Simple String Light Photo Display

I’m constantly looking for ways to make our bedroom more soft and relaxing. Our metal canopy bed is very demanding of the space and I try my best to down-play it in subtle and clean ways. Continue reading “Simple String Light Photo Display”

Why We Stopped Playing Pokemon GO

A few weeks ago Allyson wrote an article about how we were obsessed with the new Pokemon GO mobile game. A few weeks later, Niantic has done enough to make us loose all interest. Maybe someday when it’s not as buggy and features stop dramatically changing we’d reconsider. However, I already hardly even think about the game anymore. Continue reading “Why We Stopped Playing Pokemon GO”

Kitten Academy Patreon & New Litter

Three weeks ago I wrote a feature about Kitten Academy, a small kitten fostering program run by some incredible human beings out of an Illinois dining room. If you haven’t read it, I highly suggest you do as the academy is inspiring us to be better human beings…and is obviously adorable! Continue reading “Kitten Academy Patreon & New Litter”

Product Review: World of Nintendo – Shadow Link Figure

A shadow spills out from the darkness. A familiar face forms in the black pool. Who could this be? Shadow Link is here. Continue reading “Product Review: World of Nintendo – Shadow Link Figure”

Product Review: World of Nintendo – Samus Figure (Metallic Paint)

A few weeks ago I did a video unboxing of my new World of Nintendo – Samus Figure (Metallic Paint). Now it’s time for the review! Continue reading “Product Review: World of Nintendo – Samus Figure (Metallic Paint)”

Kitten Academy Live Stream

I was working on a few posts for today, but none of them felt right to post. With everything that’s been happening in my life and the world, I’ve been feeling a little down…almost helpless to the violence globally and the personal sadness… Then I found Kitten Academy. Continue reading “Kitten Academy Live Stream”

Gaming: Clearing the Back Catalog

This was an excellent week for me and gaming. I finished not one, but two Zelda games that I had purchased long ago and never started, or got around to finishing. So let’s discuss back catalogs, how long mine is and how good it feels to cross items off the list. Continue reading “Gaming: Clearing the Back Catalog”