Today’s entry on IMCPL’S Teen Scene blog is a book/film review I did on Wendelin van Draanen’s Flipped. I’ve posted it here, or you can find the original review here. In general, the movie never seems to be as good as the book. Especially when we as the readers are attached to a particular book, [...]
Archive for November, 2010
Thanks by W. S. Merwin Listen with the night falling we are saying thank you we are stopping on the bridges to bow from the railings we are running out of the glass rooms with our mouths full of food to look at the sky and say thank you we are standing by the water [...]
Interesting interchange on the concept of tolerance via joel & friends: check it out on his facebook note entitled Reflections. I particularly like this quote by our friend john: “An amount of agnosticism is healthy. We can at least agree on our finite understanding, and that’s quite a broad field of agreement.” (Well said).
I couldn’t figure out why that single comment stung for nearly the entire day. I of course have received constructive criticism before and even taken it to heart. But this time, the wound felt deep. These words seemed to conjure their own salt to add in, causing the layered hurt to fester and last. Then, [...]
ahh, much better.
We looked and we saw him Step in on the mat. We looked and we saw him, The Cat in the Hat. “I know it is wet, And the sun is not sunny. But we can have Lots of good fun that is funny.” Then, sure enough, the sun did turn sunny, But the day [...]
Yep! Lifeislovleigh.com was chosen for a spot in the light under my dear friend Emily’s “blog of the week” feature! It was so fun to do a little “e-interview” with her and see my own blog from another blog’s angle. Thanks, Em! You can read the post here on her blog, Embracing Liberties.
So my momma came to visit for an extended weekend, and the phrase “needless to say” is perhaps appropriate when it comes to mentioning the Gilmore Girl-esque connection that continues to exist between us, minus the whole having me at sixteen thing (she was about twice that), and we don’t always talk as unrealistically fast [...]
(experimenting with examples for digital scrapbooking activities for work, inspired by my latest facebook status : )