Robberts and Stockburger at Dunn Art Gallery

With the start of a new semester on campus, there is a new show in the Dunn Art Gallery.  This show, running from January 11th until February 26th, 2016 features the drawings, paintings, and frescoes of Fred Robberts and Jason Stockburger. I think my favorite piece in the show is the image of St. Anthony Read More …

Bookish Questions – Do you read ‘classics’?

Do you read ‘classics’? I don’t read anywhere near enough classic books, not since school. I’ve been too busy reading all the great new books coming out. Thanks to all of the free classics available for my Kindle app, I am trying to do a better job of reading them.  I read several classic era Read More …

Book It – New Year’s Resolutions

It’s January again, and I’m so proud of myself for completing an entire year of posts about the books I’ve read.  It’s been a great way for me to keep track of all those books, and to share my love of reading with all of you. With 2016 comes a new year and a new Read More …

#Project52 – My Favorite

I’m not as good at singing as Julie Andrews, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have a few things in life that I absolutely love. Aside from the obvious things like my husband and chocolate, my list generally includes fluffy kittens, ridiculous selfies, and pretty books. What are a few of your favorite things?

Cabbages & Kings – A Review

Cabbages and Kings is a work on fiction by O. Henry. Published in 1904, it’s not the type of book I would normally write a full review for, but I’ve found a have a lot to say. I downloaded a free digital copy for my Kindle app (also available in print), because I recognized the Read More …

#Project52 – Happiness Is

“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery—air, mountains, trees, people. I thought, “This is what it is to be happy.” ― Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar These lovely birds were outside my kitchen window the other morning. They made me very happy.

#Project52 – Who am I?

It’s that time of year again, making resolutions and looking back at who we have become.  At 30, I often still feel like I’m playing at being an adult. Especially on those days when I see my friends and family with their grown up lives, having kids and making big decisions. I do have to Read More …