2019 is almost over, and so is this particular decade. I am also going to be, gasp, 39 in March. I am moving into this year with a passion and a purpose that I haven't felt in a long time. I am feeling more creative too, and I am ready to get into this new... Continue Reading →
Wench photo with the Queen! Get my major changed to creative Writing. Attend both days the last weekend of Ohio Renaissance Festival Get autographs from Rasputina (Melora Creager) Finish Blogtober strong (I get a book if I do) Rennie outing to Book Loft? Get Wench tattoo Participate and succeed in NaNoWriMo (Are you participating? Link... Continue Reading →
Please enjoy this video of the full Santa Sonny and Cher experience from Craftin' Outlaws Alternative Craft Fair.
I love those insane holiday movies produced by Hallmark, Freeform, Netflix and others. They make me laugh and occassionally cry, and they always have a happy ending. What makes them great is that you can absolutely see where the story is going in the first five or ten minutes and then you can just sit... Continue Reading →
Columbus has over the past couple of years really embraced the darker side of Christmas which has led to a prevalence of Krampus related activities. This year the first day of December was marked with the second annual Merry Krampus craft show and the Fourth Krampus Walk sponsored by a local pagan shop, The Magical... Continue Reading →
On Saturday the 30th Seth and I went out to support Ohio Roller Derby (OHRD) at their fundraiser/ exhibition bout Skatemare Before Christmas. This bout pits team Halloween, The Roller Ghouls, against team Christmas, The Jingle Belles. They also premiered their rookies dividing them into team Candy Corns versus team CandyCanes. I came out to... Continue Reading →
I have certain books that I read/ listen to on audiobook every year around the holidays. It just doesn't feel like Christmas/ Yule without them. Holidays on Ice by David Sedaris - This book includes the famous Santaland Diaries and is a must read if you haven't. I highly recommend getting the audiobook because David... Continue Reading →
It is officially the holiday season!! I have been making little purchases here and there for a month, but now it is here and the decorations can finally go up now that Santa has paraded into Herald Square in the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade. Here is a small collection of things that I purchased before I... Continue Reading →