Across the Threshold: Matrimonial Musings

The day opened up with what some might describe as a foreboding swirl of greys. The temperature had dropped to the low 60s, and intermittent thunderstorms threatened a wet weekend. By most accounts, the outlook may have been ominous. I, for one, happen to greatly enjoy the melancholy of dark skies and rainy weekends. And … Continue reading Across the Threshold: Matrimonial Musings

Ramble On: “CMBYN,” love, literature

I went to a showing of Luca Guadagnino's Call Me by Your Name, which is an adaptation of a novel of the same name written by André Aciman, on Sunday, March 11. It's been three days, and I still can't stop thinking about this story. It's a love story between 17-year-old Elio and 24-year-old Oliver, two … Continue reading Ramble On: “CMBYN,” love, literature