Leaves of Silk

by Clare Brant, Professor of Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture and Co-Director, Centre for Life-Writing Research. Cross-posted with permission from the Department of English at King’s College London. The Dear Diary exhibition is now open, until 7th July! Promotion got underway well before Read More …

#Onmyown – cheeseburgers

Well this is something I just want to start sharing. Doing things on your own. Its such an interesting thing in this world the way it is today. There is a stigma around doing things alone from my experience anyway. Read More …

hoops.

discovering hula hoops and joy in the middle of the street.  there is no such thing as the pursuit of happiness, but there is the discovery of joy. -joyce grenfell Filed under: Life Tagged: ann arbor, city, happiness, hula hoops, Read More …

Lightly child, lightly.

What is it that I have to tell myself again and again?That there is always a new beginning, a different end.I can change the story.I am the story.Begin. ~ Jeanette Winterson, The PowerBook Notes: Quote Source: Who are you really, Read More …

Celebrating St Valentine

Obedience, poverty, and chastity make no sense without love. Obedience allows us to love more in that it allows us to love with the love of God, poverty allows us to love more because we use the goods of the Read More …

bunny ponders.

bunny ponders how it is that just last week he was out in the open fields rounding up cabbages, eating tall grasses, chasing bugs, free as the wind, and making merry, only to find himself working in the restroom of Read More …

Some secrets should be kept secret…

Coming Home: In marriage, some secrets should be kept secretby Jessie VeederForum Communications Oh, by the way, he said as he pulled on his pajamas pants and emerged from the closet. There was a bat in the bedroom while you Read More …