From an adventure tale to a story of kinship

My Overhead/Up-Above/who-knows-what-else-I’ve-called-it has gone through its (hopefully) final change. Because I recognize that the treehouse/adventure angle just isn’t where the heat is, I’m going to redo it from the beginning (which I had to do anyway, due to all of the wig changes) to focus on what matters. That is, to focus on the sweet relationship between the sisters.

So, I’m going to go back to the start and try it again, and really place the sisters in a story line so I can look at their relationship. In this case, as one might suspect when three young girls find themselves living by themselves in a trailer, it can’t be an entirely happy story line. But, I’m worn out on drama since all of trauma in My Doll Adventure, so I’m just going to pass lightly over the back story.

What I’m working on now is the premise episode, which involves the death of a parent, the finding themselves destitute, and finally locating the lowest of low cost habitats (in this case, a very small trailer). And, just for the fun of it, I’m telling the whole story with just hands.

For example

or (spoiler alert)

So, we’ll see how that goes. It won’t be all grim, I’ll start off with some normal days before the illness begins (or, as many normal days as I can express with hands alone).

And that will mean that I’ll have at least one episode up from my existing stories. Then it’s just a matter of deciding whether I start Daisy’s story again, or whether I get pants for the big guy in Betwixt and begin that.

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