We all remember the Lost in Space season when a space station is orbiting around Earth and there is no evidence of any life beyond the station. The whole thing was a little silly and unnecessary, but we still enjoyed it.
There is a sequel, Lost in Space 2, which promises to be the same thing, only worse. It will start out with a whole bunch of space station survivors stranded in a black hole, and then they turn into literal space-sick zombies. It’s sort of a big deal because we all remember how fun it was to be a space-sick zombie.
There’s a third one, Lost in Space 3, that will follow the same plot structure but with a lot more space.
We were also a fan of the original Lost in Space, so we’re hoping the new game will be a little less silly. Unfortunately, that doesn’t seem to be the case.
As many of you know, I went on a bit of a hiatus from the blog for several months when my mom passed away. I’m not sure if that has anything to do with this, but I haven’t been doing much writing or posting on the blog. I guess I just haven’t had time.
And now with the death of my mom, I’ve been really missing being back in the blogosphere. I have so many great old posts that I would love to re-post but I just dont have the time. I’m sure there is a way to do it, but I just don’t know what it is.
Well, at least now you can find my blog on Google Reader. I don’t know if it will be on your feed, but it should be there, and I will probably post there regularly anyway.
When I signed up, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with the blog, so I thought I would give it a try. I love to post and I love to write, so I figured I would share some of my more recent stuff. Like the most recent story I posted on the first of May 2011, about a day that I spent with my Mom after my Dad passed away.
How is this even possible? You can tell a story about a day that your family is trying to get through, it is truly amazing. It is so true to the life that our family has lived, and it is so relatable and such a part of the reason that I still blog.
The second of May 2011 was a Day 1 of Lost In Space. It was a day I spent on a space station with my family. It was a day I spent with my family after my Dad passed away. It is not a day I would want to spend with any other family. This is not to say they are horrible people, they are just not my family. I am just not their type of person.