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Friday Night

Kage Baker loved Friday nights. They either meant that the weekend had arrived, and free time was there to be enjoyed by all – or we were on the road to a Faire somewhere, deep-laden with props, costumes, actors and … Continue reading

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A Change of Season

Kage Baker loved the change of the seasons. Despite being a native Californian – and an Angelena, at that – she maintained that we had the same seasons as anywhere else in the country. Their markers were different and their … Continue reading

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Life On A Road With Kage

Kage Baker, as I have often observed, was a born tourist. She was a happy spectator in the world, any and all of it, constantly seeking new things to witness. She loved to watch things, especially through the windows of … Continue reading

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Birthday Dreams and Memories

Kage Baker vastly enjoyed celebrating birthdays.  And she enjoyed other people’s birthdays every bit as much as her own – as long as there was plenty of opportunity for decorations, furbelows, squibs, confetti, banners and all other manner of domestic … Continue reading

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What You See Is – What?

Kage Baker always said, there are some days that are just weird. And she could always tell, right away, when they happened. Usually, it would be the  people. Everyone would look odd – alien. There’s such a wide variety in … Continue reading

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