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Welcome back to our week of gift-giving guidance here at Sister Geeks. On Tuesday, I gave 9 (hopefully) helpful tips for giving the perfect gifts to geeks. Today, as promised, I’m giving examples of how to put Tip #8: Don’t Be Afraid to Combine Their Interests into action. I’m eager to show you just how much fun this whole endeavor can really be. So let’s get things started!
The year is half over. For me, the season of gifting begins now. The geeks in my life have birthdays beginning in mid-August and continuing each month right up until Christmas, when it’s time to give them each a completely different gift. As a geek myself, and also a lover of geeks, I’ve had to make myself an expert on giving gifts to these very special people.
Today, I’m sharing my tips and tricks with you. Hopefully, they’ll come in handy the next time you need to find that special something for a special someone in your life. Or perhaps you’re the geek and need to forward this article to someone else who hasn’t quite figured out how to find the right item for you in the past. Either way, I hope this these tips are handy and dandy to make your life and the life of your loved ones a little better and brighter during your own gift-giving season. Continue reading →
It’s summertime, kids! That means there’s extra time in the television schedule during the regular season hiatus. What should we do with all this extra time on our hands? Why, watch more television, of course!
This is the time to find fun and fabulous new shows. As your friend, I’m here to help guide you to a few that might be just what you didn’t know you always wanted! Continue reading →
It’s Summer! The regular television season is on hiatus and that means there is plenty of time to stretch your proverbial legs and try something new and different for your viewing pleasure. Be adventurous. Dip your toe into the waters and find something new to love.
Come back Friday to check out my Summer Watch List. Find out my top picks for what you definitely shouldn’t miss out on this Summer. In the meantime, check out this trailer for one I hope you’ve already watched. If you haven’t, you’re definitely missing out. You should fix that situation post haste, my friend!
Many of my friends enjoy watching films and television shows that engage the fear center of their brains. They enjoy being scared, creeped out, and terrified by the the images and suggestions on the screen. From It and Halloween to American Horror Story and The Haunting of Hill House, these folks enjoy the adrenaline rush that fear brings. They actually get irritated if the film or TV show doesn’t scare them as sufficiently as they hoped it would when it began. For the record, I am not one of those wacky, fear-chasing people. Continue reading →
During the Summer of 2008, my husband and I, along with our friends, had a strict schedule. Each week in May, June, and July, there was a new film release for us to see. We were all young and childless with what now feels like endless expendable income and boundless hours of unencumbered time. I made a chart and each Friday night, we met up for dinner and a show. It was a glorious summer. And it all began on May 2, 2008 with an iffy little venture starring an alcoholic star looking to make a comeback. Continue reading →
On the heels of Galentine’s Day, I thought it would be a great time to highlight a book that takes female friendship and does some very mysterious and magical things with it. The Peach Keeper, by Sarah Addison Allen, is part mystery, part magical fantasy, and part buddy cop adventure. It’s a wonderfully strange tale of two women thrust together into a reluctant friendship in an attempt to uncover a decades-old mystery, protect their families, save their investments, and possibly, discover what true friendship really is.