Friday Review (TV): American God 

I will start this off by saying I am a huge Neil Gaiman fan, and I absolutely loved reading American Gods. I was thrilled when it was optioned for development into a television series. After seeing the first two aired episodes, I am cautiously optimistic. I have to say that, having read the book, I do … Continue reading Friday Review (TV): American God 

Wednesday Wanderings: Stolen Stew, Get Paid to Live in Italy, Why Shoelaces Untie, and National Geographic Photos

Well, you know, if it had been a winning green chili recipe, I could see this: Stolen Stew And the doctor comes to town three times a week!: Get Paid to Live in Italy Why your shoelaces unty themselves: Shoelaces And here are ten photos from National Geographic's April Photo of the Day: April Photos … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Stolen Stew, Get Paid to Live in Italy, Why Shoelaces Untie, and National Geographic Photos

Monday Musings: Chili, Competing Again, and Recovery

We cooked at the New England Regional Chili Cook Off on Saturday. It was in Somers, CT, where we have been many times for chili cook offs. Of course, most of the time over the past four years, we have been there in the judging area, either as Chief Judge and Scorekeeper, or helping those … Continue reading Monday Musings: Chili, Competing Again, and Recovery

Thursday Teaser: Snake’s Alive Audio Preview

This week, I decided to try something new- an audio recording! I don't claim to be the best voice actor, nor is the recording perfect (it's the fourth or fifth try!), but hey, it's something a little different. Before we get to that, here's the blurb for "Snake's Alive: The Yo-Yo Files #2": Things have … Continue reading Thursday Teaser: Snake’s Alive Audio Preview

Wednesday Wanderings: Humans in North America Earlier than Thought, Facebook News Feed Explained, SFF Net Shuts Down, and Your Week as Golf

These mastodon bones unearthed in CA may point to human presence in North America far earlier than previously believed: Prehistoric Humans in CA At the Facebook developer conference last week, VP of News Feed Adam Mosseri explained how the FB news feed works (more or less) and hinted at some things to come: Facebook News … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Humans in North America Earlier than Thought, Facebook News Feed Explained, SFF Net Shuts Down, and Your Week as Golf

Monday Musings: It’s May, It’s May!

And if April showers do bring May flowers, our allergies ought to be out of control this month! But, really, I am ready for some nice Spring weather. It's been gray and cloudy far too much so far, and Sunday was no exception. It started nice, but then the clouds rolled in, it rained a … Continue reading Monday Musings: It’s May, It’s May!