Since I was little, I've wanted to travel. It's been this dream of mine to live the life of a nomad, on the long road with my two dogs.
I don't actually have two dogs, and it's a weird goal, I'll admit. But I do have a plan on how I will make this happen.
Right now, I'm working on getting my driver's license. Once finished, I will purchase a car. It doesn't need to be anything special; just something affordable and gets good gas mileage. Maybe a Corolla, or a Civic… Read full entry
I finally got around to reading Anonymous in Nu-Questria and it's sequel, and holy shit, that was intense. I'm serious, I haven't been this wrapped in a fanfic in years. Not since Exchange. I read both stories in under twenty-four hours… Read full entry
My first G5 review, and seemingly the author's first G5 story. I've read a couple G5 fics, but nothing particularly stuck with me. That was until I read Midnight Comfort… Read full entry
After seeing it trending for over a week, I decided to put aside my aversions and check out All's Fair in Love and War. I'll admit, I am debating whether or not to even publish my review of this… Read full entry
If van-life doesn't work out, whether because I am unable to find a way to make money on the road, or otherwise; I have a fallback plan in mind.
I will soon have a driver's license, and once I get a vehicle, I will begin driving for DoorDash… Read full entry
I've begun reading The Expanse, and yeah, I'm liking it. I'm four chapters in and hooked. Once I have completed the series, I will post my review in a multipart blog entry… Read full entry
There are plenty of options when it comes to vans, the issue is what to choose. I could get something like an old Chevy G20. I could build it out the way I want to, and it wouldn't be very expensive either. Or I could get a Vanagon Westfalia, which the interior was ready-made in the factory. It's a bit pricier though. Or I could get a Sprinter.
Let's see the pros and cons of each… Read full entry
In the finale of Friendship is Magic the villains attempted to turn the pony races against one another but failed.
In My Little Pony: A New Generation, we fast forward a thousand years or so and the pony races are divided… Read full entry
I first read How Many Friends Have You Made Today?, and How Many Have You Forgiven Today? back in October 2017. Since it's been four years, I decided it's time to reread them and check out the third in the series, How Many Lovers Have You Made Today?… Read full entry