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I’ve been thinking about this post for a couple of days now. My emotions over this filming, or potential filming, or maybe there will be a filming, has been like a roller coaster. Not only do I rise to new … Continue reading
There is no greater thrill than working with a team of artists of all different mediums together on one project. Continue reading
Death did not disturb him for a mer’s passing was graceful, as is the swaying of the ocean under a summer’s moon. If his mother had died naturally, he would have taken comfort in knowing she was fulfilling the final cycle of life.
But she didn’t die naturally. Continue reading
All life comes to the same end whether on land or in the sea. Tas could accept that. It was not death that disturbed him. A mer’s passing oftentimes was graceful, as is the swaying of the ocean under a summer’s moon. If his mother had died naturally, he would have taken comfort in knowing she was fulfilling the final cycle of life.
But she didn’t die naturally.
Because of that, grief would adhere to him as mussels adhere to the pilings under the pier, skeletons of forgotten shapes crusting over remnants of a once-living creature.
Tas will never forget Continue reading
Cassie’s idea of doing a term project on revolutions that took place all over the world at the turn of the century was the best idea anyone in her class was going to come up with. There were scores of … Continue reading