As I mentioned the other day, I'm back from my temporary hiatus. It's been a few weeks since my last Motivational Monday post, so I'm making it up to you with lots of excellent content. Ready? (There's no way you're ready) In honor of the creatures behind this blog, here's a video of a kitten … Continue reading Motivational Monday – May 13
"The Metamorphosis" By: Franz Kafka I'm writing this review as part of the Back to the Classics Challenge Category 8: Classic Novella Recap Recap from the perspective of 15-year-old M Gregor Samsa turns into a bug. The end. M Explains This isn't going to take the form of other reviews because first I need to … Continue reading Review – The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka
And years later, when I moved back to the South, and the UMC had General Conference and passed the wrong legislation, it was Evans' teachings that led me to confidently walk out the doors of my church for the last time. Because of Rachel Held Evans, I don't feel guilty about not having a church. I know how to practice and maintain my personal worship until I can find a church that upholds the same values that I do.
Do you ever feel like an orphan? Sometimes I do. Not often. My mom is alive and wonderful and amazing. But several decades with my father left scars on all of us. Sometimes we function in a robotic fashion. When I need my mom in the capacity of my mom, I push her "parent" button … Continue reading The Easter Orphans
Happy Monday! Can you believe we're already halfway through APRIL?! 2019 is more than a quarter finished! I'm not sure where the time went. Anywho, I hope you all had marvelous days and if you didn't, let's fix that now: I know this graphic is a little unorthodox but come on, it's so accurate This … Continue reading Motivational Monday – Apr 15