thank you for the words I am 1000% in agreement.
Quietly they go, the intelligent, the witty, the brave.
I know. But I do not approve. And I am not resigned.
(I wish it didn't have to be this way, but I wish for Mallory and Nicole and Nikki and everyone else to go on to amazing new work and new platforms, and spread toastiness throughout the land. This website made me feel less alone than I ever have in my whole life, and I love you and I like you and thank you forever.)
Wow. Chills. Words not in sentences.
oh, I never knew that about Jane!
I think I joked about Pat earlier, but yeah, as a manifestation of depression and anxiety it's pretty intense. I like to think about them with Jane of Lantern Hill to, via Elizabeth Epperly, when she talks about how differently they use domesticity and love of home--Jane's love of homemaking/keeping becoming a force for liberation in her life, while for Pat it becomes a kind of paralysis.
woohoo annotated Alice! I love it.
I felt bad when even my kid book The Anne of Green Gables treasury couldn't hide over that she had a pretty unhappy life in the little biography they included.