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Critical What? March 20, 2019

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For my parents, brother, aunt, and anyone else who might be curious about what I am talking about when I mention Critical Role. This article about Critical Role and the church is Really, Really good.

https://christandpopculture.com/critical-role-the-role-of-stories-and-the-church/

Winter, Spring and Leprechauns March 18, 2019

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Crazy weather week had me running around coatless one day and freezing the next. Sorry for the late post.

Spring Break at work went quietly and well. I got to have a meeting about my big project and get some plans in place. We will have an awareness campaign over the next few months and hopefully be able to provide better resources in a more accessible way to all our students.

In health news, my weight is mostly maintaining a slight downward trajectory. I have started seeing a therapist to work on anxiety and self care to keep my journey going in a healthy direction. I have also started writing a new short story and my drawing is improving, too.

Nervous Goblin: Nott the Brave from Critical Role

Nervous Goblin: Nott the Brave from Critical Role

I finished listening to Every Heart a Door by Seanan McGuire and now am on to Friday Black, written by Nana Qwame Adjei-Brenyah, the older brother of a good friend. I am also very excited for a new comic coming out this week: A Darkened Wish, written by B. Dave Walters and drawn by Tess Fowler. And also, the Critical Role Kickstarter just surpassed another stretch goal, now reaching over 10 times the original requested amount!

Women’s History Month March 8, 2019

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Or Herstory month, as my morning brunch was calling it. Lead by an amazing woman here at CSCC, who is leading the charge for equal pay and better maternity/paternity leave policies. Dr Crystal Clark is a wonderful speaker, and left us with this message: It is better to speak, and be a powerful and dangerous woman, than to be silent and forgotten. When we stand up for ourselves, we stand up for everyone. Happy International Women’s Day, indeed.

In other work news, I am tabulating my use and usability tests to create action items for a meeting next week. I am also preparing a presentation with a co-worker for our In Service Day next month. We are heading into Spring Break this weekend (for students anyway).

In life… ConCoction was a fun weekend with friends. Going to see Captain Marvel tonight. I’ve spent my week obsessing over the Critical Role Kickstarter which made its goal in 40 minutes, and has had to scramble to create new stretch goals when we blasted past all their original ones in less than 9 hours. We are well on our way (6 episodes so far) to an animated series.

In book news, I finished Girl of Paper and Fire, and started listening to Stephen Fry talking about Victorian Secrets. Next up is Every Heart a Doorway by Seanan McGuire. I have finally finished Campaign one of Critical Role. Next is catching up on Relics and Rarities. I’ve read a few more Captain Marvel comics, as well as the Vox Machina Origins series. A new issue of DIE is out, and I should read Locke and Key v. 3 soon, too.

ConCoction March 1, 2019

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Heading to a convention soon. Looking forward to a weekend of relaxing with friends. May do some writing, I have a story that is poking my brain a bit today. Otherwise, planning to hang out, maybe play some games.

Had my final usability test this week, and it was a really good one. Excited to move forward with gathering all the data together and making a plan with the team. We have Spring Break coming up in a couple weeks, but it doesn’t change my calendar.

Still working my way through Girl of Paper and Fire in audiobooks. I’ve read a bunch of Ms. Marvel comics in preparation for the movie, as well as Umbrella Academy in prep for the Netflix show. This week’s art lesson was the full body, but I won’t be showing that here, it was challenging.