Y’all probably know how much we *love* Sue Monk Kidd from some of our previous episodes, but this time we dive into our deep appreciation of her journey exploring the divine feminine through all of her books, and in particular her latest book The Book of Longings. We talk about Ana, the fictional wife of […]
We take it way back to childhood…and back to the present with a discussion of The Babysitters Club, both the book series from the ’90s and the Netflix adaption. We also share our current struggles with childcare, particularly in the times of COVID-19. Sending our love to all the caregivers out there!
Many of our public libraries, at least the buildings, have been closed for the last few months which has made us mindful of just how much we love them. Who doesn’t love free books?! Ashley shares about some of the offerings and essential services that we might not think about that were highlighted in an […]
Katey’s Pick: Disenfranchised Grief Disenfranchised grief is grief that is not openly acknowledged, socially accepted, or publicly mourned. For example, let’s say a married couple gets a divorce and then one of the partners dies. The ex-spouse does not feel like they can participate in the mourning of that person because society does not accept […]