Selina

Author's details

Name: Selina Scott
Date registered: November 17, 2010
URL: http://templeofthegeekgoddess.com

Biography

I am a self-proclaimed geek that loves BOTH Star Wars and Star Trek. I read fantasy in any form. Celebrate the beauty of the geek with me!

Latest posts

  1. Stuff and Botheration — June 11, 2017
  2. She will Live with Me — October 28, 2016
  3. I Might be on to Something — October 27, 2016
  4. Pecan Pie — May 3, 2016
  5. Just When I Thought I Couldn’t Be More White Trash — December 20, 2015

Most commented posts

  1. In Times Like These — 11 comments
  2. A Peek into My Mind — 8 comments
  3. Long, Strange Journey — 7 comments
  4. I Live! — 7 comments
  5. A Jumble of Thoughts — 7 comments

Author's posts listings

Jun 11

Stuff and Botheration

So, in January I hurt myself. I hurt my foot somehow, and it changed all of my plans for 2017. What’s the line? While you plan, the universe laughs? I spend most of my time without a lot of access to a real computer. (I’m sorry, I’m not skilled enough to write a post on …

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Oct 28

She will Live with Me

Earlier in the month, I lost my friend LaNell to breast cancer. Normally, I write about these things much sooner, but I just couldn’t with her. Even though I know first hand going to funerals DOES matter to the loved ones, I couldn’t go to hers. I feel like a shit head for that, but …

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Oct 27

I Might be on to Something

Three months ago, in order to support my Viking on his diet I started making food changes myself. Every single time I’ve done this in the past of done something involving constant monitoring of what I ate and how much I was exercising which always spun into my life being controlled by this spiraling obsession …

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May 03

Pecan Pie

Today is Dad’s birthday. This morning Facebook showed me the picture I posted of taking Dad’s dog, Petey, to the nursing home so he could have a piece of forbidden pecan pie with his best friend on the front porch. It made me sad because I realized it was the last time those two were …

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Dec 20

Just When I Thought I Couldn’t Be More White Trash

Okay, before I launch into this story I need y’all to understand somethings. I’m bat shit crazy, but I’m bat shit in a super loving sort of way, not a ‘cut your ass’ sort of way. I’m generally pretty mellow about most things unless you hurt one of my loved one. I also genuinely believe …

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Dec 03

Small Things

It’s been awhile. Life has been both oddly full and empty at the same time. I had a birthday, took a trip, got sick, and put on Thanksgiving dinner. There might have been a shit ton of Netflix in there somewhere.   I’m just going to start writing and see what all comes out.   …

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Oct 05

New Beginnings

Today has been an extremely bittersweet day for me. First, my friends, well they are really family but it’s hard to explain how but they just are, had their baby today. I’ve spent the entire pregnancy praying (the closest I could come up with) for this baby. Stevie, the baby momma, had some issue that …

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Jul 25

Grief and You, a Handy Guide

Yesterday, I went to my monthly shrink appointment. When he asked me how I was doing, I answered honestly: pretty shitty, you? I reminded him of Dad’s death last month and told him about all the problems I was having. Some days I felt like I was made of panic and loneliness. Some days I …

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Jul 19

I’m not even going to pretend any of this makes sense

My mind is all jumbly, and this blog will probably be just as jumbly. Friday, I had my first social outing since my dad died. I mean, we put together a fairly large 4th of July thing at our house, which turned out wonderfully, by the way. I passed my first big hostess test, or …

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Jul 09

Dear Ndugu,

I’ve spent the day crying on and off about Tina’s dog, Ndugu. Sane people would be totally give me side-eye for being broken up about another person’s dog. More empathic people would say I’m so sad because his passing is so close to my dad’s death and it is mingling with the grief that is …

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