So, normally I read a ton. Lately, however, I guess I've been busier than I realized. I haven't finished a book in ages, though I have a couple I'm working on right now. I'm reading both The Unwilling Warlord by Lawrence Watt Evans, a book I've been wanting to read for quite some time now… Continue reading Speed-reading, I am not
Okay... so, Camelot is closed, the set has been struck, and the party has been partied. In theory, this means I will be returning to my regularly scheduled blog activity. However, I am making no promises. I will admit to wiping my Google Reader slate clean, so if you had anything particularly spectacular happen in… Continue reading Back, Perhaps
Okay. So I've been officially poked and prodded now, and have been asked where I am. Here's the short answer: The long answer is that I've been busier than I expected to be with CAMELOT, and haven't been online as much as normal. Things have been crazy-busy, and I have barely had time to keep… Continue reading Oops.
13 Things Left To Do Before Opening Night I'm working with a production of CAMELOT in San Jose, and we open on Saturday. And I'm sure I can still find 13 things that need to be done between now and curtain... (That is, of course, why this is called "Hell Week.") Lancelot's chainmail (I'm fixing… Continue reading Thursday 13 #79 ~ CAMELOT
I found an old hard copy of this not long ago (I got it from a friend in college), and thought I'd share it here . . . Any musicians that dare to try this will earn points! (Points toward what, I'm not sure . . .) (Click through to the Flickr page and select… Continue reading Kicks
13 Classic Books I Intend To Read As an English major, I read a lot of books. They weren't all "classics," however. I took a lot of classes that focused on more "modern" books, things that pushed the envelope for OUR era, instead of some OTHER era. So, I intend to go back and read… Continue reading Thursday 13 #78 ~ Classics
Today's WIP Wednesday is the produce edition. (That's my hand, not my foot, FYI.) Namely, the Nanner Socks! (Pattern by Wendy Johnson of WendyKnits, and no longer available.) And the "produce edition: because not only are they named after a fruit, they're being made with corn. Well, corn fiber. Of some kind. I'm guessing corn… Continue reading Fruit and Veg