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What is your favorite holiday memory? I have a new favorite holiday – it’s called Ohio Comic Con weekend. For me, it’s like Christmas, Halloween and my birthday rolled into one crazy weekend. Don’t get me wrong – I love spending holidays with the kids and family. However, I am never quite as excited aboutContinue reading “New Holiday Memory: NaBloPoMo”
So thanks to Instagram, I was able to connect with the writers at Think Alike Productions – Ruben Romero, Roger Cabrera and Bethany Romero. Their current comic book is called “The Agency,” which is available on Comixology. This was also the first time that I’ve ever had a digital comic book. In “The Agency,” fifteenContinue reading “Destino’s Interview with . . . Think Alike Productions”
Write about an amazing imaginary brand or organization you’d love to work with. What would their pitch to you look like? What would your post say? If you are like me, you dislike driving. We don’t have an invisible jet, cool gadgets and or have super powers like flying. Who wouldn’t want to ride around inContinue reading “Super Hero Taxi Service: NaBloPoMo”
I’m almost done with the costume for Little Sister #2. The skirt is mostly finished. Tomorrow I will be working on the crown and wristbands.
If I hadn’t already won best mom of Halloween with the Thor costume for Little Sister #1, I will definitely win for Little Sister #2’s Wonder Woman costume. So please excuse my absence from the blog this afternoon. I am knee deep in tulle and glitter. Thanks for understanding! 🙂
So I’ve been doing some comic book homework over the weekend. I’ve learned a few things that I didn’t know that I probably should have known. Here is are two things that I have discovered: 1. Deadpool. How could I have not known who Deadpool is? Seriously, I’ve seen the “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” about tenContinue reading “Comic Book Homework: Comic Con is 4 Days, 1 hours, 52 minutes . . .”