I haven't done a themed post in a bit, so I think we will do one today. Have kids? Want some fun stuff they can do and learn at the same time? Here are some ideas: 10 Things To Do with Springs And I thought it was cool when I could make mine walk down … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Spring
Alcatraz Versus the Shattered Lens by Brandon Sanderson My rating: 4 of 5 stars I'm confused. Let me start by saying that I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway, and I have not read the first three. I am not sure it would have helped. If Brandon Sanderson is able to keep all of … Continue reading Friday Review: Alcatraz versus the Evil Librarians Book 4: The Shattered Lens by Brandon Sanderson
Pandora Gets Jealous by Carolyn Hennesy 4 of 5 stars Thirteen year old Pandora Atheneus Andromaeche Helena of the House of Prometheus is determined to have the best prop for her school project, and to show the Mean Girls that she and her friends are not misfits. So, she borrows the infamous box given to … Continue reading Friday Review: Pandora Gets Jealous (The Mythic Adventures) by Carolyn Henesey
This is kind of long, and detailed, but I thought it was fascinating, especially for a writer. If you want to write an apocalyptic final days set in the US, this might come in handy: If the US Declared War on Itself Even Loki should know better: Loki Argues with Kids Some are better than … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: If the US Declared War on Itself, Loki Argues with Kids, Avengers in Their Spare Time, and EM Drive Possible?
Even the God of Thunder has his moments. "I meant to do that!" God of Butterfingers Scientists may be learning how early hominids developed language. With the help of birds: Bird Language Need some new ideas for fresh salads for those hot summer days when you just don't want to do a lot of cooking? … Continue reading Wednesday Wanderings: Thor Fumbles, Bird Language, Summer Salads, and Help Kids Photograph Nature
No, I don't mean the 90's sitcom, although we did watch that one faithfully. I mean my own house on Saturday. We did Easter dinner then, since most of the family was able to make it on that day. The only one missing was Steph, since she had to work. She came over for dinner … Continue reading Monday Musings: Full House