My father was so gregarious! He loved people and made friends wherever he went. Dad loved the companionship and conversations he shared with others. He always greeted folks with a big smile. His upbeat sense of humor was contagious.
Today I want you to remember him at his happiest, when he was surrounded by friends and family.
Dad looked forward to holidays at the Moritz home and at the Bignell farm. He enjoyed family reunions and picnics in the summer.
Many weekends he went to the farm to help with chores and chat with my uncles, who were like his own brothers. He enjoyed visits to his mother’s home where he could spend time with his sisters and nephew.
Dad enjoyed participating in sports: golfing, bowling, softball and billiards. He loved to feel included and thrived in his league bowling team and summer church league softball team. Continue reading A Tribute to My Father
Obsidian Portal Character Sheet
Blood: The Fox
Bone: Lone Wolf
Tribe: Hunter in the Darkness
Occult (The Hosts) 2
Brawl (Bite) 3
Stealth (Surprise Attack) 4
Subterfuge 3 Continue reading Morgan – Werewolf & Deadly Assassin
I have many fond memories of card games as a child, but in every one of those memories, I’m shuffling the cards wrong. I have no intention of learning how to do it ‘right’ either.
My mother taught me how to play my first card games: Go Fish and Slap Jack. I was 3-4 years old when I sat across the kitchen table from her, learning how to shuffle cards. Despite being severely right-handed, I shuffle left-handed due to my attempts to mirror my mother’s hands as she shuffled. When I was a little older, she taught me how to play Pinochle and Solitaire. Pinochle was difficult because of the ‘meld’ phase and figuring out the score after each hand. I felt ‘grown up’ when we played Pinochle though. Continue reading Why I Shuffle My Cards Backwards
My gaming group was very excited to get to playtest Beast: The Primordial for Onxy Path. Here’s the information about my character.
Character Sheet PDF
Sergeant Riley Morgan
- How has life changed/remained the same since you became a Beast?
- Riley’s career has greatly benefited from her improved confidence and sense of power. She has earned a place in the community policing program – a practice in which an officer builds relationships with the citizens of local neighborhoods and mobilizes the public to help fight crime. This has actually helped Riley to feel more like she fits in and gives her a sense of purpose.
Continue reading Sergeant Riley Morgan – Spider Cop