A very long while since there was new content posted to LookingBackwards. Part of that is that I’m experiencing computer difficulties, my aging laptop is trying to die on me, and my desktop already has. The other part is that … Continue reading →
House Amberwood was established by Aislynn of Amberwood in the year A.S. XVI when she first joined the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc (SCA), as a part of the incipient Shire of Darkwell in the Kingdom of Caid. Alaric Wulfgar, … Continue reading →
Pardon the dust as we rearrange things and make a few remodels. Not everything has been delivered and a few things have been broken in transit.
Happy Monday! Let’s all celebrate the new week with a little sweet justice, in the form of a tale of woe plucked from Reddit: An anonymous dude is very upset that, after he maneuvered his “big girl” girlfriend into an … Continue reading →
On dealing with “bad memories” – likely applicable to any number of related issues, such as PTSD. Better way to deal with bad memories suggested — ScienceDaily.
Well, it appears that the huge out of state contributors to the No on I-522 campaign have managed to buy yet another election. http://vote.wa.gov/results/current/State-Measures-Initiative-to-the-Legislature-522-Concerns-labeling-of-genetically-engineered-foods_ByCounty.html Their biggest claim was that it would raise food prices. I disagree, companies redesign labels for … Continue reading →
and everything she touches changes. The current plan is that this coming week (hopefully on my birthday) I will be filing paperwork for my legal name change, which means dealing with a number of governmental bureaucracies – one of my … Continue reading →
I found this post on bullying saved as a draft from last year – looking it over, I probably had more to add, including some of the referenced links from my Facebook page – which by then had been deleted … Continue reading →
Back in 2009, I put together a quick list of pagan run or pagan-friendly charities and scholarships. I’m certain that some of those links are by now out of date, and there may be new ones that should be included. … Continue reading →