Summer is starting to look slightly more normal now as patios and even dine-in services are being offered at restaurants. I’ve never been one for patios (nothing beats air conditioning during a hot Toronto summer!), but I feel much more comfortable and safe eating outdoors rather than cooped up inside, breathing the same air as everyone around me.Read More »
Several weeks ago, movements for Black lives and racial justice swept through our social media networks. While many people proclaimed solidarity with Black communities and denounced the overpolicing of Black bodies, the uproar seems to have died down a bit recently as other stories have hit the news cycle. Though people may not be as active and vocal online as they once were, I am hopeful that (offline and in the real world) people are still continuing to do the antiracism work that is necessary for racial equity in our communities.Read More »
Once or twice a week, I begrudgingly pull on a pair of shorts and a ratty old t-shirt, grab my phone and earbuds, and head out for a run with some friends.Read More »
Throughout the past few months of this pandemic, most everyone has become extremely acquainted with what exists between the four walls of their homes. I am so thankful for my little house that I share with Dangerous Dan! It has been the perfect space to transition to distance learning, to rediscover what it means to rest in God’s presence, and to wait out this global pandemic.
If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you’ll know that I love reading nonfiction books. I usually read memoirs, but I’ve been trying to branch out into straight-up history books. I find that it more interesting to learn about a historical event through an individual’s perspective and personal story, but sometimes I just want to get the facts in a more neutral tone of voice.
I’d like to share some history books that I’ve read recently that were written by and about women. Read More »
I’m turning into a fashion blogger … What is quarantine doing to me?!?!?Read More »
Another blog post, another warning! This post is all about that womanly time of the month, so if blood grosses you out, then please move right along! Also, I may share too much private information in this post.Read More »
Beware – here comes a very teacher-y post! The school year isn’t over yet but here are a couple of my reflections on how emergency teaching and learning are going so far.
I’ve been reading a lot while in self-isolation so it’s time for another fiction/nonfiction book pairing! These two books go together by theme, but are also directed towards the same level of reader: middle-aged kids! (Whatever that means.)Read More »