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Retired AF weather forecaster. Loves reading fantasy, my horses and dogs. One hubby, one daughter (also a fantasy fan). Just recently finding this wonderful fan fiction world. Also recently into Anime/manga. Now I am totally hooked.

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Hanbok Attire
SessKag
Inktober 2016
So close yet so far
Private Dancer - Sesshomaru
Sesshomaru
I Will Protect What Is Mine! - Unspoiled
Sibling Rivalry -Inks-
do it for her
With The Rain (Title Page Preview 3)
DDN from the other day: Kitsune
the perfect couple
  • the perfect couple
  • Author: aiko
  • Category: Fanart
The Moon God - Colored
Preggers
Embrace
I Trust You - Lines
Cursed Swan
Steph's 'Just Stay...' colored by r0o
 SessKag  The Mistress by YoukaiYume
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Drosselmeyer

Created On: 01/20/2021 02:53:30
     

Thank you, Kshadeslady! And they are definitely making headway through the rough bits!


Drosselmeyer

Created On: 01/12/2021 00:20:27
     

Hi! Thank you so much for all of your kind words on On Unexpected Love!


kaoruhana

Created On: 01/01/2021 12:56:32
     

Hello! I'm so glad you stuck around and enjoyed the Christmas stories I posted. I actually spent an entire month studying abroad in Oxford, so yes, I can understand how amazing it was to experience the history in England!

The tree my parents first bought, way back in '98, when we first moved to the US has long since disappeared. But, my mother is still proud of the electric Christmas Star she bought then which ALWAYS tops our (main) tree. And my dad takes pride in carefully storing his blow-mold Santa (15 years old) who greets visitors to our house from his position near the front door. I think it's those little traditions that are worth it!

Happy New Year! I hope you have a wonderful 2021!
Feedback from KShadeslady: I’ve always enjoyed Christmas themed stories (yes, I’m a Hallmark channel addict!????????), so you know I loved this series.

Sadly, I didn’t get to spend much time in Oxford. I was on temporary duty at RAF Fairford , which is close but I didn’t have time to explore much. It was a beautiful area. I loved it there. I like being able to share my love of the UK with others.

I Love sharing those traditions about family. I hope a few we have get carried on into the future. I wish you the Happiest New Year. I’m ready for a good one.


kaoruhana

Created On: 12/19/2020 18:03:16
     

Thank you for your review/ kind words. And yes, doesn't everyone just love Rin at times?
Feedback from KShadeslady: I need a Rin in my life. We would love a grandchild to spoil! LOL! Or two! I think we have watched the series on the castles. We have been to a few of them. The opulence is overwhelming. But so beautiful. Another good series is about the great cathedrals. Been to a lot of them too. Westminster is so beautiful. We had a big one near us, Ely Cathedral. I spent an afternoon there on the upper floors working on a brass rubbing of a Knight whilst the choir practiced a requiem down below. It was amazing. My Knight hangs in the living room, along with a lady and a huge Angel headstone from Holland. We also had Bury St. Edmunds and Kings College in Cambridge. I loved living there. So. Much. History!
I’ve had you on my mind and I’ve been sending you and yours prayers. I hope you are able to be together and comfort each other. May you have Blessings of peace during this Christmas season.


kaoruhana

Created On: 12/14/2020 22:57:48
     

Thank you for your continued reviews for the 25 stories. I'm so glad you enjoy them! I admit, as soon as I saw the sweater prompt, I wanted to get Sesshomaru in an ugly sweater ASAP. That was so much fun to write!

If you haven't you might be interested "Great British Castles" on Netflix. Definitely a worthy binge for someone who likes English history

Before I wrote the KogaxSess pairing, I was reading a lot of work in another fandom that had a gay couple pairing. The stories were so fluffy and Squee worthy that they could melt even the coldest of hearts. I blame that for my muse.
As for the situation where I'm at: my dad does have preexisting conditions (asthma), so we limit our outside activities in public areas especially since we live in an area of the South that has seen a spike in infections, and just so happens to be a border city between 2 states. We live in a big city so we're not at the stage where our hospitals don't have capacity, but our governor is extremely concerned and asking people to take as much care as possible. I'm at the stage where I just wish people would listen to doctors and others so that I don't have to worry about taking any disease home to my dad every time I go out for grocery shopping and someone doesn't wear a mask near me or doesn't follow social distancing.

