Fiction’s Fearless Females: Rey

I have heard that the opposite of love is fear, not hate, which may be first emotion that comes to mind due to the love/hate analogies we often make. If we go by that assumption, then someone who is fearless, or without fear, is someone who loves immensely. When asked by My Comic Relief to … Continue reading Fiction’s Fearless Females: Rey

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Fan Art Friday! Naboo Drama

Here we are again...our once-a-month Star Wars coloring book fun between Mei-Mei and I. Be sure to check out Mei-Mei's interpretation of this mandala...looks like we picked similar colors, though slightly different.     I really like the way my picture turned out this time around. I blended lots of colors and tried shading techniques … Continue reading Fan Art Friday! Naboo Drama

Fan Art Friday! Industrial Display

First Fan Art Friday of 2019! Always exciting. 🙂 I can't believe we're still doing this 3 years later; it's really quite amazing. What's also amazing is this is a perfect example of how two people can completely interpret art differently. While I saw a dark, industrial, oppressive picture, Mei-Mei created something with an incredible … Continue reading Fan Art Friday! Industrial Display

Why TPM is Important, Again

I have a bone to pick with Rod Hilton, the creator of the Machete Order. If you cut out TPM from the order, people will ALWAYS have questions about Anakin's past. I agree that it is not necessarily super important for the plot. You can squish the few necessary storylines from TPM into AOTC or … Continue reading Why TPM is Important, Again

My Daughter & Star Wars

"How are you going to introduce Star Wars to your kid?" As soon as I announced my pregnancy, that was one of the most common questions people asked me. And it baffled me. Is this really a concern? Before I was even thinking about babies, I wrote a post about it, and in my naive … Continue reading My Daughter & Star Wars