February 17, 2011 5:42 AM
Posted by Jei D. Marcade
Sorry I missed this week's Wordy Wednesdays, guys! (In my defense, I got distracted by an extremely attractive humanoid.)
❤ Hand-made cards from camerados! I love getting mail, and original work by my creative amigos trumps the utilities bill by a long shot. This one winged by way from my former roomie and webcomic artist, Sarah! Almost half of my cork board currently features her handiwork, from postcards to comics to Riceboy fanart. She is super talented, so you should check her out!
❤ Monstrous Discrepancies, a comic by Winston Rowntree. Always a good one to go back to if your social anxieties are flaring up again.
❤ Welsh Corgis. Long have I desired to
❤ "The Wendy Trilogy" by S. J. Tucker. I always thought poor Wendy kind of got the short end of the stick in Peter and Wendy, always having to be the responsible one. She could've made a rockin' pirate. I've listened to this trilogy on repeat, and still get chills. S. J. Tucker is a pretty powerful performance artist.
To sum up:
Now, Wendy never was a girl to go against her friends
But recall when Hook had kidnapped her and promised no good end
Surrounded then by pirates and asked to join the crew,
the story goes she told them no, but not all tales are true!
Wouldn't she rather climb the rigging and wield a cutlass bright,
Wouldn't she rather have her own sweet say o'er wrong and right?
"Your decision, girl," says Hook. "You think you'll pass the test?"
The scurvy crew are sniggering, but Wendy answers "Yes!
You set me any task, old man, and watch me see it through.
You've never known the likes of piracy a girl can do!"
Here's Part II: Red-Handed Jill and Part III: Green-Eyed Sue / Sue's Jig