It turns out my entire life has been a lie.
The GPS chip I obtained following Beau’s demise led me to my old home of New York City, a place I never ever thought I’d return to following my father’s death.
But after it lead me back to my old …Read More
Throughout this week I have been closely following the Vixen Vigilante as she embarks on what could be her first international case.
I have paid close attention to her previous missions, which have been mainly limited to our shared hometown of New Orleans, and it is so great to see …Read More
Wow, an easy week in DS106! … Who knew those existed?!?? I can’t talk; I’ve only been at this for a mere two weeks, but I know that my cohort DeLovely Ames has been waiting for one since what may as well have been forever.
Anyway, here’s what was accomplished …Read More
So, going along with what seems to be the theme of heroic princesses (see last week’s BRAVE-themed music vide0), I created a READ poster as required by the Design Assignment worth three-and-a-half stars.
I obtained a whimsical photo of my doppleganger Holland Roden, in which she was awesomely …Read More
If Twitter existed during our era, I dream you would tweet me just what I wanted to hear . It would be worth so much more than a mere three stars … In fact, it would be worth more stars than there are in the sky.
But unfortunately, I haven’t …Read More
For someone who keeps her profile under wraps and makes valiant efforts to stay anonymous while simultaneously being under intense public scrutiny, I can imagine that the release of this enticing novel by well-known local writer Grant Grayson is the Vixen Vigilante’s worst nightmare.
I happen to know Grant fairly …Read More
Well, this has been an interesting week full of new and daunting digital things.
I tuned into my first live #DS106Radio broadcast, which was a bit of a debacle, but we can’t blame Groom for that, right Burtis?
List of weird things I must learn about this week: “tape deck”, …Read More