My addition to our semi-regular series that grants you insights into the minds of our writers (they’re just like us!):
Quick! Here’s a few speedy stories to help you get to know me.
A little (too much) about me, based on Karishma’s awesome post.
Here at Persephone, we know what the reader wants. Everyone wants more embarrassing and funny facts about the writers. At least, that’s what I want to know! Thanks to Karishma for starting a trend.
Two years ago, I was in a grad class about families as educators, something I may have mentioned before. A significant part of the class dealt with memory and how memories shape us. As a thought experiment, I picked out specific memories that provide insight into my personality.
It’s cherry season in my part of the world, which means, much like rhubarb season, that it’s time to make lots of delicious pie. It’s also about that time when the novelty of summer wears off, and the prospect of many long, hot, humid days ahead is enough to make you want to hide in […]
A few years back, while visiting my brother-in-law’s family in Morocco, I found myself atop a large waterfall. Azilal Falls to be more precise, the biggest in the country. One of his brothers who I didn’t know very well, but was trying desperately to impress (the man looked like a young Arab George Clooney), asked […]
So, you know how sometimes dogs can sniff out cancer? Or how your cat will come sit by you when you’re feeling sad? I think it’s scientifically proven, although I am too lazy to look it up, that animals sense your emotions. If it’s not scientific there are plenty of anecdotes, and that’s good enough […]