Month: September 2013

The Harvey Girls (1946) – Movie Review

The Harvey Girls, starring Judy Garland, John Hodiak, and a plethora of Hollywood names, is a bright, show-stopping musical with the usual glamour only MGM could muster. Based on the true story of Fred Harvey’s restaurants and the waitresses he employed, this story takes place […]

Time? Is that you?

After agreeing to make store patterns for Crochet Spot, I ran into trouble at the first. You see, this was my first idea. Only after designing everything and sending it off did I get the memo that it is trademarked. Nice. What to do, what […]

Changing My Mind – Again!

I know a few months ago I spoke of starting an Etsy shop and for the longest I wanted to but couldn’t. Now I can, or just about, but I’m not sure I still want to. The thing is, at first it was the only […]

Echinoderms in the North Atlantic

As part of the series of blogs I have been doing on the recent NOAA expedition, the Northeast U.S. Canyons Expedition 2013, today I want to turn your attention to Echinoderms. To be honest, I hardly expected to see any when I first started watching […]