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Currently catching up on my reading…
It’s always a goal/motivation of mine to read a book a week regardless how hectic.
So far I am killing it! I just started a new job (yay) and due to lots of breaks between training I completed 4 books so far in the past week and a half.
Sarah’s Key byTatiana de Rosnay
Sutton by J.R. Moehringer
After Dark and Pinball 1973 by Haruki Murakami
Total Murakami fan here; currently reading Dance, Dance, Dance.
Thank goodness for books and beer calming my itchy nerves down from running around town.
I’ve missed climbing. It’s been two years almost and now that I am again, I am definitely paying for the hiatus. Everything is burning. Can’t wait to check out all the new walls. Can’t wait for Vancouver to be dryer.
There is an assumption in the world that an essay is something literary you write for school about a topic that no one but your teacher will ever care about. At first glance, the dictionary does nothing to allay that sense. The very first definition is of “a short literary composition on a particular theme or subject, usually in prose and generally analytic, speculative, or interpretative.”
The reality, if any of you have read a blog recently, is that essays can be much more than that. They can be anything really. And here, the dictionary comes to our aid. The second definition of an essay is “anything resembling such a composition.” So really, essays are written compositions about anything.
Unfortunately, they can also be annoying, tedious and obnoxious. Whether it’s a high school essay, a college research paper or even…
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