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A Gnome Birthday
Posted By Phil Vecchione On March 22, 2009 @ 12:11 pm In Gnome Gnews | 12 Comments
Just for the record—I was asked to post this article, I am not one for ringing my own bell.
This weekend was my birthday. I won’t say which one, but let’s just say that I was in 4th grade when I started playing the Moldvay version of D&D. When I was young, my mother started a tradition of making a cake decorated with my current hobby for each birthday. Around age 12 she made me a Red Dragon cake, based on the drawing in the 1e Monster Manual. Through the years there was a newspaper cake, when I became editor of the school newspaper, a car cake when I turned 16, and a guitar cake when I went though my hair-metal stage.
After high school the cakes stopped. I suppose making a keg shaped cake is not the kind of thing that mothers aspire to. This year, my wife conspired with my mother and as a surprise this birthday, I was presented with the following cake.
Believe me, it tasted just as good as the stew….
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