Coloring and ducks. Is there anything better for fun and relaxation? Not according to Duckman and Duckfairy. This event, held in Hyatt Techwood Friday at 2:30PM, was family friendly for kids of all ages. There were several pages for everyone to color, a small pool full of duckies for the little ones to play in, and a take-home package of crayons and coloring pages for the kids. Trust me; there were a lot of children. They were having so much fun that there was no crying or fussing. In fact, the children were sharing and smiling, which brought joy to all of those in the room.
One of the best things about this panel was watching all of the children have so much fun. Watching them color and show off their artwork was like taking a trip down memory lane. It’s a great reminder to take time for you and play. Play with your kids (if you have them).
Having Duckman or Duckfairy hand you a small yellow rubber duck that squeaks brings a smile to your face. It’s a small thing, but it’s the love and joy of the act that makes it so special.
Get your duck on. Have fun. Smile.
Author of the article
Award-winning author Amanda Faith may have been raised in Dayton, but her heart and home is in the South. With a lifelong love of teaching and writing, she had plenty of encouragement from teachers and friends along the way. Loving a good puzzle has always been a fascination, and writing gives her the outlet to put all the pieces together.
Being adventurous and loving to try new things, it wasn’t long before her characters found themselves in unusual situations. She loves to put people from two different worlds into new situations and to see how they interact, taking them on journeys they would never have normally experienced.
Her current adventure working as a high school English professor turned Media Specialist, writing, and doing paranormal investigations doesn’t slow her down from having a great time with a plethora of hobbies. Her published credits include several short stories, poetry, several journal articles, her doctoral dissertation, and her award-winning book Strength of Spirit. With multiple degrees, she has a passion for learning and exploring new venues. She is a staff writer for The Daily Dragon at Dragon Con.