Did you know that sunshine, artistry and awesome personalities were hereditary? If not, they are a least contagious. Yep, Memphis Kennedy is a beautiful young version of her wicked sweet mother and her super handsome (just ask his wife) surfer dude dad.
|Ryou by Memphis Kennedy|
Memphis is a multifaceted artist. She can draw (can you smell the jealousy?) and she can write too. I love this girl’s imagination. I stopped by MangaMem’s, the other day, and read the introduction to Oracle, Memphis’s work in progress. The story “focuses around an Australian teen called Ashley (or Ash as she prefers) who turns from a gamer to real-life competitor when she acquires some divine powers.” I love the way Memphis uses world mythology to bring her story to life.
I’m sure Sunshineshelle and Cargoboy spend half of their days grinning with pride, thinking about the life their love has created. Memphis’s blog is very new; if you stop by right now, you would probably able to follow her story from the beginning.
Speaking of newness and fabulousness…
Have you read “A Fabulous Altar Contains Exactly What a Witch Needs?” If you haven’t, you should stop by The Sacred Village and take a look-see. It was a fun post to write, so you might giggle once or twice reading it.
- I’ve updated the All Hallow’s Grim Blog Party guidance, to include information about submitting links to your posts. Oh (and I should probably add this to the update) if you left a comment, but your name doesn’t appear on the guest list, please comment again with a link to your blog. You might have several blogs, and I don’t know which one to add.
- Stacy’s 3 plus 5 Giveaway and a Booby prize still serving chances to win. Visit Magic Love Crow, and take part of the birthday celebrations.
- Are you a Zombie or Unicorn person? Join Amy’s Unicorns vs. Zombies birthday bash, and you’ll be able to show your horn or eat some brains.
- And oh my creepy gods! Have you seen what Shelle has been addicted to lately? I know; I’m speechless too, so thank the keyboard god for the glorious creepiness of alternatives.