After the dragon attack, we gathered up our things, our kids, and our random body parts and moved to a new place.
It was a townhouse in a row of townhomes. The red one.
I knew moving was the right thing. We all felt much better when we got there.
Nova found the best source of drinking water.
I was in no mood to put up with his crap. “You’ll wish you had no brain when I cut your head in half!”
After that we got all hot and bothered.
And made wild woohoo in our new bed.
While we were otherwise distracted, the kids found other things to do.
He’s crazy about his little girls.
I don’t let on that I know he’s a softie.
Aren’t they adorable?
The only one in the house who was lonely was Nova. When we moved to the new place, my brothers and sisters wanted to take the other cats home with them. So Nova was all-of-a-sudden an only cat.
They immediately hit it off.
In the middle of all this suffocating cuteness, I got a party invitation. I can’t say that the location of the party was all that inviting.
I met a cute little old fairy. Who hit on me.
I figured a little bit of flirting was just revenge for William’s conduct at our last party.
So I blasted him.
Much easier than answering awkward questions.
Hey! It’s the Wonderlands! I haven’t written them in ages because I was trying to focus on getting the Samples finished. That failed. Instead, I burned out and didn’t do anything for months. So I’m going to try to give my other challenges a little love and see if I can get back into things :).
BTW: The two toddlers hugging was an experiment. I’ve always hated that most interactions are turned off for toddler-toddler. An adult can hug a toddler. An adult can chat with a toddler. A child can play peek-a-boo with a toddler. But without the playpen, they can’t do anything with each other. So I tried using NRaas Retuner to turn on hugs between toddlers, then I tested it to see what the animation would do. It was perfect! Soooo cute! I will now turn it on for all of my games.