It’s a Wonderful and Wilde Life.

Like so many people, I love watching It’s a Wonderful Life during the Christmas season. The part in which his guardian angel, Clarence, grants his wish to have never been born. George realizes how great an impact he had with his community as well as the world at large. Remember, without George, Harry Bailey would not have lived to save a ship during World War II.

This story in an homage to the original, iconic film that I love so much. When I originally wrote this, I was going through s0me of the greatest stress I’ve ever endured in my life so far. Ellowyne helped to assuage that stress. I wrote late at night and worked to move to a new state during the day. I am still proud of getting my first story done. Now it’s time to share it with Ellowyne’s fans everywhere.

I hope you enjoy it. I’ve had issues with the formatting and hope everything is right at last!

The rating is M; there is material (especially in Part Eight) that may be disturbing to young readers. 

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2 thoughts on “It’s a Wonderful and Wilde Life.

  1. Although I would have liked to see more photos of your dolls and scenes with your story, I thoroughly enjoyed it! It was insightful, and thoughtful. Thanks, so much, for sharing it. Please keep writing and keep sharing. 🙂

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    1. I appreciate your feedback, Allie. Eventually I want to change out the pictures I have on this and other stories for something a little more elaborate whenever I get my light tent set up. Thank you again for your comments and for visiting!

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