I just love this park. It is located off of Main Street, near downtown Kennesaw. I started going there when I lived in Kennesaw about 10 years ago. It has a 1+ mile paved track that goes around a little something for everyone. Two playgrounds, one for the littles, one for the bigs. Woodchips have … Continue reading Swift Cantrell Park, Kennesaw, Georgia
Like any mama with fur babies, or any kind of baby, I love to photograph them and share them with the world. Take a look at my new gallery!
Water running. Son laughing. Car revving. Jet passing. Propeller plane overhead. Water drips. Drip. Drip. Loud truck passes. Swish. Tinnitus between sounds. Thoughts come, thoughts go. Ommmmmmmmm. Dog barking. Husband walking. Clanking of things. All of these, sounds of modern life. Sounds I tune out as I live in my head. But a feeling of … Continue reading March 26, 2022 – Soundscapes
Overall Rating: 5/5 We have stayed on Jekyll Island before at the Days Inn back in 2018. At this point we have visited a couple of Georgia's barrier islands: Tybee Island and Hilton Head, on normal family vacations. We didn't really know what to expect. I didn't research. I just assumed it would be like … Continue reading Jekyll Island Campground
Why Cosplay? Why a Dalek? For many years I have attended DragonCon, a very multi-interest convention of geek, sci-fi, tech, fantasy and horror that is very famous for its seasoned cosplayers. From amateur cosplayers (like me) to professionals (like these guys), cosplay is both encouraged and enjoyed by all who attend. 2018 was the first … Continue reading The Art of Dalek Cosplay
Christmas of 2018 has come and gone, and life has since resumed a some what normal schedule. It was crazy for a little while. The husband had an out of town trip, my son got sick, then I got sick, and work got a bit crazy. I digress. This is a blog about making soap! … Continue reading Soap making… that’s it?
Over a year and a half ago, I decided to turn my guest room that was hardly ever used into a crafting/hobby room. We had started a project to add a roof on our porch and the original contractor left before it was finished. So, we were stuck with an unfinished roof on the deck. … Continue reading The Crafting Room 2.0 – Not a WorkBox
I was approached by a professor on LinkedIn one night. She asked me if I would be interested in giving a presentation to her mobile development class at Georgia State University. I gave it a night to think about it, and decided sure I would. How great. I have never heard of a college offering … Continue reading Closing the Gap: Education & Industry