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Pride + Prejudice + Zombies = Bizarre Fun

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

I quite like Pride and Prejudice. I've only read it twice all the way through, both times because of a school assignment, but I've always really enjoyed the story and the strong wit of the dialogue. I saw the Keira Knightly film version when I was thirteen years old, and the majority of the BBC version when I was fourteen or so. I thoroughly enjoyed the Pemberly Digital adaption, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, just a few years ago. It's a...
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Thinking About Writing

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

I don't remember when I decided I wanted to become a writer. I do remember having a brief stint as a child where I felt certain I was being called to the life of an FBI agent, but that didn't last long. I have handwritten (awful) stories in notebooks that I can date back to before middle school, so I think it's safe to say I've wanted to be a writer for awhile. I usually tell people I've always wanted...
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The Interesting Workings of the Hand of God

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

I found myself thinking a lot this past Monday about how God's guidance works, especially when it comes to ensuring we're in the right places at the right times. I don't usually give it a lot of thought, just assuming everything will work out how He's planned. This week though, I had more reason to consider the concept. On Monday night, I had to run out to the grocery store to pick up some things. I spent longer at the...
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Star Wars: The Franchise Awakens (Spoiler Free)

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

BUM BUM BUM BUM BA DUM BUM BA DUM BUM BUM BUM BUM BA DUM BUM BA DUM BUM BUM BU BUM BU BU DA DA DUM BUM BUM BUM BU BUM I've always liked Star Wars, but I was never a hardcore fan of Star Wars. I saw the original trilogy for the first time sometime around the age of twelve or thirteen, and then again when I was seventeen. I've seen each of the prequels once, somewhere around...
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Thanksgiving 2015

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

Thanksgiving is a holiday traditionally spent with family, enjoying a meal and talking about all they have to be grateful for. In the past, my family has invited friends over, co-workers, and people who didn't have local family from our church. Some Thanksgivings stick out more than others, such as the time in England when we invited over my father's entire department from work. I brought my best friend, who's English, and upon hearing it was a potluck she insisted...
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