1001 books

At least. At least 1000 books. I counted one section that had medium-sized books on it (meaning that some books on the case are thinner and some are thicker) and that section had 34 books. There are 30 sections. That’s 1020 books. But, I also put my dad’s ashes on …

Sassinak

Sassinak by Anne McCaffrey My rating: 2 of 5 stars I do hate to give this book only a 2, but… 3 stars said “I liked it” and “it was OK” is really closer to the truth. Moon and McCaffrey are two amazing authors, and I do love me a …

MOAR BOOKCASES

Yesterday I had a work flip-out. You all probably are tired of hearing about my constant fight for space (not against Tim, but against myself) — the ceramic studio used to be a book room, and slowly over the last two years I’ve had to double- and triple-stack mass market …

MOAR BEBEH HEADS

Who would have thought these would be so popular? I guess I didn’t really think about who my friends are when I thought “now here’s a wacky idea of something I should make.” I did just buy a second baby head mold like this one, so that I can make …

Still a two-dog family

When it came down to making the decision yesterday, I just couldn’t do it. Yes, she’s in pain. Yes, she sleeps all the time. Yes, her legs sometimes fall out from underneath her. Yes, her coat looks horrible no matter what I do. No, she doesn’t get up to greet …

Thomas the Rhymer

Thomas the Rhymer by Ellen Kushner My rating: 3 of 5 stars I do love a good reworking of a classic tale, and while not a complete re-imagining, this was a good, rich story that gave new insight while still remaining true to the original myth. The character of Thomas …