Amanda Jolley

Reflection on pattern and abstraction of the subconscious

Tag: slavery


Today’s lunch menu for VERONICA’s Voice included: Corned Beef, Cabbage and Potatoes Homeade Rye Bread Green Clover-shaped Spritz Cookies I was also going to serve fresh apple slices, but left the apples at home. Oops. The smell of the corned beef still lingers in our home. Delicious and comfortable. As a continuation from my thoughts

Les Miserables on prostitution

After watching a musical in December, my daughter and I were compelled to read Les Miserables by Victor Hugo. The size of the book is a bit daunting, but I immediately became lost in the story and felt I knew the characters intimately. Many words have jumped off the page and grabbed my heart, and