#BookReview: The MacKinnon’s Bride by Tanya Anne Crosby 5/5 StarsAnn

Overview: Iain MacKinnon is Laird of the MacKinnon clan and full of guilt. His mother died giving birth to him, and then on the day his son was born his wife declared that she would rather die than have him touch her again. Then promptly leaped out of the tower window on to the jaggedContinue reading “#BookReview: The MacKinnon’s Bride by Tanya Anne Crosby 5/5 StarsAnn”

Religious Breakthrough

So I’m taking Intro to Humanities II, and was asked to look for a piece of art that resonates with me from a chapter in our text and explain why I am attracted to it. I stumbled upon a picture of Notre Dame Cathedral. I am not a very religious person, nor is my familyContinue reading “Religious Breakthrough”

Roses Cliche

Roses are so cliche and yet so loved. They are pretty but if my lover (knew better) brought me roses they would be sleeping in the doghouse. In general, I don’t find flowers that romantic because they die. It’s like they are saying, “I love you, but one day I may not.” If you haveContinue reading “Roses Cliche”