Is It Just Me by Miranda Hart

I want to grow up to be Miranda. Not famous, but famously comfortable with being completely myself. Also, maybe a little more spontaneously fun. SYNOPSIS Well hello to you, dear browser. Now I have your attention it would be rude if I didn't tell you a little about my literary feast. So, here is the... Continue Reading →

Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

This book was one hundred percent, straight up, delightfully weird. There is no other way to describe the experience and no other books that compare. It was, quite simply, wonderfully odd. Originally entitled Good Omens, The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Alice Nutter, Witch this book was originally published in 1990. At the time, neither Neil Gaiman... Continue Reading →

Canada by Mike Myers

It was this picture from Justin Trudeau's first cabinet that caught my eye. Much like spotting an extremely attractive person, I scrolled past it at first and then did I double take. Look at this magnificence! There are fifty percent women, minorities and a person with a visible disability all right there representing a whole... Continue Reading →

Cleanliness and Clutter

Happy First of May! On New Years Eve I make resolutions. Lots of them. On my birthday I set goals for my year. And, on May 1st I begin my spring cleaning.  This is mainly so I can free up my summer hours for fun, sun, and reading. With that in mind I started where I... Continue Reading →

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