The Year the World Was Put on Pause: The Art of Rest – A Reading List for the Apocalypse, Part V

Hello, humanity! I really appreciate stoplights. Sure, they're inconvenient when you're running late; however, I'm a nervous driver. Coming up on a stoplight tells me, "Okay. You have a few seconds on this journey where you don't have to worry about the cars around you, or any possible mailboxes that pop up. You can just … Continue reading The Year the World Was Put on Pause: The Art of Rest – A Reading List for the Apocalypse, Part V

Quotes from the Notebook #70-79

Hello, humanity! Back at it again with this week's quotes. Quote from the Notebook #70 "I hate cramps. Cramps should just get cramps and die." - Caroline G., 8/19/2015 Quote from the Notebook #71 "Pig latin does not count." - Rey R., 8/21/2015 Quote from the Notebook #72 "I don't kid about duck faces." - … Continue reading Quotes from the Notebook #70-79

Pearl Harbor and the Pandemic: A Reading List for the Apocalypse, Part IV – Early Sunday Morning

Disclaimer: Spoilers for the novel Early Sunday Morning: The Pearl Harbor Diary of Amber Billows may follow. If you would rather not be spoiled for the book, feel free to come back to this post after you read it. It’ll most likely still be here when you get back. If not, don’t jump down my throat … Continue reading Pearl Harbor and the Pandemic: A Reading List for the Apocalypse, Part IV – Early Sunday Morning

Anne Frank: Architect of Hope – The Reading List for the Apocalypse, Part III

Disclaimer: Spoilers for The Diary of a Young Girl may follow. If you would rather not be spoiled for the book, feel free to come back to this post after you read it. It’ll most likely still be here when you get back. If not, don’t jump down my throat for spoiling it. I’ve warned you, … Continue reading Anne Frank: Architect of Hope – The Reading List for the Apocalypse, Part III