Well, this year flew by.... seriously. I haven't posted since June. eek! (btw, the screenplay is still in the works!) I looked back at my bucket list post -- and I did a pretty good job of keeping up with my promises 🙂 Definitely doing this again for 2014! Let's recap: 1. Lose at least… Continue reading So long, 2013!
My interests are colliding. Sports and geek culture, and how females have to deal with a lot of showing their sincerity or true commitment. This seems to be a common trend in male-dominated realms such as these. First, I read this blog post from @metsgrrl, which hit home for a lot of female sports fans… Continue reading Just in time for Women’s History Month…
So, I tried out Tumblr, and I don't think I'll continue blogging there regularly. Why? 1. I'm a creature of habit, and I'm used to WordPress. But, at the same time, I always want to try new things. There were certain perks with Tumblr, it has cool designs and it's simple to get started. But,… Continue reading The Tumblr Experiment
And, yes, it is because this tortuous and painful baseball season will be over. The worst case scenario for Mets fans has occurred: Yankees vs Phillies in the World Series, and the Mets blogosphere is all about who Mets fans should root for, and why would shouldn't root at all. I started watching the Mets… Continue reading Thanksgiving needs to get here fast!
I attended my first library conference, American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference in Chicago, IL. I flew into O'Hare Airport on Friday morning, and left on Tuesday afternoon. It was my first visit to Chicago as well... I'll sprinkle in some of my culinary adventures as well. But, I think I'll need to dedicate a… Continue reading Surviving ALA Annual