Take heart, I have overcome the world.
– Jesus of Nazareth
I’m taking a week off around here — see you next week!
This is too good not to share. I tried to track down a source and failed. Love it!
I’ve been reminded lately that I love books. I love them because they are a chance to create a world that is better, a world that is different. I love reading a book and going on an adventure. I love watching the heroine change the world and be changed by the journey. I love books. […]
I’ve always enjoyed using the word Catastrophe. ca·tas·tro·phe noun \kə-ˈtas-trə-(ˌ)fē\ : a terrible disaster Full Definition of CATASTROPHE 1: the final event of the dramatic action especially of a tragedy 2: a momentous tragic event ranging from extreme misfortune to utter overthrow or ruin 3a: a violent and sudden change in a feature of the earth b: a violent […]
Pathfinder is a fairly recent (2011) release from Orson Scott Card. I’m surprised to find myself struggling to describe it, but I think it’s because there’s so much setup early in the book that I can’t come up with anything that isn’t a spoiler. Here’s what works about this book: there is both a system […]
I am a sap for model trains. Thanks dad. This guy is living the dream:
I am a wimp. A push-over. I have been called “the Pillsbury Dough Boy” by an employer, and it wasn’t a comment on my weight. At least, he said it wasn’t. I think that probably informs my approach to antagonism. My preference is to positively state what i believe to be true, engage honest dialogue […]
ab·surd adjective \əb-ˈsərd, -ˈzərd\ : extremely silly, foolish, or unreasonable : completely ridiculous Full Definition of ABSURD 1: ridiculously unreasonable, unsound, or incongruous<an absurd argument> 2: having no rational or orderly relationship to human life :meaningless<an absurd universe>; also: lacking order or value <an absurd existence> – from Merriam-Webster.com I abuse this word. It’s a good […]
There are no secrets to success. It is the result of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure. – Colin Powell