I truly enjoyed not being student in 2019, perhaps more than I can put into words. I read a ton of Sci-Fi and Fantasy. Also literary nonfiction. And, uh, literary nonfiction. I love everything and I love being done with school!This year I delved back into the Classics--some rereads and some for the first time.… Continue reading What I Read in 2019
... In one week! Cape May, NJ: Albany, NY for a gorgeous wedding. Congratulations Caitlin & Brian!
I feel lucky to live where I do, and try to take advantage of as much going on in my community as I can. The Collingwood Book Festival is INCREDIBLE, get to it every year if you can. A group in my neighborhood called Booze & Haiku meets to write suburban angst haiku! The Rosenbach… Continue reading Literary/Community
I feel like my friendships are particularly strong and healthy right now, and this fills me with gratitude. I am also loving active time together, exploring outside. Here are a few different day trips I can recommend: Sunrise Mountain, Branchville NJ: Finns Point Lighthouse, Supwana Meadows and Auburn Road Winery. (Represent Salem County, NJ!) More… Continue reading Daytrips and Adventures
Pictures from five different NJ State Parks in summer 2019
These days my life is almost painfully quaint. It crept up on me. I'm trying to pay attention.
I love to take pictures when I can think of it, but I am particularly bad at getting shots of people's faces. Asking for a photo of people pauses conversation and makes us pose instead of acting naturally. I do not like getting my picture taken so I don't want to make anyone else uncomfortable… Continue reading People. Have faces?