I realized that I’m going to be posting on Christmas day so I thought I would do something a little different and do a little Christmassy post about some of my family’s silly traditions and then I realized that I had this exact idea last year. You can read that post here if you are interested. So instead I guess I’ll talk a bit about how my first Christmas in my own place has been. Continue reading “Christmas // Random Ramblings”
I was stressing over the fact that I don’t have anything to blog about and then I remembered that I just saw a movie! As in, I went to a movie theater rather than just watching something on my computer.
I went to local movie theater with my dad where a matinee (a word I realize I have no idea how to spell) ticket is $9 (which is cheap btw). It actually was quite appropriate that I saw this movie with my dad given that it is all about family. Family and music.
I probably should have written this closer to when I saw the movie but here it goes. Let’s see what I remember. Continue reading “CoCo// Movie Madness”
The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden
This book was on my library’s top books of 2017 and I had heard about it elsewhere so i thought I would give it a go. Basically this book is set in historical Russia and is about a girl who can see demons (or spirits depending on who you’re talking to) and Winter’s brother who is escaping from his prison. Continue reading “(62)The Bear and the Nightingale // Bookish Blurb”
Caroline by Sarah Miller
I believe I found this book through the library’s list of top books of 2017. This book is a retelling of the Little House stories but making the mother the main character instead of the daughter. Thus we follow Caroline as she struggles to be a good mother and fallow her husband who is full of wanderlust as they head west. Continue reading “(61) Caroline // Bookish Blurb”
So after the beautiful shot from last time, it’s all downhill from here (literally, we started heading back down. I know, I know, I’m so funny).
As I mentioned in the last part of these posts, the sun had started to set so basically the sky was doing beautiful things like this while we walked down.
And then that quickly turned into this…
I decided to do a slideshow because I couldn’t for the life of me decide which sunset pictures I liked best. Let me know which is your favorite. I would be quite interested to know.
And there concludes the Dumyat expedition. It only lasted a few hours and yet I got so many pictures and memories from it. Go do something in nature.
Also sorry that this post is late. It’s been rough. I can’t guarantee that there will two posts every week for the rest of the year. I’ve been slacking on my reading.
This isn’t really a full post but mostly I want to talk about this picture.
The Smell of Other Peoples Houses by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock
This is a teen book following the lives of a group of teenagers in Alaska mostly set in the 70s. It follows them throughout roughly a year as they struggle with what life throws at them.
This is a very short book and I read it all in one sitting but it is a rather powerful book.
Although this is technically a teen book I don’t think it is just for a teen audience. It deals with deep and complex issues of belonging and family as well as just describing what it is like to be part of a poor community where violence is prominent Continue reading “(60)The Smell of Other People’s Houses // Bookish Blurb”