Tag Archives: reading

For All the Classic Lit. Nerds

  Before I begin, watch this video below. If it won’t play, don’t worry. I’ll do my best to describe it in my post: The above video is an ad for the Infiniti Q60, a car I know nothing about … Continue reading

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Far Too Long

What am I doing here? I was embarrassed to realize my last post was over a year ago. A lot has happened, enough that I don’t know where to begin. I’ve changed schools twice, from a Career Center to a … Continue reading

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How Much More… Trusting God and Seeking First

I recently read a few pages of a book published by Reader’s Digest, Exploring the Secrets of Nature. As much as I know about the natural world, I always feel like there is more to learn. I have always been fascinated … Continue reading

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New Friends and Free Books

I spend a lot of time on Twitter. Through my twitter trolling and reading blog posts from sites like Sojourners, I stumbled onto this: “A Thread Called Grace” by Jonathan Merritt I first met Jonathan on Twitter. Honestly, he was … Continue reading

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Feeling the Spark — ReKindling my Enthusiasm for Books and Libraries

Last year I posted a story about damaging my Kindle and how that experience reawakened my love for books. Now, my Kindle is lost. I misplaced it, left it somewhere, put it away and forgot where, I don’t know. But … Continue reading

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Exuberant Animal

Last week, I finished Exuberant Animal by Frank Forencich. Movnat aficionados and Paleo lifestyle enthusiasts hail the book as the essential primal lifestyle text. Since I’ve developed an interest in the Paleo fitness movement, I decided to check it out. I’ve wondered … Continue reading

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Right Time…

I’ve commented before on my belief that things happen for a reason. Would it be weird for me to also believe this extends to literature? Let me explain. I have always been outdoorsy, active, and more comfortable barefoot than in … Continue reading

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