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Quiet weekends are good for the soul.

It’s good for the soul to have a weekend where there is nothing planned. It’s good for the soul to look at the calendar and see that every night of the weekend is free, and then to see that it … Continue reading

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Beauty in the midst.

It has been a crazy past couple of weeks. Studying for and taking my exams, editing and turning in my thesis, preparing for my defense (which happened yesterday!), and all the regular every day business of life. To top it … Continue reading

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Scenes from Several Sunsets

“Tout crépuscule est double, aurore et soir. Cette formidable chrysalide qu’on appelle l’univers tressaille éternellement de sentir à la fois agoniser la chenille et s’éveiller le papillon.”  “Every sunset is twofold, dawn and dusk. This formidable chrysalis that we call … Continue reading

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Midwest Midsummer

In general, I am kind of a snob that thinks the South (and yes, Kentucky is totally part of it) is superior to the rest of our fine country. But I have a confession: I kind of sort of love … Continue reading

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“Le coucher du soleil romantique”

Fair is the sun when first he flames above, Flinging his joy down in a happy beam; And happy he who can salute with love The sunset far more glorious than a dream. Flower, stream, and furrow! — I have … Continue reading

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In the evening

“In the evening we shall be examined on love.” -St. John of the Cross  And it won’t be multiple choice, Though some of us would prefer it that way. Neither will it be essay, which tempts us to run on … Continue reading

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In a Sunset

There is no other way to end a series of Paris posts than with another sunset. And in this sunset there are twilights that lasted for hours, picnics along the Seine, and dinners where no one wanted to ever leave … Continue reading

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