a post by Colin WalkerColin Walker
When she was younger, my wife used to work with autistic children at a nearby specialist school so she had plenty of experience identifying symptoms and helping those experiencing them. This is why she is confident that I am at least somewhere on the spectrum. Move forward a few years, when our daug...
It All Looks Good On Paper (worldofwaltonscrafts.blogspot.com)
A few months ago, I got a wild hair up my butt and was seriously considering building a set of armies for a war game based on the Thirty Years War. I knew I wanted big blocks of pikes, at least 18 units per side, and I wanted to do the whole thing in 28mm. After careful consideration, I came to the conclusion: I WAS BONKERS.
Updated Tale of #ParentPainters by Evil Kipper Hobby - Rob
Well, #ParentPainters is looking like a terrific success, with lots of people taking part, and we felt it was time to provide some updated details! #ParentPainters started as a monthly paint along for the ParentPlayers, a group of parents who meet up for infrequent (3 times a year) sessions at Warha...
Healthy Boundaries by gRegor Morrill
On Twitter, Melissa Fabello shared a text where a friend had asked if she had the emotional/mental capacity to listen to them vent about some things. I thought Melissa made some good points about healthy boundaries, emotional capacity, and open communication.
a post by Jacky Alciné
The progress I’ve been making with projects like https://lwa.black.af and https://fortress.black.af are giving me more hope in seeing what I’d like to for the IndieWeb. I really want to build stuff that I can gladly show to friends and help them join as well.