Frosty Saturday

The weather is wanting to warm up, but the thick frost on the grass and the rooftops shows that old man Winter doesn’t want to give up the ghost just yet. At least we’re not getting slammed with storms like those in the Midwest, the Great Lakes area, and the Northeastern seaboard.

My mood and temperament are as mild as the weather. I’m warm with those who warm up to me, and give the cold shoulder to those who go out of their way to freeze me out. Talking to the face of a glacier is more productive than dealing with those types.

On that note, enjoy this re-packaged post of memes and quotes which were originally published on 25 January of 2017. They’re definitely worth seeing.


Saturday Saturnalia Reprise

This post was originally published in August of 2015. Here it is again, with a few new things thrown into the mix.


Saturday Stuff! (Re-blogged)

The weekend is going well in spite of the local flooding. My little corner of the world made the national news last night! Pretty exciting stuff.

Here’s a re-blog of some Saturday stuff.

I liked it so much the first time around that I decided it required a re-airing, especially after cleaning up the comment section.

The mindlessness needed to be tossed.


Eyrie Of An Aries

It’s Saturday night and I’m in a saucy mood…so, enjoy these five random clips! The first two are dedicated to a fellow blogger and friend out there, as he enjoys Doctor Who and Ren & Stimpy like I do…and that’s a rare and wonderful thing! The other three clips are in honour of my long-standing Saturday night ritual: watching the block of anime on Cartoon Network’s [adult swim]. I’ve been doing so for a decade, now!

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Three Songs on a Saturday!

The gaming continues in earnest, as there are a few events going on through the end of the month. These include an epic contest with awesome in-game and real-life prizes, the chance to earn three free crown crates whether you subscribe or not, a free mount for those who have the “full package,” and a free pet for everyone!

Enjoy the music, and be sure to check out my Twitch channel for the live-stream of in-game action. The caveat, as always, is the potential for crashes and other fun malfunctions when there is a higher-than normal in-game population stressing the gaming servers!


Five Songs on a Saturday!

Yesterday was quite busy and very productive, which made for a long day! Woke up at 0530 to get some things done; so much to do that we didn’t get home until 2310, then fell into bed and was asleep before my head hit the pillow.

I’m well-rested and refreshed this morning, and have a fun gaming event to participate in and broadcast. The show starts at high noon PDT, so click on the link here to watch the sewer-delving fun!

Time for a bit of music! Since I missed my ‘Five on Friday’ post, I offer up five of my favourite songs I listen to whilst gaming. Five songs from quite an extensive list! I can do many Friday posts about my personal faves in gaming music from time to time. That’s a good thing.


Saturday Songs: 10 June 2017 (Re-blogged)

Can’t talk. Gaming. Enjoy this re-blog of mine from June.


Eyrie Of An Aries

I’m shamelessly gaming over the weekend, but have a few pertinent posts in store, along with a couple of overdue excerpts…so, tune in to watch the action whilst enjoying the music, won’t you?


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My Top 5 Posts – Personal Faves!

I wanted to spotlight my own personal favourites when it comes to posts of mine that I’ve published to date. I seem to have been wasting my time when it came to re-blogging others, so it’s time to re-focus on myself and my writings, and get back to that shameless self-promotion!

First off, one of my side-hobbies is gaming. I enjoy one online game in particular; those who have been reading me from the beginning, or who know me personally, are aware that it is the phenomenon known as The Elder Scrolls Online. Some people, who have never played a video game of any sort, might think that I am an obsessive gamer. Those who actually play, however, consider me a ‘noob’ because I don’t spend every free second that I have on the game. It’s all about perspective, which many people appear to lack! At any rate, TESO has evolved considerably since it debuted in April of 2014. This post of mine from 31 January pays homage to this fantastic virtual world!

Socializing and enjoying the night-life was a ton of fun when I was in my early 20s; marriage and motherhood put a hold on it for a time, but it didn’t end altogether! When I first moved to Seattle after leaving Alaska, Club Vogue was the place to see and be seen – this post of mine from 10 March pays tribute to this awesome, bygone nightspot.

I’m fairly easy-going and relaxed, and am never really interested in fighting or arguing. That being said, I don’t like it when people play head-games, lie, or treat you like shit when you have done nothing but be kind to them. I find it interesting and amusing that a goodly number of people, who have complimented me on my “gentle nature” and what a “kind soul” I am, have vanished into the ether! I’m still the same person I was when they gave me those compliments, so go figure that out. Perhaps they got tangled up in some interwebs of deceit and can’t face the music?

