"Is it on?" Allen's voice crackled over the radio. "The red light is blinking." "Yep, it's on," Nate's voice confirmed. "Go ahead, Max." "This is SUPREME HEADQUARTERS ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE," Max's voice began. "Max, I thought we were just Mission HQ," Nate''s voice objected. "So did I," Allen said. "It's more exciting this way, Nate, … Continue reading SUPREME HEADQUARTERS ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY FORCE
The instant I entered the Mission Control office I could tell something was wrong. Usually there was the clack and clatter of keyboards, the steady beeping of the progress monitors, and the sound of jovial conversation between my officers. Today it was ominously silent. Max, Nate, and Allen sat motionless in their chairs, their faces … Continue reading Reformation and No Nano
A friend of mine unearthed this doc I had shared with them awhile back and reminded me of it. Since I have no time for a proper blog post, I decided to share it with y'all. Unfortunately WordPress got rid of my really cool font, so you'll have to read the plain text version. The … Continue reading The Constitution of the United Writers of America.
This post is going to be quick since I am en-route to the Math room of Mission HQ (I got 100% on my midterm exam for MAT122 yesterday, but there's always more to do.) I wasn't going to post, but Max and Nate found this poem so funny that they insisted I share it (Allen … Continue reading Television
Some of you may be aware that this upcoming month is NaNoWriMo, that special time of year when hard work and perseverance can bring imagination to life in one short month. You may also be aware that I am a Wrimo Winner two years running. You may also be aware that I am attending West-Mec … Continue reading It’s Coming Up…
"Things are pretty slow with Commander always gone," Nate sighed, spinning his chair in a circle. "School stuff gets in the way as usual," Max commented. "Especially with him being gone at West-Mec every evening." "Progress on Operation Redemption is at about two paragraphs a week," Levi grimaced. "Not enough to justify a prolonged launch … Continue reading The Mysterious Case of $12.52
Time has passed, as time tends to do, and once again I find myself looking back and asking, "Has Family Camp really come and gone again?" And the answer doesn't change. It came, and it is gone. Days don't pass any slower because they have been anticipated for an entire year. I'm actually kinda glad … Continue reading It’s that Time Again!