Anybody out there reading science fiction? How about speculative fiction? (In case you’re wondering, they’re the same thing. Sort of.
I just returned from a vacation in New York City, the first time I had ever visited "the Big Apple." While we were there we attended 3 Broadway plays.
The first; Avenue Q, billed as Sesame Street for adults, or Sesame Street meets South Park, was hilarious, but definitely adult.
Knitting for Difference is a group of knitters in the community that have been knitting "Chemo hats" and " Caps for Kids". In 2007, 381 were distributed and in 2008, 144 have been distributed so far.
Hats and caps have gone to Cancer Center-Jackson, MI, Cancer Center- Marshall, MI, St. Luke's Free Clinic, Catholic Charities Linen Closet, Interfaith Shelter, and C.S. Mott's Children's Hospital
Just when you thought the winter was going to steal any laughter or relaxation you had left, along comes March—Mirth Month! (Try to say “March is mirth month” ten times with a straight face!) How about some humor to relieve winter stress? May we suggest a good comedy?