I’m lovin’ the sarcasm.
So, I looked it up, and it appears some people actually do use the word “drawer” to describe someone who draws. However, the more proper term would be “illustrator” or something along those lines. So you’re right.
Practically speaking, you’re correct, I just wanted to tease you because the opportunity was too perfect XD
That was so concise, and yet some how incredibly profound. Beautifully said.
It is! I read it somewhere and it stuck in my mind for that reason.
I do too, but because that’s not how real life works, I don’t let myself get too caught up in the internet mindset. If I could edit all the foolish things I’ve said throughout my life, that would be great. xD
You’re totally right, saying stupid things is a part of life XD (It would be a lot more boring without it)
My two favorites are probably the two playing and laying all over me right now. xD Two, what we call “teenage kittens” named Fern and Clover. Fern was laying on my lap, but Clover kept attacking Fern’s tale, so now they’re having an all out battle beside me on the couch.
Oh, goodness that’s adorable! I love the teenage kitten stage, that’s too cute.
Yeah, we’ve got an outdoor boy that goes throughout the surrounding neighborhoods and starts fights. So he’s usually quite ugly with all of his wounds. xD
Two of a kind, every so often he’ll show up with a new ‘battle scar’ and we know he was picking fights somewhere.
Hey, so, I just wanted to tell you that I’m lovin’ the comments you’ve left so far, but if I respond to all of them and the comments my other commentors start leaving soon, I’ll explode. xD In other words, if I don’t respond to your comments, that doesn’t mean I’m not reading them. If any of your comments disappear (meaning I resolved them), that means I either took your advice and changed something, or I took note of the comment in another document for consideration or to compare to other betas’ advice.
I just wanted to let you know that I am reading everything you say. I appreciate the amount of thought you’re giving it.
Absolutely no problem, that’s what I was counting on 🙂 I’m erring on the side of leaving too many but I really am trying to keep it concise.
Sure, I’m having a lot of fun with it!
I also wanted to tell you not to edit anything now. I know how incredibly tempting it is to just quickly fix something, but don’t. Wait for all the feedback, make notes of what you want to change, set up a plan for what you need to fix, then edit. Otherwise it’s too easy to get caught up in details.
Just a bit of advice from someone who has often gotten caught up in details *sigh*
Without darkness, there is no light. If there was no nighttime, would the stars be as bright?