Tag Archive | holidays

Who Are You?


You are a Goddess. The power to weave worlds rests within you. Every time your fingers press down on keys or put pen to paper you strike the anvil at the foot of the Forge of Creation. There will be many scattered pieces, broken worlds, shattered kingdoms, still born characters, but in the end you […]

Home Just in Time for Xmas Eve


  Tweet of the Day: Bad Life Decisions: Mary Robinette Kowal Reads Theodore Beale. Sexily. ——- They weaved through the throng of last minute Christmas shoppers their hands tightly clasp. Tina talked non-stop, about the weather, holidays parties,  and gifts. She listened to every word, hung on every sigh and laugh. The only thing that […]

Weekend Roundup: December 28-January 3


Tweet of the Day:  Goths and Gauntlets ——- Welcome to 2015. Yippee! Moving on…. No really, I got a bit of the New Year’s blues and the posting dropped of a bit. The usual holidays high and lows. And long time readers of this blog know that my holidays are not over until January 6. […]

Holiday Short- Enough


Tweet of the Day: A Gnomey Christmas ——- Oh no! – Jam ——- We had an unexpected full house. The in-laws on one side, my brother’s family on the other. The kids with Terry the corgi int ow, ran up and down the house, my brother had his nose glued to his laptop talking to […]

Weekend Roundup: December 14-20 + Lessons Learned


Tweet of the Day: I Which Three Adults Discuss Dune Seriously and in Depth ——- This has been…a difficult week. I finally recorded the video I wanted to make for a very long time. Not without problems, and the audio is not optimal but I made it. Along the way I received some troubling news […]

Weekend Roundup: December 7-13


Tweet of the Day: God is real and it wants us dead ——- Weird how things shape up. I’m battling (what I hope) are the remnants of a cold and somehow managed to be more productive this week than in the last month or so. Go figure. It may be that I also caught the […]

Holiday Short: Jam


Tweet of the Day:  Make Yourself a Geeky Little Christmas ——- Oh no! ——- The snowfall grew thicker with every snowflake that landed on the windshield. The traffic jam got longer and slower with every minute. While I tried to get to the airport, Patty raced to the village square for a last second shopping […]