Quotes about Life, Love, Art and Vampires

Quotes about Life, Love, Art and Vampires

Quotes about Life, Love, Art and Vampires from Vampire Maman (things I’ve said)   The only thing a man should wax is his car. I was so angry I could have killed him… then I remembered he was a Vampire. The closest I get to a true religious experience is when I’m in the presence … Continue reading

Parenting Young Adult Vampires – Quick Notes

Parenting Young Adult Vampires – Quick Notes

Even after your kids are grown, or in this case sort-of-grown, you still worry about them. They graduate from high school, turn eighteen, vote, drive, get jobs, go to college, and they’re adults. Sort of. They’re also maybe drinking, having sex, forming strong opinions, dabbling in drugs, staying out late, and exploring the dark side … Continue reading

Short Story Sunday: We Will Be Happy

Short Story Sunday: We Will Be Happy

Standing outside of the gates of the asylum, bag in her hand, coat buttoned up tight against the snow, Kathleen wondered if she should wait for someone. She looked to the right, then looked to the left, then decided to walk to wherever she was going to go. Looking at her gloved hands she thought … Continue reading

Burning Question #6: Fish Tails

Burning Question #6: Fish Tails

It is Saturday which means it is time for you to answer a BURNING QUESTION. It is TIME for ANSWERS. Today’s rather fishy question is #6 of 50 Burning Questions to be featured RIGHT HERE on Vampiremaman.com. Keep checking back every single Saturday until we reach FIFTY. Do the POLL. Yes, you MUST answer the … Continue reading

Disco Mania and Other Things…

Disco Mania and Other Things…

It has been one of those days… So when I went on Facebook and noticed a friend put up an announcement for “Paddle Fest,” I thought it was, well, it took me a few seconds to realize it was a BOATING event, not something else. When you’re the parent of college aged children you’ll find … Continue reading

Short Story Sunday: Blow Up

Short Story Sunday: Blow Up

It wasn’t just one of those days. It was THE day. At least it seemed that way, for a few minutes, then Tara realized that it was a rare week that went by without a disaster. Take this morning for example. She’d been driving home and heard the sound of an explosion, then sirens, and … Continue reading