When I feel low, I want people to give me presents. Heck, I'm even happy when I receive a "present" I've ordered for myself: I lurve the UPS driver, the FedEX driver, ... basically whoever hands me the "present." And yes, my family frequently used material things to say I love you. We hugged and kissed and said I love you, but there was just enough gift-as-love/affection to make it into my ...Read More
Today on StoryWonk Daily, we talk about why characters break, and why it’s a bad, bad thing!
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Update: Over the weekend, after I’d written this post, we found Sam’s family. They live next door, which out here in the sticks is still a bit of a distance, and his name is Double D. Not sure where that name came from, but there was a little four-year-old girl who was very happy to have her kitty back. So, while we’re a little sad about losing Sam, it’s a good thing. Did I mention how I didn’t want a third cat?
I’ve always liked cats. They’re sweet, easy to train, and generally they can take or leave me, which I’ve always enjoyed. I’m not sure what it says about me that the ideal pet for me is indifferent to my existence, but there it is. I like an animal that, when he looks at me, even when he’s cuddling me,...Read More