Friends, do the math, 2009 was 10 years ago and that means I must enthrall you with a tale of that year from my prospective as a modern day internet writer. Here’s what you need to know:Continue reading “2009 time hop!”
Wether you’re a dog person or a cat person, you’ve no doubt busted your buns and your forearms trying to get their fur out of your carpets. You’ve tried vacuums with fancy attachments, rug doctors, rug professors, and even rug lawyers – and the hair persists.
Cover image by Viergacht
I just finished reading “First, We Make the Beast Beautiful” by Sarah Wilson. It’s the first book I’ve read, maybe ever, in which I was frantically taking notes while reading it. My spouse and I have been struggling with anxiety lately, and this book really got to me. I found the words and exercises very helpful, and I figured I’d share my rather unfocused notes with you. Maybe they’ll spark your interest and you’ll read the book too! I should note that I’m also seeing a therapist to help with my anxiety and depression. I wouldn’t want you to think that reading alone is a viable treatment for anxiety.Continue reading “Making the beast beautiful”
I’ve recently snapped some publicity photos for my spouse’s theatre company. What do you think?Continue reading “Stage Rage theatre photos”
I just finished up a week long vacation in which I built a greenhouse in my backyard. I love DIY projects, the adventure, the problem solving, all of it! And I usually make a lot of mistakes. For example, the stone walk-way I built last year was dug too low, and I’ll have to raise it up this year. I’d love your opinions / critiques of my greenhouse-building process.Continue reading “Backyard Greenhouse”
A few years back, my pal Stephen got us a Jetpack sign for our now deprecated office. I’ve finally painted the old sign, which now can be considered vintage because the logo has been redesigned. I used One Shot paints to make the logo and lettering nice and glossy, and I used standard flat interior paint for contrast. I’m pleased with the results, and I plan on gifting this shiny thing to Derek. ( He doesn’t read my blog, so I’m not really spoiling anything for him. )
Anyway, have a peak:Continue reading “Vintage Jetpack Sign”