Tag: A to Z Challenge

Frederick the Roomba Vacuum

This is a simple Ode to Frederick our Roomba Rambling around the carpet in lines,The rooms, and every carpet spaceignoring all signsCleaning, rolling, leaving no trace.Roomba, name of Frederick short of height.now cleans and spirals, routing by memorydodging left and right cleaning all in… Continue Reading “Frederick the Roomba Vacuum”

What ever happened to Quiet?

How many of us can remember the weight of quiet. The blanket of nothing that could be cast over a room. Kids, my kids at lest don’t have any sense of what quiet can actually be. They think a lack of spoken word, of… Continue Reading “What ever happened to Quiet?”

Procrastinate – That’s Me!

Indeed, I am in fact a Procrastinator. I procrastinate, well… not all the time but when I don’t procrastinate it’s because I am pre-crastinating. Yes, it is a word, meaning to go crazy at something right away, usually half assed and blindly. It’s bad… Continue Reading “Procrastinate – That’s Me!”

Optimism – Something I generally lack.

This year for the A to Z challenge, I was not overtly optimistic. It’s hard for me to do that but I managed it. Seems like I did it with good reason, at least on half of the goal. You see not only are… Continue Reading “Optimism – Something I generally lack.”

Moms With Messy Buns

Real life. From a real mom. Raising real little people.

A Huffle of Horror

Horror Reviews with a Heart

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George's Guinea Pig World

Tales from the hutch


Storyteller Blog

Zapata Talks NASA

Space exploration and development - more than numbers


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Monty’s Blahg

Home of Monty Vern

Musings of a CowCorn (Vakicornius Chocolatus Rex)

"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.

The Confusing Middle

Figuring Out the Stuff Between the Beginning and the End

No Rerolls

Exploring and celebrating the tabletop hobby

Gen-Xer Remix

Leveling up through Baking, Books & Creativity

A Multitude of Musings

On the Way to Wholeness

The Dreamgirl Writes

“Love recognizes no barriers. It jumps hurdles, leaps fences, penetrates walls to arrive at its destination full of hope.” — Maya Angelou

The Engineering Professor

by Sindia M. Rivera-Jiménez, Ph.D.

The Englishist

From the mind of an English professor