writing about good books, cozy living, and how they shape an ordinary faith
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By trade, I am a Speech-Language Pathologist employed part-time in a public school system in Mississippi. I am married, having just celebrated six years. My husband and I alternate between embracing our inner homebodies and yearning for adventures. We started off on the adventurous foot, honeymooning in London and have scarcely slowed down since. In contrast, home has remained the same for these past six years and looks to remain the same for many more. We don’t have children (yet), but I am proud big sister to three siblings far younger than myself. You’ll likely hear of them!
According to the MBTI, I am an INFJ with an introversion level of 75-95%. According to the Eneagram, I’m a 4w5 who happens to hate all things melancholy. According to Pottermore, I’m a Hufflepuff.
In my free time, you’ll likely find me with a cup of tea in one hand and a book in the other. I’m most partial to fantasy fiction and English period dramas. I don’t watch a lot of TV or movies, but when I do, it’s the same categories. Tolkien and Lewis have most of my literary heart. My home is the most English-cottage reminiscent abode I could find in Central Mississippi. I love to go for long walks and wring out at the end of the day with Yoga with Adriene. If you ask me where I want to eat, I’m going to tell you Mexican food or a pub. And if you could fly me some Ben’s Cookies, I’ll love you forever.
Spoiler Alert: This post discusses the end of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. At the end of the film Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Dumbledore is killed by Snape. At the time, you believe that Snape is in the service of Lord Voldemort and that this...read more
July 9: Each and every time I do one of these experiments, one of the very first things I notice is how much happier I am. That's not to say I haven't missed some things. I've found myself wondering what some of my favorite Instagrammers are doing, but that's led me...read more
I began reading The Way of Kings several months ago (shortly into the coronavirus quarantine) after having first read the Mistborn Trilogy. My initial impressions were that it reminded me of the Mistborn books in that it takes a bit to get into, but once you do,...read more
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