I’ve wanted a charm bracelet tattoo for decades now. There were always certain ‘charms’ that I was sure I wanted – the T.A.R.D.I.S., a daisy, a book, and a butterfly, and a few others, though there were several – roughly five – that were always in flux. Last year, whilst in the middle of trying…

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Title: World of Darkness Developer: White Wolf (older) or Onyx Path (current) depending on which book you buy Platform(s): Tabletop RPG Release Date(s):1991 – Present Genre: Sci-fi/Supernatural/Real-World Players: As many as a GM can emotionally handle. Kid Friendly Rating: Perhaps 15+, this is completely dependent on the storyteller. This is a more adult series for sure, just look at the…

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Title: We Were Liars Author: E. Lockhart Published: May 13th, 2014 Pages: 225 Genre: YA, Mystery, Fiction Kid Friendly Rating:  13+ There is some language which includes the F word and other variations. There is some kissing and sensual exploration with shirts off. Underage drinking and drug use (pills).

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So a girlfriend of mine, from Hamilton, Ontario (Canada) had a nice little idea during these #100days, to see my responses to a few things. She wants to do a few more questions in a few of weeks as well, to see what’s changed. I did record the actual skype chat we had, so I…

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Title: Trust Author: David Moody Published: July 23rd, 2012 by Infected Books Pages: 298 Genre: Sci-Fi, Apocolyptic Kid Friendly Rating: 4/10, but I would certainly say 8/10 for ages 16 and up. The limited sexuality in the story is the only thing that does not allow me to rate this higher for “kids” below 16.

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Join Trey,Drew, and Al as they balance the ever difficult task of balancing gaming and parenting. This week we discuss the Educational Gaming. Below you will find  some links that we found interesting. Click here for a link to this weeks podcast! Main Topic Research Pages: What Makes a Good Learning Game What Makes a…

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Sometimes you just need to decide if you’re a leaf or a sunflower. Last year, my then fiancé (now husband) video chatted with me on Skype after his trek to Snug Harbor – where June 28th they were holding an annual Polish Festival. Since he’s a scuba diver, he went to support one of the…

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***Click here to listen to the podcast from this Dungeons and Dragons Adventure!*** The last time the adventurers left us they had met a mysterious dragon known as Eldrazzi, who employed them in his cause of uniting the chromatic dragons.  He told of an epic tale about his father and mother trying to do this…

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Join Trey,Drew, and Al as they balance the ever difficult task of balancing gaming and parenting. This week we discuss the Motion Picture Association of America. Below you will find  some links that we found interesting. Click here for a link to this weeks podcast! Gaming News: Age of Sigmar Age of Sigmar Rumors Parenting…

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Title: The Book of Three Author: Lloyd Alexander Published: March 12,1964 Pages: 217 Genre: Fantasy Series:  The Chronicles of Prydain Kid Friendly Rating: Ages 8+ (Reading level is the main reason)

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