Book club: The Paris Wife

Recently, I finished the NYT Bestselling book by Paula McLain, “The Paris Wife.” “Sometimes I wish we could rub out all of our mistakes and start fresh, from the beginning,’ I said. ‘And sometimes I think there isn’t anything to us but our mistakes.” Needless to say, it was pretty phenomenal. But the purpose of […]

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This just grabbed me. Via Buzzfeed: A journalist rescued a woman injured in a shoot-out between armed men and the police.This is why journalism matters. Not to be an extra hand in rescue, obviously. But to tell what happened, the stories and lives of other people outside of ourselves. These pictures are stunningly terrifying, sure, […]

A Two, round one.

“I’m not going to write a post with the word “new” in the title. That’s dumb and uncreative.” …Which, granted, I held to that. Yet, that’s seriously the only word to describe the past few days. Two days ago, I moved to Ann Arbor: home to the great University of Michigan and the place where […]