It’s time for women to stop being politely angry. … Continue reading
“And, like all the best quests, in the end, I did it all for a girl: me.” I have review Moran’s books before. Most recently, I read her part biographical part culture critique How to Be a Woman and still think … Continue reading
So last week, due to America’s birthday, an improputu road trip to Vegas and my computer freezing both me and the tech savvy Boy out – there was no Friday post! And so much happened last week I wanted to … Continue reading
This week, during some downtime and after a particularly grueling headache, I turned on Netflix and saw – to my utter delight – Romancing the Stone. For those with mothers from the 1980s who loved romance novels, Kathleen Turner and … Continue reading
On Thursday we went to the Venice Art Crawl and I was inspired.
Art. Let’s be clear: I am not an artist. I dabble, I doodle, I even pretend to know what I am talking about on occasion when in an art gallery.
But I am no artist.
I sometimes think I can be … then go back to my study materials.That being said: I love art. All kinds – performance art, tangible art, spoken word and transient works. I love words – written or drawn or sang, and I love the creativity that people hold when they think about anything – from little things like a day in their own life, to large things, like a revolution.
Art is, for me, the thing that separates us from mere robots: through art, through creative expression and through that whole process of going from idea to expression, we are reinterpreting the world around us, thinking it through in new ways and coming out the other side with something.
There’s good art, bad art; high art, low art; art for a specific purpose and art for no reason at all. But it’s all still art.
This week, I finally put up the new blog header. What do you guys think? I think it appropriately expresses my ideas behind A Legacy of Sugar and Tentacles: Namely, that It’s a sweet, busy life. I am going to … Continue reading
Between studying and maintaining the basics of living (is it me or does the laundry never seem to end?), I have had precious little time to devote to writing, something that makes my heart hurt. I did take a quick … Continue reading
As you might have guessed from my oh-so-clever heading, this post is all about how I am planning to keep my name after marriage. Not only planning it, in fact, but relishing it. Celebrating it, even. One would even say … Continue reading
This weekend will be one of settling into things: my new study schedule, my new baking schedule, etc. Such is the life of one who is constantly moving forward. I started Bar Prep classes at Pepperdine in Malibu this week. … Continue reading
This weekend will be a bit of a whirlwind for me – it will basically consist of getting ready to do the one thing I hate, to get to the one place that’s always in my heart .. You know, … Continue reading