Mother’s Day is a “hallmark holiday,” created to sell cards and flowers and chocolate. It’s often an insult, where a year’s worth of carrying a family is halfheartedly acknowledged with a quick brunch spent looking at your phone, or a quick phone call spent looking at your computer. Less often, it’s an opportunity to show […]
I’m not writing a review. The book is too old, and reviews either have spoilers (so they ruin the book for whoever hasn’t read it) or don’t have spoilers (so they don’t say anything). Instead, here’s a list of reasons why you should read A Canticle for Leibowitz by Walter Miller: It’s post-apocalyptic, which means […]
Again, the numbering is off because I did a week on Lent in between. Below I’ll create links to all of them in order in case this is the first one you’ve seen. Happy quarantine. Genesis Bible Study 1 Genesis Bible Study 2 Genesis Bible Study 3 Lent Bible Study
Finally got this thing fixed. If I’m quarantined I’ll sound a lot better next month.