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 Yes, it is much later than my usual post time, but I had a change of plans. I was supposed to be on vacation but because of a Covid spike; we canceled it. My kids were very upset. We have been going to the same place every year for seven years. We meet up with the same people and have developed a circle of friends from all over the United States. When I speak about our vacation week, I always say, “It’s like a different world.” I watch my children become risk takers without the watchful eye of the neighborhood peer pressure. I take in the sighs of relief from all the parents who I think of as family as they relax on the beach. Together, we watch our children explore how they have changed from the year before and how this one event we share every year pulls them together instead of driving them apart. In short, we used our friendship as a basis of world building. Without further delay, I hope you will enjoy this article about the value of friendship in storytelling. 

https://algonkianconferences.com/authorconnect/index.php?/topic/18518-the-value-of-friendship-in-storytelling/

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