Re: [Yuricon] Re: Tis sad news....
>> I thought that almost immediately, then spent the best part of anWhen my hair was shorter, I had the habit of braiding it on the sides, and
>hour trying to explain to P who Pippi was. LOL
>Not know who Pippi is? I loved Pippi Longstockings when I was a girl.
>She was the strongest girl we ever got to read about (Nancy Drew was
>the smartest). I wished I could have a Villa Villakulla.
one of my co-workers would always call me Pippi. Always loved those books,
and bought them all again just last year. I think my favorite game in them
was traversing the room without stepping on the floor. At random times
throughout my life, I've looked at a room and plotted out a course to take
that wouldn't include the floor. *grin*
- --- In Yuricon@y..., "Ashke" <ashke@m...> wrote:
> I think my favorite game in them was traversing the room withoutstepping on the floor. At random times throughout my life, I've
looked at a room and plotted out a course to take that wouldn't
include the floor. *grin*
Oh... I still do that too. I actually follow through and walk on the
couches and coffee table. Of course my husband isn't home when I do
- Hmm, I read the Secret Garden, too. Interesting.
One reason I read a lot of Sci-fi in my youth is that it's one of the
few kinds of mainstream fiction with lesbian and gay characters in
them. Mercedes Lacky, Gail Baudino, Spider Robinson, etc. etc.
--- In Yuricon@y..., "Erica Friedman" <e.l.f.@i...> wrote:
> >From: Trixterpriest@a...
> >Heheh...I was reading hardcore fantasy and science fiction ;p I
> >Little Princess...although I did enjoy The Secret Garden.
> Read scifi too - went through my Dad's scifi (and soft porn)
> the time I was 12. It's really no wonder at all, is it, that I
> this way...
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