next week, I’ll be interviewed by Ryan Bell for his podcast Life After God! I’m honored and excited.
A few days later, I’ll be giving my talk at the Center For Inquiry in Ottawa.
*breathing in a bag*
A kind person at CFI, Pat, created this wonderful banner:
I’m grateful to everyone at CFI for this opportunity (especially Diane Bruce), and I’ll be doing my best to give an interesting and inspiring talk! If you’re in the area and would like to hear me speak, do drop by. I’ll be signing copies of There’s a Hula Girl on my Dashboard as well.
In other news, I finally got around to cosplaying Pee-wee Herman last week. Naturally, I took some photos. Here are a few of them for your amusement 🙂
I have more secret words in store, and I plan to write a series of blog posts that will center around each of them.
I’ll have to take new photos of my office soon too—I’ve been moving a few things around to accommodate my ever growing collection of toys!
I got this on eBay yesterday… It was one of my very favorite toys when I was a kid. A picnic basket! Bears! What’s not to love?
And I’ll be making room for this sweet and delicious looking ode to cake and fun come Festivus!
It pushes all of my happy buttons. I adore those Lalaloopsy toys… The big dolls, the Littles, the Minis, the Tinies, the houses… I can’t get enough of the darn things.
And today, I learned that Shopkins is about to release little dolls. Be still my beating heart.
Food-themed little dolls—yes please!
For some reason, I enjoy cosplaying Pee-wee. Imagine that! 😉
I do plan on cosplaying Professor Snape again this fall (hopefully). I ordered a wig that has the messy, curly, flouncy style he had in Deathly Hallows 2, and I’ll be wearing this on top of my head:
The photos will capture the essence of my upcoming book of essays, Severus Snape and the Art of Being Human. They’ll celebrate the dignity and majesty of being human, simply human. I will be bringing the wig, crown and robes with me to Leviosa, along with my Pee-wee outfit, and my Silverheart costume.
There’s so much in store for 2016! Join me for the wild ride.
Logospilgrim, the quiet professor