D’Ormesson

“Jean Bruno Wladimir François de Paule Le Fèvre d’Ormesson was a French novelist. He was the author of forty books, the director of Le Figaro from 1974 to 1979, and the Dean of the Académie française.” D’Ormesson passed away December 5, 2017. I am actually currently reading one of his books, Dieu, les affaires etContinue reading “D’Ormesson”

To hold a letter

By: Gabriela Yareliz I like writing letters and leaving them for my mom. I don’t think people today realize how meaningful it is to receive or write a letter. To have a piece of that person that you can keep, smell, read, over and over again…It is gorgeous. Handwriting conveys so much more than aContinue reading “To hold a letter”

Before I run off

By: Gabriela Yareliz I have been called in to work today. It turns out there will be a Spanish speaking group there… ahh the benefits of being a polyglot. I encourage anyone who has any slight interest in any culture or language to go for it. It will always pay off. It adds something toContinue reading “Before I run off”