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Renee Stevens

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    US-Wyoming
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    Writing romance fiction, reading, camping, hunting, fishing, anything outdoors

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  1. Yay! We're finally moving back into.our bedroom.

    1. MacGreg

      MacGreg

      Why were you moved out?

    2. Renee Stevens

      Renee Stevens

      Good morning @MacGreg Sir. We've been sleeping in the downstairs spare room since Baby J was born. We didnt plan on staying downstairs so long, but with the various surgeries (c-section, gallbladder, and then appendix) we didnt want me carrying him up and down the biggest set of stairs. But now we're back in our room and Baby J is in his own room right next to us.

  2. It's so much fun *sarcasm* knowing that my hubby is currently working near a currently burning fire that has burned 500 acres (so far), and that they've started evacuating people (but no way to know for sure whether they've evacuated where he's at).  It doesn't help that I can't get a hold of him!!!  It's gonna be a sleepless night.

    1. MacGreg

      MacGreg

      Everyone OK? 

    2. Renee Stevens

      Renee Stevens

      @MacGreg Yes, Sir. i finally got a message from Him this afternoon while i was taking a nap with Baby J. The job is done and He is away from the fire.

  3. Happy GA anniversary, tim!

    1. Mikiesboy

      Mikiesboy

      Awwww, thank you, honey xoxo

  4. Hard to believe that it's already August! Seems like this year has gone so fast. To start this week off right, we have a review from Puppilull. Enjoy! Little Ms. Who Pmsingtiger Reviewer: Puppilull Status: Complete Word Count: 71,016 Meeting the person of your dreams and then falling in love. A story as old as mankind. But when the person you meet isn’t who you think they are, thing can get complicated. Really complicated. Add a psycho bitch and a small town which may or may not be open-minded enough to handle the diversity of real life, and you have a potent brew capable of setting your mind and heart at work. What would you do if the person you desired was not who you expected beneath the clothes? I have thought about this question a lot while reading this story, and while I would like to firmly say “I fall in love with a person, not a gender” I’m not at all sure this would be the case. A possibly hurtful thing to say, I fear, but a sincere attempt to be honest and intended to invite a discussion, not disagreement. To me, attraction and love are complicated matters, not fit for blanket statements. But that might be my own comfortable position as a mainstream person talking. So this story effectively points out the gray areas of life. To be truthful, those are the ones most interesting to read about. “Little miss who” doesn’t shy away from drama, as it is filled with heartbreak and infuriating small-mindedness. The characters are well written and come alive as actual people, so expect them to make mistakes and face the consequences. Rest assured though. Pmsingtiger manages to bring matters to a fever-pitch without going over the top. Throughout, it remains believable and not overstated for effect. To balance these more angsty parts, there is also loyalty and unrelenting friendship. It’s a story of taking a leap of faith and learning to trust, opening your heart and realizing just how deeply you are loved. Keeping an open mind and heart can show you the world. Will you be ready? Category: Fiction Genres: Drama, Romance Tags: mature adult, adult, gay, north america, anal, transgender Rating: Mature
  5. The next chapter of Wide Open Spaces will be up shortly!

  6. Yay! It's a good feeling to have something on the list again!
  7. This little guy is gonna be the death of me. He smacked his head pretty good on one of his big toys so after calling and talking to a nurse and making sure there weren't any worrisome symptoms (other than a little unsteady on his feet, which he already was because of the ear infections and he was super tired already) we spent last night on the living room floor so that I wouldn't sleep too deeply and could wake up through the night to check on him.  So far, he seems to be acting normally. 

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    2. Puppilull

      Puppilull

      My youngest always went head first. So much so that her kindergarten teacher got a bit worried we'd think he was being negligent. I assured him she was just the same at home. Some kids just never stop and think. She's made it to 9 yo without any major incident. Now, she moves with slightly more care. 

    3. Kitt

      Kitt

      Mine is 28 and still does things like backing up on a mini golf course instead of turning, then steps off into the artificial creek!

    4. Puppilull
  8. Feeling so bad for my little guy. Eight teeth coming in at once 😭

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    2. comicfan

      comicfan

      Remember all too well when my godson went through it. Ice pops, cold teething rings, and even a cold cloth was used. Hang in there. 

    3. Renee Stevens

      Renee Stevens

      Well.... while I know his teeth hurt, they've never bothered him this bad, so took him to the doc. On top of the teeth coming in, my little guy has ear infections in both ears. Poor little man. Explains why he hasnt been as steady on his feet.

    4. comicfan

      comicfan

      Sorry Renee. Ear infections are the worst. Had them often as a child. I know you'll do all you can to make him comfortable. Hang in there. Hopefully, he will be better soon. 

  9. Looking at all the anthology theme suggestions for next year, there are a few that sparked ideas. Might have to try and do some writing, regardless of which ones are picked!

  10. In just over an hour, I'll have a 'new to GA' story posting in Premium!  Wide Open Spaces was originally published as part of Dreamspinner Press' States of Love series. Now that I have the rights back, I'm posting it on GA Premium. Hope you all enjoy!

  11. Great themes, tim. Can you copy them into the thread? The link is in the blog post.
  12. It's that time of year again!!! I had something else planned for today, but as I've been having trouble fitting in this post, I decided to go ahead and post it. As those who have been here for years can tell you, it's the members who help us determine the themes for the years anthologies. From now until August 14th, the GA membership can suggest themes and then a group of authors will narrow those themes down. The following are the theme suggestion guidelines (more details in the theme suggestion thread): Members can suggest up to 5 themes All theme suggestions can be no more than 3 words (any theme suggestion going over this will be disqualified) Suggested themes can NOT be a previously used theme. You can check the list of past themes, here. Theme suggestions posted on the blog entry do not count. You must post your suggestions in the theme suggestion thread. Once the theme suggestions are closed to new themes, a group of authors will help narrow down the list and pick the themes for the 2020 Anthologies, which will then be posted both in the forum and in the weekly wrap up blog.
  13. Baby J might be getting a puppy tomorrow.  It's sad watching him try to play with the big dogs and they wont play with him. Maybe I'm nuts, but we decided he needs a puppy to grow up with and be his best friend.

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    2. Renee Stevens

      Renee Stevens

      @Reader1810 we thought about that, but we want the pup to be raised around him from the start or we could be in the same boat. Both our dogs love kids, but had no.experience prior to Baby J with little little kids,  which we suspect is part of the reason they wont play with him. Plus, it would be a bit risky bringing a dog into the house that we dont know for sure why they were given up or how they were treated

    3. Reader1810

      Reader1810

      All good points, Renee. A puppy it is. :) 

    4. Timothy M.

      Timothy M.

      Will your older dogs be OK with a puppy ?

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