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The Year of Unfinished Books

Sometimes a love of books just means that you have an obsession with pretty things.

Just a little reminder…

Where did tea come from? Why did turning teacups over become a thing? 
The origins of the title of this blog should probably be explained (as promised). Also, what does it have to do with history? Well, it all has to do with drinking tea in the 1700’s. Don’t forget your teaspoon!

What I’m Reading…

Two of my favorite books that I’ve read this year to round out Mythology before I move on to something completely different. 🙂

Mythology

Definition Merriam-Webster defines “mythology” with four different definitions. One is an allegorical narrative with allegory meaning something that can be interpreted and have a hidden meaning behind it. The second is as a body of myths specifically referencing gods or legendary heroes, etc. The third definition is simply a branch of knowledge with the fourth …

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Blogging

Apologies for the delay in posting. The post I mentioned last time will be coming up momentarily.

What I’m Reading

I’m currently reading through a book called World Mythology. It looks at mythologies from around the world from creation myths to specific gods that appear and reappear in multiple countries as well as stories about creatures.

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