The best part of Celebrity Mastermind today was when Alan Gardner (from The Autistic Gardener) said that he uses the Fibonacci Sequence for his gardening… And it made me think of Alan Turing using the same sequence for sunflowers. So that thought loop made me think on how Fibonacci could be used as a design… Continue reading The Upcoming Fibonacci Rose
In about 12 hours, this hellish year will finally be over. I’m very anxious getting through this day. Tomorrow will be my 1 year anniversary being clean from self-harm, so this moment on reflecting through this year delivers an extra layer of nerve-wreck. In the attempt of pushing myself past this, I’m listing things… Continue reading 2016: A Reflection
Last night, I had a dream that Sherlock (BBC) was, quite rightly, telling John: “Being drugged without your consent is NOT the same as relapsing!” I don’t know if this was my subconscious being unsubtle in reminding me that my 1-year anniversary of being clean is in 8 days… Despite it being for self-harm, instead… Continue reading Lazy Subconscious and a Late Amusement
To celebrate my 5-year Holmes anniversary yesterday, I made a list of Holmesian adaptations & Holmesian-themed episodes to re-watch (or, in the case of Star Trek: The Next Generation, watch for the first time). There was way, way more that I wanted to watch, but there’s only so many hours in a day (as I’m… Continue reading Yesterday’s Watch List
I am taking you with me – an apology letter to Sherlock Holmes By: Lucas Scheelk [Inspired by BBC Sherlock] Dear Sherlock, It’s December 18th 2016, and we met five years ago today. Happy anniversary, my first Holmes. This apology comes over four years too late. I keep telling myself that once the… Continue reading Happy anniversary, my first Holmes
Throughout this week I’ve been in a planning mood… Detailing my schedule til March 2017 (where I’ll then spend the rest of the Spring in England with chosen family). Figuring out things to do to preoccupy my mind until then – signing up for 3 Coursera courses (1 involves cryptography because Alan Turing), loosely scheduling… Continue reading Amusements of the Week (9 Dec – 16 Dec)
[Image is of a sparkly purple and white faux-diamond octopus ring] I got my performance paycheck from doing Queer Voices last month at Intermedia Arts. It wasn’t a large paycheck but I was able to treat myself to a few things. Such as an octopus ring. And trying Tim Hortons for the first time ever… Continue reading Good Tentacles!