As another year comes to an end, it gives us pause to reflect on our lives, joys, failures and accomplishments of the last year. May we always move forward with joy in our hearts. Happy New Year, Everyone! love, Therese (I lurve this image!)
WordPress sent me my annual stats for Trekker Scrapbook — congrats to winston for being my most vocal subscriber! The rest of you got to catch up! I’d love to hear from you! Happy New Year, and may your all your Treks be happy ones!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 39,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 9 Film Festivals
Thought I’d end FArFri 2012 with a laugh! Here’s three drawings from a series I’m creating — Sponge Trek! (Sponge Bob characters in Star Trek gear!) I’m especially proud of ‘Spockward’; it’s amazing how Squidward fits so well into the Spock persona! More to come soon, enjoy, and Happy New Year! -Therese
Happy 2nd day of Christmas! The snow is piling up outside as I write this, so this seems appropriate! (And so silly funny!)
Just posting a little holiday cheer. Now we all know that there are a lot of horrendous Christmas songs out there, so I thought I’d post a lovely song, celebrating the beauty of Winter and all the joy it can bring. I love this song, can’t believe it never made the charts! I’ll take this any day over some of the swill we’re forced to listen to as we do our Christmas shopping! (Next year I’ll post a full list of the worst I can think of). The only problem with this song is that it’s too short! I can imagine it going on for another 5 or 6 minutes with an extended choir part! Enjoy, and I do wish you all all a beautiful Christmas and Holiday Season. Love, Therese
As a mother and a human being, I am so sick after the horrific events in Connecticut yesterday, as I’m sure you all are. The only good thing that can be said about the hell that all these families and the nation are going through is that it puts life into perspective. We Americans (and all the Earth) MUST come back to what is really important in our lives, Our Families, Our Work, and Our Commitment to making the world a better place for ALL HUMANITY. I know my little blog gives a few giggles to a few people, but this is, in reality, just a frivolous distraction from reality. Nostalgia is fine, but my children will only be children for so long, as will yours. We only have RIGHT NOW. So turn off your computer and all your media devices for at least a few days. Please pray for the families of this latest insane massacre, pray for the hell that they’re going to live with for the rest of their lives, and that somehow, in time, they will move on. Hug your children and families. I’ll be back soon. With Love and Blessings, Therese
Hello everyone! A special FArFri for you today! Wishing you all a beautiful and safe Holiday Season and a very Happy New Year! Thanks for all your support! As a little present , I offer you — a Box O’ Spocks!
For a guy who is supposedly emotionless. Spock sure SMILES a lot, especially in Season 1. Although most of these smiles were generated through an alien force, like Henoch or Kollos, it’s all the better for us! To me, whenever Spock smiles, it was less Spock and pure Nimoy. May you find your holidays as pleasant! love, Therese 🙂
I was sad to hear that the great sitar musician Ravi Shankar passed away yesterday, he was 92. Shankar was a master of the sitar and many may be familiar with him as an influence on the music of The Beatles (especially George Harrison) in the late 60’s. He was also the father of musicians Anoushka Shankar and Norah Jones. May he rest in peace. His music always could take one to another mystical plane. Enjoy this meditation: