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Julie N.

“Endlessly Forking Paths”

  4 3 2 1 is best described with the narrator's words used to categorize a novel within the plot--"a parable about human destiny and the endlessly forking paths a person must confront as he walks through life."  That person in this epic novel... Continue Reading →

Post-Easter Poetry

We have weathered Holy Week and Easter Sunday, which is not the easiest for some of us journeying men and women.  Personally, this week is also the end of the semester when I get to give and grades final tests,... Continue Reading →

Recommended Reading and Hacks for Bibliophiles

One of my favorite things to do is to lend books to people and then pester them about those books. I once went to hear Christopher Moore* speak about his latest release, and I happened to see a German colleague... Continue Reading →

To-Do Lists

How I became part of The Way Station can be connected to my lists. My To-Do lists are slightly ridiculous.  There are things on these lists such as "Start a Yoga Practice," “Learn Latin” and “Plan Entire Summer,” as well... Continue Reading →

Boys.

The end of the song...that is where it's at.  By "it" I meant the punch to the gut, for me.  I like Bazan's music a great deal, but I don't LOVE it all of the time.  Sometimes, there is a... Continue Reading →

How to be Happy

Like any good American suburban mother, I am in a book club.  Thankfully, unlike many I have been a part of in the past which were simply not-so-subtle excuses to get a gaggle of women together to drink wine on a... Continue Reading →

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