Well, readers, I am afraid I will not be able to put up my own Vocational Vivications post today. That had been my hope, but at the moment it is not feasible. There is just too much going on behind-the-scenes here at Song which needs this author's attention for me to spare right now. Until … Continue reading Reposted: This is How to Transform Info Dumps into Plot Reveals
If you are a veteran dealing with shell shock – commonly known as PTSD or PTS – or know one personally, readers, then this article may be of special interest to you. Despite being four years old, the information contained within is quite valuable. If the program is still active then it would certainly be … Continue reading A “New” Method of Treating PTS…
A long time ago, I was given a very special book. It was the translated diary of a survivor of the Bosnia-Herzegovina war. Her name is Nadja Halilbegovich, and the title of her book is My Childhood Under Fire: A Sarajevo Diary. You can purchase it here, if you wish. It is worth reading. Growing up … Continue reading Moving Ahead One Step at a Time
In 2001, this author went to theaters to see Disney’s Atlantis: The Lost Empire. Although more mature than most of the material released by the company at the time, the story captured this writer’s imagination. To this day she enjoys speculating about lost cities beneath the waves and wonders why the trope seems to have … Continue reading Has Atlantis Been Discovered at Last?
While this subject is no joke, I have to admit to having something of a geek out moment when I discovered the article below. Fans of Zoids: Chaotic Century already know why, but for those who have not watched the series all the way through, it will be a bit of a mystery. In a … Continue reading Fire Ice
Things have been busy this week, readers, and so this author has not been able to finish the next Vocational Vivications post she wished to put up next. Until that article is ready, please enjoy the piece by Meg Dowell linked below: All Writers Fail Every time I publish a blog post that doesn’t do … Continue reading Reposted: All Writers Fail
There were fears that the military would begin phasing out the A-10 Thunderbolt – affectionately known as the A-10 Warthog for its ugly appearance – this year by not replacing the wings on forty percent of the planes. Luckily, the Pentagon approved plans to exchange the old wings for new ones. So the A-10 will … Continue reading Re-Winging the A-10 Warthog