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Hello everyone!

I have started an e-Bay store that, I hope, takes off. Feel free to take a peek and share the link with your friends. If you’ve been looking for an item, let me know. I may have one to sell but haven’t put it up yet because I want to see how this selling thing goes.

Thank you!

Naiad-Rose

http://www.ebay.com/usr/naiad-rose

Try This Game for a Party!

 

SEEING!

 

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Take pictures blindfolded with a friend of the following descriptions/items. Afterward, look them over and pick your favorites.

  1. Something that makes you smile. 
  2. Something that reminds you of a song. 
  3. A different perspective. 
  4. Something you want to remember. 
  5. Your childhood ♥ 
  6. Something that makes you sad/unhappy. 
  7. Your imaginary friend. 
  8. Something that you feel right now. 
  9. A large space important to you. 
  10. Something that makes you laugh. 
  11. Something that makes you feel warm. 
  12. Something that you wish for. 

My Latest Game Addiction

This online game, The Star Project, is my latest addiction; and is similar to My Candy Love,if anyone here has played it. I’m on both of these games but The Star Project doesn’t require action points (APs) and only depends on each stars’ energy level. You only start with one person at first and gain characters as you play.

Brief Description of the game:

In The Star Project, you are a manager of stars and are having troubles paying off a debt that you owe to some thugs (trying not to give too much away!). Then this boy comes and saves you from the gangsters and he wants to be a star. In essence, it’s a game that involves making the guy, Toyua, a star! He sighs a contract with you (which you really do write up), and you go to the different cities trying to get jobs. You have part-time jobs that you work at for money, appearances that require less energy and help level up your star, and places that you can go to for dates. Dates can be romantic in nature but also make your star happier and less stressed. The down-time improves the star’s mood, which leads to a higher success rate.

Some of the game features:

  • No Action Points
  • Free
  • Online
  • Multiple Play-throughs
  • Multiple Languages
  • Name the Stars & Your Company
  • Some-what Challenging

**NOTE** My Username on:
                     My Candy Love – VictoriaCurrent
                     The Star Project – Victoria Serapha

Thoughts On Brave New World

I’m reading Brave New World by Aldous Huxley for my AP Literature and Composition class, and at this point in time, it’s very upsetting. Training children to hate books?! The horror! I also find myself comparing it to the caste system, since they have Alphas and such, of the Dwarves in Dragon Age, and I know that’s silly but that’s how I see it. Especially when there was a mention of dwarves. I am finding it interesting but I’m not sure if I’m going to like the book if this continues the way it is.

Now I must know, does it get better or worse? That’s all I need to know, because I need a little push to continue the book and actually know what I’m reading with some hope that it won’t end too horribly.
~ Naiad Rose

Lose the Fear and Tell a Story

“To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong.” — Joseph Chilton Pearce

“There’s power in stories. That’s all history is: the best tales. The ones that last. Might as well be mine.”– Varric Tethras

The second one came from the video game Dragon Age II. It’s one of my favorite games and has taught me more about philosophies and how a society can function, than I knew it had. Much to my surprise, the game as series (Dragon Age Origins and then Dragon Age II) has helped my understanding of concepts, that I used to not understand, become clear and memorable. I wish that all of you  have a lovely day and enjoy the rest of your weekend to the fullest. ~ Naiad Rose