"Those that know him will affirm that The Vlargitect is a very visual person. Visual. Whether you want to see it or not. Even if you look away, he'll put the image in your head one way or another." -Vitralis, Chronicler of VlargoCity
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Joanne – It’s funny the things we stock up on!Kelsey – I’ll awensr a couple of your questions here and a couple later.I live in Germany because both my husband and my business are here. I am from Kansas because that is where all my family is from. Because I work freelance, I am able to spend some of the year there too.I am a fast reader. I probably read mostly in my bed.Emmy is very spoiled She’s been getting me up earlier and earlier every morning because she’s bored and wants attention.I love the supportive blogging community!
Liv – Blasphemy!H – My answers to 2 of your quetsions now:Whatever pen is handy.I think my favorite thing about being a teen was the feeling that there was still so many directions I could take.Staci – I’m an advertising copywriter and I work freelance, mostly from my home office. But I do go visit my clients from time to time for briefings and meetings and such.
Look, Trixie is a normal name. Just not over-used. I personally know a little girl named “Surreal” and another named “Rogue.” I still think that Surreal is borderline child abuse of a name. So Trixie has it good. When our best friends chose Ruby, I sorta thought it had a hooker-like sound. But now that I know her, she doesn’t seem like a baby prostitute. So, associations change. I always liked Trixie anyway. But thanx for the suggestions for unique names for our next one – I’m liking Velocity – kind of like Felicity, only faster and more exciting.Hannah
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