The Ducks in the River | Sunday Morning Thoughts

Three ducks have made themselves quite comfortable in the small river behind my apartment. Every morning for the past few weeks I have seen them sitting on the rocks that are not totally submerged. Often I only see two staying dry above the surface of the water; the third is always floating nearby or is … Continue reading The Ducks in the River | Sunday Morning Thoughts

This Sunday Morning | Sunday Morning Thoughts

The sun has set, I'm considering whether or not to cook dinner or just snack until bedtime, and most importantly, I'm feeling refreshed after what has been one of the lowest, most mediocre, and unproductive weeks of my life. This Sunday morning - after my coffee, of course - I wasted no time in getting … Continue reading This Sunday Morning | Sunday Morning Thoughts

Evolution of My Love for Poetry | Sunday Morning Thoughts

It is currently 10:00 in the morning on Sunday, January 26th, and I have a long to-do list in front of me, which, on top of other tasks, includes everything I want to get done for the blog today. But I just don't feel like doing those things just yet. Instead, I'm going to drink … Continue reading Evolution of My Love for Poetry | Sunday Morning Thoughts

My Quick Affairs with Productivity Apps

In the ever-growing technological environment of our world, or rather, my corner of the world, I have been mostly welcoming when it comes to new advances and programs that are designed to make our lives easier. I mean this in terms of organization and planning, and not in terms of being able to keep tabs on someone at all … Continue reading My Quick Affairs with Productivity Apps

Sunday Morning Thoughts: A Most Heinous Act

For too short a time - a little less than one full semester - I worked at the most beautiful library in Maine. Actually, it's the largest research library in the state, and is always a place I return to when I visit my alma mater. I worked in the reference section; some may know … Continue reading Sunday Morning Thoughts: A Most Heinous Act