Today was a Renaissance Day. We studied Giotto, listened to music, and read The Shakespeare Stealer. I entered my equivalent of a tavern–a local coffee shop–with my twenty-first century quill and parchment–my laptop–and revelled in my bardic life.
The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton: This book is part mystery, part saga, part romance, part fairy tale, and all-in-all an unforgettable story. 5 stars Ten Poems to Change Your Life by Roger Housden: The ten poem selections are excellent. But, I felt the poems spoke for themselves and found Housden’s […]
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From Joan C. Webb’s It’s a Wonderful Imperfect Life “Procrastination lurks as a clandestine form of perfectionism.” “Consider doing the hard thing first each morning–or, as an option, right after lunch.”
I listen to children recite Sonnet 18 and Sonnet 116, and I wonder if Shakespeare envisioned his poetry would be as the one he compared to an unfading eternal summer and the “ever-fixed mark” we still love.
Each section of my book, While Bethlehem Sleeps, begins with an acrostic poem highlighting an Advent theme. Join this week’s discussion on Hope.
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