I know, I know– I just got back and I’m already sending you away?
The thing is, I did a little blogging while I was gone and I wanted you to check it out. 384 more words
After pausing last week, we continue now with post 4 of 6 in the series of poems and prose that Rara sent to be shared with the Stories community. 285 more words
I don't have any great words to use here... one again Rara's words have left me hurting in shared grief over the depth of her loss. Read on and leave messages of love as you can.
This is post 3 of 6 of a series of poems and prose that Rara sent to be shared with the Stories community. Next week we take a break from this series and will feature two posts that were submitted to be shared, and then we will resume this series the following week. 134 more words
"An orange buffalo is a thing we are told exists, but doesn't." But what if we believe in that thing so fiercely, it becomes real to us? And then what if it stolen from us? What if it bleeds? What if it dies? Head over to Stories today and read Rara's adaptation of the recurring lines and themes from her husband's novel.
Our beloved and much missed blogging dinosaur, Rara, sent me the following words to share with the Stories That Must Not Die community. I had planned on just posting them here for you all to consume as is, but considering I cried while typing them up, I figured I should probably warn you, before you read, her words are powerfully sad and explode with her pain and grief. 435 more words
We interrupt our regular programming (I know, I know, the programming hasn’t been regular for a while, I’m getting to that) to bring you this very important message……. 420 more words
Rara will be out soon, but she'll need our help. Please go read this post by the wonderful Madame Weebles to find out more about one way you can give back to our dino-friend as she, literally, starts from scratch upon her release.
“I don’t know.”
“I just don’t know.”
These phrases dominate her vocabulary at the moment. I’ve talked to her on the phone twice and seen her in person once since she found out her husband died, and these expressions have become her default conversation starter and go-to silence filler. 786 more words