Tuesday, June 5, 2012


So yes everyone I am doing a play this summer, even though I said I wouldn’t be doing a show. I have changed my mind for several reasons but this doesn’t mean that I am not going to have a fun summer. I love theatre and it is a hobby of mine, but it will not take over my entire summer. So the moral of the story is this folks, If you want to see me and hang out just let me know and I will figure out a time to make it happen. As summer approaches I have been working on my reading list and I have a few books to start off the list but if anyone has suggestions let me know. I love humor, sci-fi, and pretty much anything that isn’t too sad. DO NOT recommend the book “50 shades of Gray” someone already did and I told them I was not interested in that porno, LOL

Elliptical Machine: 410calories and 2.6miles

The Enterprise is intercepted by a Klingon attack cruiser carrying Ambassador K’Ehleyr, Worf’s one time love interest. K’Ehleyr is there to gain Picard’s help with a situation involving the current leader of the Klingon Empire K’mpec. K’mpec reveals that he has been slowly poisoned over the past few months and is dying. He has traveled this distance to enlist Picard’s help to become the overseer of the transition to the new leader of the Klingon Empire. The two options are Duras, the man we found was the true traitor the Empire for conspiring with the Romulans, and an outsider named Gowron. Picard and K’Ehleyr begin an investigation into who killed K’mpec all the while delaying the transition of power. Eventually it is revealed that Duras once again is up to no good and  Gowron takes control of the empire. The subplot involves the continued drama of Worf and K’Ehleyr’s love for each other which is now further complicated when she shows up with a young child named Alexander. Alexander is revealed to be Worf’s son though he struggles to accept him knowing that the boy will carry his shame for being from the family of a traitor. Duras kills K’Ehleyr during a heated discussion and Worf is faced with now being a single parent to young Alexander. Worf decides to do what he feels is best for the child and sends him to live with his human parents on Earth. 

1 comment:

  1. Wizards First Rule by Terry Goodkind is excellent. magic, action, love story. It's great! I was hooked by the end of the second chapter, and I had never liked the fantasy genre before.