#WeekendCoffeeShare: Of This and Of That

If we were having coffee, I would tell you that it’s going to be another busy day around here. I’ve got errands to run this a.m., so we’d probably meet out for coffee somewhere, sit on the street corner and listen to the sounds of the city. Traffic will probably be a bit of a mess today–it’s Jazz Fest weekend.

This afternoon we have a business meeting and then a photo-shoot lined up with a local burlesque troop who are doing a Star Wars/Pulp Fiction show. Cat and I will be spending the afternoon trying to decide which angles are best for rhinestone-covered lightsabers and the night seeing the show, so the evening looks hopeful.


If we were having coffee, I’d mention an amazing new development in our weekly line-up post A to Z Challenge for those who haven’t heard yet. Starting Monday, May 4, there will be Monster Mondays—each Monday a different female monster will be featured. Some monsters will be mythological, some literary, and some pop culture, as with the A to Z Challenge.

And there will also be a lot of fantastic bloggers contributing to the series! I’ve heard some super-sweet ideas so far, and I’ve got a few aces up my sleeve, as well.

This Monster Monday will be my reflection on the A to Z Challenge, and I’ll talk a bit about how I decided on the theme and why I decided to keep it going after the month. Starting next Monday, May 11, there will be new female monster posts each week.

And in the coming weeks I’ll be guest posting at both Comparative Geeks, about the Sandman comics, and at Lazy Lady, about a Super Secret Something.

This afternoon, pop back by here for my Lazy Lambs Book Club post on Christopher Moore’s Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal. Then, hop over to Things Matter and Eclectic Alli to see what Hannah and Allison have to say!


Finally, I’d show you those tattoos I got a few weeks ago, all healed up and sitting next to the illustration they’re based on. Those are my wrists, by the by.

Tattoo work by Jessie at Electric Expressions–wish I could also fit into this view the wild thing’s tail—it wraps around my wrist!

As always, link-up your coffee posts below, use the #weekendcoffeeshare tag on social media, and make sure you’re linking up a “if we were having coffee” post from this week.



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