The New Thing

I started a community for writers at the Tribe.net network. I poked around awhile, decided I liked it better than SmartGroups. So I am going to have my writers community thing-a-whatever here instead.

Not a unique or perky name, just Writers Resource. But, it does the job. I made my first post and will invite Bev later. I have so few people I have kept in touch with online, especially since the tossing of BackWash and now SK and crew. But, I’m back now. I will do everything I wanted to do with the extinct HerCorner and then some. Nothing too radical but I have always had my ideas. Just cause no one else thinks they are viable doesn’t mean they won’t work, some how. I am, after all, a Dragon. We do the impossible and laugh about it. 😉

Sign of the Dragon

Dragon Horoscope.com

Element: Earth Heading: East-South-East Color: Greenish-Blue Yin/Yang: Yin/Yang balanced Chinese Name: LONG Meaning: Luck Sign Order: Fifth Season: Spring Favorable Month: April Counterpart: Aries Friend: Rat, Monkey Foe: Dog

Positives: Original, Confident, Resourceful, Adaptable, Valiant, Enthusiastic

Negatives: Arrogant, Tactless, Hot-headed, Critical, Unpredictable, Quick-tempered

Tactless and Quick tempered…? Don’t be silly. The rest sound like good points, if you look at them the right way. I think they’re just jealous.

Which Fantastical Creature Suits Your Style?

You scored as A Too Silly Faerie. Well you had to be silly to take this test hadn’t you 😛 You love a good laugh and playing pranks on others and take jokes very well. You love all things wacky and random and are always up for a laugh. But be careful, not everyone has such a light-hearted view of life and may get the wrong idea of something you say.See All Results/Comment

A Too Silly Faerie
60%
A Too Astral Faerie
55%
A Too Lazy Faerie
55%
A Too Sporty Faerie
50%
A Too Serious Faerie
45%
A Too Sweet Faerie
45%
A Too Kinky Faerie
40%
A Too Evil Faerie
40%
A Too Depressed Faerie
35%

Which Dysfunctional Faerie are You?
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You scored as Peridot. Happy and accepting, peridot-types are more than adapted for change. They have no problem with trying the new and have quite a positive outlook on life. They can change to fit more with the people around them and can make allowances more easily, making it easy to start new friendships and then keep them going strong.

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Peridot
73%
Ruby
70%
Emerald
67%
Celestite
67%
Topaz
67%
Aquamarine
63%
Garnet
63%
Athemyst
43%

Which Mystic Gem Stone Relates To You?
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You scored as Chimera.Click Here For Your Result

Mermaid
67%
Werewolf
67%
Chimera
67%
Angel
59%
Unicorn
42%
Dragon
42%
Phoenix
33%
Vampire
8%

Which Fantastical Creature Suits Your Style?
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What's Your Chinese Zodiac Sign?

Chinese Zodiac

Mine is the Dragon:

Chinese sign profile: Dragon

The Dragon is one of the most powerful signs in the Chinese Zodiac. Lucky as well. Dragons are giving, intelligent, tenacious and know exactly what they want and are determined to get it. Further, they can easily influence their peers and often find themselves the centre of attention in social situations. As if all this wasn’t enough, Lady Love is the Dragon’s best friend. The rest of the Dragon’s friends are always keen to hear what their Dragon pal has to say, and when it comes to dispensing advice, the Dragon is the best one to do it.

It’s ego that can get the Dragon into trouble, but even so, this larger-than-life creature has an ability for initiating projects and keeping everyone motivated. According to Dragons, it’s their natural born right to lead the way. As luck would have it, Dragons are likely to achieve considerable material wealth during their lifetime, although they aren’t motivated by the pursuit of money. That said, Dragons are quite the opportunists, forever searching for ways in which to consolidate their considerable power. And power it must be, for a weakened Dragon is a sad sight, a creature that refuses to take defeat with even a modicum of grace. Question authority? That’s what the Dragon does best!

The role of leader is the only one the Dragon wants, a better position to give orders and be king of the hill. They are good leaders, too, knowing instinctively what needs to be done to succeed. Crossing the Dragon is never a good idea — the Dragon’s flame can burn! A valuable life lesson for this clever creature would be to absorb the principles of flexibility, compassion and tolerance. Being high and mighty can serve to inspire others, but it also keeps Dragons from living their life to the fullest. If Dragons can learn to balance their quest for results with an appreciation for the little things, their life will be more than worthwhile.

The most compatible match for a Dragon is a Monkey or Rat.