I Couldn’t Have Said It Better Myself! – Becoming by Michelle Obama

Becoming, by Michelle Obama, deserves a post dedicated to profound quotations.  Maybe several posts.  This is gonna get long.  (Worth it.) I’m going to add some thoughts, if I have them, after the quotations.  My thoughts will be the text … not in quotation marks.  Oh, what the heck!  I’ll put them in italics too,… Continue reading I Couldn’t Have Said It Better Myself! – Becoming by Michelle Obama

Random Questions – Post #2

If you’re new to our “weird/random/oversharing” corner of the Internet, or if you need a refresher, check out Random Questions – Post #1.  For the veterans, welcome home.  Make yourself comfortable!  Random Question #2: How do you address reading a series, especially one that went through “fanatical hype” before you picked it up?  Say, a… Continue reading Random Questions – Post #2

Help me! (Poll)

As expected, my review of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare is getting insanely long! It's currently around 1,200 words, & I still have to discuss the Histories, Tragedies, & Poems. So, do you think I should break it up into more manageable (but still probably long) posts, or give you dear readers one MEGA-REVIEW?… Continue reading Help me! (Poll)

BOOK REVIEW: Delavier’s Stretching Anatomy by Frédéric Delavier, Jean-Pierre Clémenceau, & Michael Gundill

After taking over two years to finish reading The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (I checked Goodreads – it took me from September 21, 2016 to June 1, 2018), my brain needed a break. Luckily, a dear friend bought me Delavier’s Stretching Anatomy & Delavier's Women's Strength Training Anatomy Workouts for my birthday this year.… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Delavier’s Stretching Anatomy by Frédéric Delavier, Jean-Pierre Clémenceau, & Michael Gundill