As 2022 wraps up, many of us begin to reflect on the events of the past year. To keep up with the tradition on this blog, I share with you my reading list:
Rupi wore a gorgeous red outfit which she happily pointed out to the audience. She made everyone feel welcome and asked how we were doing. Rupi talked about her adventures while on tour and asked to be showered with applause and compliments throughout the show (but no snapping). I loved the energy and candor she brought to the stage. It was as if she was inviting us all into her living room for a cup of tea.
The 2021 reading list is here! Check out the Teen Titans comics and other recommendations.
What happens when one of your friends invites you to an early movie premiere based on Becky Albertalli’s bestselling novel? One fun night!
In Milk and Honey, Kaur dives into the depths of her soul. She expresses herself on the topics of rape, sexual harassment, love, heartbreak, sex, women’s rights, and healing. Each poem awakened emotions within me; an experience I never had with other poets in high school.
After eight seasons of love triangles, supernatural deaths, doppelgangers, and powerful enemies, The Vampire Diaries came to an end last night.
I traveled to the Morgan Museum and Library to see Alice: 150 Years of Wonderland. Besides seeing the first manuscripts of the classic tale, I also got to explore the beautiful library.
After reading Anne Frank’s diary and a few stories shared by Holocaust survivors, I decided to write a letter to her.