Deputy Stylist Needed

Finding a deputy stylist is proving to be a big old pain in boot spurs. It’s enough of a challenge to find a willing worker skilled in sourcing vintage southwestern accessories, let alone one who’s willing to accept working under a veteran stylist like myself.  This is not to big note myself, but just to …

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Frontier Businessman

In high school, my generation was told that we could be anything – at least, that’s what me and my cohort were told, although I did go to a particularly nerd-laden school where everyone was generally expected to become a success. Now that I think about, there was a certain amount of pressure to become …

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Duty to Destiny

Buying a house has never really interested me. It’s just not on my radar. Buying a castle, on the other hand – now, that gets me excited. Think of the possibilities! From masquerade balls and jousting tournaments to pulling out the trebuchet on special occasions, a castle offers endless opportunities for establishing one’s rule.  I …

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My Botanical Balcony

I love me some gardens, see! I got myself a little planter box at home, right outside on the balcony. There’s barely enough time to turn around on that thing, but I got my planter box hanging over the edge. It’s on display, so you bet that after a long day of hunting for the …

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More Enlightened Roads

Sometimes I look at the road systems of this modern human society and I’m halfway between impressed and wondering how anyone is still alive. Ground-based transport was done away with long ago where I’m from, because of the potential for accidents. The only people walking around on the ground were the unwashed masses who did…well, …

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Also an Eco Warrior

As much as I know I’m pretty awesome, I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t impressed by my classmates. Master Tiger Sun is exclusive with who he chooses to train, and now that everyone has properly connected with their spirit animal, I can see why. There’s me using my centipede to shake the ground, …

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My Former Friend

You know, sometimes it takes a meeting with an old friend to truly figure out why you’re not friends with that person anymore. I hadn’t seen my old friend Justine since high school; we did all the same subjects, same exams, said we’d be friends forever, then went to different universities and never saw each …

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She’s a Spy, Aye

I cannot believe it. I cannae believe it. What I mean is that I can’t believe that Shaun was secretly Scottish this entire time. She’s been living in Realsville for ten years, faking an Australian accent, and only recently was it revealed that she’s an envoy of Scotland, send to study these Australian people by …

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