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30 Days of Character Development: Day 1

The following entries for the “30 Days of Character Development” project are all for my main Toriah, blood elf expert markswoman who gained the rank of Ranger Captain before she was handpicked by the Lord Regent to represent her people … Continue reading

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Minipost: Marriage is Like a Two-Person Raid Team

A lot of my posts cover people’s necessity for other people. As humans, we’re continuously completing one another in various aspects. From sports to the workplace to the hearth, we’re reminded time and time again that we can’t do everything … Continue reading

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Gratitude and Thanksgiving

I’ve got a little project at work this week where people are supposed to let a fellow coworker know how much they appreciate them— either the person did something awesome, was super helpful, or just a generally great person. It’s … Continue reading

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He Ain’t Heavy…

It’s my brother’s birthday tomorrow. Yeah, he’s a 7/11 baby and it certainly makes his birthday easy to remember. He’s one of the strongest influences in my life. I wouldn’t have many of the interests— or the benefits of those … Continue reading

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Peace of Mind (Another Love Letter to My Guild)

When I was a fledgling recruitment officer for my friends-and-family-guild-turned-casual-raiding-guild, I had no effing clue as to what I was doing. My GM and his wife tasked me with getting more people so we could move onto 25-man content, so … Continue reading

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