A Lazy Lincolnite

By Daniela Caride You move to Lincoln, a small town where everyone has known each other forever. That’s exactly what you want. What you need. You got that really huge mortgage to fulfill your dream of belonging. Of enjoying your little town, its tranquility, its tantalizing fields and pastures. You picture yourself smiling, your blood Read More…

More time

Here is an untitled poem by Emily Brontë The night is darkening round me, The wild winds coldly blow; But a tyrant spell has bound me, And I cannot, cannot go. The giant trees are bending Their bare boughs weighed with snow; The storm is fast descending, And yet I cannot go. Clouds beyond clouds Read More…

Stolen Hour

March 13 is approaching fast, and in less than a week we’ll advance our clocks by one hour to dive once more into the madness of daylight saving time (DST). New Zealander George Hudson proposed the idea in 1895, which got implemented first in Germany, Austria and Hungary in 1916. The effort became especially popular in the 70’s, Read More…

Happy clutter

I just posted a story on my my blog, Taildom, about a book we discussed this past week — ” Spark Joy” by Marie Kondo. Click here to check it out. Very intriguing, her method on how to declutter the home. She proposes hugging stuff to decide if one should keep things or get rid of them. Read More…

Who the heck is Henry James?

  I’d like to thank everyone who attended the First Lincoln Literary Society Meeting. I learned a lot that day. Especially that I am very, very ignorant. 🙂 Can you believe I had never heard of Henry James before? There you have it. I didn’t know the guy ever existed. I can, however, say on Read More…