Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Final Entry at Rachel's May '12 Contest

 Her expression spoke to me of loss and sadness, yet, I needed there to be hope and a brighter future. So, in the style of Annabelle Raven's Family Tradition, I tried to make this a story not only of transformation, but also of reconciliation, bonding, and braving the future unknown as well. After all, the best way to honor the memory of departed loved-ones is to carry-on in the way they would have!

 May I present the somewhat sad, and slightly convoluted:
    "Flipping Coin: Grieving the Girls"


  1. Elle, I love the salute :) and what a sweet and hot cap. I usually leave the characters ages alone (i.e. its dad who becomes mom ) but the story works so well! Great job!

  2. All your contest stuff has turned out awesome! Great work Elle!

  3. Wow, thank you, ladies! I'm way glad you like them!! It is an honor to have met your approval!

    Annabelle, I used names that would allow you to read it as either party, though, intending that you be the AR Dad-to-daughter, thus giving you more options/opportunities for overcoming such a tragic loss. My condolences/congratulations.

    Thank you, bot, dearly! Peace,Love&Kisses; Elle