I haven't been feeling myself for a little while now... I've gained a bit a lot of weight in the last little while... I'm tired... moody... hungry... Are you pregnant? (Why is this always everyone's first question...?) No - that's not it... Except. come to think of it... My last period was a little late… Continue reading The Age Old Question
"What is the difference between fiction and literature?" I once asked a bookstore clerk. They thought about this for a while and then couldn't really give me an answer. Really, if the books aren't classified as non-fiction, aren't they all just fiction? I never understood the subtle differences between fiction and literature until I started… Continue reading “Fiction” vs. Literature
I'm sorry I was not brave enough. I'm sorry I let you down. This year of disappointment and rejection has taught me that it's not always possible to get what you want - no matter how much you want it. And no amount of effort can change that. Trying too hard has led to failure… Continue reading If Wanting Was Enough
I made two scarves recently: A knitted green scarf, and a purple crocheted scarf. The green scarf took weeks to make (partly because I am a slow knitter) and the purple one only took a few hours. I started making the green scarf with the intention of giving it to a friend for Christmas and… Continue reading The Tale of Two Scarves
These are some snip-bits from the "Usborne First Encyclopedia Series: The Human Body." I thought encyclopaedias were supposed to answer questions... Not make more. I feel like they have really taken a "cut-scene" approach to the whole "where does a baby come from?" question. So maybe they kind of address the "how does a baby get… Continue reading Thanks, Encycolpedia.