Author Archives: the other scott peterson

About the other scott peterson

Writer of comics and books and stuff.

never heard the word impossible

This is what Top Management sang as she got up this morning.   In case you were still wondering if I were really married to a Disney character who grew up in the real world 1970s.  Advertisements

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Mother’s Day: an appreciation

For the guy who made the whole damn thing possible.  I think that's what makes Top Management so very special: she knows who should really be celebrated today (and every day). 

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she is not large…and yet…

I walk into the room just in time to hear Top Management say, as she's sorting stacks of papers into various piles, "I've gotten them all mixed up."    I say, "what, your emotions?"   She says, "yes, that's right. … Continue reading

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It’s Friday

I'm in love.  (She'd just been taking a picture of that amazing tree—since she hadn't photographed anything blooming in nearly two and a half minutes—and caught me taking a photo of her taking a photo. You can see how irate … Continue reading

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comedy is in the ear of the behearer

So it's breakfast. The Bean, The Golden Weasel and the Brawn are all nomming their favorite cereal, a kind that's usually too expensive to be able to buy for that many rapacious maws but which happens to have been on … Continue reading

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my home, now and forever

So today is the 29th anniversary of the first date Top Management and I ever went on. We've always considered it more of a real anniversary than our wedding, since that just made legal what we'd already known, at that … Continue reading

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the perils of being a self-taught reader

The Brawn says, "So. Dad. Scrohjum and…what's the name of the one who always yells 'that's it!'?" I am momentarily poleaxed by the name I cannot possibly have heard properly. I therefore reply, cogently, "…what?"  "What's the name of the one … Continue reading

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