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Mashiara Sedai

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  1. So pretty! We'll get the logic puzzles going again so you can still hang out with us!
  2. Just a quick update! My healing is going pretty well, still. My left breast is almost completely sealed up--there's maybe a half inch opening. The right breast has a slightly larger opening. It's probably about two inches still. The wounds aren't gaping. It's more like when you have a cut on your finger and there's a bit of discharge still. I don't know all the technical names for what it is, but it's still leaky. I wanted to go swimming since it's so hot out now, but I can't yet because the wounds aren't sealed. Oh on a good note I'm finally healed up enough that I can go
  3. I LOVE this! I want more than anything to have a cute, white fairy dress like this!
  4. Les éditions Bragelonne, the publisher of the French versions of the Wheel of Time series, is re-releasing each of the novels with a new cover. Even for those of us who aren’t able to read French, this publication still gives us something to gawk over. These new covers are amazing! You can watch the latest episode of The Wheel of Time Community Show to hear more about these covers, and you can check out the images below! Clearly an image of Tam’s heron marked sword. The detail on the hilts shows how Rand could be branded by it when Ba’alzamon heats it in
  5. Les éditions Bragelonne, the publisher of the French versions of the Wheel of Time series, is re-releasing each of the novels with a new cover. Even for those of us who aren’t able to read French, this publication still gives us something to gawk over. These new covers are amazing! You can watch the latest episode of The Wheel of Time Community Show to hear more about these covers, and you can check out the images below! Clearly an image of Tam’s heron marked sword. The detail on the hilts shows how Rand could be branded by it when Ba’alzamon heats it in
  6. As we've been going through a lot of repeat series, we did get a few new ones in this past week. Marathon Man (1976). This one stars Dustin Hoffman and Roy Scheider. Scheider is a government official dealing with some not-so-pleasant foreign people--in this case, a former Nazi who wants to smuggle diamonds stolen from Jews out of New York. Hoffman is Scheider's younger brother who gets caught up in the heist. This was an okay film. Intense and a bit gritty. Not typically my thing. SPOILERS: In once scene where the bad guy is trying to figure out how much his diamonds
  7. Such delicious offerings! Thanks Cairos! I'm currently in need of something sweet. Can't seem to get enough sugar since quarantine began.
  8. TarValon.net’s annual Robert Jordan Memorial Scholarship is now accepting applications: This year’s topic is: How do you plan to use your education in a way that exemplifies being a Servant of All? If you're interested in combining your academic studies and your love of The Wheel of Time, make sure you submit your applications before June 5th! View full news item
  9. TarValon.net’s annual Robert Jordan Memorial Scholarship is now accepting applications: This year’s topic is: How do you plan to use your education in a way that exemplifies being a Servant of All? If you're interested in combining your academic studies and your love of The Wheel of Time, make sure you submit your applications before June 5th!
  10. This week I stared doing some light exercises. Since having surgery in March--and still having open wounds on my chest--the amount of activities I can do are very limited. I was doing walks 4-5 times a week for the past few weeks, but now I started to do some weight lifting. Simple things, really. Nothing too strenuous. Push ups, lunges, squats. Things like that. It's been really nice! After the Monday's session I felt like I was going to throw up! That's how inactive my body has been. But yesterday's session was better and easier. I think I'll have to do more repetitions
  11. Halfway through the month, but I'm feeling motivated, so I'm jumping on it! I'm not one to read non-fiction. So, I thought it would be an interesting avenue to explore. The last non-fiction book I read was "Teaching Like a Champion," a book that gives helpful hints on how to manage a classroom. It was actually really great, and as a first-year teacher, I really needed all the help I could get. Other non-fiction books I've read include "What I Talk About When I Talk About Running" by Haruki Murakami. He's a Japanese novelist who decided he needed to stay acti
  12. Okay *deep breath* So, I went into this procedure with an expectation of getting a body image I liked. As I said before, the doctor said she'd get my breasts as small as safely possible. That is something I can respect. However, I have been an unquenchable ball of rage for the past four weeks. At one of my appointments, my doctor mentioned how I felt my breasts were still too big. She said she could have taken them smaller but she decided not to because she wanted them to be proportional to my body. What? I'd made it clear I wanted SMALL breasts. Very, ver
  13. Great job on the last two film reports, James! I haven't seen Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World. As I'm not particularly inclined to like war films, I'm sure I won't. But I did watch Zero Dark Thirty and found it to be very interesting. I've watched too many movies to count over the last month and a half of isolation. We're watching at least one a night, sometimes two. However, most of the ones we're watching are repeats. We watched the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe collection. We watched all the X-Men films. We watched all the Star Wars films.
