League of Extraordinary Bloggers: Ghosts of Christmas Past
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League of Extraordinary Bloggers: Ghosts of Christmas Past

A couple of years ago, I brought home some photos from my childhood, and looking through the scans, apparently most of them were Christmas pics. That’s perfect for this League of Extraordinary Bloggers assignment: tell a Christmas story from the past. I’m going to tell a few stories, with pictures! This is Christmas 1981, I … Continue reading

League of Extraordinary Bloggers: When I was a kid, my favorite ___ was ___.
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League of Extraordinary Bloggers: When I was a kid, my favorite ___ was ___.

As a geek, I’m always engaging in conversations about my favorite this and that. It’s fun to think about, and it’s a great way to connect with people. This week, our League assignment throws us into the Wayback Machine to talk about a kid favorite. Honestly, when I was a kid, whatever was most interesting … Continue reading

League of Extraordinary Bloggers: Collectibles of the Future
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League of Extraordinary Bloggers: Collectibles of the Future

So after missing the entire month of January, I’m back on the blog and back with a League post. (Are you shocked? I am.) Here’s this week’s topic: What do you think will be a hot “collectible of tomorrow?” Hmmm, this is a tough one. The market, especially the collectibles market, is so unpredictable. You … Continue reading

League of Extraordinary Bloggers: Ghosts of Halloween Past and Present (and Future?)
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League of Extraordinary Bloggers: Ghosts of Halloween Past and Present (and Future?)

This week’s assignment is very close to my heart, since Halloween is  my favorite holiday. Seriously, you know how people start talking about Christmas as soon as the last gift is unwrapped? Talk to me November 1st, and it’s very similar. I get antsy around the end of August, lamenting the fact that stores still haven’t … Continue reading