The Most Addictive Game!

Like many people, I spend a lot of time on Facebook.  I like to keep up with friends and family, plan events, see links to things both informational and/or humorous, and to play games.  I have always enjoyed playing games, whether board games, card games, tabletop RPGs, console games, or video games.  I used to…

Recent Projects and Other Activities

As I continue my studies, I have found that the balance between parenting, chores, coursework, and creativity is rather elusive.  There is so much on my cafeteria tray of life that I only get to taste a little bit of the fun stuff.  This is why I try to work some creative endeavors into other…

New projects have been envisioned!

One year, I don’t remember whether we had a Christmas tree, but I do remember helping my mom cover the entire front room with kraft paper, and making presents and ribbons and even a life-size fireplace out of paper. We hung our stockings in front of the paper fireplace. It was like the world had been magically transformed, and my Mom became a hero because she had done this. I also recall a time when she sat on the floor with me and we drew pictures on haunted houses using my huge box of crayons. My Mom is a very creative person, and the times when I was able to share the creation of things with her are cherished moments. I even remember hunting together for pinecones and then dipping them in glue and glitter to make beautiful sparkling decorations.

Maps and other exciting things!

I want to start out by mentioning that my post about books came a few days too soon, because it was just shy of the release date of No Small Bills, Aaron’s latest novel.  It has only been out a few days, and has already been featured on the NOOK blog, and made it onto…

Time to Geek Out about books!

Today, for Speak Out With Your Geek Out, I would like to brag a little bit about how lucky I am.  You see, I have the privilege of being married to the very talented and extremely awesome Aaron Rosenberg!  Not only is he fabulous in all the ways a spouse should be, he is also…

Expanding My Mind

I have been conspicuously absent from this blog for a few months. Why? Because I decided to go back to school. I didn’t have a chance to complete my degree the first time around because life got in the way, but I transferred my credits to a new program. So far, I am maintaining a…