Monday, January 26, 2015

IJM + Sevenly - Let's end human trafficking in our lifetime!

I am so excited to see two of my favorite organizations come together! This week only, International Justice Mission and Sevenly are teaming up to put an end to human trafficking. 

If you didn't know, this month is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention MonthIt is a designated month to raise awareness to the atrocious forms of social injustice, specifically human trafficking, that are happening worldwide.

Friday, January 2, 2015

A-Z Bookish Questions - a tag

So here’s a fun list of bookish questions, from A to Z. I wrote this when I was almost done with my last final, deeming that time appropriate to take a break and fill it out. I'm posting it now to welcome in the new year with jolly post on books. These questions also helped me compile a list of books to read with all the free time I was supposed to have from Christmas to the New Year. Although in reality, I didn't have much free time outside of work, volunteering, planning for school, get-togethers and parties, and so forth. But I do now have a splendid list of books and essays to read this year. 


Author you've read the most books from: I think I can safely say Dorothy L. Sayers or C.S. Lewis. It’s currently a toss-up between them both.

Best sequel ever: Hmm, off the top of my head I'll go with Ishmael and Self Raised by E.D.E.N. Southworth.

Currently reading: Just picked up a new book from the Library called Gentleman Captain by J.D. Davies. It’s a historical fiction tale taking place in 1622, in Great Britain. Matthew Quinton, the son of a royalist family, is the protagonist. I hardly read fiction pieces, but I make an exception when it is a historical fiction piece having to do with wars or the sea (splendidly, this tale has to do with both).

Drink of choice while reading:  Hot or cold tea, depending on the day.

Thursday, January 1, 2015

to dare more boldly - welcoming the New Year with audacity

For 2015, my word is BOLD.
Keep reading to see why.

be sure to click on some of the photos, most of them are linked. Also, they aren't all in order of event/date.