After my last post over a year ago, schoolwork got very busy. Then I began the ongoing process of trying to find a job so that I could stay in the UK (no luck), and began working on applications for … Continue reading
Hi again, I’m sorry I don’t get around to writing very often. In point of fact, I don’t get around to much of anything other than studying very often. This is probably a habit I should fix, seeing as I’m … Continue reading
Cambridge isn’t all that big a town, but it’s museums are, understandably, really nice. In this post I’ll show you a few pictures of the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, and the Fitzwilliam. Having … Continue reading
Here’s my favorite Easter hymn. I still haven’t found a Youtube video of this with an arrangement that I really like, but this one’s not bad. Halleluja! Christ is risen! Soli Deo Gloria!
In addition to lots of interesting lectures, the Saga conference also provided field trips. I chose to go on the trip to Schleswig, Germany. What’s in Schleswig, you ask? Well, Schleswig is very close to an old Danish fortification called … Continue reading
We all seem a little confused about this phrase, so let’s talk about it. To “wreak havoc” means, more or less, to inflict a lot of damage. Easy enough. But if you’re going to cause a lot of damage, you … Continue reading
For your consideration: “Mythopoeia”, by J.R.R. Tolkien B.