Review: The Queen’s Gambit

The Queen’s Gambit is a Netflix miniseries that tells a deep story woven with chess and substance abuse. I’ll try not to give everything away, but I do describe some scenes. I love chess. It’s an intelligent, romantic game at which I have no skill. I think my dad taught me to play when IContinue reading “Review: The Queen’s Gambit”

Happy Hallotober! I want to thank Linz from from the bottom of my heart for tagging me in this fun blog post about everything Halloween. I dedicated an entire blog post to Lindsey’s website and you can read that by clicking the link. In this post, I will answer some questions given to me byContinue reading “Happy Hallotober!”

Musicals, Reviewed

****Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are ‘affiliate links’. This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, I will receive an affiliate commission. I went on a bender watching musicals last week. There is no end in sight. In fact, the more musicals I watch, the more musicals IContinue reading “Musicals, Reviewed”

Words on Paper: A Love Story

Does anyone write on paper anymore? That beautiful substance we began making around 200AD by creating pulp from plant fibers and drying it in sheets? Humans have been putting pen to paper for over a thousand years to document events, stories and processes. Today, we try to use paper as little as possible to preserveContinue reading “Words on Paper: A Love Story”

How Are Your Kids Doing With School During COVID-19?   As a mother of three children and a student myself, I find myself in a questionable situation during the coronavirus outbreak. Homeschooling. I have two teenage boys and I have struggled with them to complete homework assignments for years. I have taken away privileges and given consequences with substandard results. They have madeContinue reading “How Are Your Kids Doing With School During COVID-19?”