Jul 29, 2017
- The people in Little House on the Prairie didn’t think of themselves as old timey. They had the best technology of their day. They thought of themselves like we think of ourselves–living in this modern day of age.
- My daughter is currently seven, turning eight. I remember being that age. She will remember being this age. What that says for me as a mother. What that says for her as a kid. These are the formative, memorable, nostalgic-making years.
- Is everything–even in fantasy and science fiction–just based off of something we already know from real life? Can we think truly original things? Or is the closest we come akin to being asked to think of a new vegetable that doesn’t exist and coming up with a pink carrot?