Faith is a personal journey. Possibly, the faith journey is the most private and self-forming experience an individual can undergo in their lifetime. We learn who we are, what our community is, what we believe in, and just how far we are willing to go in the name of God. Even if one identifies as … Continue reading Pascal’s Wager: Don’t Knock It Till You Try It
Hey, everyone! This past weekend we visited the 7th annual International Beer, Wine & Food Festival in Red Bank, New Jersey. It was honestly a great time, cheap to get in (only $5!), and located right here in Monmouth County. It was a warm day, so I steadily stuck to some cold Sauvignon Blanc, but … Continue reading Red Bank’s 7th Annual International Beer, Wine & Food Festival
*spoilers included Hey, everyone! It's been a few weeks since I've posted, but I have some great events coming up to write about so stay tuned! Anyone who knows me personally knows that I'm truly a horror geek. Here I am meeting John Carpenter and reading Agatha Christie. I try to see all new horror movies in … Continue reading Movie Review: “A Quiet Place”
In my quest to begin reading regularly again I decided to pick a good old fashioned crowd pleaser. For those of you who do not know, I am a horror fanatic. I love horror films, gothic literature, horror conventions, etc. Here is a pic of me meeting John Carpenter last weekend: I think my obsession with … Continue reading Agatha Christie, Where Have You Been My Whole Life?
International Women's Day seems strange to me. I mean, as a group of people who make up a decent portion of the population, I have issue with celebrating our magnificence on only one day. Women are pretty amazing. We are strong, enduring everything from sexual harassment to negative stereotypes about our driving skills. Every year more and more women are attending … Continue reading Reflections on International Women’s Day: Spending Time With Mama
"Poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquility." - William Wordsworth What do we imagine when we think of poets or poetry? I think immediately our minds wander to images of coffee shops in the city. You know, the ones filled with people dressed in black … Continue reading Does the Muse Dwell in Suburbia?
"Water, water every where, nor any drop to drink." Reading has always been a passion of mine. It is so easy to pick up a book and let your mind wander away to some distant world, leaving everything behind. I can't lie, though: I graduated college and my reading habit came to a halt. I … Continue reading Reading After a Drought