I recorded today a reading of a favourite poem of mine: Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll. You’ll recognise the poem from Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. Poetry allowed, aloud and out loud: There are always differences between voices in tone, emphasis, and expression when a poem, or any text, is read aloud. It is quite an ordinary, unremarkable … Continue reading Poetry Aloud: Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll
Meandering musing; poem below! I’m not a big fan of change. Mostly, because women’s pants don’t often come with pockets and I hate having to carry a bag; it’s inconvenient if you’re not into bags and it’s inconvenient, but slightly less annoying, if you are into bags. With pocketless women’s pants, where are phones and … Continue reading The Chapter Closed
This is from the time I was a stats student. It was a trying period that turned into a fond memory. I was repeating a unit. But this time, we had a new professor. This was a snapshot of the day of the welcome barbeque. ** Sausage Sizzles It was spring and the campus was … Continue reading Sausage Sizzles!
Happy New Year 2019! I wish you happiness and a year where your dreams take you on wild journeys to the skies and beyond-the-skies. I have always found the phrase ‘the sky is the limit’ quite targeted towards non-astronauts and not very inclusive of dreams, hopes, and ambitions that go further than the skies, of which I … Continue reading Dining Out: Dim Sum at Canton Lane in Belmont
November was a busy month filled with late nights on caffeine, a lot of killing my keyboard with Ctrl+S, a good amount of procrastination, intermittent bargain hunting (with Black Friday and Cyber Monday happening), surprises, faces from the past, and a few dining adventures. It was an odd sort of a month characterised by a … Continue reading Friday