Amsterdam

Amsterdam

Whilst in Amsterdam I learned 2 things: 1. a city can be consistently beautiful no matter how far you walk 2. the dutch language would be worth learning I was always curious about the ‘hype’ that encompassed Amsterdam. So often I would see people posting about how beautiful and genuinely wonderful the atmosphere of the [...]

Dorian Gray

Dorian Gray

My reading has come along steadily. Much better than I anticipated. I know I am only 2 months into 2018, but so far I am averaging about 2 books a month. My most recently finished novel is “The Picture of Dorian Gray” by Oscar Wilde. While studying in Ireland I felt it fitting to read [...]

Glendalough

Glendalough

I had many thoughts of magic while walking the Wicklow Mountains. Thoughts of childhood fantasies came fluttering back along the paths and boardwalks. A collaboration of fairy lands, Narnia, Terabithia, etc. I dreamt of and made my own when I was of a younger young. It felt very silent there, even though I was walking [...]

Books 2018

Books 2018

While this is late, it is still valid in my mind nonetheless. This year, 2018, I am going to be reading, amongst other activities as I am studying abroad and turning 21 in May (finally). But books.. On the first of January, I reevaluated my situation of 2017, where I found myself barely reading or [...]

Green Roofs

Green Roofs

As you may have noticed, Rachel has taken over my blog for half of October. I hope the dreams haven’t creeped anyone out too much. I’ve become immune to their strangeness due to the fact that Rachel has been telling me her dreams as long as I can remember. There is a great possibility that [...]

BACKSTORY BEND: Rachel’s Dream Series

BACKSTORY BEND: Rachel’s Dream Series

November 3, 2017 Summertime yet too cool for a swim in the all too familiar Bend, without the company of my sled and with the added company of a younger brother. For those of you unfamiliar with The Bend, it is simply a woodsy area that lies on an oversized berm. The pine trees guard [...]