Denver, Colorado looked like a swamp of smog when I flew one week ago. I’d planned the trip over a month in advance, to join my dad and uncle in Denver and explore the place they used to live and spoke of as their fondest memories.
I started reading The Swerve by Stephen Greenblatt last week and finished it within four days. It gave a fresh new perspective on how academic writers can still maintain a level of creativity in their work without succumbing to the nebulous of constrictions to field of presenting research. The novel uses a narrative that is
Ireland is a little gem of a country situated just to the West of the UK. The popular image of Ireland is that it has green countryside, friendly people, and a limitless supply of Guinness running 24/7 in every establishment. We’re glad to say that in this case the stereotype is true. Coming into Ireland
I’m leaving for London in 7 days and very excited about it. I’ve already planned which tours I’m going to go on: Stratford upon Avon, Brighton, Stonehenge, and I plan on taking a trip to Oxford. There is also the conference on March 4th that I will be presenting a paper at and the tour