Queer As Folk
- A Time From Now_Post513
- Taking Care Of Justin_1984 to 2005
- Road Trips in Six Parts_2000 to 2005
- The Window of My Mind_2005
- The Silence of His Smile_2006
- Just Another Singer in a Local Punk Band_2008
- Rememberance in Silken Blue_2010
- When Your Past Catches Up to His Future_2012
- The Shadows of His Past_2014
- Their Gift of Always_2009 & 2012_Two Christmas stories separated by four drabbles
- The Journey_AU_December 2002 to December 2004
An Adam Lambert & Tommy Joe Ratliff send-up, based-on, whatever. Names have been changed.
Below, Every Second Wednesday is based on the same two characters combined with my Alden characters.
- Even Those Rules Given Down by the Gods_Re-Edit 2018
During the 2010 tour, Jonny deals with his frustrations in the only way he knows how, by not talking to Evan, by not talking to anyone, by taking matters into his own hands. Thereby making the situation so very more messy.
- Braedon Matthews_Re-Edit 2018
- Three Questions
- Ethan Is & Golden Watchman_Re-Edit 2018
- One Long and Delicate Golden Brown Curl_Re-Edit 2018
- Happiness in Its Entirity
- Somewhere Near the Back of the Closet
- Everyone Who Mattered to Them Was There_Re-Edit 2018
- Caught in the Light of His Eyes_2010_Re-Edit 2018
- Every Second Wednesday
2018 MISSION101_68 /100 TASKS Completed
While I have been doing my own version of mission101, 101 tasks in 365 days instead of the usual 1001 days, for several years now with pretty good sucess completing most of my tasks in the alloted time, this year not so much.
This year in summer my husband, David, retired and my world turned upside down. This retirement wasn't unexpected, just strongly denied until the last possible moment. So, instead of focusing on what I had thought to focus on I, instead, found myself prepping my dear home for sale, a necessity completed at the beginning of December. We did good in California but not good enough to retire there comfortably and so, we move on.
After a month long trek, photos to come, through the south of the United States, down California to Nevada, Arizona, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, we finally arrived here in Florida a couple of weeks ago.
Below what was done for 2018. Please note the fairly large amount of yardwork. I would include a couple of photos but I'm having issues trying to do so using my phone :(
2_Project_8 BOOKCLUB Books
1_Project_PAINT_Hallway bathroom5_Project_Redo COOKBOOK
1_Divide week by day into 'types
2_Project_Update CLOTHING Book
4_Project_ 4 Corners of PARKING
1_Project_Sort QAF material
1_Project_Organize metal file & scrapbooking folder
1_Project_Check about plates
3_Project_Organize & pack closet
2_READ 5 Art-related Books
1_EDIT_Jaxon & Matthew_2014_Some Enchanted Evening
1_EDIT_Jaxon & Jamie_2018_Caught in the Light of His Eyes
1_EDIT_ALDEN_03_Ethan Is...& Golden Watchman_series
1_EDIT_ALDEN_07_Everyone Who Mattered to Them Was There
1_EDIT_Across the Room_Experimental
1_EDIT_One Long & Delicate Golden Brown Curl
1_EDIT_Jonny & Evan__Even Those Rules Given Down by the Gods
1_EDIT Aaron's JOURNAL for 2017
2_Print and put in binder
2_ORGANIZE yahoo; facebook; twitter; Livejournal; Dreamwidth
5_Project_COURT Yard Renovation
Still, I felt I needed I share this because, well, watch and you'll know why :) Enjoy!
And I have photos to prove it :)
Up until last week, our backyard lay, if not in ruin, then in sadness as can be seen by the below photo with Aaron in the foreground and Orlando and Alfredo, our contractors, in the background. So, David made a plan as can also be seen below wherein, the fence that can be sen in the first photo is onthe left-hand side of the plan.
Next photo is our indecision about how to do the walkway curve. Alfredo was so patient with us as Aaron and I, obviously, kept moving that one truly important line this way and that until we finally got it right and the bender board was installed. Next, we picked out and had delivered the stone, the tan bark, the concrete sand (for under the stone) and the peagravel.
Next is all the bender board installed so the outline finally shows. The black paper-ish stuff is weed blocker we had installed several years ago and which did its job in that this backyard was once full of weeds and now isn't. Unlike the rest of the yards, front, court, curb, and side, which, after last year's rains rains rains, all grow weeds profusely. We reinstalled new paper-ish stuff so its good work will continue on into the future. Below left, Orlando and Alfredo have installed the sand. Then the rocks. Then the pea gravel and tan bark.
And now, at least, a good foundation has been installed. Next PLANTS! And pretty POTS! And trellises! And! And! And!
YAY!! Except, seriously, we have only just begun :)