Monday, November 30, 2015

Conservation, Conversation, and Vera

I haven't talked much lately.

I mean, I haven't really opened up my yap and spoke over the past few days.

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Giving Thanks, Receiving Welcome, and Vera

Even though today in particular isn't a great day physically (severe pains from the lower abdomen are resurfacing where pain meds can not reach), I am thankful.

Even though I have lost some steam in my blog the few months, I am thankful.

Even though azzchickens get on my nerves like peanut butter on jelly, I am thankful.

Even though the money is not what it used to be, I am thankful.

Even though the Madamobile may be on her last legs, to the point where she will be sold in 2016, I am thankful.

I just am.  No rhyme or reason, I just am.

Friday, November 20, 2015

The Incredible Amateurish Review, My Big Fat Ukrainian-American Opinion, and Vera

This should be fun.

Today, I present to you a review of the album "The Incredible True Story" by Logic.  However, despite that I literally break down the songs and scenes one at a time, at least you can get a feel for what the album is really about, and my perception of the album (which I am safe to say, isn't the perception most people would get).

Here we go.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

War, Peace, and Vera

Over the past several weeks, I've been irritated.

Constantly being reminded of things that I no longer want in my life. Every. Single. Day.

After a period of despair and consolation. I have decided that I had enough. That I am going to take matters into my own hands.

Friday, November 6, 2015

The Outlook, the Podcast, and Vera

I have some gnarly news to share with you. Get excited!

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Abusers, Empowerment, and Vera

(Edited on 20151204: the point was made)

Trigger/Content Warning (TW/CW): this blog post contains mentions of abuse, assault, domestic violence, and rape. Reader discretion is advised.

Autistics Speaking Day, the Oberammergau Passion Play, and Vera

Note: this blog post discusses about grown (see "mature" or "adult") themes, and may not be suitable for a general audience. Reader discretion is advised.