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Tag Archives: family
The family who games together stays together. In fact, that reminds me, I forgot about sharing some recent work I commissioned from a few artists I follow. It’s even on topic because I paid for it with virtual currency. So, … Continue reading
I never met my maternal grandmother. In fact, even my mother barely met her before she died. My grandfather (also never met) remarried and the grandmother I knew ended up with so many daughters its like naming the seven dwarves … Continue reading
Thanks to my son’s nanowrimo workbook (I’m helping him through it), I’m thinking about setting more. A few of my earlier stories contain settings filled with character, done on purpose. Until recently, I simply didn’t think about trying the opposite: … Continue reading
I mentioned this treasured item (by both my sister and I) in at least one post prior. I find myself thinking of it again and felt it deserved its own entry. My mother wrote short stories in my early childhood. … Continue reading
Thanks to A Homeschool Mom Blog, I just took on a new fiction project and it involves my super-excited son. We consider it part of our homeschooling project (Caput Draconis Homeschool). I think this will prove, not only great fun, … Continue reading