Plinky asked: “When you need a good laugh, who/what do you turn to?” I can usually rely on my Facebook friends to have something up that will make me laugh. They haven’t failed me yet!
Katie recently introduced me to Lost Girl, a show that is very obviously NOT an American show. It’s exotic and amusing and sexy—especially sexy. But then what do you expect of a show about a succubus? I knew it wasn’t American as soon as I heard some of the banter, which wouldn’t fly on broadcast […]
When someone asks, “Is (X place) accessible?” the answer is “no” if there are any stairs involved in getting there. It doesn’t matter if everything inside X is on one level but there are three “little” steps at the front door, or “just one flight of stairs out front.” Those “little” steps aren’t so little […]
LJ Writer’s Block asks: Pros and Cons How has technology benefited the world? Or has it worsened it? Benefited, definitely, although it has also presented problems and hasn’t always been used wisely. I’ll always choose a world with modern medicine and a need to overcome pollution issues over one where I’d have, at most, a 30-year life expectancy. […]
Plinky asks: Milk, dark, or white chocolate? My favorite is dark chocolate! The highest cocoa content around, please! I do try to go with the green, fair trade brands as much as possible. Milk chocolate is for children whose palates haven’t been educated yet, and white chocolate (while yummy on strawberries) isn’t even real chocolate. […]
The most important promises you’ll ever make in this life are the ones you make to yourself. I’ve lost sight of that fact, and broken at least one of my promises to myself. I need to remind myself of a few of my promises to myself (these aren’t all of them, by any means). I won’t […]
That’s what March is usually known for, and so far the month is true to form here in Atlanta. Thunderstorms yesterday, more predicted for today. What’s different is that it’s hot, nastily muggy. I don’t recall even being tempted to use the A/C all year round until the last few years, but now it’s just […]
Such a word that is, indicative of choices big and small. I’ve faced more change than choice in the past 30 days or so, thanks to a major relationship change. But there have been choices, and there will be yet more choices in the future—choices that I will be making alone for the first time […]