One of those bullshitters pretended to give me a blogger-to-blogger interview back on 23 January, and I just can’t help re-posting my review of said shenanigans! The entire “interview” is in the comments section of the original post, as well as in my ‘Open Thread’ section to prove my point. Unfortunately, there are many out there who will continue to lie about their own crap, even when evidence exists of said crap! I’d say that it sucks to be them, but they are perfectly fine with being lying scumbags – good on them, eh?

I have an eye for beautiful places, people, and things, and dabble in photography from time to time. This post from 24 October, 2015, shows some of the objects which are most likely to catch my eye!

Last, but certainly not least: I write! My autobiography is completed and I’m working on getting it published. I also participated in the NaNoWriMo challenge last year, met it, and might do it again this year. My NaNoWriMo project was game-related fiction based on my primary in-game character, and I have posted a few excerpts from it here on my humble blog. This last link is one of my favourite excerpts, published on 22 March – it’s entitled “Comeuppance.”

I hope that you enjoyed these selections! I think that, if you don’t enjoy your own writings and creative offerings, who else will? Self-confidence and self-promotion begin with ‘self,’ after all!


Saturday Scenery: More o’ Morrowind!

I just wanted to share a few more screen-shots of the scenery and landscape that I see as I explore new lands…enjoy!

Shrine to the Goddess of Dawn and Dusk.

Another audience with the “Living God.”

Lava and creatures of fire abound…

…as do serene, scenic coastal pathways.

A mysterious moonlet hangs in the sky…

…a fragment cast from the distant volcano, perhaps?

The multi-tiered city is uniquely constructed.

Ancestral tombs dot the landscape…

…you can take rubbings for historic reference. Impress your fellow lore-masters!

An intrepid explorer…

…tinkers with a subterranean pipe-organ.

There are many fantastic sights to see in these new lands…the adventure continues!

Saturday Silliness: Whovian Edition!

Now that the new season of Doctor Who is in full swing, I figured that it was time for a bit o’ Whovian humour! Here we go…Allons-y, Geronimo, and…RUN, YOU CLEVER BOY!!!



Aaawwww, yyyessssss…my Big Dawgs did it! They trounced the Buffaloes 41 – 10 in the PAC-12 title game yesterday, and it was certainly worth watching! From the Seattle Times:

After all that, after all his heroics, they got his name wrong.

Taylor Rapp delivered the emphatic exclamation point to another dominant defensive performance for the Washington Huskies, earning the most valuable player award in a 41-10 victory over Colorado in the Pac-12 championship game Friday night. And for that the trophy presenter called him Tyler Rapp. The true-freshman safety from Bellingham quickly corrected the guy, and then held his MVP trophy aloft as teammates cheered. The No. 4 Huskies offered a course correction of their own, sending a message to anyone who might have doubted their credentials.

No way the College Football Playoff committee gets this one wrong. The Huskies (12-1) won their first conference championship since 2000, doing so in a fashion that should offer no debate about their worthiness for their first bid to the College Football Playoff. The CFP committee on Sunday will release its final rankings of the season, and the Huskies bolstered their case with a victory over a No. 9 Colorado team that came into the week holding out hope of a playoff berth of its own.

Rapp closed that door on the Buffaloes (10-3) when he returned an interception 35 yards for a touchdown on the first snap of the second half, extending UW’s lead to 21-7. On Colorado’s next possession, Rapp added his second interception of the game off Colorado’s Sefo Liufau. That set up a UW field goal to push the margin to 17 points, and continued a most impressive week for Rapp, who three days earlier was named the Pac-12’s defensive freshman of the year.

“It felt so good,” said Rapp, standing in the UW end zone with purple and gold confetti at his feet, his MVP trophy in his hands. “I’m still trying to take it all in right now. It’s so surreal. It feels like a dream.”

Safety Ezekiel Turner had UW’s third interception of the second half, and the Huskies held the Buffaloes (10-3) to 163 yards of total offense — and just 45 in the second half.”

I’m ecstatic – I love my Huskies! PURPLE AND GOLD, HEART AND SOUL!!! I think that such an awesome win warrants a bit of music, personally…so, enjoy these five selections – I’m going to do some gaming, in the meantime!


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