Monthly Archives: April 2010

Nikolina Sacrifices to Save the World

Well, her flight was delayed anyway. Like so many people, Nikolina has been stuck in or around an airport in Europe, unable to get a plane to fly from Ireland back to Croatia. Of course, I know other people who … Continue reading

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Weeping Angels of LA

Walking down the street in LA last night, I came across this a startling statue in the middle of the sidewalk. If you’re just the typical passerby, you’d still find the figure striking and interesting. If you’re a fan of … Continue reading

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Multidimensional Electioneering

I’m sure all of you are pretty excited about the upcoming parliamentary elections in Britain. I know I am! Well, vicariously, anyway. This guy is seriously excited and it’s hard not to join in the fun. I’m sure he’ll start … Continue reading

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Musical Child, Part 2

Abigail loves her music class, as I’m sure I’ve mentioned before. This is only one of a great many songs she not only knows the words to, but the moves. Without further ado, I’ll let Abigail’s YouTube debut say the … Continue reading

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Spring Playtime

It’s an odd feeling to be pushed back from the front door by a sub-two-year-old who is shouting, “Stop it! Stop it!” Particularly when that child has more strength than you would expect in a girl her size. I’m talking … Continue reading

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Abigail and the Dodo

Things I learned while putting Abigail to sleep today: “I want some water.” “Mommy isn’t here. Just Daddy. Abigail isn’t here.” “Daddy is a good girl.” “I’s fixing Daddy’s chin.” “This is Kermie’s ice tea.” I love the way Abigail’s … Continue reading

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Hugo Nominees

At long last, the Hugo Nominees have been announced, adding more books to my reading pile than I had expected.There are only three that were nominated for either the BFSA or the Nebula: Boneshaker by Cherie Priest The City & … Continue reading

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China for the Trifecta

Well. China for the trifecta of awards that I’m reviewing the nominees of. Since he’s the only candidate nominated for the BFSA, Nebula AND Hugo award, he’s really the only guy with a shot. I personally hope he pulls it … Continue reading

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Plague of Locusts

Easter is one of my favorite holidays. Mostly because the symbol of springtime and renewal has transformed over the years into an eight foot tall rabbit that lays eggs and sneaks into people’s houses to leave baskets of chocolates. That … Continue reading

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New Look

Trying on a new theme. Let me know if you think it matches the new name.

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