I have occasionally taken advantage of the nifty invention called e-books, I have … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why Paper Books are Better Than E-Books
I suppose that if I were a truly accomplished blogger, I would have written this post last night! But New Years' Day is surely just as special as New Years' Eve, don't you think? This past year has been such a blur of new experiences that last night, I actually had a hard time remembering … Continue reading Happy New Years’ Everyone!
C.S. Lewis once said, "You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me."I have always agreed with Lewis about the books, but I've always bemoaned the fact that I couldn't join him in his love of tea. After all, it's so British! For a girl who's enamored … Continue reading Cups of Tea Big Enough and Books Long Enough
We ate lunch at The Eagle and Child - meeting place of the Inklings, a group of writers including J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis.
Well, I'm back. I went on an adventure, and it was more wild and difficult and exciting and wonderful than I could have ever imagined! My two friends (Margaret and her brother Galen) and I went to London, Scotland and Paris. A total of two and half weeks of travel, adrenaline, fatigue, and enjoyment. We … Continue reading A Hobbit’s Tale
I've got four days left until my trip to Europe!!! I wanted to quickly tell all of you that (aside from a few scattered pictures) you may not hear from me for a good while. I have got some adventuring to do! I fully intend to post a few pictures of my travels while I … Continue reading So long, farewell…
Yesterday, one of my dearest, most treasured dreams became a reality. I got a trench coat. I can't exactly remember when my fascination with trench coats came about. It seems that in every movie I watch, and book I read, at least one character has one of these incredible coats. (And more often than not, it's … Continue reading Keep Calm And Wear A Trench Coat
What are some of the most important things you've learned from having a job of your own? God has used this new job of mine to teach me tons of life-lessons. It has NOT been easy (I've had quite a few meltdowns) but looking back on how far God has brought me in my walk with Him, I … Continue reading Interview
I admit it. I'm a hobbit. I love my home, my hobbit hole, and I almost never want to leave it. I rather begrudgingly go on social calls or to parties, and keep glancing at the clock when I do. Home is my school, my work, my sanctuary. And I am sure that for most … Continue reading I’m Going On An Adventure!