Varied posts from the A to Z Challenge held in April.
For the last three years I have streamed video games as a charity event for an organization called StackUP! Starting a week before Memorial day and running until Veterans day. I Stream games to raise money to support our Veterans and their Families. The… Continue Reading “S is for StackUP!”
Welp, Zoo’s are not in vogue anymore for certain. I am unsure about this posting because of, well, many reasons. I like Zoo’s I have good memories of going to the Zoo. I have good memories of taking my kids to the zoo. For… Continue Reading “The Zoo.”
Weir right? Struck me as Funny and this is the letter “Y” as in why, why, why… are we doing this to ourselves lol. happy Last day of A to Z congrats on getting here!!! that’s why, it’s nice to finish, and yes, I… Continue Reading “Why “Y” Are “R” You “U” Here?”
Every damn year, Every one of them. A to Z challenge I get to “X” and I do a word search… or I do something cute like X marks the spot or something weird like X-Files. This year… here ya go a pile of… Continue Reading “Words that start with X, or should!”
Real life. From a real mom. Raising real little people.
Horror Reviews with a Heart
Talks about Data Science, AI, Machine Learning, Cybersecurity, Deep Learning. You got the Idea...
"Very few of us are what we seem." -Agatha Christie
Tales from the hutch
Space exploration and development - more than numbers
Changing the way you think, changes the way you feel.
Home of Monty Vern
"Whatever you do, don´t stop writing, write only for yourself if that´s what you want". It might sound as nothing, but in a time in which I doubted so much about myself, it meant the world for me.
Figuring Out the Stuff Between the Beginning and the End
Exploring and celebrating the tabletop hobby
Leveling up through Baking, Books & Creativity
On the Way to Wholeness
“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” — Maya Angelou
by Sindia M. Rivera-Jiménez, Ph.D.
From the mind of an English professor