Sunday Scribblings: Bed

I make my bed every day. It’s not always when I get up right away, but I always try to go back and make it before the morning’s over with. There’s just something satisfying about a made bed. It’s like you can start the day on the right foot. Plus, it’s nice to get into … Continue reading Sunday Scribblings: Bed

Question of the Week #10

Photo by Paweu0142 L. on Pexels.com Which sex do you think has it easier in our culture? Have you ever wished you were of the opposite sex? It seems like men have it easier for much of our history. Men could hold down jobs, own land and homes, and pretty much do as they please. … Continue reading Question of the Week #10

The Captain’s Quiz 8: Summer Side Up

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Paul over at The Captain's Speech does quizzes every once and a while, so I decided to do his most recent one called Summer Side Up. I'd never done one before or even seen them pop up before so I decided to finally participate. The 10 Questions You are going … Continue reading The Captain’s Quiz 8: Summer Side Up

7 Books I’d Want on a Desert Island

The question of what books would you have if you were on a stranded island (and all its variants) is always a little weird because it’s presuming you got stranded here by accident due to a wreck or something, so why would you be sitting here reading when you need to be out there surviving … Continue reading 7 Books I’d Want on a Desert Island

Question of the Week #7

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Do you think the world will be a better or worse place 100 years from now? I don't think it'll be necessarily better or worse. How you see the world is through your life experiences. There'll be new world problems, new technologies, new everything. Someone will complain that if things … Continue reading Question of the Week #7

Question of the Week #6

Photo by Kampus Production on Pexels.com You discover your wonderful one year old child is, because of a mix up at the hospital, not yours. Would you want to exchange the child to try and correct the mistake? This is a hard question, mainly because I feel like a lot of bonding with the child … Continue reading Question of the Week #6

Buying Books vs. Borrowing Books.

Photo by Rafael Cosquiere on Pexels.com Since I read fairly regularly, I should probably answer the age old questions that readers sometimes ask themselves and then answer: Do you prefer buying your books or borrowing them? Surprisingly, I feel complicated about this question for a lot of questions. Since I've worked in a library system … Continue reading Buying Books vs. Borrowing Books.

Gloomy.

Photo by Vlad Cheu021ban on Pexels.com *This post was originally written on July 27, 2022 The sun is finally out (if briefly) -- it was struggling all day and even rained for a while in the morning. I lit my candle and snuggled on the couch to read. there's something comforting about reading on a … Continue reading Gloomy.