I’m linking up again with Emily at Chatting at the Sky to share some of the things I learned this month. This is by no means an exhaustive list, just some of the cool things I took the time to share or write down somewhere. Perhaps this should have been obvious from the start but I learned that sugar probably isn’t any healthier than high … Continue reading Things I Learned in February.
I just finished watching the Top 12 girls perform on last night’s episode of American Idol. Although they all did pretty good, I have to say I was a bit underwhelmed. Am I just harsher on female singers or are there a lot of “just pretty good” singers this year for the ladies? I think a lot of them show promise, but as you can … Continue reading Idol Thoughts: Top 12 Girls Perform
Behold, your required reading for the weekend! Net Neurtrality: A Primer on What’s Going On at Geek Mom. The Rise of the Independent Booksellers in the Time of Amazon at Buzzfeed. Adam Savage Builds a Scale Model of the Hedge Maze from The Shining at Geekologie. Raising Science-y Kids on the Cheap at Geek Mom. Why People are Seeing Different Colors in that Damned Dress … Continue reading Weekly Geekly Links: 2.27.15
Last night the Top 12 boys performed at Motor City on American Idol – singing for America’s vote for the first time. Overall I thought the boys did a good job. I watched the auditions this year, following their journey so far so I already had a pretty good idea about who I liked and who I was still kinda meh about. You can see … Continue reading Idol Thoughts: Top 12 Boys Perform
I don’t always participate in Mama Kat’s World Famous Writers’ Workshop, but when I do it’s because a prompt either made me giggle or instantly inspired me. This week Mama Kat wants to know 7 things that make you happy. And she wants to see it in gif form. I like being happy and I like gifs. And frankly I’ve been running a little low … Continue reading 7 things that make me happy.
Outside My Window: It has been ridonkulously cold lately. With the exception of a few glorious days this week that saw temperatures above 10 degrees, it’s been largely 0 degrees or lower with wind chills making it feel even colder. Our saving grace these days is that we are not buried in snow like our New England family and friends but let me tell you about … Continue reading Daybook: February 23, 2015
It’s about -547 degrees outside right now where I live (or 4 degrees with a -20 windchill) but it’s been that way for long enough now that I think we’re supposed to consider it normal and just keep on keeping on. While I hide inside and pretend it’s June, here are some cool things I found online recently that you need to check out before … Continue reading Weekly Geekly Links: February 20, 2015