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  1. That was pretty cool, thanks for posting that, Rhea.


    I'm glad all of the eggs hatched. Can't wait until they grow up! I'm also glad I got one of each before the normal drops returned. ^.^;;

  2. The glowy one is like a cute little fox! smile.gif  At least, that's what it reminds me of...I wonder if it will be furry?  lol  I'm glad you saw the color on the warm dragons tail as well...I wasn't sure if it was part of the dragon, or just my computer!  I think these are going to be awesome adults! **snuggles eggs**

    It does look very fox-like. I agree, I think the adults will be awesome. Can't wait! biggrin.gif


    ETA: Yay, they all hatched. ^.^

  3. I really like both of the hatchlings a lot, but I think I'm favoring the warm one...I don't know why...something about it. I don't know if it's my computer, but the warm one looks like it has striped legs, and some blue on it's tail...ah well, time will tell...

    I see the stripes as well, but I think it's green on the tail.

    I likes the glowy hot ones better. :3

  4. I just realized that since TJ had four of each egg, there are sprites for both genders! Wee! Can't wait for the others to hatch. :3 I'm really loving the glowy one.


    ETA: *sigh* People keep trying to put TJ's eggs and hatchies in ERs and nurseries. Doesn't work, folks. TJ's dragons hatch and grow up when he wants them to.

  5. I've heard about this several times but never participated. Now that I don't have school, it seems like a good time! Too bad I don't have a plot or characters or any of the essential things like that. o.o;;


    Here's my profile, anyway. Wish me luck, and best of luck to everyone else!

  6. Book Number: 9

    Number Of Pages: 213

    Book Title: Dingo

    Author: Charles de Lint

    Rating: 3/5

    Review: I thought things happened entirely too fast, but then again, it was a very short book. I still thought it was cute, though.

    I was a bit confused at first because there's a picture of a girl on the cover, but the story is from the first-person perspective of a guy... but he doesn't out and say he's a guy, you just have to put one and two together.

  7. I first "discovered" Terry Pratchett when I worked at a college library for oh... a few weeks. xd.png I read the first few pages of Sourcery, but I couldn't check it out for some reason. I've forgotten what it was. Anyway...

    The first book of his that I've read was Night Watch, which I LOVED OMG!! Then I read Thud! which took a bit more time for me to read. I very much enjoyed the part where Vimes is screaming out the words to "Where's My Cow?"


    I also read Good Omens after buying it on a whim. I love Neil Gaiman and, together with Pratchett, the book was amazing.


    Today, I borrowed Sourcery from the library, so I actually get to read it. biggrin.gif

  8. Book Number: 8

    Number Of Pages: I seriously forgot to check before I returned it to the library, but Amazon says 400, so... ::shrug::

    Book Title: Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders

    Author: Neil Gaiman

    Rating: 4/5

    Review: Some of the short stories I really loved and some of them were a bit odd. I need to read more of Gaiman's short stories, I think.


    Oh, right. It's sort of a reread because I read half of it then put it down, then reread the whole thing.

  9. Oh, I love Garth Nix! I recently read the whole series back to back after only having previously read the first three.


    The ending left me a bit speechless. I really love the series so much and it had a great ending. I'm just sad that there are no more. It's like having a good friend leave you.


    I love what Art does in the end for Suzie. ^.^

  10. Book Number: 7

    Number Of Pages: 279

    Book Title: Sea of Monsters

    Author: Rick Riodan


    I kept finding spelling and grammatical errors in this one, which is weird because I didn't notice any in the first book. I was tempted to grab a pencil and circle them, but it wasn't my book. Heh.

    Now, I just need to go to the library to get the others in the series.


    ETA: Woo, first time I have two book updates on the same page. biggrin.gif

  11. Compared to everyone else, what I like to eat isn't very strange at all. I like putting weird things in peanut butter sandwiches, though. Yesterday, I made a peanut butter sandwich with Ritz crackers. I also love banana and PB, though it makes me really thirsty.

    I also like some Cajun cuisine (but not much because I'm a picky eater! D: ), especially cracklins (not to be confused with cracklings)... Which are basically, "fried pieces of pork fat with a small amount of attached skin, flavored after frying with a mixture of peppery Cajun spices." (from Wikipedia). The spicier, the better. ^.^