10 Things I Want to be Remembered For


Someday, I will die. I hope to go peacefully as my grandpa did, lying on the couch in his sleep. I don’t want to be as young as him because he never really got to know any of his grandkids but still, peacefully in my sleep. At the end of my life, I hope someone […]

September 20, 2013

A Danny with 1000 Books He Loves


You want to know what book I love? Me too. I’m looking at my bookshelf and I’m trying to decide which one I really love the most. My eyes keep jumping from dust jacket to dusk jacket and I I keep thinking with every new cover, this is the book I love. But I love so […]

September 8, 2013

Spending Money

Peace Corps

I sat down in the teacher’s room today during my break to get some reading done, but I was interrupted almost immediately by my school’s director, Yulia. She beckoned for me to follow her to her office (which was weird because she has excellent English). She wanted to show me this: That’s right, the books […]

March 13, 2012

The Death of the Starks

Blog, Books

Sometimes I wonder if George R.R. Martin is the only person who’s rooting against the Starks. Last night I finally finished A Dance with Dragons, the fifth and most current book in The Song of Ice and Fire series. For those of you unaware, these are massive books. Each one weighs in around 1,000 pages. But […]

February 29, 2012

A teacher

Peace Corps

It feels like I’m cheating the system. Read over this blog post. Or read this excerpt from it: Summer is a funny time of year for a Peace Corps TEFL volunteer. Classes are over, and with the exception of camps (which we aren’t required to do), there really isn’t a lot of organized work for […]

August 11, 2010

Right makes might


The Once and Future King by T.H. White This book is a classic, telling a story that most have known all of their lives. The book is broken up into four smaller books, each representing a different stage in the story of King Arthur and Lancelot. The first of the four books is The Sword in […]

July 8, 2008

Mr. Hurd, say no more


Finished another book, thought I would review it quickly in order to sway you. A SpineHolder’s Manual by Neil Hurd It is an interesting story as to how I came about this book. It was an early night at work this past semester and I was walking home in the rain. As I walked up […]

June 11, 2008

His boring ass life


Alright, I know I said I would write a little a few days ago but I never got around to it. It isn’t that I have been busy, I just have been doing other things. I think I will start this one off with the first book review of the summer. My Boring Ass Life […]

June 8, 2008

Doodling the life away


I just wrote that I am doodling away my summer. Now, while that is far from the truth because I am doing far more than doodling this summer, it wold be great if it was true. Much less stress if I could draw, maybe sleep and eat. It is currently two weeks into my summer […]

June 1, 2008