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Hi, I’m MoMo! I love learning about literature, poetry, philosophy, theology, and art. At Remnants of Wit, I write about my thoughts on all of these things and how they relate to each other. Sometimes the posts are about art philosophy and its relation to classic works of literature. Other times, I definitively rank the top 7 male romantic leads in Shakespeare. You know, important stuff.

Favorite books include Jayber Crow by Wendell Berry, The Wednesday Wars by Gary D. Schmidt, As You Like It by William Shakespeare, The Abolition of Man and The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis, and The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. My favorite poet is Gerard Manley Hopkins.

I regard buttered toast as one of life’s great joys.

A Note on Awards

After much thought, I’ve decided that Remnants of Wit will be an award-free blog. I appreciate everyone who’s nominated me for an award, but I don’t have much time for writing, and I’d prefer to spend it on posts about books, poetry, art, and theology. I’m still interested in tags, though, if they’re connected to those topics!


11 thoughts on “About

  1. -I adore Much Ado About Nothing, and that is a lovely quote. I hadn’t made the connection between that play and your blog name for some reason!
    – I also adore As You Like It. Also, The Book Thief is one of the best books ever written. I just reread it for perhaps the fourth or fifth time. I’m still recovering.
    -“Margaret, are you grieving over Goldengrove unleaving? Leaves, like the things of man, you with your fresh thoughts care for, can you?” I could go on; I have that entire poem memorised for some reason! Unfortunately, I don’t think I’ve read anything else by Gerard Manley Hopkins. I’ll be sure to remedy that!
    -That is the best reason to write, honestly.
    -Baking is great.
    -So is buttered toast.

    I really need to read more of your blog, because I really enjoy everything I have read so far. And this is a lovely About page. 🙂

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  2. I love your blog! As a poet and a Christian, I enjoy how you pair the two so often together. I think the Bible makes it clear that the two were made for one another! Be blessed! (The Psalms, for example) 🙂

    Keep up the awesome work!

    Abigail Wieser

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