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Registered: 06/26/2004

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My interests focus mostly on animation, illustration, the video game industry and related fields. I live fairly carefree and watch a lot of cartoons, read lots of comics and am professionally involved in video games. If you've got time to spare, drop me a message.

things cool people draw

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A Bitter Rabbit - Afer being asked to give up an eye.
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Jade King LOVES Report | 02/18/2017 5:04 pm
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J giggles and gives Xy a warm hug. "I'll have a great day! As long as I don't close my eyes and go to sleep..." gonk
Jade King LOVES Report | 02/18/2017 11:40 am
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"Slither around like a boneless sack of flesh"
Thank you for the visual, Xy....just what I needed emotion_facepalm
Jade King LOVES Report | 02/14/2017 12:47 pm
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Ahahah, all good! Looking forward to more interactions with your new OC. Shai is dormant for now, with Jade in her place, so prepare for some goofball interactions!! emotion_awesome
Jade King LOVES Report | 02/13/2017 11:40 pm
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I think I deal with the whole gamut of parents whee Some refuse to acknowledge the child's deficits despite data/evidence, while others push for having an unrealistic amount services and supports. Anyhow, most parents I work with are amazing. It's only a small handful that get to be contentious, rude, and threatening during meetings. I'm definitely the one who tries to do as much as possible behind the scenes, though! I try to over-serve and never under-serve (which is getting harder with my growing caseload), and I also allow some students (who didn't qualify for school-based services) check in with me on my off-time to make sure they at least have some supports. Only students with significant academic impacts qualify for speech/language/communication therapy in the school setting, and I hate to leave the mild students hanging sad

Anyhow, thanks for just listening! I can talk on and on about this topic and hardly get the chance to, so this was super appreciated! whee

Happy Valentine's Day too! 4laugh Shai rolls her eyes at the demon because he left her hanging!! All good though, she'll get her revenge sometime. cool
Tovva Report | 02/13/2017 11:02 pm
No need to thank me for telling the truth 3nodding

I'm sure you'll find a fitting one in no time. I'm excited to interact with him!
Tovva Report | 02/13/2017 10:54 pm
Oh my goodness! I love your new OC. His design is nothing short of amazing!
Ilonadris Report | 02/13/2017 10:30 pm
i think the hearts really tie it all together lol
Ilonadris Report | 02/13/2017 9:56 pm
THERE YOU GO AGAIN WITH THE AWESOME AVIS i mean come on, give someone else a chance to shine User Image - Blocked by "Display Image" Settings. Click to show.
Tovva Report | 02/13/2017 4:32 pm
I will consider myself affectionately squished! 4laugh
I'd enjoy any day knowing I made a friend feel good, but I'll extra enjoy tomorrow whee

I hope you have a wonderful Valentine's Day tomorrow.
Jade King LOVES Report | 02/13/2017 3:50 pm
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Kudos to your mother! Wow, I cannot be a special ed teacher. That is a tough, tough job. Hahah, I do have a bunch of stories about my kiddos; this "collection" ever-growing, really! As for the most challenging part of my job, I'd definitely say it's dealing with contentious parents or caregivers. For example, as a school-based therapist, I must follow federal and state laws regarding special education, which sometimes conflicts with parents' wants and needs. Some parents need to be reminded that we are a school-based entity and not a private clinic or medical facility! I also work part-time with adults in rehab, oftentimes these are survivors of stroke or brain injury and have lost a lot of communicative/cognitive/physical functioning, and it's sometimes really challenging - or I guess, saddening - to see the impact that it has on the patient and their caregivers. sad

Anyhow, it sounds like you've been to quite a few more places around the States than I have! That must be nice to travel for work and attend conferences and conventions! I haven't been to Boston but I am very familiar with their accents. All my kiddos with "r" problems would fit in just fine! whee


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