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Category Archives: Not-writing
Sorry to leave it such a long time with no update. I have half-a-dozen posts I started, but never finished. Combination of continued ill-health, job-stress, and falling down a fanfiction rabbit-hole. Dragon Age owns me, and I don’t think it’s … Continue reading
I graduated on 22 January 2016, and am officially Dr Ro Smith, a doctor of philosophy in philosophy, passed with no corrections. Apologies for not posting about it at the time, I didn’t have any photos myself and only just … Continue reading
Life is happening at me. I have work. But because I was really ill for most of this month I’m doing most of that work this week, and I don’t have time to select a song, research it, and write … Continue reading
Me in my more upmarket Daenerys cosplay: I also got proper photos done by the official Nine Worlds photographer (only £3!!!). Big thanks to my mate, Steve, who bought me the belt/metal corset/thing for my birthday – it looks AWESOME. … Continue reading
People are tweeting lists of inspiring women for International Women’s Day: On #IWD2014 women past & present who inspire me: Dorothy Parker Frances Partridge Dorothy Wilding Sally Mann @caitlinmoran — Lou Abercrombie (@LadyGrimdark) March 8, 2014 Love @LadyGrimdark‘s “inspiring … Continue reading
You may recall that last year I went to Nine Worlds and it was kind of the Best Thing Ever. Well, it’s happening again this year and I booked my ticket before I quit my job so I will be … Continue reading
So, I bought myself a domain and I moved my blog to it. And then, because it was mine now, I changed the name of the blog from In Search of the Happiness Max to The Rhubosphere. And I changed … Continue reading
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 24,000 times in 2013. If it were a … Continue reading
A friend of mine has recently gone vegetarian, and was asking me for recipes for healthy, cheap, tasty vegetarian meals. This is a question I often get asked a lot – actually, he’s asked me in the past, as he … Continue reading