A Summary and Analysis of The Hobbit – Interesting Literature

The Hobbit is one of the biggest-selling books of all time. An estimated 100 million people have read Tolkien’s classic children’s novel since it was first published in 1937. The story of its origi… Source: A Summary and Analysis of J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit – Interesting Literature

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Vetting Sources

So first in the line of my new series I mentioned previously, I thought it would be a good idea to put a small piece together first about general vetting procedures, processes, and just how I over-archingly handle information. Because, outside of specific books, articles, and online stuff, there are some good general rules of […]

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New Series forthcoming!

I once again apologize for the lack of consistent posting. This last month I’ve been trying to figure out what I wanted to do and what I wanted to post. It’s been a rough ride over 1 year into quarantine/work from home for me. The sameness has been rather draining, so I was struggling to […]

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Welsh Cakes – Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus

Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus or should I say Happy St David’s Day! These Welsh cakes are so yummy and easy to make, my daughter and I have really enjoyed making these for our pudding this evening! Source: Welsh Cakes – Charlotte Easy Veganise This looks delicious and I love new recipes. Also! Great way to […]

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Review: Witchcraft and Medicine in Pre-Petrine Russia

I finally got around to reading this article, here on JSTOR, now. It’s really short, just about 10 pages long, and about 1/3-1/2 of that is footnotes. It’s a bit older (1970s), nothing too amazing in terms of information, at least not as where I am in research. The main reason I like this article […]

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Hiatus

I apologize for the lack of posts over the last month. I had been doing really well, all things considered, with quarantine. However, about 3ish weeks ago, I kind of hit the wall so to say. It just kind of hit me all at once the quarantine, social isolation, and just generally being overwhelmed. My […]

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Made in the Czech Republic – Modrotisk

Some examples of the print patterns you can find on modrotisk. These are from the Danzinger workshop in Olešnice. A Rhapsody in Blue As with all countries, the Czech Republic offers a wealth of tra… Source: Made in the Czech Republic – Modrotisk – Beyond Prague These fabrics look amazing. I wish I had known […]

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2021 – Second Verse, Same as the First

Well, this year did not start out how I was thinking it would. I had plans to start off the year all happy, optimistic and joyful. Like, 2021 is a brand new year, it won’t be like 2020…. But then, well, within the first few days, the whole thing went straight to hell. So yeah, […]

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