I got a Christmas card from the nice folks at the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) – the Climate Witness division. You may recall the article I wrote for them concerning the pitiful state of Lake Lanier (speaking of which, the scientific review of my story is now available). The card reminded me of… Continue reading A Comment on the Weather
@MEaves I didn’t see you in the DragonCon parade! What happened to you guys? Balthazar *loved* it anyway. # @mdotadotx Got busted today by the wife for wearing linen after Labor Day. Maybe my wool fedora will make up for it. # Powered by Twitter Tools.
Wake-up, coffee, parade, lunch. The morning just flew by, but being a drummer in the parade was a blast! We all took a part in it; Fox dancing, Jeff as PeeWee Herman, and Amanda as Ms. Yvonne. I was able to work with the crowd more this year and give out some nods and smiles… Continue reading Costume Parade on Peachtree St.
It occurred to me half-way through this week that I hadn’t really said anything about DragonCon on my blog. Well, it’s that time again! The wife, and our surrogate siblings have been extremely busy – staying up into the wee-hours – to get things ready for the event. Whether it was finishing up other work… Continue reading DragonCon 2007
Always hilarious and oft insightful, Cecil Adams writes information tidbits in newspaper columns around the nation as well as his own books. One is given the sense that Cecil is all-knowing, though the occaisional smart-ass will prove this technicall incorrect. I own one of his books and enjoyed very much. I now read the website… Continue reading Cecil Gives us the ‘Straight Dope’
And it’s Fall! I’ve literally been counting down the days for the last week. Fall marks the end of shaving, cooler temperatures, Halloween, Autumnal smells, among many others. I look forward to what this season will bring us. I believe one thing it will bring us this year is a visit to the corn maze… Continue reading The Fall of Summer
Saturday morning marked two firsts for us. One was that we were in Atlanta for DragonCon early enough to actually see the parade. The second was that we were actually in the parade! Not only that, we were part of the debut of drumming and dancing in the parade’s attendance. We got up at 7:00am… Continue reading Dragon*Con 2006: Day 2
Today marks the first day of DragonCon for Amy and I – it’s 2:00am on Saturday, but it was at 7:00am Friday morning when we began. It took us all day Friday to take care of things at home and get to Atlanta where Amy’s photography would be on exhibition in the DragonCon Art Show.… Continue reading Dragon*Con 2006: Day 1
It’s getting down to the wire and it looks like we just scored a room at the Marriott Marquis for Dragon*Con weekend, thanks to Mike Eaves. He’s one of the other drummers on the Silk Roads track and in the Dragon*Con drumming circle. I’m sure I’ve mentioned the apparent misalignment with drumming and Sci-Fi/Fantasy, but… Continue reading 6 Days ’till Dragon*Con 2006
I was supposed to have gone to the gay pride parade in Atlanta to shoot a video for one of the food vendors. A friend asked me to come make a commercial for him while he was there, though we never got our plan straightened out in time. I has told several people at work… Continue reading Blue Nails