You know what is worse than having an asthma attack? Having an asthma attack for no apparent reason. So much in life is like that – as long as we understand the cause & effect of our actions somehow when “bad things” happen it’s more acceptable to the brain. Like, if I go to a… Continue reading Life: Health & Breathing
I’ve been jokingly saying for a few years now that everyone who works 40-hours-a-week needs a wife. It’s supposed to be funny. It’s supposed to ease the frustration that there just aren’t enough hours in the day to work a full time job and take care of a family. Well, I think I am ready to… Continue reading Feminism: Single-Income Households
This book is a middle-grade fantasy story by Sage Blackwood. This means it’s really written for 11-13/14 year olds, but I would actually put it at a pretty solid 4/5 for adults too. It was enjoyable, if not the most “mature content.” It’s approach to relationships is perfect for a budding teenager and I found… Continue reading Review: Jinx (trilogy)
As I sit in bed Tuesday night, the news is already declaring Karen Handel winning Georgia’s 6th district – a study in money in politics and the insanity of the current electoral process. She didn’t win by much, for a district that is historically much above the national average…. it was a loss for the… Continue reading Politics: Georgia’s 6th
I sprained my thumb. It sounds so small, it seems so small – until I try to use my hand too much. And I do keep using it too much. So I hurt my thumb, I spend a day basically watching tv/movies & reading (’cause one-handed gaming is hard). I go to work that week. By… Continue reading Live Events: Injury
I am not going to promise not to write spoilers. I’m going to try, but there may be things in this review that are not in the trailer and “spoil” the movie for you. Fair enough warning? I loved this movie. It wasn’t “perfect” but it was close. I will gladly go see it again… Continue reading Review: Wonder Woman
I’m in San Diego! This weather is amazing! And my hotel… Sweet!