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no maam: Heather Boyer is with Kennedy Boyer. Thursday at 7:08 PM Today my daughter changed her profile picture. After maybe 5 minutes I get a text.." I didn't know she was dating a black boy, did you? lt took me all day to think up a response, which l didn't send personally but thought I would share for anyone else that "may not know" Yes in fact I did know, but the color of his skin doesn't define who he is. What does define who is he is how he treats my daughter. I see my daughter dating a boy that comes to my house and shows me nothing but respect (a big deal in my book). It's always Yes Ma'am, No Ma'am, we talk about football and baseball, he tells me bye when he leaves, and has not once shown me a lack of manners or respect. I see my daughter dating a boy who treats her good He takes her on dates, to ballgames, out to eat..not to a club or partying on the weekends. I see my daughter dating a boy who takes her to church with him. Every Sunday. He plays in the band, she sits with his family. How many young men these days make church a priority? None of the others have He doesn't hit her, cuss her, lie to her, or make her cry. Would I rather her date a white boy that did, to keep from her dating another race? Absolutely not. So that's my response to the question I was asked And I know people have their own opinion, but at the end of the day, the fact that my daughter has someone that loves her and treats her like a queen makes me happy. That's something I've never had in my life and I'm glad she does. thought Iโ€™d share this.
 no maam: Heather Boyer is with Kennedy Boyer.
 Thursday at 7:08 PM
 Today my daughter changed her profile picture. After
 maybe 5 minutes I get a text.." I didn't know she was
 dating a black boy, did you?
 lt took me all day to think up a response, which l
 didn't send personally but thought I would share for
 anyone else that "may not know"
 Yes in fact I did know, but the color of his skin doesn't
 define who he is. What does define who is he is how
 he treats my daughter.
 I see my daughter dating a boy that comes to my
 house and shows me nothing but respect (a big deal
 in my book). It's always Yes Ma'am, No Ma'am, we talk
 about football and baseball, he tells me bye when he
 leaves, and has not once shown me a lack of manners
 or respect.
 I see my daughter dating a boy who treats her good
 He takes her on dates, to ballgames, out to eat..not to
 a club or partying on the weekends.
 I see my daughter dating a boy who takes her to
 church with him. Every Sunday. He plays in the band,
 she sits with his family. How many young men these
 days make church a priority? None of the others
 have
 He doesn't hit her, cuss her, lie to her, or make her
 cry. Would I rather her date a white boy that did, to
 keep from her dating another race? Absolutely not.
 So that's my response to the question I was asked
 And I know people have their own opinion, but at the
 end of the day, the fact that my daughter has
 someone that loves her and treats her like a queen
 makes me happy. That's something I've never had in
 my life and I'm glad she does.
thought Iโ€™d share this.

thought Iโ€™d share this.

no maam: writing-prompt-s The world's tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from thase who would steal it. mildswearingat4am Suggestion: The dragon's definition of "steal" is somewhat loose. It still allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands-but on one condition: the dragon must be with it at all times They become a familiar sight in the marketplace. "Here's your change, ma am. One gold piece." The merchant holds out a palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a single gold coin. That's a dragon," you say dumbly. "One piece.. and a dragon." "Yes." You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It holds. You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl "Ma'am-no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too." "Sorry?" "Not from around here, are The seller notes your dubious expression. ya?" They shrug. "Them's the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon." They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws. "Have a nice day, ma'am, the merchant says, "Spend him soon, now, you hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy trill bdubs8807 Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching his coin like a teddy bear Source: wniting-prompt-s 22.149 notes <p>The Tiniest Dragon</p>
 no maam: writing-prompt-s
 The world's tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from
 thase who would steal it.
 mildswearingat4am
 Suggestion: The dragon's definition of "steal" is somewhat loose. It still
 allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands-but on one
 condition: the dragon must be with it at all times
 They become a familiar sight in the marketplace.
 "Here's your change, ma am. One gold piece." The merchant holds out a
 palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a
 single gold coin.
 That's a dragon," you say dumbly. "One piece.. and a dragon."
 "Yes."
 You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It
 holds. You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl
 "Ma'am-no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too."
 "Sorry?"
 "Not from around here, are
 The seller notes your dubious expression.
 ya?" They shrug. "Them's the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon."
 They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone
 mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand
 The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the
 coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws.
 "Have a nice day, ma'am, the merchant says, "Spend him soon, now, you
 hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel
 From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy trill
 bdubs8807
 Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling
 adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and
 they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching
 his coin like a teddy bear
 Source: wniting-prompt-s
 22.149 notes
<p>The Tiniest Dragon</p>

