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Grimalkin’s Grimoire

Grimalkin is not my real name.

Victoria is.

I live inside a panhandle.

Borders were swapped a few years ago.

I draw, paint, exercise, enjoy progressive metal and most music.

I should have been an art major instead of English.

I’ve been married to the same man for almost four decades.

That should reveal my approximate age, even if math is not your strong suit.

My husband thinks I should grow up.



Comments on: "Grimalkin’s Grimoire" (2)

  1. Carolynn P. Evans said:

    Panhandle… I have to make a guess. There are many “panhandles”. I’ma guess Northern Idaho’s. I have scrolled through your art. I very much enjoy it. 🙂

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