Monthly Archives: April 2012

What would Atticus do?

To Kill a Mockingbird has always been my favorite book.  Though I’ve read it more than twenty times, it never gets old, stale or outdated.  One of the most recognizable themes from the story is to consider things from another’s … Continue reading

Posted in Atticus Finch, inspiration, life lessons, literature, perseverance, reading, role models, teaching | 5 Comments

Celtic symbols, W.B. Yeats and my main character….

There’s an interesting trio for the subject of this blog post but you’ll see the post is about the concept of “three.”  The main character of The Quarry’s Child, Meg Riley, is an interesting individual.  Though much of her life was … Continue reading

Posted in Carolingian Cross, Celtic symbols, mystery, poetry, strong women, triquetra, Uncategorized, W.B. Yeats | 2 Comments