Initially started as a review of Oscar Wilde’s Vera, this introduction-turned-post summarizes my first impressions of Wilde’s work as I discuss The Importance of Being Earnest – my first Wilde read.
A timelapse video – my first! – of my gazania opening.
At the end of the day, all it takes to getting things done is to just do them.
Having “boycotted” reading anything by Oscar Wilde, I have just bought three volumes that contain virtually all of his work – except for The Picture of Dorian Gray and De Profundis – to discover and explore his writing. My curiosity about Wilde and testing my established position about his work had been increasing, and I found the books at a bargain price, which prompted me to get them all, after having watched a documentary that really sparked my interest. To learn why I haven’t been wanting to read Wilde and watch the documentary, check out this post.
A brief presentation of a twelve-step guide to planning a successful and effective campaign strategy.
Another something I made, this is the most belated a gift I’ve made: it was originally meant for Christmas and she only got it yesterday – check out this cute messenger bag I made for my niece. I also link to the tutorial in case you want to try your hands at one.
My review of José Saramago’s Seeing.
My review of Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49.
How a casual offer to help out a friend ended up sort of starting me a new line of freelancing “business” (I still have trouble referring to it as such without the quotation marks).
My review of Michael Chabon’s Wonder Boys
I discovered a new hobby and redecorated my living room; this a post about my new curtains: the first fruit of my sewing labor.
Handmade cards for upcoming friends’ birthdays