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    Coralie
    @corkybookworm

    @scribbles RAAAAAAAAACCCCCCCCCCCHHHHHHHHEEEEEEEEEEEEELLLLLLLLL!!!!! *TACKLE HUGS* Are you back? Is this real? Am I dreaming?! SQUEEE!!!! <3

    GraceBought
    https://gracebought.wordpress.com/

    #90407

    Rachel Rogers
    @scribbles

      @kayla-skywriter I used to have a horse that I loved to bits, so I know what you mean about the smell of horses. There’s nothing else in the world like it. It’s nice to meet you!

      @myclipboardismyviolin Aha! I feel smart for being the first. 😂 I like Lindsey Stirling’s music, but I haven’t watched many of her music videos. Now I’ll have to watch some so I’ll fully understand the reference! 😄 *laughs* I know what you mean about being more talkative in a classroom. I was the same way when I went to college, once I got past a little shyness.

      @corkybookworm *falls over laughing* You’re squishing meeeee. 😂 Yup! I’m back! Not sure <i>exactly</i> how often I’ll be popping in after this weekend, but hopefully at least once a week, ish.

      • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by  Rachel Rogers.

      Ambiverted INFP. Scribbles all the words. Names the plant friends. Secretly Edna the Piguirrel.

      #90409

      MyClipboardIsMyViolin
      @myclipboardismyviolin

      I like Lindsey Stirling’s music, but I haven’t watched many of her music videos. Now I’ll have to watch some so I’ll fully understand the reference!

      The best example of this concept is “Heist”, by far. Other examples include “Roundtable Rival”, “Shatter Me”, “Lost Girls”…the violin solves stuff.

      I’d post a couple, but Heist has video-game fakey violence in it, and I was raised in public school so I’m still kinda at a loss as to the Acceptable Sheltered Kid Viewing Rules one must follow for Internet Postings to avoid being declared a Non-Christian and an Evil Influence. So I will err on the side of caution.

      Sarah, Miss S, Sierepica_Fuzzywalker

      #90476

      Brandon Miller
      @brandon-miller

      @scribbles
      HI

      WELCOME BACK

      I was actually working at a jobsite for a few weeks this last month with a big silver maple storybook tree in the backyard that was home to like a thousand squirrels. Anyway, I thought of you and was like “too bad she’s not around anymore” BUT NOW YOU ARE.

      That’s the point, I guess.

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      Fair Winds and Following Seas,
      Brandon Miller -- Wesley Turner

      #90478

      Rachel Rogers
      @scribbles

        @brandon-miller

        HI! YES. I’M BACK!!!

        And your anecdote about the storybook squirrel tree made me smile so hard. 😁🐿

        Ambiverted INFP. Scribbles all the words. Names the plant friends. Secretly Edna the Piguirrel.

        #90685

        Brandon Miller
        @brandon-miller

        @scribbles YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET

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        Fair Winds and Following Seas,
        Brandon Miller -- Wesley Turner

        #90771

        Kendra Lynne
        @kendralynne518

          @scribbles First of all, I love the title you chose for your forum thread. It seriously made me smile. Secondly, it is so good to meet another kindred spirit through Story Embers!! One of the best things about this site is all the writing folks. Wait, it’s almost entirely populated by writers because it’s a writers’ site? Crazy… XDD

          Anyway, enough of the bunny trail of thought; even though I’m not an INFP, I am an ENFP so I can definitely relate to INFPs in some things. For instance, we’re the most introverted extroverts, so there’s that.

          While I have not had a home-made mocha recently, they are absolutely amazing and I LOVE them!! 😀

          Notebooks, muffins, stacks of books, and evenings are amazing things as well. I’m a night-owl so evenings are definitely my strong point.

          Ooh, favorite smell?? That is an extremely difficult question because there are many smells that have become favorites; most of them having to do with food. And mostly my mom’s food. Of course. 🙂 I love my horse’s smell, but probably a smell that I really, really like is when I come into the warm house on a snowy day and smell either tomato soup or snickerdoodle cookies baking. YUM! 😀

          just a crazy ENFP/book blogger/obsesses over time travel/lord of the rings/+ writer/loves books/han solo

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