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Adulting Mrs Enginerd Project Zach

2018, A Year in Review

There are so many little things to be thankful for: MBA grades, new friends, the house, selling the rental  Zach, my sister’s move-engagement-wedding, and the beautiful memories of DIYs, parties and the new house. The bad came at us strongly; my mom was diagnosed in September with glioblastoma, a rare and incurable form of brain […]

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Mrs Enginerd TV Shows and Movies

Voltron: Legendary Defender Season 5

Netflix and DreamWorks are at it again with the newest installment of the Voltron: Legendary Defender saga. Launched the Friday of the ECCC 2018, the conference was full of opportunities to meet the cast and creative team! 🎉 Sadly I missed this due to work. 😤😭😫 I did get a special edition poster during the […]

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Comic Books and Super Heroes Mrs Enginerd Nerd Stuff Travel

ECCC 2018: Geeks and Mental Health Awareness

For this edition of the Emerald City Comic Con there was no discernible topic or theme in the marketing and promo materials, at least not one beyond be Geek and Proud of it. However, as my adult family walked the halls and attended panels, talk about mental illness awareness permeated the stages and panel Q&As. […]

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Adulting Mrs Enginerd

The Terrorists Won

Caucasian. Black. Latino. Christian. Muslim. Liberal. Supremacist. Illegal. Immigrant. Homegrown. Male. Female. LGBT. Regardless of ethnicity, creed, nationality or sexual preference, the terrorists have won. We won’t take their assault weapons guns away because “every citizen that wants one has to be vetted via background check at the Federal and State level”. Not very reassuring […]

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Mrs Enginerd STEM

#IMarriedAnEngineer

February celebrates National E-Week and this year, I’d like to try to start a movement to celebrate all engineering spouses. It is not easy to love and support this rare breed of human who can fix anything, break anything, and explain anything that crosses their path with math, science and a nerdy sense of humor. […]

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Book Reviews Mrs Enginerd

Goodreads Challenge, 2016, 2017 and beyond!

Seems like it was only yesterday when I started to blog about the books and hobbies I embarked on as my 30s moved along. In 2015, I managed to read 55 books and by 2016 I had adjusted that number to 60, then up to 100. I am honestly not certain that I hit the […]