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Time of Thanks

It is time for the holiday season. I hope in the hustle and bustle of running around that we all remember to be thankful for what we have. It does not matter who we are or what we believe so long as we are thankful for the things we have and are willing to help our fellow man. Some terrible events have passed through this year. Most recent is the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary.  My prayers go out to the families affected. There was also the Sandy Hurricane and the many lives affected by the torrents of rain and wind. Even though these tragedies have torn families we must continue forward and keep our spirits up. 
For some it will take time and that is alright. Please remember this season the good things in life and why we push forward everyday. I am so grateful for my siblings, for my niece and nephew, and the family and friends that help me out, even when I am being a pain. Things can, and often will, go wrong. We never plan for these things and they are called unspeakable for a rea…

December Feature: Cosmmix

Cosmmix is a young cosplayer with a lot of talent. 

Cosmmix as Kuroshitsuji's Sebastian Michaelis
She has been cosplaying since 2009 and has won awards such as First Place Novice Award from GEEX 2010 with her Cosplay partner Taymeho and First Place Beginner Award at Anime Salt Lake 2012. Over the years I have seen this young artist just take off in the cosplaying world. Cosmmix enjoys creating Cosplays and Cosplay Music Videos (CMV’s.) Check out her Deviantart and YouTube pages for great videos and art!
Cosmmix on Deviantart YouTube for CMV's Follow on Facebook Check out her Tumblr
Interview with Cosmmix
What got you started in Cosplay? A group of friends from High School were really big fans of the anime “Naruto” and they’d been cosplaying their OCs (original characters) for over a year before introducing me to the idea. I’d not really heard of cosplay up until that point, but once I’d been introduced to it I found myself researching it quite a bit and fell in love with the idea. From…