Daily Archives: February 1, 2011
Are you a person that dreamed of fighting with a sword or ax? Are you a person that wants to cast spells and heal allies? Are you a person that has perfect aiming? Then try Maple Story, it’s a online game that you can be anything you dreamed of like a archer, warrior, ninja, pirate, or a mage. You can make friends and parties to defeat bosses like the black mage, the mushmom, or the old snail.
If you want to play, go to maplestory or nexon and start making a account and play.
(When you are making you account remember the birthday, last name, and the password) And I will meet you there.
Try playing other games from nexon and remember make your account birthday is at least 15 years old.
This is the picture I drew.
“I need the necklace back.” The man looked at me nervously.
“What necklace?” I was considering shutting the door in his face.
“The one I sold to you about a year ago.” The man’s eye twitched and he fumbled with his fingers.
“What? I never bought a necklace a year ago.” I looked at the man like he was crazy.
“I know you have it! It was blue. I can’t remember what you called it. Oh, let’s see, what was it? Rainy Day Blue? No, no, that’s not right.” The man mumbled furiously to himself as if I weren’t there.
“Thunder Blue? No, that’s not quite right. Boted Blue? No. Lightning Blue? I can’t remember! Help me out here!”
“Lightning Bolt Blue?” I offered curiously.
“Yes, that’s right! I need it!” The man looked eagerly at me.
“Well, I don’t really use it much…” I said.
“Okay then that works just fine. Hand it over.” The man said impatiently.
“But you don’t even want it!”
“It’s the last memor y of my best friend, and I’m keeping it.” And with that, I slammed the door in his face, leaving him begging outside on the porch.
“Who was that?” My mother came quickly out from the office where she had been clacking away on her computer.
“I don’t know, some man who wants my necklace.”
“You don’t have a necklace.”
“Exactly. Hopefully you’re as confused as I am?” I asked my mother.
“Who was he?” She asked, ignoring my comment.
“Oh, I forgot to ask.” I said. But glancing over at our front door again, he was still wating outside. The telephone rang in the kitchen and my mother hurried to answer it. I pulled open the door.
“What do you want?” I asked in my best irritated tone that I had learned from Ms. Reynolds.
“Your necklace. You don’t understand. It’s very dangerous if it falls into the wrong hands.”
“It wasn’t a necklace! It was a PEN!” I cried out, exasperated.
“Oh? Did I say necklace? I must’ve forgotten. Let’s see, what century is it now?” The man murmured anxiously. I was becoming confused.
“It’s the 21st century. And why?” I demanded.
“I must explain about your necklace—or perhaps, your pen.”
“Why is it so dangerous if it falls into the wrong hands? And what are you talking about anyway? Why do you want my pen?” I asked.
As for me, I am “working” from home 🙂 after driving home from work through the blizzard earlier today. At the same time, I am enjoying time with my family during the week, and enjoying the beautiful snowy world outside. Nobody in San Diego or none of the animals in San Diego Zoo would be able to see such a dynamic view! A Kansas Park Ranger’s job is really fun!
Tell us what you are doing today ….
I found this free vocabulary game, it is really fun.
For every word you get right, they donate ten grains of rice to the hungry!! I’ve donated 1010 grains of rice so far!!
Here is the link: http://www.freerice.com
Post your scores and let’s see who donates the most!