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  1. Wow, what beauties! I was hoping for something like this, and I am not disappointed.
  2. I live in a basement. It's not so bad, except that I don't get a lot of sunlight, and it tends to be infested with crickets. I have a LOT of books - I have three bookshelves in various parts of the room, and the books fill the shelves and then get piled in front of or on top of each other. There is a large banner of two dragons on one wall, and a similar one draped over my sofa. I've got a table next to the sofa covered mainly with candles, and another table in the corner full of knitting stuff. I've also got a rickety white dresser with a TV and various game machines on top and a bunch of games, movies, and assorted art supplies stuffed in the drawers. You can tell I do most of my living at my computer desk - it's always piled with papers, more books, writing utensils, empty tea mugs, and the like.
  3. This little fella seems to want to go to a Halloween keg party.
  4. Could I interest anyone in a third-gen Terrae Thuwed? Lineage: http://dragcave.net/lineage/Crtqn Gone!
  5. In the last few days, I hatched my first alt vine (woo!), caught a CB Nebula, and today I nabbed a chicken egg.
  6. Took this for the spiffy code, and was promptly amazed that nobody else wanted it: http://dragcave.net/lineage/VaVuu
  7. School stories... Let's see... When I was in college, I had a philosophy teacher who always used "the dancing yellow elephants" as an example, usually of something that didn't exist or that theoretically could exist that we couldn't see. So on a visit home, I went with my mother to the teaching tools store, I found a bin of rubber pencil toppers shaped like animals and bought up all the yellow elephants. When I went back to school, I got to class early and arranged them all neatly on his desk. So for a day, at least, he was forced to admit that the yellow elephants in our classroom actually existed. A different philosophy teacher taught a course on "The Philosophy of Star Trek". He really played it up, coming to class in costume as Jean-Luc Picard and addressing us as "Starfleet cadets." We took the class inside the school auditorium, so we could watch episodes to discuss. One day, we arrived at class to discover that the power had gone off in our building, and the windowless auditorium was completely dark. The teacher came and found us all sitting in the lobby, and asked why we weren't in the auditorium. After we explained it, he took out a play communicator and spoke into it, asking one of the characters from the show to fix the problem for us. Seconds later, the lights came back on. Not long ago, my sister took a psychology class at the local community college. The teacher told the students that he was going to have someone step into the classroom, and they were to write down their snap judgements of that person. He then called someone into the class. My sister said, "No, I am not going to write down my opinion of that guy. I won't do it and you can't make me!" The teacher asked her why she wouldn't do it, and she said, "Because that's my ex-husband!"
  8. Definitely a Ravenclaw. Second choice: Hufflepuff. I'm too cowardly to be a Gryffindor and too nicey-nice to be a Slytherin. (For the record, Pottermore sorted me into Ravenclaw.)
  9. The problem that leaps to mind is that last I checked, all descriptions must be in English. That would mean any non-English speaking players wouldn't be able to have ascended dragons.
  10. For some reason, Vampire eggs remind me of chocolate covered cherries. Also s1 Paper hatchies look like little shrimps to me.
  11. I just realized that my new Legendary Thunder appears to be named Susie. http://dragcave.net/lineage/5U5iE I wish I'd realized that in time to influence it.
  12. Best discovery I ever made: I was browsing in a used book store and found a book I hadn't read before by an author I rather like. I bought the book and shoved it in the bottom of my "things to read" pile. Some months later, I fished it out and brought it to work with me to read during my lunch break. Imagine my surprise when I finally opened it and realized it had been signed by the author!
  13. This one is kind of cute: http://dragcave.net/lineage/D1dIG Did I? Gee!
  14. I have a baby with the code NWrUN, so I named it Runs Northwest.
  15. I've done a bit of community theater. The last thing I was in was Jekyll & Hyde, but I've also been in The King & I, Annie, and even done a little Shakespeare. My favorite was when I was a kid and got to play Gladys on The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. "Shazam! Out of the black night, with horrible vengeance, the Mighty Marvo...!"
  16. I can never get earbuds to stay in right, and they feel really uncomfortable to me. I hate that they seem to be the standard now and good headphones are getting harder to find.
  17. At this exact moment? Seven eggs, seven hatchlings, and 1065 adult dragons.
  18. Is anyone here a Muppet fan? I just named a male and female pair of Sunstones Doctor Teeth and The Electric Mayhem.
  19. I finally caught a brine! I wasn't actually sure I could do it. Now I just need a rancid and I'll have one of each.
  20. Hear ye, hear ye! A Common King/Queen was born! Forum Name: SilvorMoon Lineage Link to your King/Queen: http://dragcave.net/lineage/pYh3D Breed: Whiptail Name of your King/Queen: Queen Carly of Commons
  21. I've been on a tea fixation lately, so I named a few dragons Tea Kettle, Teabag, and Tea Strainer. I also managed to snag Indebted.
  22. 32 in Virginia! Still happy with my dragons. (And video games and cartoons and plush toys and...)
  23. Caught this lovely little Greenwing just now: http://dragcave.net/lineage/OEggS Oh, eggs!