<p>The Tiniest Dragon</p>

no maam: writing-prompt-s The world's tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from thase who would steal it. mildswearingat4am Suggestion: The dragon's definition of "steal" is somewhat loose. It still allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands-but on one condition: the dragon must be with it at all times They become a familiar sight in the marketplace. "Here's your change, ma am. One gold piece." The merchant holds out a palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a single gold coin. That's a dragon," you say dumbly. "One piece.. and a dragon." "Yes." You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It holds. You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl "Ma'am-no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too." "Sorry?" "Not from around here, are The seller notes your dubious expression. ya?" They shrug. "Them's the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon." They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws. "Have a nice day, ma'am, the merchant says, "Spend him soon, now, you hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy trill bdubs8807 Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching his coin like a teddy bear Source: wniting-prompt-s 22.149 notes <p>The Tiniest Dragon via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2squnHj">http://ift.tt/2squnHj</a></p>
 no maam: writing-prompt-s
 The world's tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from
 thase who would steal it.
 mildswearingat4am
 Suggestion: The dragon's definition of "steal" is somewhat loose. It still
 allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands-but on one
 condition: the dragon must be with it at all times
 They become a familiar sight in the marketplace.
 "Here's your change, ma am. One gold piece." The merchant holds out a
 palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a
 single gold coin.
 That's a dragon," you say dumbly. "One piece.. and a dragon."
 "Yes."
 You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It
 holds. You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl
 "Ma'am-no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too."
 "Sorry?"
 "Not from around here, are
 The seller notes your dubious expression.
 ya?" They shrug. "Them's the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon."
 They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone
 mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand
 The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the
 coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws.
 "Have a nice day, ma'am, the merchant says, "Spend him soon, now, you
 hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel
 From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy trill
 bdubs8807
 Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling
 adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and
 they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching
 his coin like a teddy bear
 Source: wniting-prompt-s
 22.149 notes
<p>The Tiniest Dragon via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2squnHj">http://ift.tt/2squnHj</a></p>

<p>The Tiniest Dragon via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2squnHj">http://ift.tt/2squnHj</a></p>

no maam: writing-prompt-s The world's tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from those who would steal it mildswearingat4amm Suggestion: The dragon's definition of "steal" is somewhat loose. It still allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands-but on one condition: the dragon must be with it at all times They become a familiar sight in the marketplace. "Here's your change, ma am. One gold piece." The merchant holds out a palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a single gold coin. That's a dragon," you say dumbly. "One piece... and a dragon." "Yes. You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It holds. You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl. "Ma'am-no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too" "Sorry?" The seller notes your expression. ya?" They shrug. "Them's the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon." r dubious expression. "Not from around here, are They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws. Have a nice day, ma am," the merchant says. "Spend him soon, now, you hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel. From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy trill bdubs8807 Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching his coin like a teddy bear Source: wniting-prompt-s 22.149 notes Dragon
 no maam: writing-prompt-s
 The world's tiniest dragon must defend his hoard, a single gold coin, from
 those who would steal it
 mildswearingat4amm
 Suggestion: The dragon's definition of "steal" is somewhat loose. It still
 allows the coin to be used and bartered and change hands-but on one
 condition: the dragon must be with it at all times
 They become a familiar sight in the marketplace.
 "Here's your change, ma am. One gold piece." The merchant holds out a
 palm, on top of which rests a tiny, brilliantly colored creature clutching a
 single gold coin.
 That's a dragon," you say dumbly. "One piece... and a dragon."
 "Yes.
 You cautiously reach out and attempt to take your change. You tug. It
 holds. You tug harder. The dragon lets loose a tiny, protective growl.
 "Ma'am-no, ma'am, you have to take the dragon, too"
 "Sorry?"
 The seller notes your expression.
 ya?" They shrug. "Them's the rules. Take the coin, take the dragon."
 r dubious expression. "Not from around here, are
 They wait expectantly. Wondering how the world has so suddenly gone
 mad, you slowly, slowly hold out your hand
 The dragon perks right up. It scampers from their palm to yours with the
 coin clamped in its jaws and scales your sleeve with sharp little claws.
 Have a nice day, ma am," the merchant says. "Spend him soon, now, you
 hear? At another booth, if you can. He likes to travel.
 From its perch upon your shoulder, the dragon lets out a happy trill
 bdubs8807
 Bonus: the coin eventually passes to the rogue in a group of travelling
 adventurers. The dragon becomes the mascot of the entire group, and
 they lay out a small pile of coins for him to sleep on every night, clutching
 his coin like a teddy bear
 Source: wniting-prompt-s
 22.149 notes
Dragon

Dragon