The radio ping tells me Moria is on the way. I slowly peel myself out of the chair to stand. As the last of the mesh releases me, I double-check the auto-pilot one more time. The captain felt pretty confident this lane should be safe, but I still feel the whole deal was pretty shady.… Continue reading Short Story: Brain Port Plug Data recovery #1785
The reasons Millennials should think four times about voting and then GO VOTE!
This weekend my mother and I drove to North Carolina to visit a tea farm. I took the afternoon off work Friday so we could drive up. We stayed in a Holiday Inn and Saturday morning we headed to Chapel Hill NC – Camillia forest (http://www.camforest.com) to look at tea plants. I’ve been telling mom… Continue reading Dreams of Tea
Rating: 7.5/10 Date Originally Published: 1967 Format: eBook, hardcover TL;DR Review: Amazing book to get into the mind of animals, but not for the faint of heart. Anyone who has gone to a used book store with me in the past about 8 years has heard me ask the clerk if they have a copy… Continue reading Review: The Fox and the Hound by Daniel P. Mannix
This isn’t going to be a long history of everything, but a vignette of my history of cats. I think anyone who knows me today has heard me talk about my pair of black babies. I adore Kawaii and Genkii. They weren’t my first cats. In fact they are number three and four. My first… Continue reading History of Kitties
I think it appropriate to begin my blog by explaining the name of my blog. At least in my mind, there was no other name I could use for a blog which I hope will give glimpses into my mind, my processes, and my life. “They who dream by day are cognizant of many things… Continue reading To Dream by Day