Month: July 2009

  • Crazy About You survey

    What is your last name spelled backwards?: draziw dlo esiw 

    Do you like any songs by Madonna?: La Isla Bonita, but I'm so disillusioned with Madonna that I haven't listened to her in years.

    Are you afraid of bugs?: Bugs do not belong anywhere near me.  It's a genetic repulsion thing.

    Do you like chocolate ice cream?: Chocolate has lost its magic for me.  I blame the meds.

    Are you on a laptop?: I miss my pc.    It crashed.  I'm on a tiny netbook.  It sux.

    Do you know anyone named Sam?: I can still hear Quantum Leap quotes in my head every time I read the name Sam.  That has no bearing on whether I like the name.  I actually don't.  Sorry to all the Sams out there.

    Who is your favorite cousin?: I don't have a fave cousin.  Out of about 50 cousins.  Yes, it's true, no preference.  At all.  I bet they were all holding their breaths hoping their name would show up here.  Except most of them have no clue this blog exists.  I still don't have a fave.  I really don't.

    What are you allergic to?: It's enough of a drag listing my allergies to every medical staffer I run into, I'm not going to do it here.  It's impressive, though.  I've been told numerous times I should be wearing that special med jewelry, possibly even tattoo it on my arm or something.  Knowing me, I'd be allergic to the jewelry and the tattoo ink.

    Do you eat french fries with ketchup?: I don't eat french fries.  Imagine that.

    Have you ever swam in water over 8 feet?: I've nearly drowned in water over 20 feet, and as I was begging a nearby kid to let me hold onto his float device and almost going under, he was saying no and paddling away...  I lunged for him and we fought all the way back to shore, where I lay gasping for a long time.  Little turd saved my life...

    Do you like your mom or dad better?: I have concerns about both of them.  They are equally distanced.

    Do you like fried or baked chicken better?: Boiled.  Juicier.

    Orange or grape soda?: No soda.  Soda is bad.

    Water or juice?: Ice tea.

    Do you like the sunset?: I miss New Mexico sunsets.  I once designed beaded earrings called Tequila Sunsets.  No, I don't sell them.

    Do you think you're special?: Particularly placed, maybe, but not necessarily special.  I could never compete enough to be special.  I like hiding in my cave.

    Why or why not?: Too early for an essay here.  You don't care, I don't care, let's go get something to munch and move on.

    Do you remember the last time you had a happy meal?: I remember going through a phase where I was ticked there were no happy adult meals with surprises in them.

    What is your crushes middle name?: Without an apostrophe, I refuse to play along.

    Are you ashamed/embarrassed of the person you like?: I have never understood that phenomenon.  I could care less what other people think in the first place.

    Do you like pina coloda flavored things?: NO.

    How about taking walks in the rain?: Sux getting groceries into the house in a downpour.

    Are you a fan of mexican food?: Let's turn this around a bit.  I'm a fan of southwestern North American FOOD, which includes squashes and other vegetables most people wouldn't touch with a stick.  The *original* Mexican food before industrialization and fast food restaurants, yes, very good food.  It's not all chili rellenos and tacos.

    What is your favorite show on Adult Swim?: You assume things.

    Do you have dinner with your family every night?: I be the chef, that be a yes.  I be dayam fine cooker.

    Peanut butter is yummy right?: Used to be.  Lost my taste for it.  Sad, but true.  Bet you're all worried now it could happen to YOU.

    Name a lame movie:: There are so many lame movies in this world, sometimes I wonder how different we'd all be if Hollywood had never been born.

    Name an action packed, awesome, totally kickass movie:: Monsters, Inc.  Yes, I'm serious.

    Are you hungry?: Today is Scott's birthday.  Today I'm going to make Boston Cream Pie and a very special supper.

    Do you like the movie Transformers?: I tried to sit through it, about halfway in I was grinding my teeth and raking the walls with my fingernails wondering why they abandoned actual script writing for a never ending special effects fight that did nothing but waste an incredible amount of time and brain cells.  I'm not a fan of grinding time fillers into the audience.

    Why are you not gay?: Why is the rest of the world not asexual?  It's a pretty moot question.

    Have you ever been to an amusement park?: I practically have one in my back yard.

    Was it amusing?: When people up and down your street all work there and act like it's so fun and cool staying in context, all you can think about is the South Park episode where the kids take a field trip and all the characters get shot because they can't break out of 1864 to reveal an electronic door code, which doesn't exist in their time.  I have no patience for that kind of cuteness, either.  Just let me buy the 'homemade' soap and apple butter and move on.

    Did you ever like the power rangers?: I suffered through others having to watch Power Rangers without fail.  I have brain scars that will never heal.

    Disney Channel stars are?: In a different galaxy than me.

    Do you say random things at inappropriate times?: I can't help it, the random responses to random idiocy just happen.  Most people don't catch it, though.

    Do you you have anything locked on your cell phone?: Just my grip around it.  Kidding.  It's a flip phone, which is a very good thing in my life.  I tend to accidentally throw it more than talk on it, and if it had open buttons I'd be in a lot of trouble because I handle all buttons rather dyslexically and would never get it unlocked.

    Do you know anyone who's name starts with an M?: I'm watching an ad about old people not being able to afford 20 prescriptions, and thanking God I'm getting off most of mine before they kill me.  I'm tired of paying for side effects that are worse than my original problems.

    What is a word that you always have trouble spelling?: Lvoe.  I type that one too fast every time.

    Do you look like your mom or dad more?: The older I get, the more I look like a dog we once had.  HAHAHAHAHA.  Ok, kidding.  These are boring questions.

    Would you ever get an abortion?: We could change this to Would you ever become a person who removes babies?  Not that I really care, but this question seems planted.

