Wait a minute! …strike that. Reverse it. Thank you. As it turns out, a span of three weeks slips past rather quickly. I haven’t forgotten about the blog. On the contrary, I have enjoyed spending time with Cedar and the … Continue reading So Much Time, So Little to see…
Originally posted on The Donblas Lineage:
Not all stories begin at the beginning. Consider the present example, which likely finds the distinguished reader expecting to be introduced to a young sim who will nobly lay the foundation for a family… Continue reading Part 1 – the morning star rises
Dear Barimen Legacy readers, Please allow me to take a few moments to thank those who have helped to make the Barimen Legacy something more than just a blog. Your continued interest and wealth of positive support and feedback has been instrumental in keeping the story going. And for that, I thank you! For me, the commitment is not a trivial one. I have five kids already, with another little one due in March. I volunteer many hours between the Scouting program and my church. And I find it to be hugely important that I spend quality time with each … Continue reading Barimen Legacy 2012 in Review
Happy New Year Simmers!I spotted this on a few other blogs and thought I’d share it with the folks who continue making this blog an enjoyable experience for me to write. I too often get caught up in my daily routine and miss out on thanking those whose contributions help to brighten my day. It is the readers who fuel my desire to keep writing, and I appreciate every one of you.The WordPress simming community is a very unique and diverse group of people, all drawn together by a love of writing and, to some extent, the Sims. I’d like … Continue reading Barimen Legacy 2011 in review
Now it happened that at this time Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be made of the whole inhabited world. This was the first enrollment, when Quirinius was governor of Syria. So all went to be enrolled, each to his own town. And Joseph too went up from Galilee from the town of Nazareth to Judea, to the city of David that is called Bethlehem, because he was of the house and family of David, to be enrolled with Mary, his betrothed, who was with child. While they were there, the time came for her to have … Continue reading Nativity
On October 10, 2009 (two years ago today), I wrote my first blog entry for the Barimen Legacy and posted it to the now defunct sims3legacy.com. At that time, I had no idea it would take on a life of its own and occupy my brain with a story that begged to be told. I had previously written a number of PBeM (play by email) RPGs, most notably as “Captain Shays” in a Star Trek themed game. I also wrote as GM for my own PBeM based upon Roger Zelazny’s Chronicles of Amber. Fans of Roger Zelazny will note quite a few … Continue reading Happy Birthday Barimen Legacy!
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