Attack Kittens

Attack kittens. I gave my nephew a shirt with a kitten like a fire breathing dragon attacking a city.

I found these as shirts at Amazon. Little monster kittens like King Kong and the Kracken.
attackitten2The Mountain Krakitten Adult T-Shirt, Grey, Small

attackkitten1The Mountain Men’s King Kitten, Gray, Small
Fun, but not very affordable. Why are so many things printed on T-shirts.… Read the rest

The Original Save the Dragons Campaign from GeoCities

The following is posted from the site I found many years ago and lost track of eventually. I have not changed spelling or anything else. But, I did not save all the image files. You can see the full site, as long as the Wayback Machine keeps it saved. I could not find the original source/ person from the site.… Read the rest

Personality of the Dragon: Dominance and Ambition

Personality of the Dragon

As the sole imaginary animal, the dragon ranks fifth in the Chinese Zodiac. The dragon is the most vital and powerful of any in the Chinese zodiac, although with an infamous reputation for being a hothead and possessing a sharp tongue. In ancient times, people thought that dragons could control everything in the world, for they symbolized the character traits of dominance and ambition.

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Dragons Could Exist

I’d like to think dragons could exist. I saved a copy of this years ago, from the source article. But, the article changed and this part is now gone. Glad I save it at the time.

If it is possible that the Loch Ness Monster may have been one of the last remaining members of an extinct species then the same could be true for the dragon.

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Creative Drawing and Journaling

Originally posted to SuiteU, part of Suite101. SuiteU is being removed from the site. I wanted to save the ecourses so this resource would not disappear.
Drawing 101
By Joan Martine Murphy

Introduction

Most people would love to be able to draw what they see. Many people find enormous pleasure in the art of self-expression. Sadly the idea of learning to draw skillfully is quite daunting for a high percentage of people of the Western World.… Read the rest

Writing a Children’s Book

Originally posted to SuiteU, part of Suite101. SuiteU is being removed from the site. I wanted to save the ecourses so this resource would not disappear.

Writing a Children’s Book

By Sally Odgers

Introduction

 

Do you enjoy writing for children? Have you often read books to children and thought you would like to write one?… Read the rest

Remembering HerCorner and the HerPlanet Network

31Over ten years ago I wrote a site called HerCorner as part of the HerPlanet network of sites for women.  Included in the site I wrote were writing exercises, short ideas people could pick up, try and move on with their writing day. I kept all of them on the same page. That way, if the first idea didn’t do much for any one reader, the next or the next would eventually work for them.… Read the rest