9 Weeks of Summer

There’s 104 days of summer vacation

And school comes along just to end it

So the annual problem for our generation

Is finding a good way to spend it

Theme song from Disney’s “Phineas and Ferb”

Summer is here! For those of us in school, this means no more assignments and no more tests to worry about. At last, there is more time to focus on personal endeavors.

Summer break is essentially nine weeks of freedom. This summer break, I have made preparations to feature the Dragonwriter’s first-ever series.

Inspired by the song “The Twelve Days of Christmas”, I have created a list of projects to fulfill “The Nine Weeks of Summer.” Each week of break will feature a new group of projects, videos, etc., to ensure a summer well spent.

What’s in store? Projects, how-to videos, world-building snippets, and so much more.

Coming up this week:


– How to Make Quill Pens

Monday, 5/27/19 – Located on the projects page.

Quill pens are a unique way to spice up your writings! Crafted from feathers, they are stylish and surprisingly easy to make yourself. They can create beautiful fonts and there are a variety of different styles of pen you can make.This simple tutorial will go over my method on how to make a quill pen with nothing but a feather, a needle, scissors/a knife, and hot water.


– The Microzoo: Grand Opening

Saturday, 6/1/19 – Located on the projects page.

The K&G Microzoo is an ever-evolving online zoo featuring all kinds of creatures–but mostly the little ones. It’s a big world we live in, and it’s filled with things large and small. Explore our exhibits and expeditions, where you will be immersed in a dynamic view of the world just beyond your windows. New additions will arrive each week (typically on Saturdays).

4 thoughts on “9 Weeks of Summer”

  1. How cool! I’ll definitely stay tuned. Maybe I’ll get some inspiration on how to spend my summer. 😛
    Also, I loved Phineas and Ferb when I was younger and that song has been going through my head lately with summer break and all. XP

    1. Ah, me too! (I still love the show. Too bad it’s off Netflix now 🙁 ) It sure would be nice if it were really so easy to spend a day like Phineas and Ferb!

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