Confession: I am a huge fan of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy.
I generally love Batman (as evidenced by the number of Batman games there are around here), but those films hold a special place in my heart.
So much so, in fact, that when I heard that the movie theatre in my town was going to have a marathon of them on opening night for The Dark Knight Rises, I had tickets within half an hour. Continue reading “My First Experience with Cosplay”
In the last few weeks, I’ve had a few different people ask me about any advice I have for people who want to start their own blogs.
One of them even said I’d inspired her to start her own blog, which was both super sweet and a little surreal because I don’t really think of myself as being a Successful Blogger, just a girl who’s here to rave and occasionally rant about video games and other nerdy things.
I like helping, though, so I sat down and started thinking of what advice I did actually have to give someone who wanted to start out just like I did a year and a half ago. Continue reading “The Girly Geek’s Guide to Blogging”
When I was about 10 years old, I decided to go to horse summer camp.
It was a really weird decision, given my complete dislike (and more-than-mild fear) of horses, but hey, my friend was going, and I was 10, so there you go.
The best memory I have of going to that camp (which, by the way, was a Christian camp, so that was fun for awkward, agnostic child me) was the archery range. Continue reading “Behind My Mysterious Obsession with Archers”
Last Saturday, I had a toddler day.
See, I’m basically my dear boyfriend’s toddler. If there’s something wrong with me, he asks either if I’ve had a snack or if I’ve had a nap, and if the answer to either one is “no,” then it’s time to stop having a meltdown and have that thing.
It’s actually pretty funny how often that solves my problem. Continue reading “My Adventures in Minecraft Aquariums”
This is the 100th post on the Girly Geek Blog, and I’m really excited about it. I was stuck for a while trying to figure out what I could to do celebrate, until it hit me:
I’d try making my first-ever video. Continue reading “Coffee Talk with Erin”