Satellite Tomatoes are out of this world!

By Kerry

You all know that I cannot resist a classic Betty Crocker cook book. So, when I found a copy of “Betty Crocker’s Outdoor Cook Book” at the thrift store, I could not pass it up. I used to think Betty could never disappoint me…but she is drawing a gender line in the sand when it […] Read more…

(Not Quite) Chock-Full O’Links (July 31st Edition)

By Kerry

Seriously, where did July go? I’m in my typical month-end frenzy, so no time to collect cool links (as I have not had much internet-ing time). However, I did have time to view what may be the cutest video of all time… I literally teared up at how cute this is. Even Suge, the notoriously […] Read more…

My first Spoonflower fabric design!

By Kerry

I’m super excited to have finally crossed a major creative “to do” off my list! I designed my first fabric for Spoonflower. If you’re not familiar with Spoonflower, it is an awesome website that lets you upload designs to be printed on fabric, wallpaper, or gift wrap – or you can shop the unique designs. […] Read more…

Chock-Full O’Links (July 24th Edition)

By Kerry

Well, Friday links are late today, due to a rain delay. Our street flooded this morning. Glenn was away at a work function – so, with the water slowly creeping up our front yard – I decided to start moving the comic collection to higher ground at the back of the house. If you’re not […] Read more…

Free PDF Pattern: Vintage-Inspired Goat Embroidery

By Kerry

One of my personal goals this year is to do more creative projects. In an effort to get into a groove with it – and because structure helps me function – I decided to assign a monthly theme to base the projects around. This month, the theme is goats. Why goats? Funny you should ask. […] Read more…

Trashy Paperback Tuesday: Magic Seeds – No!

By Kerry

Book Title: Beanstalk Author: John Rackham Year Published: 1973 Tagline: Magic Seeds – NO! Galactic History – YES! The Elevator Pitch: It’s Jack & the Beanstalk…but in space! With nudity! 158 pages of teeny, tiny type. Even in less than 200 pages, this book manages to give excruciatingly detailed descriptions of pretty much everyone and everything. In fact, [SPOILER […] Read more…

Chock-Full O’Links (July 17th Edition)

By Kerry

Yay! It’s finally Friday and time for some oven-fresh links! Like these sculptures made from old VHS tapes by artist Philip Ob Rey. These printable Red Riding Hood & Wolf bookmarks. The page is in French, but you’ll figure it out – or you’re French and don’t need to figure it out. Either way, cute […] Read more…

Tabletop Review – Ticket to Ride – Original Game & App Review!

By Glenn

Today, Kerry and I review Ticket to Ride, one of the most popular contemporary board games on the market. As of this writing, Ticket to Ride ranks 84th out of over 78,000 board games listed on http://www.boardgamegeek.com! As this game was released in 2004, this ranking is a testament to its appeal. At first glance, […] Read more…

Abandoned Fandoms: Stuff I just gave up on

By Kerry

Sometimes, you reach a point with a show where you’ve had enough. In the past few years, I’ve gotten burnt out on a number of shows that I used to consider “appointment television.” I’ve had issues with the “sexposition” on HBO’s Game of Thrones from the beginning (seriously, if you don’t think people can pay […] Read more…

Virgin Excursion, AKA Art Collecting at Our First HeroesCon!

By Glenn

Over the past few years, I’ve become really disheartened by the quality of the comic book conventions in our area (central Florida). The Tampa Bay Comic Con has become a TV and movie celebrity con, and the MegaCon in Orlando has morphed into an anime con with a huge helping of media guests. That becomes […] Read more…

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