reshop, heda: the 1oo, commander lexa and burying your gays

Spoilers up to Season 3, Episode 7 “Thirteen” of The 1oo.

Commander Lexa. (Image from http://the100.wikia.com/wiki/Lexa)
Alycia Debnam-Carey is Commander Lexa, a recurring character in The 1oo Season 2 and 3. (Image from http://the100.wikia.com/wiki/Lexa)

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what i read: the best way to remember, writing as pilgrimage and a really old poem

Here are a handful of things I’ve been reading of late: Book-wise I’m a quarter of the way through A Feast for Crows (yes), and I’m alternating it with David Allen’s “Getting Things Done,” Season 9 of Buffy comics and bits and pieces of basic Italian. (My favorite Italian phrase is Io scrivo. Lol.)

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greetings from chilly warsaw

Hello, Warsaw. 3 a.m. streets.
Hello, Warsaw. 3 a.m. streets. View from Hotel Belwederski.

WARSAW, POLAND — It’s been roughly 40 hours since I left Manila on Saturday and my body clock is screwed, as expected. It’s 5:30 a.m. here as I am typing this, and my body says LUNCH TIME like no other. This early, I miss rice. Haha. In a few we’ll be joining other delegates for breakfast before heading to the Gazeta Wyborcza headquarters a few blocks from here for the first day of the WAN-IFRA Youth Engagement Summit.

If you could remember, three months ago, we received the happiest news — the Read-Along program won the Silver World Young Reader Prize Award for Enduring Excellence in the Public Service category. Later we will be sharing lessons from the Read-Along to an audience of winners from other countries, and we’ll be learning from them as well.

At the time of the award’s announcement, we were already deep into preparations for the 3rd Inquirer Read-Along Festival, which we held two weeks ago at the CCP. At the time of the award’s announcement, I was sure I wouldn’t be here.

But then again, here I am. I have no words for how thankful I am to be here. Continue reading greetings from chilly warsaw