Author

Elizabeth Do

Elizabeth Do and her husband, Trong, homeschool their three daughters in whatever place the Marine Corps chooses. Elizabeth writes songs, studies languages, and reads books aloud, doing all the voices. She holds a BA in journalism and an MA in international diplomacy. You can read more of her writing at thewifeofleisure.com.

Elizabeth Do Jan 14, 2020

I am reading Homer. Each day, I pick up the book and think of a beautiful thing I share with all people who read Homer: time to read Homer.

Several things are needful for a contemplative life, and all of them plague me with guilt. For a quiet place, a quiet mind, and a worthy subject, all three, I am deeply thankful. Of their fragility I am sorely aware.

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Elizabeth Do Dec 20, 2019

Why do we love a ghost story at Christmas? How does the ghost story speak to the eternity in our hearts? Out on the Mira, perhaps, around a bonfire, there we expect the “witches and werewolves and Oak Island gold.” But why now, as we celebrate starlight and the birth of a baby?

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