Tag Archives: Resistance

Monthly Key Word Reading Challenge Update (June 2018)


June’s words were: bell, bird, bride, live, none, river, some, town, when I went on a family vacation for half of June, which gave me lots of extra time to read – on planes, in airports, in four different unfamiliar … Continue reading

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Monthly Key Word Reading Challenge Update (March 2018)


Here are the March keywords in the Monthly Key Word Challenge: green, luck, great, shout, hope, wrong, rope, carry, into I should preface my March reading update with noting two things related to my reading that happened during the month. … Continue reading

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Monthly Key Word Reading Challenge Update (February 2018)


February’s words were: pink, snow, heart, arrow, point, right, holiday, walk, and Novels: Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood (also The Year of the Flood and MaddAddam) Non-fiction: Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond Short … Continue reading

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Monthly Key Word Reading Challenge Update (January 2018)


As I posted at the end of 2017, this year I am trying out the Monthly Key Word Challenge hosted by My Reader’s Block in which I try to read books with certain words in the title each month. Since … Continue reading

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Psyche and Soma at Takoma


I have lived near the Takoma Metro for a decade, so there is not much about the area that surprises me. It doesn’t surprise me anytime a new Little Free Library, or a new place to get vegan cheesecake, or … Continue reading

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The Promised Follow-Up Post


I recently wrote about the now-notorious seven “banned” terms at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reportedly handed down by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). After asking, “Is this real life?”, I stated, “I’ll stay … Continue reading

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The Sencer Museum Has Been Censored


Did you know that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a museum? It’s located in Atlanta, it’s called the David J. Sencer CDC Museum, and admission is free. This weekend I decided to spend some time exploring … Continue reading

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