Tags » Alternative Lifestyles

Parallel Universes and Peas.

My grandfather got really pissed at the Biffster once because he wasn’t being manly enough to please his old world sensibilities. Mostly he was terrified that the Biff might be “queer.” I mean there were so many clues to justify his concern, like the fact that Biff wasn’t hitching up his jeans, scratching himself or strutting while both horking and spitting. 968 more words

Blog Posts

The dark side of the moon

How glad will I be when today’s dark new moon is gone. A friend’s astrologer described it somehow as ‘trying to keep a candle flame blowing in a tunnel with a constant Force 8 blowing through’. 195 more words

Our Journey

Raising the Nomadic Kid

Children thrive on stability. For the Overingtons, that balance spans two homes in two separate environments, thousands of miles apart yet inextricably linked by a predictable, seasonal migration. 1,916 more words


Gentleman: Mandatory Monogamy

I wouldn’t marry him, no, not if I were you
Cause if he’s been cheating on me, then he’ll probably cheat on you
Hop in, your chance is slim, especially when, he’s lying next to them… 415 more words

Women's Issues

What Are Actions Worth?

I’ve posted before about magical intent, doing seemingly non-religious things as acts of devotion, and the importance of making your religion part of your every day existence and  not just something you do on the weekends and holidays. 210 more words



And now for something completely different . . .

Are you into BDSM, either as a lifestyle or for the occasional bit of kink with your partner? 111 more words


Heading Towards a New Year in Polygamy

We had a very nice Christmas. Graham is an excellent cook, my daughter in law to be proved to be an expert pastry chef. It was wonderful to have all my children staying, and I am still the unvanquished Scrabble champion. 136 more words