I am a lonely, single woman who has only ever experienced romance through fiction. So, when a global pandemic hit that made dating and romance even more awkward and difficult than it was before (which would honestly be impressive if it wasn’t so dang depressing), I felt fully prepared to…


Austenites are no strangers to adaptations, reinterpretations, spin-offs, and, in some cases, rip-offs of the novels they adore. The novel most often subject to Hollywood’s remake mania is Austen’s 1813 novel Pride and Prejudice. Over the years, P&P has spawned numerous book spin-offs, TV mini-series adaptations, and movie reinterpretations. Some…


Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in the Classroom

Emotional and Behavioral disorders are among the most difficult disorders to address in the classroom. Students with these diagnoses do not always appear different, since their disabilities aren’t physical and don’t generally affect intelligence. However, their disability will still inhibit learning. Students diagnosed…


I have been doing ballet since I was four years old. From little tutus to pointe shoes to stage makeup, I have experienced all the ups and downs of being a dancer. Yet, I never truly felt like a ballerina. The girls who wore black leotards and their hair perfectly…


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The year is 1992. Bill Clinton has become President, Disney has opened a theme park in France, and Christian Bale is two years away from his peak attractiveness in Gillian Armstrong’s Little Women. The baby-faced future Batman bursts out singing and dancing in the live-action Disney musical Newsies. Despite music…

Sarah Lescault

Writer, reader, movie-goer, and dreamer. Firm believer in faith, trust, and pixie dust. https://sel9ec.wixsite.com/website

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