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Minneapolis, Minnesota
Bridging the gap between computers and pretty dresses.
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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 2 days ago 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 4 days ago 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
The At Home with Monsters exhibit has no doubt been written and photographed more times than pretty much any art exhibit ever. I am no exception here. I went to see the exhibit three times spending many hours examining, reading, photographing and trying to soak up every detail I could... Continue reading
Posted Jun 26, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
I recently shared with you some places to get vegan food in Des Moines, Iowa. Now I will share with you something interesting to do while you are there. I am someone who likes to tour old mansions, castles, etc...I have found that all the books, all the websites and... Continue reading
Posted Jun 25, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
On a particularly rainy day on my trip to Paris I set out to visit somewhere unusual. Paris is most romanticized for it's lovely spring days and blossoming pink trees but if you ask me the city's beauty is really in the rain. The grey buildings with their slate blue... Continue reading
Posted Jun 22, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
I wasn't sure what to expect from a visit to Kansas City, MO. Truthfully, it wasn't a place I had thought much about at all. So when I got there and found good food, cool shops, amazing museums and great coffee I was really happy. I should at this point... Continue reading
Posted Jun 21, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Facebook reminded me of this from a year ago-I forget that this happened. It can be so easy to get mired down in your missteps and failures you can’t see the successes. Some of the best advice I was given by a different *very successful* writer was to celebrate every... Continue reading
Posted Jun 20, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Some years ago I learned that the geology in Minnesota and Wisconsin is some of the oldest rocks and sediments in the world. There's no earthquakes here that disturb or move anything since the areas sit on a fairly solid deposit of Iron bedrock. Now I bring up something that... Continue reading
Posted Jun 19, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Furthermore by Tahereh Mafi My rating: 5 of 5 stars What a lovely version of Alice in Wonderland. Yet it was also all its own story. Where things are not always what they seem and foxes are made of paper and maybe you can't keep everyone from being prejudice but... Continue reading
Posted Jun 16, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
If you happen to find yourself in Des Moines, Iowa and you happen to find yourself vegan much like I did not all that long ago, allow me to proffer a couple of options for food. Des Moines is a college town and Iowa is an oddly progressive place with... Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
Life is busy and overwhelming. With the 24 hour news cycles on top of that we are plied with more misery than ever before. It can make you feel like there's no possible way to help anyone ever. The helpless feeling is not one that I really can live with... Continue reading
Posted Jun 13, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
I would really like to have something deep and profound to say about climate change and helping the planet survive humans. I don't have much to say that hasn't been said already and really I am not important enough in any way for anyone to care what I think about... Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
One of my new favorite places to open recently is Can Can Wonderland. Something odd I've learned about myself is that I love mini-golf. So does my partner. We just totally get a kick out of the silliness of it and the weirder the better. Plus if you can add... Continue reading
Posted Jun 5, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
My first year of craft shows wrapped up with the end of 2016. I had previously had open houses at my own home but I had not participated in an actual show outside my home until last year. I had applied to some and been turned down over and over.... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
I recently visited Paris, France for the first time. I had an amazing time of learning and exploring. One of my favorite things I went to was Marie Curie's decontaminated lab and office. She is the only woman awarded two Nobel Prizes in Science, first female professor at the Sorbonne,... Continue reading
Posted May 31, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
I’ve been excited to watch American Gods. I was a little behind everyone else but now I’m caught up and I'm still pretty excitable about things. It's so crazy to think this book is 16 years old and to see it turned into such a huge production is really cool.... Continue reading
Posted May 25, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic
I recently ordered a pin to support a fundraiser and it is really cool. I encourage you to take a look and place your order: The Creeping Museum Continue reading
Posted May 13, 2017 at GirlyGeekChic