Family drama: part two.
Well that was unexpected.
I’ll be the first to admit: I don’t go over to my parents’ house as often as I should. Once a week for laundry and watching Project Runway and maybe dinner if we can swing it. I mean, we’re moving in right next door, so we’ll theoretically be there more often soon, right? Well, maybe not. […]
Today, our little “family” (myself, my husband, and our cat Rory) became complete with the addition of this tiny little darling: Meet River, Rory’s new little playmate. Yep, we’re those annoying Whovians. Get over it 😉 River’s been home now for almost two hours, and she and Rory have been cautiously ignoring each other for about […]
Pi Day, 2018: a sad day for nerds everywhere. It was “as if millions of voices suddenly cried out” when I read the news… Stephen Hawking has died. Now, I don’t claim to be a huge fan of physics. I’ve never read any of his work, and if I did I’m sure I’d be lost […]
No, no, it’s not what you might think.
Time is inching ever closer to the house being done! While there are still some things that need to be done before done is done, we’ve gotten started on some post-house-completion plans…party plans, that is. We don’t have too much planned yet–just a couple of parties, one for work/family and one for SCA friends–but I’m surprised […]
So after finishing my first Arts & Sciences project (or at least the physical part–not the documentation yet), my husband decided he wanted a similar thing for himself, which means more embroidery. I’m cool with that and all, but I have to find a design for what he wants…and there aren’t too many period-esque cooking […]
I am feeling great. Got my first Arts and Sciences project done (except for the research/documentation), work this week hasn’t been too bad… so why am I not feeling so great? Oh yeah: mixed episode. It seems that I’ve entered one of those recently. Not quite sure when exactly, but I’m noticing that even though […]
I have a new place in the art world, and it’s an interesting one. Thanks to my new interest in embroidery, I have become the maker of belt ends. Let me explain: My husband weaves belts and trim, and he’s made a few now for “foreign” royalty. One thing he wanted was a way to […]