Narnia is evil. Because scripture. | What one fundamentalist preacher said about C.S. Lewis

So last summer I read this book called Cameras in Narnia: How the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Came to Life. I'm getting ready to mail the book back to the friend I borrowed it from, so I skimmed it again. The author gives an inside perspective since he was on set for almost … Continue reading Narnia is evil. Because scripture. | What one fundamentalist preacher said about C.S. Lewis

Boundaries and why Christian Grey needs them

I know, I'm late to the party. The film came out almost a year ago. I got it from Redbox last night. But I have something to say about Christian Grey, even though so much has already been said. Consent isn't just about sexual relationships. Consent is a way of life. And this is something that … Continue reading Boundaries and why Christian Grey needs them

Farewell to the Mermaid

Once upon a time, there was a girl who escaped the Village. She ran a lighthouse. ┬áHer friends who escaped their own villages to live in freedom helped her build it. The first friend that the girl met outside the Village was the mermaid, and she found her because she loved the sea. The mermaid … Continue reading Farewell to the Mermaid

The Fairy in the Cocoon

Once upon a time, there was a girl who lived in a lighthouse, next to a rocky coastline. The lighthouse girl often entertained travelers seeking shelter from storms and pulled the shipwrecked out of murky waters. But one of the most interesting friends she met after she left the Village was not either of these. … Continue reading The Fairy in the Cocoon

The Tea Maker and the Lighthouse Keeper

Another friend blended her own story into Cynthia Jeub's lighthouse story and my lighthouse girl story. Reprinted with permission. Once upon a time there was a tea maker. She was a very ordinary tea maker, but she did have one unusual skill: she was very good at matching the tea to the people that ordered … Continue reading The Tea Maker and the Lighthouse Keeper