I very rarely Blog or talk about certain upcoming events in my life, as life has shown me the moment I mention them, it all disappears or it turns to crap. So right here I will mention five events that may change things around for me.
Event #1 – After eight years here at Squanto Court were I’ve seen my kids grow up and many other things that I cannot mention here. We are moving, no longer will we be shackled to this too small two up two down imitation of a Townhouse. We will instead be moving to Three bedroom corner Terrace house with a club basement. This of course means lots of stuff to move, lots of things to rearrange, and generally lots of stuff to do over the next couple of weeks. It is time to move though, although I will admit that Squanto Court holds a lot of memories for me.
Melinda Gordon (Jennifer Love Hewitt) is a young woman with the unique ability to communicate with the earthbound spirits of people who have died. When Melinda is able to help the lost souls who contact her and those who are still alive, she learns that her unique talent is an asset and not a liability. Ghost Whisperer used to air Fridays at 8PM on CBS and is most likely on syndication somewhere.
On Friday October 17th 2008 in Season 4: Episode 3 – Ghost in the Machine premiered – While I never watched the show, the synopsis of the episode reads; Ned shows Melinda his online gaming community, Altworld-2, Melinda discovers a ghost is able to continue playing the game as his avatar.
On this day after the showed aired Alt-world.com received a huge spike in traffic thanks to this Episode (10K+ overnight). This post has been created to commemorate this rather unusual and very coincidental event.
For the record Alt-World.com is not connected to Altworld-2, and I am not developing, nor have I created a game of any cyber reality event, although from time to time I can be found playing online games (very rarely nowadays)… sorry for any confusion.
I am a writer of fantasy stories ranging from Teddy Bears taking on the Monsters under the Bed, to traditional fairy tales. I am also a freelance Graphic Designer, creator of silly shirts, sometimes traditional Games Designer and full-time Web Designer. Since you are here please take a look around the website and check out my work maybe even buy a book or two.
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