Category Archives: Grief

Post HasCon Thoughts

Prime and I met up with a friend of ours this afternoon/evening. We spent some time, shooting the breeze about various things and naturally, the subject of HasCon popped up. Here’s where things get interesting, to say the very least. … Continue reading

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“Here We Are, At the End…”

This was the view I had earlier tonight; the always lovely Fox Cities Stadium. This was the second to last home game of the year for the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. It was also my last game of the season. Although … Continue reading

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Changes

We have some color on the trees now. It isn’t a lot, but I can see some insistent little yellow patches dotted on the nearby woods. Some are small enough to where if you blink, you can miss them. Others … Continue reading

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Everything, Every Thing

There’s a great post on Love Joy Feminism right now that I recommend you read: If America is a TV show, this season feels increasingly dark. All of it is good. All of it is relevant. All of it rings of … Continue reading

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Taking It Less Than Well

On Tuesday, Prime and I were going to take in a Brewers game, as we had tickets. However, the best laid plans of Bots and flesh creatures can, and often do, go awry. That happened during the afternoon. The plans … Continue reading

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Cutting the Strings

It was like a dream; after all those years of pleading, I was finally able to go to Disney World. Finally, I was able to wander the streets of the Disney-MGM Studios, finally I was able to get pictures of … Continue reading

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“Silence like a cancer grows”

There is no easy way to say this: we’ve lost June Foray. If you were a child in the 1970s or 1980s, there is a good chance that you know her voice, if not necessarily her name. Aunt May from Spider-Man … Continue reading

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