As humans, I think we are fixated on our realities. It is so easy for me to constantly focus on life’s difficulties, ruminating on how things could be better. But, until I encounter another individual, who openly shares their situation, I realize it could be far worse. Not to say my problems are not significant,…Read More
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March Wrapup 2022
I had such high reading hopes for March! I thought I would easily read 6 books this month. However, even though I had vacation days this month, I only managed to read 3 1/2 books. I’m still working on How to Read a Book, an impromptu addition. So far, the book has been fantastic, and…Read More
Prejudices: Can I Convince You That Twyla is Black?
*Spoiler Alert* As I stare out the window on this bleak, snowy morning, I contemplate Toni Morrison’s book, Recitatif, and my prejudices. As humans, we like to think we are perfect and have no bias, but we do! What are yours? Recitatif, the only short story by Morrison, was written in 1980 and was first published…Read More