When I accepted my position with Harlaxton over a year ago, one of my friends skipped the congratulations and immediately said he was coming to see me while I worked here. A couple of months later, two more from the same friend group said they were following suit. At the time, I really didn’t believe… Read More Four Hands
Today, high school is different than it was when you were there in countless ways, but there is one thing that is exactly the same: high school ballgames.… Read More Rules for Attending a Ballgame in High School
Inspired by sitting in a local coffee shop and by Timothy Arthur’s “Ten Nights in a Bar and What I saw There,” this is a post for all my fellow coffee shop frequenters.… Read More A Day in a Coffee Shop and What I Saw There
I’m a sucker for card tricks. You know that face kids make when they’re awestricken with amazement? Eyes wide. Brows up. Mouth gracing the floor. Yeah, that’s my face when I witness a good card trick. I’ve got a few great tricks up my sleeve (see what I did there) but I am not a… Read More Is This Your Card? No? Well, This is Awkward.
As just about everyone knows, today is Ash Wednesday, which marks the first day of Lent and the upcoming Easter holiday. People everywhere are giving up luxuries for the next forty days: from meat to Twitter and from gossiping to cigarettes. I’ve never really participated in Lent, because I’ve always thought of it as more… Read More 40 Days and 40 Nights