"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.
It's a truth universally acknowledged that the first couple seasons of Boy Meets World are much more episodic and juvenile than the later seasons. That's not an issue; the first season takes place when Cory and Shawn are in 6th grade. In a way, the earlier, sheltered seasons reflect where the boys are in life.
Do you ever re-read books from your childhood and think "wow, this is a seriously weird book"? I recently went through a phase where I re-read books that I loved when I was younger. Aside from the fact that they seem so much shorter now, the subject matter of most them surprised me. A few … Continue reading Revisiting Ruth White’s Belle Prater’s Boy
"Was I the only one looking forward to seeing Diana's grandmother in the rocking chair?"