This week in the Slacktiverse, September 13th 2014

(posted by chris the cynic, written by members of The Slacktiverse)

The Blogaround

  • Storiteller enjoyed hanging out with her friends this past weekend, both the folks with and without kids.  In Faire Thee Well, she talks about visiting the local Renaissance Faire with her family and friends of theirs.  She loves how these fairs can both cultivate imagination and potentially break down stereotypes.  She also discusses how she and her husband have worked to see their friends without kids as much as possible after their son was born, offering some suggestions to fellow new parents in We Do Still Want to See You – Seriously.

    While not on her blog, she also had a guest post on the Children and Nature Network.  They asked her to rework a post from her blog, resulting in Valuable Lessons: What I Want to Teach My Son About Nature.
  • chris the cynic wrote:
    • I posted the first chapter of a story in which a handful of people awaken to find themselves in an abandoned cryogenic prison on the moon.  It is a Kim Possible fan fiction, but one shouldn’t need to be familiar with the show to understand it.  It’s called “Forgotten Seeds”.
    • I talked about my financial situation and picking up another form of blood sucking parasite (not a metaphor) in “School, oil, money, and stuff“.

In Case You Missed This

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Things You Can Do

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–Co-authored by the Slacktiverse Community

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2 thoughts on “This week in the Slacktiverse, September 13th 2014

  1. Steve Morrison September 14, 2014 at 11:04 am

    Shouldn’t this be dated September 13th, rather than 6th? (Though I’m biased in favor of the sixth since it’s my birthday!)

  2. christhecynic September 14, 2014 at 3:22 pm

    Yes it should. I was tired. It’s fixed in the title now, but the address preserves the mistake.

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