Let’s do this! Some of this was inspired by all those books where the hero eats “bread and cheese” for a meal – I was poking in my kitchen this weekend and needed a meal. So I took my last 2 deviled eggs, some grapes, homemade bread and put CHEESE on it. I grew up… Continue reading Review: Heroes’ Lunch
I like to feel creative. This past weekend I cleaned up my “craft corner.” Unburied my sewing machine (God I want to be able to sew my own clothes). Found my calligraphy pen – nibs are still missing, but I still have 2 boxes to deal with. Pulled out my watercolor paints and put a… Continue reading Musings: Time for Craft
I’ve seen Jacqueline Carey’s books on the shelves for several years now, but it was Naamah’s Kiss from the library that has made me decide I want to read more by her. I picked it up to read on the plane back from a trip, but I ended up watching Beauty and the Beast instead (and then coming… Continue reading Review: Naamah’s Trilogy
I have a strange life. Not literally, in a lot of ways it’s very traditional. I’m cisgendered, white, hetersexually-married with the classic “house in the suburbs” (including a white picket fence actually) with a very corporate “normal” full-time job. And yet, I don’t feel like I’m normal. I sometimes feel like at any moment I will… Continue reading Musings: Perception
Can we stop talking about it already? The insurance industry is not actually the problem with our health system in the US. It’s a symptom. And not even the worst symptom – it’s like the rash that it super-annoying-but-in-a-super-difficult-spot-to-scratch-so-you-can’s-scratch-anyway. I have talked about this with a lot of people. From “I hate everything ACA because… Continue reading Politics: Health Insurance is not the issue
I’ve been working on a long post for three days. I might even need to split it… I know, I’m a nerd who enjoys doing research too much. Hopefully I’ll have this/these posts up soon!