Life is full... of everything! Spend the time to look around and fully take in what you see, hear, smell, feel, taste, and sense. Be amazed by it all, because it is amazing!
August 25, 2011 at 2:55AM
Xylok: aint that the truth! well put, well said, for while we have the chance we ought! and it sure is!
August 26, 2011 at 3:02AM
Xylok: by the way i love your favorite quote; hahahhahah
August 26, 2011 at 3:32AM
Katchoo_Ledeux: FS didn't notify me of any postings here... I wouldn't have known if I didn't come to edit my profile. Don't worry, not this part... the info. part instead. The favorite quote is me quoting myself, btw... LOL!
Big cyber hugs to you, Xylok, my friend!
August 31, 2011 at 2:22AM
Katchoo_Ledeux: Xylok- what, you don't do that? LOL! I know I used it in a recent review for you... it's been a favorite saying for me for years. Anytime something seems odd..LOL!
August 31, 2011 at 2:33AM
Showboat: Hi Katchoo, I'm longtime friends with Norma and she just told me about your review of her Character Building essay. I went in, read the review and agree, I want to know you, too.
I've been here since 2004 and I have the feeling I know you. Until recently I was showtimebook. Does that ring a bell?
I don't know why in the Tom World we aren't notified when we receive remarks here... or am I missing something? I never get PMs when someone posts something here.
Norma's character building essay was pure awesomeness. I remember
it well, but don't remember her screen name...?
Showtimebook does sound familiar. I like 'Showboat' better though, as a screen name, that is. I was on this site for about two years (from 2006 - 2008, I think) and just recently returned. That would explain why there's some remnants of familiarity between us. I'm Tenaya. Nice to meet you formally, Gayle. I look forward to seeing you again, and I hope FS passes this message along! =)
September 13, 2011 at 2:24AM
Xylok: i love to come back and reread that awesome comment you posted! love it! great attitude. katchoo lata'
River of Dan
is a science fiction novel that defines homo sapiens deep seated explorer spirit when confronted by a dying sun four and a half billion years from now, recreating the pioneering spirit brought about by the challenging environment they find themselves in and the will to survive. It follows these future earthlings as they finally break the bonds of science that had kept them in their own solar system, allowing travel to distant worlds light years away, seeking for a new home