Overthinking It

Sleep no more

Sleep no more

By Katherine Fallon

1 Image

While in New York this summer, I experienced one of the stranger and more magical theatrical performances of my life, which says a lot because ... [Read More]

RECENT ARTICLES


October 16, 2018

 
Blood, sweat and tears: All worth it Blood, sweat and tears: All worth it

You know the jokes about English majors: do you want fries with that? I laughed at this when I left ... [Read More] 1 Image

I delight in the truth I delight in the truth

It was shocking to me when I got the invitation for my 15-year college reunion. Had it really been that ... [Read More] 1 Image

We’re here We’re here

On May 3, in the Georgia Southern University Statesboro’s Center for Arts and Theatre, the first annual Lavender Graduation was ... [Read More] 1 Image


 

The fourth wall The fourth wall

Recently, a high school classmate posted a photo of the superlative section of our senior yearbook. There I am, bleach blonde, studio-issue velvet-cloaked, glancing over my shoulder in a way ...
1 Image [Read More]

This just in: Parenting is hard This just in: Parenting is hard

Eleven months ago, my first nephew, Enzo, was born. We weren’t able to be there for his birth, and it took several months for me to meet him, at which ...
1 Image [Read More]

Jack of some trades Jack of some trades

I have mentioned before that I am not good at not being good at things. Historically, I have shied away from anything that didn’t come naturally to me the first ...
1 Image [Read More]

Herding cats Herding cats

Right after Queso died, a kitten started showing up outside of our house, sleeping in the bushes beside the front step. Our existing stray seemed none too pleased, until, one ...
1 Image [Read More]

Reflections of a new year Reflections of a new year

I was reading an article recently about the 1990s being the best decade in history. The argument was a sound one, although I needed no convincing. I was a child ...
1 Image [Read More]

Consider propane, please Consider propane, please

Consider propane, please   By Katherine Fallon   We have been talking about getting a grill for a while now. My partner is a serious Consumer Reports researcher, and identified ...
1 Image [Read More]

Facing our fears -- chocolate in hand Facing our fears -- chocolate in hand

I have been discussing with my class a logical fallacy known as appeal to fear, in which someone attempts to persuade you into belief or action (actually, most often to ...
1 Image [Read More]

Soaring above and beyond Soaring above and beyond

Over Labor Day weekend, I went to Epcot with my human and a good friend, for the International Food & Wine festival. Before we went, we sat down with the ...
1 Image [Read More]

Work a welcome respite -- like the friendship that brought it Work a welcome respite -- like the friendship that brought it

When we first moved to Statesboro, we rented the house next door to the one we live in now, and after we moved, a friendly couple, Hope and Scott, bought ...
1 Image [Read More]

Lessons from an ‘endlessly kind’ hound Lessons from an ‘endlessly kind’ hound

There is a puggle that roams our neighborhood, and spends a great deal of his time on our porch and in our yard. Our dog, Queso, was wary of the ...
1 Image [Read More]

Don the necessary armor Don the necessary armor

Much research has been done concerning people’s fixation with true crime. Some people posit that we enjoy these stories because we find pleasure in other people’s discomfort, which is the ...
1 Image [Read More]