“What We Stay Alive for”: Why We Need Art to be Fully Human

Well, it looks as if every other Monday is going to be the new posting schedule from here on out. I do realize that I did not post last week, and it was quite difficult to just let that sit. But, I am in my senior year of university and only a few months away … Continue reading “What We Stay Alive for”: Why We Need Art to be Fully Human

A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever: J.S. Bach’s Mass in B Minor

Welp. Hello, my beautiful friends. I send my most heartfelt apologies as I know I was unable to post this past week. I almost wasn't able to post this morning either! Today marks day one of the final week of summer term, which brings with it exams, essays, and portfolio compilations. I have been swimming … Continue reading A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever: J.S. Bach’s Mass in B Minor

My Return to Civilization and Blogger-dom (feat. Andrew Scott gifs)

Well, hello there, my lovely friends! I have returned to the interwebz! It's been too long since I used the intimidating graphics interchange format (.gif) images of my precious, psychopathic boi. 🙂 I sure missed writing for you all, but this month flew by so rapidly, and I needed the time off. Thank you all … Continue reading My Return to Civilization and Blogger-dom (feat. Andrew Scott gifs)

Ankündigung! (Announcement): July 2020 Blog Hiatus

Good morning, beautiful friends! How are we all today? I have been doing some reevaluting and reconstructing this week, and it's been absolutely lovely. 2020 has been a year, hasn't it? Goodness, I am coming to the conclusion that no one who lives through 2020 will ever forget it for as long as they live. … Continue reading Ankündigung! (Announcement): July 2020 Blog Hiatus

In Extremis: Doctor Who’s Missy and the Art of Virtue

Doctor Who series ten spoilers incoming... Last Monday morning was tough enough to begin with, but coupled with the fact that the previous night had seen me put myself through the Doctor Who series ten finale "The Doctor Falls," I could not help feeling oddly grief-stricken at the loss of one of my absolute favorite … Continue reading In Extremis: Doctor Who’s Missy and the Art of Virtue

In Which Ioan and I Nerd Out Over Classical Music and Beethoven (a vlog)

Classical music is something you all know by now that I just love. I have been playing piano for twelve years now (since I was six), and each year I fall more and more in love with the myriad of classical composers, challenging pieces, and compositions written by 200-500-year-old dead men. It's a very nerdy … Continue reading In Which Ioan and I Nerd Out Over Classical Music and Beethoven (a vlog)

Decompression Week: Trying to Eliminate “Hurry”

Good morning, lovely friends. I don't, as you can probably tell, have a long blog post planned for us this Monday. Until Friday, as a matter of fact, I'm taking a hiatus from all kind of technological matter. I'm not texting, I'm not Snapping, I'm not (this one was the worst) browsing on YouTube for … Continue reading Decompression Week: Trying to Eliminate “Hurry”

Christianity’s Misconceiving of St. Thomas and the Questioner

"Unless I see in his hands the mark of the nails, and place my finger into the mark of the nails, and place my hand into his side, I will never believe." Eight days later, his disciples were inside again, and Thomas was with them. Although the doors were locked, Jesus came and stood among … Continue reading Christianity’s Misconceiving of St. Thomas and the Questioner

In Praise of Bram Stoker’s Dracula

What's going on, friends? *exhales* I'm finally doing it! I've been wanting to write about Dracula ever since I finished reading it at the end of last year. The story captivated me, and I have been dying to share it with you all. It caught me by surprise and was so much more than I could ever … Continue reading In Praise of Bram Stoker’s Dracula