The Cray Cray Vaycay (The Final Chapter)

This is the third and final installment in my autobiographical Mount Airy Lodge saga. If you’re reading this before reading the first two parts, you’re doing it wrong.

Start here.

Then read this one. You’ll be glad you did!

And, without further ado, sit back and enjoy the exciting conclusion of The Cray Cray Vaycay!

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A game of tennis. That, I decided, would take my mind off of the ratty, scuffed up, boring bathtubbed awfulness of Mount Airy Lodge.

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Rebloggy Friday Part 6: Myths of the Mirror

There are so many awesome blogs out there…  So I thought I’d plug some of my favorites!

In my last Rebloggy Friday, I mentioned fantasy writer extraordinaire D. Wallace Peach, whose blog, Myths of the Mirror, is waaay more popular than mine. (And deservedly so!)

But after reading one of her recent posts, I thought she deserved another shout out.

In “Separating Immigrant Children From Parents” she powerfully articulates why the Trump Administration’s cruel policy toward asylum seekers not only represents an acute moral failing, but also may result in lasting biological and psychological damage to the affected children.

It is a passionate appeal backed by hard science and well worth your time. Please read it. Then share it.

Check out other Rebloggy Fridays here.