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Mashiara Sedai

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  1. I changed my answer! Next time I'm not putting mine down first.
  2. @JamesBrown..... *LOL* And yes, it's a seahorse. Wow! My drawing skills are pretty good! *lol* Okay, let's try this one, a bit more difficult...
  3. Oh, yeah! That totally looks like a horse eye now. Look at those lashes! Good call, Ry!
  4. I've only got 5 so far. ୧( ಠ Д ಠ )୨
  5. Yes! *lol* I’m drawing with my finger in the You Doodle app on my phone.... Next is:
  6. *lol* Elephant is correct, @JamesBrown! Try this one!
  7. No other drawing volunteers, so here’s the next picture:
  8. @LilyElizabeth Yes, you can guess! @JamesBrown Correct! 1 point for @Chaelca 1 point for James!
  9. As announced last month, PBS will be hosting a new series called “The Great American Read.” Through a national survey, they identified the best 100 books. PBS states: This is exciting for us as booklovers, but it’s also exciting for us as Wheel of Time lovers. The Wheel of Time (the complete series) is one of the 100 nominated. The two-hour pilot airs tonight (Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018) at 8/7c. Check your local PBS station for exact time. Now here’s where devoted fans of Robert Jordan and The Wheel of Time come into play. When the pilot airs, voting for the best book begins. From May 22nd until October 18th, viewers can vote DAILY! On top of that, there are two ways to vote each day. 1. Use the voting app on The Great American Read website. You’ll need to register first, using an email address or a Facebook login. 2. Post an original post on Facebook or Twitter and include the official hashtag of the book you choose. The hashtag for The Wheel of Time can be found on its page once voting has opened. Starting September 11, 2018, there will be two additional ways to vote—bringing the total to four! More on that when it’s closer. The Wheel of Time has a great advantage in a show of this format. We are vast in numbers, and our community is very close-knit. If we all band together, we can share our beloved series with the rest of the country! View full news item
  10. As announced last month, PBS will be hosting a new series called “The Great American Read.” Through a national survey, they identified the best 100 books. PBS states: This is exciting for us as booklovers, but it’s also exciting for us as Wheel of Time lovers. The Wheel of Time (the complete series) is one of the 100 nominated. The two-hour pilot airs tonight (Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018) at 8/7c. Check your local PBS station for exact time. Now here’s where devoted fans of Robert Jordan and The Wheel of Time come into play. When the pilot airs, voting for the best book begins. From May 22nd until October 18th, viewers can vote DAILY! On top of that, there are two ways to vote each day. 1. Use the voting app on The Great American Read website. You’ll need to register first, using an email address or a Facebook login. 2. Post an original post on Facebook or Twitter and include the official hashtag of the book you choose. The hashtag for The Wheel of Time can be found on its page once voting has opened. Starting September 11, 2018, there will be two additional ways to vote—bringing the total to four! More on that when it’s closer. The Wheel of Time has a great advantage in a show of this format. We are vast in numbers, and our community is very close-knit. If we all band together, we can share our beloved series with the rest of the country!
  11. :( I only have two so far.
  12. 4. That friendly animal... what’s it called? A cappy-something? (I’m afraid to google it in case it’s cheating.) 5. Ocelot 6. Platypus
  13. Oh! Pegasus is neat! I think all options but #3 work. The point of pants is to cover up naughty bits, right? #3 wouldn't do that.
  14. Centaurs are cool! I think I'd like to use them in a story. That would be so interesting! And mermaids are amazing, too. I love how intricate they can get. Some novels/TV shows really play with the anatomy and explain how they could live in such an environment.
  15. We have our first artist! I sent Chae the word. Get ready to guess! (And still sign up if you want to draw next.)
  16. 1. Lion? 2. Arctic wolf? 3. Rhino? (Those are hard!)
  17. I can't ever say enough about how much I love dogs! I worked as a dog bather for 7 years, and it was amazing getting to see so many dogs every day! It was challenging, too, as most dogs don't care for baths, and ALL of them hate the blowdryer, but it was lovely! As a child, we had rat terriers (which are similar to Jack Russells). But my husband and I have dachshunds. I love this breed much more. They're calmer, more affectionate, and smarter!
  18. I've never owned a cat, so I can't speak on this exactly. But I do know dogs are very, very curious! At even the slightest noise, my dachshund is up and investigating, usually loudly. When we were little, my mom always used to say, "We're off like a herd of turtles," when we started road trips. Haha.
  19. Gotta love dragons! I think they're my favorite too! I generally enjoy the trope of all-powerful, mythical creatures that seem aloof and threatening, but they're just misunderstood. I also love the idea of dragon shape-shifters! Sea serpents are cool too! I think Nessie is a good example of a cute sea serpent (or is she classified as a dinosaur?).
  20. I voted for dogs. I feel they're the best because of the unconditional love they offer. My dogs are sweet and smell good! They love to cuddle after work and watch movies with us. They sleep in our bed and offer warmth when it's chilly during the winter months. 90% of the time, if I'm sitting down, they're within a few feet of me. They're loyal and show so much devotion!
  21. There's a heated debate over which pet is the best! Now's your chance to argue (politely) why your favorite is the greatest! The animal chosen as the winner at the end of the week will be immortalized in a siggy! Vote, then discuss below.
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