My Dear Reader…

Week of December  10, 2017:

Once again, I know I’ve been way too slow in getting posts out!

I’ve been busy with holidays, the Cross Guard Guild, and was -again- injured and getting physical therapy twice a week.

I know I know, very frustrating to wait on my slow behind, but it could be worse. It could be YOU dealing with the PT and everything else! But, so that some small mercy is bestowed on you, I have posted some lore for my Chronicles of Elyria County. Enjoy!


This blog has grown over the years. Initially it was started just as a place I could post about home schooling adventure, challenges, and the things we tried. We had our successes and failures. Now, our family has grown older and I can focus more and more on my own interests. This also means there could be mild adult content in some of the stories I write.

My original vision still stands very strong and I continue to build this blog to help bring others of various backgrounds together. You will find encouragement, reviews on the things I like and dislike, posts and rants about gaming, and creative writing. More importantly, a story that I had building in my heart and head for 16+ years is taking form before your very eyes if you but bear with me.

My SunFire Tigress Chronicles has been a passion of mine for so long, buried within the recesses of my imagination while I played the mom and caregiver to not only my own children, but the children of others. Her story was first played out in Role-Play well over a decade ago on Perhaps a few of you will come across this blog and recognize the name “Kridina” and her surname “SunFire”. I can no longer withhold her story and you will find her bursting onto the pages of this site from time to time.

Time is my enemy. I still have a life to live. Bills to pay, and a chronic health condition. I’ve worked hard to bring myself to the point I am today, but it is always a struggle. I use the gym and better dieting habits to build myself up and give me more fortitude. I am not weak! However, days I work (and I must because I have bills to pay) are days I limit other activities. I won’t even game. Few know the struggle because I am careful to allot what I am able to give to whatever endeavor I take on that day. Unfortunately, this affects my ability to take what is inside my head and put it into words for you to read. You will see my writing on days where I have the freedom to stay home, rest, and allow it to flow from my fingers to your eyes.

So, sit back. Provide me a little patience, and the stories will come.

Until next time, my pretties.

Questions or Comments?

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Special thanks to:

Joe Quillsong

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