Library-Lubber, Yes I Am!

 As I’ve grown up, many of my interests have fallen by the wayside. No, I’m not on a self-actualized quest to become a jack-of-all-trades. I’ve just outgrown certain things, or they decided to outgrow me first. Tennis turned into keeping my kids from bouncing off the walls. Horseback riding was a tad to risky to … Continue reading Library-Lubber, Yes I Am!


Margaret Fuller – A Woman Before Her Time

 Born in 1810,  Margaret Fuller  was one of the most influential personalities in early American literature. As a writer, lecturer, and editor of  The Dial, transcendentalism’s premier publication during it’s first two years, Margaret influenced the transcendentalist movement and is noted as being one of the earliest founders of women’s liberation. Forced through her education by … Continue reading Margaret Fuller – A Woman Before Her Time