We’ve been looking for a new place to live for a while. Every day, Rasa would scour the listings, hoping to find something in our price range, in a decent neighborhood, and which fit our criteria of more room than we currently had. Then two weeks ago, she found something. We made an appointment to see the place on Friday at noon, discussed it for about 3 seconds, agreed to take it, signed the papers on Saturday and just like that, we had a new place to live. Continue reading “2 Men and 40 minutes”
Not sure I’d ever get the chance, or if I’d want to if I did, but some of these really look like fun.
Others… not so much.
Here’s a fun way to start the summer (and get ready for the film)
Avengers: Endgame comes out this month!
It makes me sad to see that our journey with these characters is coming to an end, but I’m also really excited? does that make sense? anyways, I decided to be a bit extra this month and created the Avengers readathon!
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On March 9, 2019, the art of magic lost a legend. Sure, more people may have seen Penn & Teller or David Copperfield or Criss Angel or Lance Burton, but all of them acknowledged Johnny Thompson as a true master of the field.
I had the pleasure of knowing and spending some time with him when I was living in Las Vegas, and I certainly have my stories to share, but the following words, by people who knew him far better than I, are a perfect tribute.
Rest easy, Great. You did good work. Continue reading “The Great Tomsoni – 1934-2019”
So a few weeks ago, my dad asked me to write down the story of how I ended up working for Star Trek: The Next Generation. He was taking a class on the show through the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNLV (which is an amazing program and one I wrote about a few years back). To be honest, I was pretty excited and honored he wanted to show me off! So anyway, here’s the story: Continue reading “Writing for Star Trek”