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Louisa May Alcott – A Song from the Suds

0 Comments September 21, 2017

A Song from the Suds By Louisa May Alcott (1832–1888) From Little Women QUEEN of my tub, I merrily sing, While the white foam rises high; And sturdily wash, and rinse, and wring, And fasten the clothes to dry; Then out in the free fresh air they swing, Under the sunny sky. I wish we […]

Getting a case of the Mondays- delivered

0 Comments April 8, 2015

One of the most common-sense ideas for saving money is this: make your own meals and take them with you. Restaurants, coffee shops, and vending machines all charge a hefty markup on food, for both the service and the convenience. These temptations are plentiful around my office, but oddly, it’s not my appetite that leads […]

Give me a ring sometime

0 Comments March 14, 2012

I haven’t seen my spinner ring in quite a while. I wonder where it is. It was a silver ring with a band in the center that had a kind of antique-y looking braid carved in relief on it. It was from back when Kohl’s sold sterling silver that was actually quite decent for less […]

On writing

0 Comments December 28, 2009

Hey kids, I’m writing again. Really writing. Funny how a little anxiety and sadness send me scurrying back to hide under notebooks. Well, not really funny. Or surprising. Anyway, most of what I’m working on you can’t read just yet (still in research stages of… a screenplay!) or will never want to (thesis). Aside: Why […]

Oh What a World

0 Comments November 18, 2009

An art project made of found audio and video, for my “Works on Paper” class. Oh What a World that Ends

Arthur Hugh Clough, Say Not the Struggle

0 Comments September 10, 2009

Arthur Hugh Clough (1819-1861) Say not the struggle naught availeth, The labour and the wounds are vain, The enemy faints not, nor faileth, And as things have been, things remain. If hopes were dupes, fears may be liars; It may be, in yon smoke concealed, Your comrades chase e’en now the fliers, And, but for […]

Brainstorming Reloaded | PsyBlog

0 Comments August 18, 2009

Brainstorming Reloaded | PsyBlog.

Translator’s Notes to “Invisible Cities” by Italo Calvino, excerpts of which I translated into Russian.

0 Comments May 27, 2009

  (This was a class project, but I thought I’d share.) Translator’s notes It is often said that every translation is an interpretation.What is more, I often find that attempting translation leads me to better interpretation, and vice versa. The mind, when not in translation mode, has a tendency to skim over less-understood words, phrases, […]