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Year of Reading in Review

Year in review: books

Last year at this time, I made a New Years resolution to read one book each month. I made a few other resolutions, but since I can’t even remember them, I obviously can’t report any improvement on their account. I’m not really a very disciplined person so it doesn’t really phase me that I wasn’t able to keep the forgotten resolutions, but it does phase me, in a very positive way, that I was able to complete the reading commitment. Below, you will find the twelve books that I read this year Continue reading

Drama Queen

People don’t like drama queens. If someone is said to be a particular body who is always surrounded by an entourage of drama, it is not a good thing. We apologize for being too “emotional” around people, we uphold those who appear to be stoically grounded and realistic, and we causally make fun of too much excitement as if it held the same maturity of tween-aged girls texting 300 words a minute about their swelling love for Taylor Lautner. These are my thoughts that suggest an opposing idea about emotional drama…maybe it isn’t always so bad, or at the very least, maybe it isn’t the same as a Taylor Lautner reaction. Continue reading