Monthly Archives: April 2018

How Twigs Get Bent: Scholastic Endeavors

I’ve talked before about the somewhat unusual circumstances of my elementary school years. I had free run of the school library, the local public branch, and my dad’s collection of books from about first grade on. I also read the … Continue reading

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Easter, 2018

When I was a kid, Christmas was my favorite holiday. I suspect that’s pretty typical in American culture, and I was no exception. I liked Easter too, of course, but it wasn’t hyped the same way, and (if I’m going … Continue reading

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