About Life

Somebody & Little-Girl-Shrunk

A tiny child with fluffy ringlets is tottering along the path, jabbering away in Ee-wah-e-meee small talk. She totters past my unit every day and has the gift of the gabble. I don't understand her language, but I have no problem interpreting what it says about her: she's an engaging, peppy, strong-willed Miss Madam. I… Continue reading Somebody & Little-Girl-Shrunk

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Pop-up Stanley

To dispense with our need for human interaction and touch, the future will usher in pop-ups. All items will be ordered online and require no installation. My wish list? A pop-up partner. The online store will have a Character & Features menu like those in video games. I'll lift my couriered flat Stanley out of… Continue reading Pop-up Stanley

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Nine Love Notions

A while back, I scanned old journals before putting them in my rest-in-peace-drawer; it's a dark space, and what's in the drawer is seldom retrieved. Inspired by the golden oldie Love Potion No.9, I took extracts from the now-ancient-personal-history and created nine Love Notion Digital Cards. I seldom think about the period of my life… Continue reading Nine Love Notions

About Tarot

Two by Two, Me and You

Victorian Fairy Tarot by Lunaea Weatherstone, art by Gary A. Lippincott. Two little people sitting in a boat, love and water keeps them afloat. We meet that special, sexy someone and feel a vivid connection that brightens our world. We recognize their significance even though we barely know them. Soon it's row, row, row your… Continue reading Two by Two, Me and You

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Kaleidoscope Love

I'm going to take liberties with the fairy tale Rapunzel. Imagine Rapunzel repeatedly allowing her lusty lover to climb her hair and never questioning why he doesn't bring a rope to help her escape her prison. And then, one morose day, when he calls from below that he won't see her for the next two… Continue reading Kaleidoscope Love

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Taming the Beast

Strength from Tarot Mucha We snarl at the world, bare our teeth, bite off people's heads, lie in a corner licking our wounds, claw our way to the top. And what's in the belly of the beast, making us cantankerous and dangerous? Pain. People Are Irritating Nincompoops. Make them go away (roar). The best course… Continue reading Taming the Beast