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Jeannaisais

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About Jeannaisais

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    Archer of the Band, Brown Ajah Aes Sedai
  • Birthday 11/15/1989

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    I LOVE teaching! I greatly enjoy the English language, and the Spanish language, and want to share my love of this with all the kids I can!

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  1. Of course I'm on fire *shifts her quiver of arrows to show the matches and special flaming arrows that are one of her specialty weapons in combat* I've been around these parts a few years, I know how the world works 😉
  2. The Cavs are just the muscle and transportation anyway 🤣
  3. Did I say I was scared of blood? Nope, just prefer not to have to wash my clothes every time I fight....and win 😉
  4. Bird feathers are courtesy of the archers taking care of the air space 😉 Cav = c team, right? Which means infants are the i team....that leaves the archers for the A team! 🙌
  5. Well...they create and clean the latrines....so.....ya know
  6. Oh we archers have our share of spammers, we just have to have the right instigator 😉
  7. Perfect - than you can train with daggers or a bow and arrow 😉
  8. I participated in my fair share of spamming sprees in those pre-2009 days 😂 Mom and teacher life.....changes you. And, I must say, the Archers have always been the best regiment of all time. Who else can get the job done without getting blood on them?
  9. This is a beautiful way to memorialize those who served! I have been fortunate enough that those in my family who served are still with us; however, they do not speak of their timed in the armed services. My maternal grandfather was a mailman in Vietnam (I didn't know this until I was in college). He is the only blood relative of mine who has served. Both of my husband's grandfathers served - his paternal grandfather was a cook during WW1 and his notes for D-Day involved creating soups and calculations for how much to make based on the number of men who had survived. He passed about three years ago at the youthful age of 94, I believe. My husband's maternal grandfather served during WWII and the cold war in the Navy on the U.S.S. Enterprise. He passed about six years ago of a heart condition. I suspect that my maternal great grandfather also served, but I don't have confirmation. My mom's family does not talk about serving much at all and were upset when my husband considered joining the Air Force (he was medically discharged during boot camp training due to a chronic foot ailment). Nevertheless, I am grateful for those that have served and have given their lives to protect those at home or those who are unable to serve for various reasons!
  10. *sees alarm, sees long line of undrank flaming shots, drinks shots* You shure yoush wants my helps? *hiccups* I might be uselessh for a bit.
  11. In regards to activity, I sometimes come on here and just feel lost as to what 'activity' to create because there used to be so much to respond to and do with the numbers we once had! It's definitely hard to build back up but I think we're on a decent enough path at the moment. @Lavandula I could help you get started with the Dice game if you like? We would need to create you a bank vault and all that good stuff. If I recall, you haven't officially chosen a regiment - or have you and I've just completely spaced on that? lol
  12. Aww thanks! It'd help with my current blank page state on NaNaWriMo (write a 50k novel in one month and I have like not even 1k words because I don't know what to write *sigh*).
  13. That's probably a good idea - most of our lodging has internet access! I started out journaling with my semester abroad and then schooling took over because it was HARD to take all my classes all in Spanish! I'll ask my sister if she'd be okay with that idea (she's a scientist, I'm more the writer) and perhaps we should. We could event start with our preparations and why the dates for each city are already set six months before we leave.
  14. I didn't officially join back in January, but I have read a decent number of novels this year! Both academic and for enjoyment - let's see if I can remember them all! 1. Passing by Nella Larsen 2. Obi, or Three-Fingered Jack 3. Frankenstein by Mary Shelley 4. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald 5. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee 6. The Omen Machine by Terry Goodkind 7. Mistborn by Brandon Sanderson 8. The Well of Ascension by Brandon Sanderson 9. The Hero of Ages by Brandon Sanderson 10. Caleb William by William Godwin 11. The Monk by Matthew Gregory Lewis (read the first two parts and had to read summary of the third because....it's weird....) 12. Persuasion by Jane Austen 13. Hamlet by Shakespeare 14. In-Progress - The Vampire Lestat by Anne Rice Hoping I can hit twenty by year's end!!
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