When I launched this website in the Fall of 2005, I thought I was preparing the way for an online bookstore. I’d acquired hundreds of books and was entering their data into a database for the purpose of selling online. The feast was originally a feast of knowledge, as made apparent by my bookstore’s selection of great works.[Read more…] about Feasting Imagery Is Our New Theme, Aaaand Also Our Old Theme
Have you ever told yourself it’s better to hold off than to commit too soon to the wrong path? And has that waiting period ever turned into months or even years of nothing?
I feel you.[Read more…] about The Risk of Not Committing vs The Cost of The Wrong Choice
I personally am not a fan of new Years Resolutions. I like making an effort to better myself in the new year, but the whole making lofty goals and having a deadline for making said goals just bothers me. Maybe it is because I’m still under the delusion that I’m a non-conformist, but I just don’t get the draw.[Read more…] about New Year’s Resolutions: An Arbitrary Time for Change
As someone who loves shopping and going to the mall, you would never take me as the person to say that I would much rather do my Christmas shopping in small-town Ontario.[Read more…] about Avoiding the Big-Box Shopping this Christmas
We’ve all been there – that REALLY lonely stage in life. You just broke up with your significant other, and now what? It’s too early to start serious dating again, but not too soon to mingle.
Okay, I admit it: I found myself lost amid the myriad faces of online dating, but often times I stopped myself from doing anything else but looking. There were countless moments where I would be searching for hours only to step outside of my body, slap the back of my head, and say, “What the hell are you doing?!”[Read more…] about Online Dating Versus Twitter
One afternoon, when my husband and I were watching my son’s soccer game, a woman I had never met before was eager to share with me something she had just discovered.
“I tell you what. I never knew happiness until I learned to submit to my husband.” At first, I tried to politely ignore her and act like I was really into the game, even during those times when my son was sitting on the bench drinking water. But she persisted.[Read more…] about To Have, To Hold, and To Submit?