Monthly Archives: April 2021

Treehouse on my mind

I related before where my dad and I gathered the materials for my treehouse. I want to refresh the story. We tore down an old barn that stood on the other side of the alley that ran behind our house. … Continue reading

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Verin – Newborn

Raja sat outside the door, shivering. The cold winds of winter blew through his coat as he waited, as tradition required, outside while Ema gave birth to their first child. She had assured him that it was a male kit. … Continue reading

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Grumble disturbs the world once more

The great demon Grumble poked at the edges of this prison. It carefully examined those parameters. Even after sleeping ten thousand years, Grumble feared what those guards might d Continue reading

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Politics in Alfheim

The Chancellors chambers The meeting had started with a debate about the King ‘s establishing the Boar Akarn landskap. Of course, the Traditionalists were against it. Those arguments had taken up the better part of two shadows. Chancellor Alfsson, in … Continue reading

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The little store on West Graham

I must have been somewhere between four and six when Mom took me into the small mom-and-pop grocery store on West Graham Avenue. An older couple ran the place. Once upon a time, I knew the name of the little … Continue reading

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