Having had a father who was a Dungeons and Dragons enthusiast, it should come as no surprise to anyone that I was well acquainted with the strange and fantastical creatures that existed in the world he brought to life for me as a child.
Quirky interests, odd habits, and over-thinking things.
There is a difference between a craft store and a hobby store. It’s almost like the difference between a bookstore and a comic shop.
If motherhood were an adventure path in Dungeons and Dragons it would probably be the most frustrating and strangely convoluted game ever. Maybe almost as bad as the Call of Cthulhu because your sanity would constantly be at risk with all the fear of the unknown, anxiety of doing the right thing, and worry for […]
My faith has evolved over the course of my life, and as my life is by no means over, I’m sure my faith will continue to evolve.
Faith is defined as a believe without proof, and is most strongly associated with the believe in God and a particular religious following.
My father died when I was seven. That was too young for me to really know the man, but old enough to have a few precious memories, and develop an impression of who he was to me.
As mentioned in a previous post, males are the geekier of the species, but there are plenty of female geeks out there. Many of whom actually embrace the idea. I recently talked one of my female friends into joining me at Hero Con, held in Charlotte, NC…