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Sunday was M’s first chess lesson, and he really enjoyed them. Since then, I’ve been letting him do chess puzzles on my phone (hopefully we can transfer to my Nook as soon as I can get the app on it) when he’s out of screen-time. I figure it’s still a…
Update Week 48
Update Week 48
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Well, if you’ve been following my weekly updates, you’ll know that my new baby was diagnosed with hypothyroidism. This was quite a shock at first, but I’m feeling much more sanguine about the situation now that I have talked to the endocrinologist and…
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Summary: Dr Platt, a well-established criminologist, outlines the history and current state of incarceration in the US. He covers topics such as how women and minorities as overly-impacted by the harsh sentences, the overpopulated prisons, and the…
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This last week went well. During the weekend, Aaron and I each spent special time with each kid without the baby around. Aaron took both kids (separately) to an inside amusement park. I took D to get a mani / pedi and bought her this gigantic cake at…
Update: Week 47
Update: Week 47
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Summary: Believe it or not, transhumanism (the alteration of humans using technology in order to improve upon the human in some way), is becoming more and more mainstream. In this well-researched book, journalist Mark O’Connell records his journeys…
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Cute but not very content-filled finger puppet book about a turkey celebrating the fall. Rather silly book about a boy who is always being told “no” because of naughty behavior. But then he’s told he’s loved at the end. Awww. Adorable book about a little…
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In the spirit of the 2019 Year of Shakespeare, I was thinking about why people bother reading plays and screenplays to begin with. Plays are written to be watched, not read. If the actors and director is good, you get more context out of watching a play…
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Well, 2019 has come and I am excited to be hosting The 2019 Year of Shakespeare with Erica at The Broken Spine. We will be covering: January – April Comedies (hosted by me) May – August Histories (hosted by me) September – Dececember Tragedies (hosted by…
2019 Year of Shakespeare
2019 Year of Shakespeare
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Happy New Year 2019
Happy New Year 2019
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