Monthly Archives: July 2011

Fire Bug 21 : Real Life Flow with Thom Thumb

July 18th, 2011 (No Comments)

I’ve been traveling western Canada attending prop manipulation festivals and getting a new perspective on our community. In this episode, we have an inspiring interview with Thom Thumb, one of the organizers of Play Immersion and an extraordinary diverse and talented prop manipulator. We talk about his ‘contingency theory’, the importance of adult play and […]

Somebody Pissed Off Their Coworker

July 18th, 2011 (No Comments)

Still better than being a PC. [Post originaly seen at sent to me by Andrew Smith] Do you have something interesting or funny you’d like to share with me? I’d love to hear from you at

The Joy of 30 day Challenges

July 13th, 2011 (2 Comments)

Turning 24 was different. It was the first birthday I began to feel remotely grown up. This new sense of looming adulthood was alarming and made me call into question my efforts to become the woman I wanted to become. After a 11 months travel binge, returning home for my birthday was a great opportunity […]