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Minneapolis, Minnesota
Bridging the gap between computers and pretty dresses.
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A second Featured Album I have on Facebook is party snaps. These are from parties I've helped plan and host as well as decorate through the years. You can sure tell when our(mine) photography skills got better and I got a better camera. These are from NYE, a cute one... Continue reading
Posted Nov 6, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Back in August while on my way to chase the eclipse, I took a side stop to a place I didn't know existed until a photographer I fell in love with a couple of years ago announced she was having a show there. The Paine is an English style estate... Continue reading
Posted Oct 27, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Facebook's new featured photo albums has me editing together pictures. Here's my collection of craft shows. I haven't done a ton yet and I have more from my Open Houses, but you get the idea. More soon! Visit my ETSY shop here: GirlyGeekChic. Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
I don’t actually shop at Trader Joe's very much. A handful of times a year. I rather think of it as a special occasion place and party food place. Which is what works for me personally. I suppose this might be because they specialize in pre-prepared foods and things covered... Continue reading
Posted Oct 3, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Tis the season to make lots of new things and put them into my little shop. You can buy them here: GirlyGeekChic. Thank you for looking! Continue reading
Posted Sep 18, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Spell on Wheels, Vol. 1 by Kate Leth My rating: 5 of 5 stars What a tremendous little story. Just what we need. A group of smart, confident witches who use their brains and sarcasm to defeat their adversaries. Teasing each other for their odd quirks(One has a crush on... Continue reading
Posted Sep 12, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
A site was recently using for examples of what makes a good feminist ally. I wrote a little bit about my own partner Matthew. This is what I wrote: First-he does not expect a gold star for doing housework. He just does it because as he's pointed out to other... Continue reading
Posted Sep 12, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
As someone who works at home most of the time I found myself in need of places to go to get out of my own head once in a while. This is especially true as I am also an obsessive news reader and each day brings with it untold stress... Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
I’ll start with the food. New Things We Tried: Produce Exchange- The peaches are amazing. They have lots of other fruit as well. Fresh French Fries-These were quite good and not as greasy as I thought they would be. Harry Singh’s-Chickpea Roti was so good that we went back so... Continue reading
Posted Aug 29, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
I am always a little surprised when people don't know about the crazy shit in their own state. I don’t mean about politics because that is raining on us everyday. And as someone who lived in Texas for over a decade I can confidently say that politics is not crazy... Continue reading
Posted Aug 8, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor My rating: 5 of 5 stars Laini Taylor has written some of my favorite Teen books out there. I re-read Daughter of Smoke and Bone just a few months ago and loved it as much as I did the first time. Strange the Dreamer... Continue reading
Posted Aug 2, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
I am someone who is lucky (and privileged) to live by a couple great grocery stores and have easy access to good food. This is not something that was true when I was younger. I did not know it at the time but I lived in what they call a... Continue reading
Posted Aug 2, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
The second time I attended CONvergence, which was the third year of the event, was a strange affair for me. Very strange indeed. I was ill. 104 degree fever type of ill. But I was not going to miss the convention. I double-checked with my doctor that I was not... Continue reading
Posted Jul 31, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Love it or hate it, there are times when you end up at the Mall of America if you live in the Twin Cities (and even if you don't). I recently was there because, in my personal situation, it is a good place for me to go bra shopping --... Continue reading
Posted Jul 26, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Tucked away on a much less busy Parisian street is the home and atelier of symbolist painter Gustave Moreau. He was a teacher as well as a painter whose pupils included Henri Matisse. He has work in some museums but mostly kept his work together with the idea of bequeathing... Continue reading
Posted Jul 24, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
I have been asked so many times what did I eat in Paris. That’s fair. I wasn't so sure going into this trip it was going to be especially easy, and well... I was completely wrong. And I didn’t even make it to all the places I wanted to try.... Continue reading
Posted Jul 19, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
You reach a point when you suddenly realize you are starting to measure things in decades. You are generally surprised by such revelations, and as you awake to this startling bit of information it occurs to you that perhaps you may be living in another dimension of time that normal... Continue reading
Posted Jul 17, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
My original set though I had to drop a couple of songs due to time constraints. Includes source material. Pretty awesome and looking forward to doing it again. Yellow Flicker Beat performed by Lorde from the movie Mockingjay Part. 1 based on the novel Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins #1 Crush... Continue reading
Posted Jul 13, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
We’ve covered some heavy stuff in the last few days and Young Adult books are not all doom and gloom, so let’s talk about…HAHA Just Kidding-Yes they are! It just isn’t always nuclear war doom and gloom. Sometimes it’s dramatic, sexy, and yes everyone lives in a nice house and... Continue reading
Posted Jul 6, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Nuclear War. Fanatical religion. Tribalism. Treacherous A.I. Ecological Disaster. Making our children fight wars for us. Just to name a few of the elements that fuel the storylines of the show "The 100". Based on a book series by Kass Morgan, the television show "The 100" sits on a lot... Continue reading
Posted Jul 5, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Miserable, misanthropic, reluctant, trying to do the right thing even though you don’t always want to or even know what it might be- Of all the Young Adult books I’ve read (which numbers into the hundreds the last 10 years) and of all the movies made in the genre, no... Continue reading
Posted Jul 4, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
In continuing with giving a glimpse of my upcoming dj set at Convergence. If you know me even a little bit it would be no surprise to know this post is about Alice in Wonderland. At this point in my life I own over 50 different editions of the book... Continue reading
Posted Jul 3, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
To be clear, I was never under any illusion that trying to dj was an easy task. As a party host/long time club-goer-if you put even a bit of effort into doing anything really- it’s a lot of work (and also money but that’s a conversation for another time). However,... Continue reading
Posted Jul 2, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
I have a wishlist of museums I hope to visit. I got the chance a couple of months to mark some big ones off the list by visiting Paris(where else?) and was so overwhelmed at times with joy and excitement it actually brought tears to my eyes. Traveling is a... Continue reading
Posted Jun 29, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
People have no idea how good they've got it now. The first time I had some sort of vegan ice cream at the now defunct Mud Pie it was called Oatscreme and it was awful. I didn't try another dairy free dessert for sometime after that and I was pretty... Continue reading
Posted Jun 28, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic