Here, people stop for a break and to take pictures. And then, you must go back down the way that you came. This got me to thinking about its relation to one of the tougher situations for characters in a horror story—one way in, one way out.
A flood of roaches. Brilliant.
Hello, from Montana this week. Posting at night this time, as I am back to traveling with my Player 2 this week and this time to where we will soon be calling home. We move here in a little over a month and came to set some things up in preparation for our move. After … Continue reading Tight Spaces
It’s been about a week now since I’ve returned home from Bermuda. My Player 2 and I travel a fair amount and have really set travel and seeing the world as one of our top priorities. When traveling, heavily dependent upon the trip, I’m often not within reach of my laptop and sometimes not even … Continue reading When Realities Don’t Add Up
For the sake of the blog, I will now lovingly refer to my spouse as my Player 2. A couple weeks ago, my Player 2 and I went to Denver for some business and some pleasure. We got a new car and had some time to stop by the Denver Art Museum to see the … Continue reading Denver Trip
I thought some more about last week's open or shut post. I think that I am undeniably on the shut the door team. I definitely would not want to be surprised by a monster walking in or not have time to hide or make a move. Shutting the door also creates somewhat of a barrier … Continue reading Peek through the door or throw it open?
One of the many perks of married life is always having a player 2 to enjoy playing video games with you. We play all sorts of games, but really enjoy playing the scary games together. It's been a tradition of ours for years now to buy and play scary games at Christmas time when we … Continue reading Open or Shut?