  14. Hello, all! Welcome back to another Community Round-Up! Let’s dive right in. Some major news on the Amazon Prime Wheel of Time show, Daniel Henney—who plays Lan Mandragoran—did a Q&A on Instagram this week. It was amazing to listen to the obvious reverence Daniel has for Lan. As someone who has loved Lan dearly since I first read the series (my Dragonmount name is Mashiara, so my love for this character should be pretty obvious), I am beyond excited to see Daniel in this role. The happiness of JordanCONline last month can’t be put into words. I am
  15. Hello, all! Welcome back to another Community Round-Up! Let’s dive right in. Some major news on the Amazon Prime Wheel of Time show, Daniel Henney—who plays Lan Mandragoran—did a Q&A on Instagram this week. It was amazing to listen to the obvious reverence Daniel has for Lan. As someone who has loved Lan dearly since I first read the series (my Dragonmount name is Mashiara, so my love for this character should be pretty obvious), I am beyond excited to see Daniel in this role. The happiness of JordanCONline last month can’t be put into words. I am
  16. Good point! I don’t recall Darkhounds in book one, but wolves are probable!
  17. This weekend, JordanCon hosted an online version of the beloved convention dedicated to Robert Jordan, The Wheel of Time series, and all things fantasy. The Wot on Prime panel had some amazing panelist: Jennifer Liang, Shannan Lieb, Matt Hatch, Adam Whitehead, and Daniel Green. But the surprise guest blew us all away: Rafe Judkins, the show runner for the Amazon Prime Wheel of Time show. Rafe’s presence was a complete shock to watchers on YouTube. Once everyone calmed down, the group talked about casting choices (discussing the amazing acting by Peter Dinklage in Game of Thrones
  18. This weekend, JordanCon hosted an online version of the beloved convention dedicated to Robert Jordan, The Wheel of Time series, and all things fantasy. The Wot on Prime panel had some amazing panelist: Jennifer Liang, Shannan Lieb, Matt Hatch, Adam Whitehead, and Daniel Green. But the surprise guest blew us all away: Rafe Judkins, the show runner for the Amazon Prime Wheel of Time show. Rafe’s presence was a complete shock to watchers on YouTube. Once everyone calmed down, the group talked about casting choices (discussing the amazing acting by Peter Dinklage in Game of Thrones
  19. Though the annual JordanCon was canceled in the physical realm, they’re taking the party to a mystical place similar to tel’aran’rhiod… the internet. More specifically, JordanCon’s website, their Discord server, and other meeting apps like Zoom. Today, JordanCon released this weekend’s schedule: Thursday night will have a JordanCon countdown. Join the Discord server and party till the party starts! Friday’s events start with the “Kilts and Crowns Kickoff on our Social Media.” This event can be accessed several places, including JordanCon’s website, their Faceboo
  20. Though the annual JordanCon was canceled in the physical realm, they’re taking the party to a mystical place similar to tel’aran’rhiod… the internet. More specifically, JordanCon’s website, their Discord server, and other meeting apps like Zoom. Today, JordanCon released this weekend’s schedule: Thursday night will have a JordanCon countdown. Join the Discord server and party till the party starts! Friday’s events start with the “Kilts and Crowns Kickoff on our Social Media.” This event can be accessed several places, including JordanCon’s website, their Faceboo
  21. Welcome back to “Community Round-Up,” which highlights all the latest fun and news within the Wheel of Time and Sci-Fi/Fantasy community. First up, the Hugo Award has its list of Finalists! Our sponsor Tor, and its subsidiary Tor.com, have four novels up in the Best Novel category: The City in the Middle of the Night, by Charlie Jane Anders (Tor; Titan) Gideon the Ninth, by Tamsyn Muir (Tor.com Publishing) A Memory Called Empire, by Arkady Martine (Tor; Tor UK) Middlegame, by Seanan McGuire (Tor.com Publishing) The other two novels nominated a
  22. Welcome back to “Community Round-Up,” which highlights all the latest fun and news within the Wheel of Time and Sci-Fi/Fantasy community. First up, the Hugo Award has its list of Finalists! Our sponsor Tor, and its subsidiary Tor.com, have four novels up in the Best Novel category: The City in the Middle of the Night, by Charlie Jane Anders (Tor; Titan) Gideon the Ninth, by Tamsyn Muir (Tor.com Publishing) A Memory Called Empire, by Arkady Martine (Tor; Tor UK) Middlegame, by Seanan McGuire (Tor.com Publishing) The other two novels nominated a
  23. Mashi ~ Head of the White Ajah If we talk about it, I’m fine. If we don’t talk about it, I’m fine.
  24. Welcome back to another Community Round-Up! There’s been a lot happening online within the Wheel of Time fandom since we’re all locked up with nothing to do. First off, Rafe Judkins—the showrunner for Amazon’s Wheel of Time television show—is also bored! He answered fan questions on Instagram! You can see a full analysis from Adam Whitehead here, including the complete transcript of the questions and answers. Speaking of bored, there are plenty of WoT themed online activities. One JordanCon’s Facebook page, Rick Martin posted an acrostic puzzle for people
  25. Welcome back to another Community Round-Up! There’s been a lot happening online within the Wheel of Time fandom since we’re all locked up with nothing to do. First off, Rafe Judkins—the showrunner for Amazon’s Wheel of Time television show—is also bored! He answered fan questions on Instagram! You can see a full analysis from Adam Whitehead here, including the complete transcript of the questions and answers. Speaking of bored, there are plenty of WoT themed online activities. One JordanCon’s Facebook page, Rick Martin posted an acrostic puzzle for people
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