It’s been six weeks since I went over our garden plans. Now that spring has arrived, it’s time to check in and see how things are progressing!Read More Garden Report #2: It’s Spring!
This week I feel like Lady McOldpants as I try to navigate crappy eyesight and cognitive dissonance with a sense of humor.Read More Fun with Aging
A quick update on our excellent weekend and my questionable brain activity, because Monday.Read More Harpy Unplugged
Local News Blurb
Tonight at 6:00: Oklahoma’s obesity epidemic has expanded to the English sparrow population: how one small-town woman is responsible.
At long last, here’s a new original Heather Lee short story after the drop. © 2015 Heather Lee. All rights reserved.Read More Pits and Fences
Writing is hard. Letting other people read your work is harder. Posting your work on the internet is… probably not as hard as it should be. I’m about to find out.Read More On Writing Again
Our birds and plants have absolutely no idea what’s going on. In early January, we were bathed in 70 degree temperatures and covered by clear, sunny skies: a warm blanket of Solar Love. Late February has been a whirling dervish of ice, wind, and gray: an iron maiden of Frigid Hate. I’m ready for Spring.Read More Brr! It’s Cowd.
Leonard Nimoy died today after a long and fruitful life. I didn’t know him. I knew his work and the characters he so richly brought to life.
He helped shaped my world view through his portrayal of Spock, and I’m a better person for it.
“Popularity is the very crumbs of greatness,” he quoted in a commencement address he delivered in 2012. He was a great actor and a fine human being, and I feel small today from the knowledge that he is gone. The world is a bit darker today.
LLAP, Mr. Nimoy. Thank you.Read More Rest In Peace, Leonard Nimoy (1931-2015)
Because this week has been one of those weird busy/not-busy periods, I woke up yesterday convinced it was Saturday. Thus, Thursday was a huge bummer. This short post is a sample of the resulting cranial rampage.Read More Random Friday: So Cold
Many of us use Microsoft Word in our day-to-day work. If you create lengthy documents on the regular, you’ll need a Table of Contents (TOC) at some point. In this week’s Tech Tuesday post I’ll show you how quick and easy it can be in Word 2010-2013.Read More Tech Tuesday #003: Making a Basic Table of Contents in Microsoft Word