In May 2017 we went down to Phoenix Arizona for the hubby’s first portion of his bottom surgery. he did really well and I am very proud of him and who he has become. So this is many of those photos/videos that we took down there.
On February 11, 2017 my husband Wolsey, my friend Dunk and myself went to the Museum of Pop Culture, it used to be known as the Experience Music Project Museum (EMP) (see the site at https://www.mopop.org/).
I found the trip fun overall, I love hanging with my hubby and friends. We only went and saw the Sci-Fi museum portion of the MoPop. I personally am not interested in music, so we didn’t touch that portion at all. While we were there we took pictures of some of the items. They had a Star Trek exhibit, which like the Battlestar Galactica exhibit we explored years ago, was overhyped and sort of a disappointment to me.
I think it isn’t that it doesn’t represent good things, but rather I live with someone who can make costumes by hand and almost all of the costumes they used for the shows/movies/etc were not up to the hubby’s skills. Now a point of order, they don’t have to be, because the filming won’t catch the problems. You only see the disappointing stuff in person (well and on HD now).
So here are my pictures and video:
I already have the picture gallery up here. However, I decided to treat it like the rest of my 365 project and put it in a video. Funny enough there is more detail about each picture in the video then in the gallery.
For those of you that missed the original gallery, I went to San Diego for training. I didn’t have a lot of time, but I did make time to go to the USS Midway Museum. I figured I should do something while I am down here.
So here it is, slightly in excess of 4 minutes worth of museum pictures put to music.
As part of my work, I travel for training. For two weeks in October 2014 I was in Atlanta Georgia. I missed my husband, but I was able to visit Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, GA. The largest cemetery in Atlanta with Confederate graves.
Date: October 2014
Did this earlier this week. My first non-intro post as a GM. The focus of a brand new GM should be on delivery, not world building. You can tell a good story set in any world, but you need the skills to deliver that story first.
Sadly being a dick isn’t only a religious based idea, it is evident everywhere. Atheists need to try and be more tolerant if they want their ideas to gain traction.