If you haven’t read Part I, you should do that now. Context is key. Where did I leave off? Ah yes, standing at the gates of hell watching the realtor unclip the skeleton key from a silver chain around her neck. FIRST IMPRESSIONS As you’ll recall, Rob and I are touring the house at this … Continue reading House Hunters|Supernatural Edition:Part II
REAL-ESTATE 101 Rob and I have been looking for a house for about 4 months, now. Aside from the donut holes and chocolate chip cookies served at the open houses, it’s second only to emptying the diaper genie as far as terrible things that have happened to me in my life. I like to think searching … Continue reading House Hunters|Supernatural Edition: PART I
Should we talk about Comic Con? Let’s talk about Comic Con. And let me preface this by saying, I AM SO SORRY I didn’t live tweet this. I mean, I don’t think I’ve ever tweeted anything, but this would have been a good time to start. Fortunately for you, since I’m a dedicated writer (bwahaha) … Continue reading Comic Con
I’m 28 today. I would be surprised to find someone who could say that their life had turned out the way they had imagined. Writing that, I also have to point out that I recognize the melodrama and yes, I know I’m not on my deathbed, but still. This is my blog so don’t try … Continue reading Here’s what I’ve learned
Its been a MONTH since I’ve posted anything. And my last post was outsourced to Rob so technically I haven’t posted anything in #forevs. Because I got a job. Like an idiot. Turns out, when you have a job, small humans to care for, and laundry that multiplies like a bad staph infection, your free time … Continue reading There’s no ‘i’ in ‘tired’. Wait.
Kasey asked me to provide a movie review for Superman v. Batman: Dawn of Justice. Before reading, please note the following items which will context: I will see anything with Superman in it, and almost anything with Batman in it. To be clear, this is not hyperbole. If you made a sweded Superman movie in your … Continue reading Rob Reviews Batman V Superman
Since the dawn of time there has been speculation regarding hell (Right? Someone fact-check that). Where is it? What’s it like? Who runs the place? The answer? TSA. TSA security, that’s who. A volcanic chasm made from liquid hot magma lined with unreliably-weighted stanchions as far as the eye can see. Nobody speaks the same language, its … Continue reading A Portrait of the Artist as a TSA Agent