(I had to use a picture of Colin Firth because he's just wonderful. And I mean, physical appearances, he obviously fits the bill. Plus, bow ties.) In his play, The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde mocks the superficial, ultimately empty qualities Victorian society held in such high esteem. One superficiality he addresses is the undue... Continue Reading →
Everything is a game, especially relationships.
I finally got to read over break and it was the most amazing thing ever!! I know I've said this before, but I love books. So much. I did quite a bit of reading over the last two weeks. I finally got to finish I Am the Messenger (my new favorite book in the entire history... Continue Reading →