Suji was feeling under the weather this morning.  A simple change in her breathing was enough to wake me up at 5:05 a.m.  Not sure what it was that upset her stomach (I mean, take your pick.  She’s a very experimental eater, like her dad.) but after a quick vomit, she was ready for early breakfast.  And, after eating, she went right back to sleep like nothing happened.  I, on the other hand, take forever to fall asleep – and fall back asleep – so it was an early start on the day for me!  It’s amazing how much you can get done when you wake up at an ungodly hour.


P.S. Did you tell Amazon you want a new in-canon Stargate series yet?  You really should.  I’m sure they’d love to hear from you.

Gearing up for a rare dine-out tonight with some friends.  Things are finally getting back to normal…

Until the next wave and lockdown.

Today’s Yes/No…


4 thoughts on “November 16, 2021: I may have to take a nap between the main course and dessert!

  1. If one doesn’t experiment with one’s food, what’s the point? No new dishes would ever be created. I was experimenting just now tonight, as I often do.

  2. I reached out to The Companion App again:

    “Thank you for contacting us again about this and we must apologies (sic) for the delay. Our podcast scheduling has been significantly affected by our production of the Stargate A.I. table read and completing the final episodes of Brad Wright’s first season.

    Here is the current release schedule following the conclusion of our new production timeline following the confirmation of Richard Dean Anderson.

    Stargate A.I. VoD Release – 23rd Nov
    Mallozzi Pod – 25th Nov
    Jewel Pod – 2nd Dec
    RDA Pod – 9th Dec

    We are very excited for the release of Joseph Mallozzi’s interview and it is uncommon for there to be this length of time between the announcement and the episode release. Apologies for the wait and we hope you enjoy it when it arrives very soon.”

  3. A little late with a reply, but:

    “Does the fact that you made an emotional investment in something you spent time and money supporting give you the right to criticize it?”

    But when you’ve spent years thinking about and writing a show and know the direction for the show and fans do not, should you give into viewers who fell incredibly entitled?

    I’ve read a few articles from frustrated show runners and occassionally I’ve heard that when they give in the show goes downhill.

    I feel that I will accept what has been created and only if I really dislike it will I turn it off. I didn’t want to read your DM Season 4 scripts because I wanted to see the completely realized show and if and WHEN we get a conclusion, I want to be surprised!

  4. I just thought of an example. I was sorry you killed off Ellen Wong’s character of Misaki Han in DM. I loved her fierceness and her conniving all the time and was looking forward to more of her. I think she would have made a great addition as a main role but having invested many joyful hours in Dark Matter I sure wasn’t going to stop watching because I disagreed. I had to accept you knew what you were doing.

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