It’s been 7 years since we put the first card in the sky.
So much has changed.
We almost had to close between this year and last. Somehow, running on miracles, we were able to save this place. &While things are still somewhat uncertain, I am grateful for this opportunity to continue what we are trying to build on.
Thanks for flying with us.
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Today is an odd day for me. For the past 14 years, I’ve had to deal with this day not only being the anniversary of my mother’s death, but her birthday as well.
When I want to celebrate her life & keep her memory going, that sudden sadness still tends to creep its way in. Understanding a lot of the roller coaster that is losing someone that close to you, I’ve been able to help others over the years.
For those of you that ask but rarely get an answer:
This is how I deal.
This has always been how I deal, cope, whatever you’d like to call it. Art is a therapeutic tool for me as much as it is a passion. Though, if you’ve been following here a while, you probably already know that.
I’ve got so much more to vent, but not here. We’ll save that for another Daydreams Diary.
Just know I care a lot about so many of you.
This one is for my Mom. 14 years and I still miss her like it was yesterday.
Happy Birthday, Mom.
One of my all-time favorite horror movies turns 30 today.
You can read my family-related tales that have to do with Child’s Play here in:
Another Walk Down Memory Lane
There are so many years worth of memories attached to movies like this one. What are some of your favorites?
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One of my great joys of the past few years has been the return of Fangoria. The magazine was a favorite purchase way back when, on the rare occasion I had some spare change.
When I couldn’t get it, my cousin always had a copy that he’d share with me. I was in love.
Lately, they’ve returned as a source of horror news for me and some others in my circle.
Here’s what they’re discussing today:
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Today this modern classic of the horror genre turns 26 years old.
This was a favorite of myself and my cousin when we’d go through our tradition of horror movie marathons. (Which was pretty much every time we got together.) It’s still as eerie and wonderful now as it always was.
A few years back, when we spoke of getting together again, (both of us now much older) just what movie do you think was at the top of our list? Oh yes. & I plan on enjoying it again shortly.
One thing that always stuck with me? The story is first told to the main characters by a janitor in a lovable, sort of gossipy way—-a lot like in the schools I grew up in while tagging along with my grandmother at her own janitorial occupation.
Ghost stories were a favorite topic amongst these wonderful women who my grandmother befriended. It’s no wonder I grew up with a taste for such things.
Is there an urban legend or ghost story in your area? Care to share? 😁
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