From the "pop-culture" category:
It helps, I\’ll claim hereafter, that when she quizzed me with “Which is your favourite princess, daddy?” that I promptly responded by telling her it was Princess Leah.read the full post ⇒
One iteration that secured a steady foothold in the hearts of many youth of my era was the cartoon series linked inexorably to a robotically-animated plush bear with a cassette player in his back: Teddy Ruxpin.read the full post ⇒
My summer reading list has strayed into a complex mess of non-fiction and fiction, leaning towards the light an airy topics of post-dystopian futures, the dire impacts of popular culture, and the intoxicating effects of power, priveledge, and drinks. Well, not exactly light reading…read the full post ⇒
This is yet another humble addition to my (fairly new) series of two line reviews of books where, in a very brief two sentences, I not only let you know what I’ve been reading, but what I’ve thought of it.
This edition is, …
Last summer we bought Claire a two-wheel bike, but we left the training wheels on and let her pedal gleefully around the local park path without learning much more in the way of cycling skills than any three-year-old might be expected to know about such matters.read the full post ⇒