Navy carrier, which is promptly boarded by Atlas forces. Last night I watched the XTC: Bailey Brooke in white Stockings pumped with Cock. Peta Jensen
I was staying with a friend at some townhome community outside of the near future Toronto area. Only they were all dome homes, built with repurposed materials. Hundreds of dome homes. A dome home utopia. With Tolkien-esque waterfalls and mountains as a backdrop.
The dream was partially work related our company has a Toronto office and travel inspired, as my impending trip is on my mind. Hit up my social network for Dublin and Rome area suggestions.
Now at the top of my list? This weekend is a doozy. My son turns Which brings to mind the Patton Oswalt bit about birthdays which I have mentioned here before. But we will be wasting cake and paper to celebrate. Because I love my man-ling. Short work weeks often feel like an eternity and this one was no exception. That was me all week long. Happy to be home now but already glued to the couch and too tired to cook.
My son made himself dinner and managed to set off the spooky talking smoke alarms. Attempting to rally now so I can feed myself, then hang out with friends tonight. Working on balancing self-care and social activities. School is back in session and there are only a couple of weeks to squeeze in summer fun before the Fall Equinox. This has been one of our most un-fun summers ever, and that was after a particularly brutal winter. Last week I did spend a paranormal evening with Alice Cooper.
And changed outfits between each song. Sunday we made it to the RenFest and lucked out with perfect weather but not very heavy crowds. Labor Day we had a delightful housewarming party at our new place. While prepping for that I managed to drop my phone and crack its screen. The last time I cracked a phone screen was on another Labor Day, in What the hecking heck? Speaking of bittersweet endings, this one is a little more permanent than the changing of seasons.
Earlier tonight my son and I watched the series finale for our beloved Adventure Time. And every year we hang an Adventure Time wall calendar in our kitchen. Obviously there are times when it is rough, without a reliable co-parent or safety net. All kinds of feelings were felt at our house recently, just before the kid left town to visit his grandparents.
Much of what was going on with him had little to do with me. Nor was I pleased to find his purple hair dye had gotten all over multiple surfaces around the house, including my bath towel.
We were off to a better start the next morning. Until I took a look at his passport. The kid was flying out to the West Coast to spend time with his paternal grandparents. They had planned to visit Vancouver again. Well, his passport expired last month. But I was miserably ill May, June and July and focused on our sudden and all encompassing house move so that little detail slipped through the cracks.
He flies home tomorrow night. Hopefully with lower levels of teen angst. He starts his new school program next week. The Exchange of Energy Saturday, October 6, There are many similar pieces out there but here are two of the best: Join us or help out, if you can. Filed in cooking , food , life , travel Comments 0. Goodnight Nobody Thursday, September 27, And listening to the love fest with him on The Nod was just the thing. Warm fuzzies and hopefulness. And season three of LeVar Burton Reads is fantastic.
Interesting that he selects a lot of short stories with disappointing, stupid and selfish male characters. The return of Veronica Mars.
And season three of The Good Place will be starting up again too. Thank you Kristen Bell. The Long Night podcast.
I lay in bed, in my dark room, binge listening to episodes wanting to know what was going to happen next. Also late to the party on the band Khruangbin. Thoroughly enjoying them this morning. They are performing in Minneapolis in November. Last night I watched the XTC: This Is Pop documentary.
It flipped all my nostalgia switches. A positive step today: Filed in Uncategorized Comments 0. Viewer Discretion Advised Sunday, September 23, But here are Five Good Things gleaned in recent days: Also incredible, in a different way: Spiders blamed after broken siren played creepy nursery rhymes randomly at night to UK townsfolk.
Season 3 of Serial is out! And the first two episodes are downright gripping. Saw this tweet trending and was intrigued. I have to admit, I was not familiar with the original song but I appreciate the cover. Filed in hodge-podge , movies , music Comments 0. Filed in life , travel Comments 0. Experience Magnifier Tuesday, September 18, Even with a busy weekend I managed to binge watch Season 5 of Bojack Horseman.
And it was as wonderful as ever. One episode was particularly affecting. That show makes me feel so many feelings. Over the weekend my neighbors introduced me to my new favorite ginger beer , from Australia. Managed to get a ticket to the Mountain Man show at The Cedar. Always in the Dark Friday, September 14, I knew all about that. But I missed this morsel about a private in-store performance this evening at Electric Fetus.
Thankfully a friend gave me the heads up and I will be attending. Drinking from a fire hose. I take in dribs and drabs. Thankfully we have Reply All to catch us up on the highlights. That was one fantastic podcast episode. And I found out in a funny way. And HBO has enough faith in it to give them a second season before the first one has even aired.
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