Note: The following post relates to the project requirements for my Foundations in Creativity class. Originally posted to the creativity blog on November 10, 2015. Three days pass. Alas, poetry is not working. There is output, nine poems altogether, but I am ill at ease with it. Following, is one of the poems I wrote. Our … More Poetry Is a Nope
The 2005 version of Pride and Prejudice is available on NetFlix and I’ve been watching it, a lot. Sure, I like Jane Austen enough, along with most early 19th Century what-have-you, but this movie in particular is one I just seem to return to again and again, and again. The obvious reason is that the … More The Allure of Longbourne
And it was fun and easy! I don’t want to duplicate too much about the technique since I already wrote about the project on Row House – https://urbanrowhouse.wordpress.com/ Instead, emotionally, we are beyond happy with how the wall came out. I knew in the end, we were going to be kicking ourselves for taking so long … More We Repointed Our Wall!
After much thought, we decided we should stay home for Thanksgiving. We normally travel to Connecticut and New York to visit family but this year, with a grad school project lurking, I thought I should stay home and get the work done. Although I missed visiting family and friends, we did make the most of … More A Very Quiet Thanksgiving
Sometimes you have to cancel plans, which make you very unhappy. Sometimes something happens that makes you very glad you were home. This morning we were getting breakfast ready when Frank heard dripping. Uh oh… We opened the curtain behind our kitchen sink to check on the kitchen skylight because it needs to be replaced … More How to Fix a Leaky Pipe That You Don’t Really Need Water to Go Through Anyway