How I Learned to Love Science Fiction

Stranger in a Strange Land

I love the advantages I had being a kid in the 1970s and a teenager in the 1980s. Queue the montage of avocado green and harvest gold appliances and kids flying down the street on their bikes morphing into '80’s haired battles on Atari and DOS programming on Commodore 64s. There is one thing I… Continue reading How I Learned to Love Science Fiction

Me: Now and Then

Commodore 64

In my collection of blog ideas, I have an article titled, "Why Your 20 Year Old Self says to STFU." Hindsight let's us be so critical of ourselves in our young and stupid phase. I still have traces of how scared and mixed up I was then. That version of me does deserve a break.… Continue reading Me: Now and Then

Stand Up Straight

One advantage to maintaining friendships with people whom I went to high school with is that they have been able to see me blossom over the years. The disadvantage is that they remember me from high school. Was anyone really their best during those years? One of my friends (the one who was my moral… Continue reading Stand Up Straight