True Facts about (my obsession with*) Ze Frank Ze Frank was the man to popularized Vloging. He had two runs of vlogs. I caught A Show phase in twenty-twelve, when the Vlogbrothers talked about his show that inspired them to vlog. I fell in love with Ze Frank’s vlogs and Ze Frank’s honesty. He was…Read more True Facts about (*) Ze Frank
It is a beautiful summer day. Heavy drops of rain plummet to the ground. They leave a steady drum healthily rolling in the distance. The sun is hid and the temperature is sunk. It is a perfect day to read. I recently made a video that details my summer reading and suggested books for others.…Read more Summer Reading
I’ve been writing and putting out video pretty regularly. It has felt like a recovery but I don’t know what I recovered from. I feel like I have always been working, writing, making jokes, hating lists-- I have been trying to improve and work very hard. I put up YouTube videos. I write short…Read more In Search of Solid Land
https://youtu.be/JBQA1TNuK_4 Sword Art Online Progressive is the latest improvement on a the popular series but it is still a hot mess. The draft of a work can show completely different stories. John Green accounted in his Vlogbrothers videos that he had twelve years of drafts for his story The Fault in Our Stars and that…Read more Does the Comic/Manga Sword Art Online Progressive Improve SAO?
This video is about my relationship with other writers. To add a little more context. I got a lot of my encouragement from writers and readers on this website. I meet several times a week with groups of writers who teach each other lessons and workshop each other. If there is one thing every…Read more Other Writers are not my Competitors
https://youtu.be/YNYqMtl1C1Y It is Project for Awesome again! I am raising awareness for NaNoWriMo and sharing the story of how I won. DFTBA
There is going to be some real cute food and craft blogs coming from BeesKnees
If I had to sum up what I want this blog to be about in 4 words they’d be: crafting, cooking, living, learning.
Growing up I spent a lot of time reading and doing arts and crafts, but it’s only been in the past few years of living on my own that I’ve started learning to cook and do household chores. My family relied heavily on convenience foods and the housework went mostly undone. Nobody taught me how to do these things, it’s been a process of seeking out resources and experimenting. I didn’t have a domestically-inclined grandmother living nearby to show me what she knew. As Alanna Okun says in her book of crafting essays, The Curse of the Boyfriend Sweater, “Sometimes the grandmother is YouTube”.
I want to use this blog to document the recipes and ideas I’ve tried for my own reference, but also to share with others.
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One-one-two-three blazed, leaving the ceiling, wall, and top of the dresser aglow in a maroon haze. He tried not to look at it. He tried to ignore the buzzing of the electronic. He felt every high pitched release of the springs underneath him. The ends of his teeth stood taught to one another, his jaw…Read more If you Give an Eye a Mote