Heyo, my friends!
(That intro feels a bit awkward. I’m trying it out. We’ll see if it sticks around.)
I’ve been tagged by Evelyn Brooks to do this award, and I’m super excited because her questions are amazing.Read More »
Tag posts are fun to write, but I have an (irrational?) fear that people don’t like them as much as my other posts.
Since you’re one of these “people,” do you mind telling me? I’d like to know the truth instead of clinging to an assumption that may or may not be true.
Now that we’ve got that out of the way, here are the tags I’ve been tagged for.
I found this tag at J Long Books; Jaedyn said anyone who loves Hamilton could do it. Since I am doing it, you’ve probably (correctly) assumed that I love Hamilton.
This post is not supposed to be a Hamilton review, but… I have a hard time stopping myself from reviewing things. I’ll be brief.
Mini review done. Let’s do the tag.Read More »
Though Isengard be strong and hard, as cold as stone and bare as bone,
We go, we go, we go to war, to hew the stone and break the door!
And though the world be messed-up and broken, I go, I go, I go to write this blog post. (See the last flotsam + jetsam here.)
Note: I’m writing this on August 2, but I’m going to schedule it for the 15th 😌 and expect plenty of random emojis because I just discovered how to use them on WordPress. After 1.25 years of blogging. 😂
ALSO! I didn’t post any island living this week, and I might not next week. We’ll see. I absolutely intend to finish it, and to continue to post it on Wednesdays (and other posts on Saturdays), because the schedule has been super helpful, but it won’t be every week.
I spent most of June and July listening to new music. I discovered a lot of songs and artists I never thought I’d like. Here’s a short(ish) list:
But then I started listening to old playlists. (I was tired of my July playlist.) And remembering all the music I used to love.
I guess what I’m saying here is, listen to old songs sometimes. Don’t forget the music you used to love. You’ll probably still love it, and even if you don’t, it helped to make you who you are.Read More »