Jelly 15 - Dispatches of Jelly's fifteenth year

HELPFUL HINT: Dispatches are not arranged in a strict monthly order. If this is how you wish to experience my world, start with the June dispatches (my birth month) and end with the May ones.

April - Cratersville - 10th Grade - Little Creature with Flower

Dawn of a New Decorum

It was in my tenth grade year of high school that the pivot happened. Up until this point, my sister Poppy and I, had created little creature with little thought as to what their purpose was. The Blues’ grandmother, Mrs. Fields, was the first to understand that our technique of

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April 01 - Cratersville - 10th Grade - Little Creatures at the Magic Mountain

Magic Mountain

The sun was rising on a chilly morning as I flipped through the pages of my Creation Book. It was April 1st and I was looking for a bit of inspiration to test the gullibility of my fellow denizens of the great town of Cratersville. I knew all of the

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january - cratersville - 10th grade - Hug Me Bing on Sign

Negotiations

It was mid January. And, according to my calendar it was only a few days away from National Hugging Day. Of course, we didn’t have an official hugging day in Cratersville, but that didn’t stop me from inserting one into my Calendar of Extraordinary Days after I learned of its

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January - Cratersville - 10th Grade - Hug Me Bing on Sign

Negotiations

Before I begin, I should let you know that I don’t have no truck with magic of any kind—at least not if I can help it. I’m not saying that magic isn’t real. Hanging with Jel, I know better than to say that. But, just because something’s real, doesn’t mean

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April - Cratersville - 10th Grade

EGGstravaganza Day

Cratersville is an Icon Town. This means that it is a town constructed to represent the hopes and dreams of not only a certain era but of a certain land. Cratersville smacks of small town Americana circa 1950s with a touch of retro-futuristic built in. Needless to say, the calendar

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