Otherwise, Happy Baking! (My sister and I are baking cookies this weekend- can't wait!)


kaoruhana

Created On: 12/06/2020 23:01:42
     

Thank you so much for your reviews to "A Story...Till Christmas." In order:
1) I'm an Anglophile too. And I've recently been watching Bakeoff Holidays and Paul and Mary's Christmas Masterclass on repeat on Netflix. And I mayhaps debated doing mince pies for Christmas this year before I decided they were too much for me to do along with all the other cooking.
2) I honestly went on a limb with the SessxKoga story, but I'm glad you enjoyed it. I had to stop myself though because I saw myself going into a mini-novella with that one, and I just don't have time for that.
3) My Holidays are going perfectly well this year. Our yard decorations are up and like every year, the neighbors took our lights as their cue to decorate. I hope your Holidays are going to be wonderful as well!

Kaoruhana
Feedback from KShadeslady: I love hearing that I’m not the only one. You would think two retired military veterans wouldn’t be, but we loved living there. We loved the history...you can’t turn around without stepping on history. There are tons of shows on YouTube about English history. We love watching Dr Lucy Worsleys shows, she’s adorable , loves to dress up and is mischievous to boot. Her shows are delightful. Then there is Dr Kat and reading the past. She’s very interesting. Lots of Tudor era stuff. We are addicted.

I’ve seen other fics where Sessh is paired up with Kags and Yasha. They are generally not to my liking and I rarely finish them. But I will read some as long as it doesn’t get too graphic. Yours was nicely done and reflects what many gay couples deal with.

Good for you! I’m all for getting as much Merry and Joy up as we can! This has been one stinker of a year for sure. Anything that makes you or others smile is a good thing. I live in the South and we are pretty much done with all this! I hope things are not oppressive where you are. I have real issues with the government running our lives and mandating things. I hope you have not lost anyone you know to this virus. I feel that it’s going to run it’s course and our systems are going to adapt. Being in good health and taking care of yourself is key. If you have preexisting conditions, it’s very bad. Most doctors say that more than nearly 95%+ recover. So that is hopeful. I do wonder about mutations though. Geez this is the Andromeda Strain all over! Scary!

But enough of that! I’ve got trees up, decorations out and just a few more things outside. Time to Bake! May you have a Blessed Holiday! Thanks again for the lovely stories.


FragmentedMatter

Created On: 11/25/2020 12:28:29
     

Thank you for all of your wonderful reviews on Compatibility! I'm glad you enjoy the little history/cultural lessons! I dated a Japanese man at one point in my life, which gave me some insight, but I've also done a lot of research on Japanese culture to ensure that I don't misrepresent anything in my stories
Take care!
-Miranda
Feedback from KShadeslady: Hey Miranda! So good to hear from you. Yes, after living in South Korea fir a year, you learn there are a lot of nuanced customs that sometimes we just don’t see or realize. My husband and I both like a show on Public tv called Journeys in Japan. Not only do they go to beautiful places but you get learn about a lot of their customs. I hope you are well and not too restricted by the virus! ???? it’s kind of crazy in some places. We are well. We tested once and we were both negative. Considering our ages that’s a good thing. But I get out and about and to the gym fine. Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving and are able to share the day with family and friends. Cheers! Leslie


Kagome Yuki Niwa

Created On: 11/17/2020 20:59:17
     

In response to your review on Petite Problems.

I am literally dead. I laughed out loud and was like, "yeahhh probably not". Thank you for the laugh, I really needed it


FragmentedMatter

Created On: 11/02/2020 14:13:11
     

As always, thank you for your lovely reviews on Inevitability! I've begun mapping out the next few chapters and have fallen back in love with the story. I hope there will be more chapters soon for you to enjoy

Take care, and all the best,
-Miranda


FragmentedMatter

Created On: 09/02/2020 02:01:34
     

Hey Leslie!

Thank you so much for all of your love, reviews, and kind words! I always enjoy hearing your thoughts!

I'm so glad to hear that you and your family are doing well! I can understand the sun situation, though! We've only just begun having a summer, and it's already almost over...

I have undergone a name change! Although, I might undergo another one by the end of the month. I do like Fragmented Matter, but a new one popped into my head when I shamelessly downloaded Tik Tok... Forthwrites has been a huge inspiration; I truly admire her and her writing! I just saw that her newest book in the Amaranthine Saga will be out later in September, which is incredibly exciting! She has such a way with storytelling and making compelling characters.

Thankfully the Covid drama hasn't hit me too hard. I was able to work throughout the summer (teaching online, of course), and I just received confirmation that I'll have work in the fall, which is fantastic news (I was worried that there might not be enough courses for a lowly contract worker like myself). I'm so glad to hear that your daughter and son in-law are doing well. I'm all for creative pursuits whether it's a hobby or for income (or both). I just bought a metal stamping kit to make jewelry (no idea what possessed me to do so), so we'll see how that goes...

Take care of yourself too, and sending you immense hugs right back!
-Miranda


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