Sort of. I met my husband on the internet. Which means when we eventually met we were both scared the other wasn't going to be what we had thought. Thank goodness we were both honest (and not axe murderers).
You were very lucky finding your true love on line.
I'm glad it worked out good. So many times lately it doesn't with all the predators out there.
The older I get, the happier I am with the choices I made in my life, especially when it comes to who I married
I can't imagine being with anyone who would love me more, especially after knowing all my quirks
It was incidental. He was running a website for teachers that I became a member of. I made it a project of mine to write back and forth with teachers all around the globe and ended up writing to him along with ten other people internationally who teach, he's the one who is not a teacher and yet he and I became much more than e-pals.
Posted on 2006-10-30 at 15:39:38.
Edited on 2006-10-30 at 15:40:24 by Avrielle
I'd Love to tour some of the major towns in Korea where battles took place and germany
What astrological sign are you and do you think it fits your personality? Virgo, um... It kinda sounds like virgin but that doesn't fit me...
Sleeping position? I really wish I could sleep more than 3 hours, Damn you Finals!!! Why must you be so difficult to pass?
Verteran's day, I go and vist my dad's grave at Fort Snelling and I listen to some of the stores from VFW members which is always great for history class, and then I play a pickup game of soccer.
What's the first thought that crosses your mind when you get out of bed in the morning? Lord smite me now...
What's your idea of the perfect romantic evening?
Go Karts, It's funny to see how the other person drives or camping on the north shore in Duluth near Lake Superior it nice to sit on one of the bluffs you can reach after hiking the entire day and watch the ships lumber by sheathed in darkness and revealed only by their twinkling lights. Plus you don't have to worry about being intterupted by a tourist.
Fave website: ZDNET great topics to be used for extra credit points in Computer Networking I.
Favorite drink: sometimes I do sneak a guiness but rarely. but currently work on a theater production, studying for A+ certification, and English term one Finals. A Black Bull. (Coffee, A Red Bull, and some Mountain Dew for Flavor.)
1.What's the favorite costume you ever had for Halloween?
Answer: It was a Gorilla suit.
2.Your favoite treat?
3. How old were you (are you, will you be) when you
stop(ped) Trick or Treating?
4.Your favorite Halloween show?
Answer: Friday the 13th
Fortune Telling: No, I always thought it was a waste of time.
Worst Fear?: Heights, especially on rickety buildings.
and extremly beautiful women, some times I feel intimitaded.
Pets: I had a Dalmatian/Boxer called joey but we got rid of him because my stepbrother was allergic.
Ambition: I kinda wanted to be a U.S Marine. Work with ordinance doing firearm maintance and repair.
Mine is a long story.
Lyskhala is a name given to a character I created a while back. The character's real name was Aedyn Dai but she was given the name Lyskhala as an inititaion into an elite group of priests. She was actaully the very first female to become a member. Lyskhala means "she who paints with words"
The name Lyskhala was bestowed upon her by none other than our own Eol Fefalas...who, at the time was known as Chdau
Actually, "Eol Fefalas" is probably one of the most unimaginitive names I've ever come up with because, technically (as Admiral figured out some weeks ago), it's nothing more than my own "real" name plugged into some elven name generator I discovered a while back. In all honesty, I put the "Eol Fefalas" name on specifically for this site to start with... Had been lurking for a while but had yet to "join" and, when I finally decided that I was ready to post and such, I pulled the "Eol" off the generator and used it for my "forum name"... Of course, the character of Eol Fefalas developed to become much more than it's relatively unimaginitive beginning and when I decided to drag "The Tale of the Wishgranter" out of mothballs, I ended up doing a fairly extensive re-write and replaced the original "lead character" (Ch'dau, ironically enough) with the one I had developed around the Eol Fefalas name... *shrugs*... Inspiration comes from wierd places, don'tchaknow!
I LOVE the name Gabrielle
If I had a girl, I would probably name her that.
soooo...Ch'dau was originally going to be in Eol's shoes so to speak?
Posted on 2006-10-31 at 13:12:16.
Alacrity The Tired RDI Staff Karma: 290/33 6116 Posts
Alacrity Fitzhugh is a character in a series of books by Brian Daley. I "stole" the name for a half elven Ranger I played for awhile. I am not into being a player so I decide to play Alacrity completely insane. I figured if I couldn't be in control as the DM, I would wrestle control from him with my character. So in a simple murder mystery module, I had Alacrity accusing people of being the killer, stealing horses and leaving them around town, and spreading rumours that I was the leader of a vast anti-slavery organization, come to free the people. Not that there were any slaves.
Anyway, Alacrity is the complete opposite of me in real life, so if I am gonna have an alternate persona - I would like it to be a wild and crazy guy - Alacrity.
I wonder how many of our characters are the complete opposite of us?
When I created Aedyn Dai, I crafted her to be my opposite but when she became Lyskhala, she started changing into who I am now.
I guess that's what it's all about huh? Being someone you aren't in real life...being able to let go and do things you wouldn't normally do. It's freedom to be and do the things you are afraid to for one reason or another