The Chronicles of Going to Narnia Rehearsals

That’s right. I finally broke down and asked the DreamWrights folks for their wifi password. It’s been nice taking Chuck and Morgan to rehearsals — I can spread my stuff out on one of the couches in the lobby and spend almost 2.5 undisturbed hours working. The director stopped by on one of my earlier visits to commend me…

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On a Rainy Sunday

Yes, I certified my Geek Street Cred this weekend and finally learned to play Magic. Late Last night, Alethea Queen of the Elves stomped the table and triumphed in a bloody battle. (I know, I know, Gypsy stacked the deck. But I was learning to play! I also learned that I have slightly more evil tendencies than an all-green…

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You Learn Something New Every Day

We’re out in the garage earlier — I’ve got my head down on the nice cool picnic table, sucking fresh air in between the puffs on Gypsy’s cigarette, and Gypsy’s explaining to Morgan about what she refers to as her “mosquito deck” of Magic cards. She goes on to say: “You know, the mosquitos that bite you are only…

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The Gift That Keeps On Giving

There is a moment from this weekend frozen in my mind: the girls are on the couch combing their lustrous clean locks, Tomo’s patiently waiting to find out just what he’s being sent to the drug store for this time, and I’m cross-legged on the floor between Della’s legs as she sits above me on the couch, inspecting the…

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Birthday Radio Silence

I didn’t actually mean to shove the laptop in a corner and leave the phone downstairs all weekend…it just turned out that way. If you just can’t wait to hear about all the fun and games, pop on over to The Gypsy’s blog: www.kellidunlap.com. Otherwise I’ll be blogging tomorrow about Illness, Infestation, Interesting times, and Mr. Ichi. Much love…

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What It Takes

It all started with an innocent Tweet, as many things this day and age do. After a long, magical weekend at Horrorfind, a group of us retired back to Kelli & Bob’s house. The weather was beautiful. Worn out as we were, we decided to just sprawl all over the front porch. There were no theatrics or rip-roaring conversations;…

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