Stayed up late last night reading “Seventy Two Letters” by Ted Chiang. It was a longish short story, but it was so rich in so
Where I live, it seems that there are suddenly TVs in every public space. Bars, which we’re all used to. Cafés–disturbingly, as I used to
The latest Texas Textbook Controversy has had me thinking a lot about education. I say the “latest,” because there’s always a Texas Textbook Controversy. Texas,
The New Rabbit is home. Had decided to call her Christabel, for Christabel Pankhurst (also matches Clarabel). Was informed, however, upon picking her up from
When I was growing up, our house was a chaos of kids and pets. Dogs, cats, fish, hamsters, gerbils, rats, mice, snakes…Almost a pony once.
I started making handbags several years ago, after my favorite bag bit the dust. I thought, probably as everyone does from time to time, I