    Do you eat waffles with syrup?: I don't think I've had a waffle in nearly two years.  Wow.

    Would you ever give your child up for adoption?: I'm the sort that could never do that, and I raise a kid of the sort who could.  We're in a crazy mixed up world.

    Do you like spicy food?: Love it, can't eat it.  Sadness.

    Do you like salty food?: No.  Salt kills a good meal faster than anything for me.  It's amazing how good food tastes without salt all over it.  If you can't taste your food properly without salt, question whether something might be wrong with you.

    Do you like any songs by Stevie Wonder?: I used to think I did.

    Are you precious?: Diamonds start out as carbon and they grow in the dark without any attention, and suddenly they wind up riding around on humans who don't have a clue what the real meaning is behind the symbolism they decorate themselves with.  Diamonds are a dime a dozen.  They are sold as precious.  Makes you wonder how we grade humans.

    Do you wear eyeliner?: Allergic.  If I wanna keep eyelashes, I don't worry about my vanity.

    Would you name your child after you?: I very broadly avoided naming my child after ANYONE in the family.

    Have you ever been to the mall alone?: You are never alone in the mall.

    Did you cry when Michael Jackson died?: I groaned while I watched the earth stop rotating and the sun go dark and people kneel en masse to their decaying king.  Bigger than Christ, bigger than the Pope, bigger than Elvis, biggest memorial service in all the history of humanity, and whadayaknow, the grass is still growing.  No, I didn't cry.  Yes, I was a fan in the 80's.  No one has yet mentioned that Paul McCartney went out of his way not to be associated with that service, and that he was ticked at Michael for not letting him buy back some of the original Beatles stuff that they had to sell to pay off taxes.

    When's the last time you lied to your parents?: Who cares.  We're all old, it doesn't matter any more.

    Would you star in a porno for a million dollars?: I'd rather produce a cute video of my chickens for $5.

    Are your hands cold or warm at the moment?: This survey is irking me.  Starting to feel like I need to jump off the deck and see if I can fly or something.  I've lost the feeling in my brain, maybe a few stitches would help me get it back.

    Do you ever write laugh out loud instead of lol?: Not to sound trite, but I have NEVER used 'lol' in any way in a response to anyone because I think it's about the stupidest trend modern America has ever gone through.

    Do you have a backyard?: For everyone reading this who don't have back yards, yes, I do, and it's awesome.  Owning land is AWESOME.  Own land as fast as you can before they take that right away from you.

    How many bedrooms does your house have?: No one ever asks how many kitchens my house has.  I know people with more than one kitchen.  I am jealous.

    Are you kind to others?: The kindest thing I do sometimes is just hide in my cave and let them walk on by, oblivious in their little worlds.

    Did you ever like someone and now that you look back on it you go EWWWW?: I'm starting to do that with onion rings.

    Do you have any candles in your house?: My feng shui is a tad spartan, but I think it's economically healthy running only one tea light at a time, unless the electricity is out at 3 a.m. during a tornado warning.

  • Psychoanalyze Yourself survey

    Another fresh survey, not a rerun.  Bad me, I'm wasting time.

    Psychoanalyze Yourself:
    Don't read ahead, just copy and paste the following into a new bulletin before you read my answers. Then answer the following questions one at a time WITHOUT LOOKING AHEAD with the first thought that comes to mind. Then read what each answer means at the end. When doing your answers, ignore mine so they don't influence your responses.

    1. You are walking in the woods. You are not alone. Who's with you?
    Most assuredly I'll be next to Dooney with a stick in case she finds a snake and be brushing a spider off me because I never see the big webs and walk right through them.  Chicken, snake, spider.  My life.

    2. Still in the woods, you see an animal. What kind of animal?
    OH, I just got that this is supposed to be one of those metaphorical things that opens up what is going on in my head.  I wouldn't mind seeing a bat about now to nab these mosquitos around me, but I'd settle for a winged unicorn or something.  Or a 'my little pony'.

    3. What interaction takes place between you and the animal?
    I get a moonlight ride to an awesomely cool cloud world where magical things can happen and I can travel freely to more worlds through magical doorways.

    4. You walk deeper in the woods. You enter a clearing, and before you is your dream home, how big is it?
    Dang it, back in the woods.  Try to keep up with me, ok?  Geez.

    5. Is your dream house surrounded by a fence?
    My dream house is surrounded by a bubble force field that you can see through.

    6. You enter the house. You walk into the dining room and see the dining table. What's there?
    My dream house is a cottage.  I don't have to walk from room to room just to go eat.  Anyone who knows me knows whatever table is near me is piled high with whatever I've got going on in my life.  Let's say for this survey that right now I've got a stack of maps spread everywhere, maps of magical other worlds I'll be visiting soon.  This is starting to sound like the maps represent all the weird dreams I have when I go to sleep, and my cottage is my dull little life right now.  I never thought I'd see a survey that psyche analyzes ME.

    7. You exit the house and a cup is on the ground; what kind is it?
    Musta left an ice tea glass out here by the grill.  Glad there's not a bug in it.

    8. What do you do with the cup?
    Set it on the cold grill so I'll see it and take it back in later.

    9. You walk to the edge of the property where you find yourself standing at a body of water, what is it?
    Wow, we just kinda skip over how big this property is, don't we?  I'm picturing my cottage being in woods that are part of a mountain and several fields with ponds and stuff, so I guess I'm gonna be a little tired when I get to the water.  In this case, I think I'm in the mood for a lake.  It must be just outside my property.  I'd like to sit on the lake in a cool boat.

    10. How do you cross that body of water?
    I'm not sure it would be safe to cross it, who knows where I'd wind up in a head like mine.  Maybe another universe.



    1. The person with whom you are walking in the woods is the most important to you.
    I love my chicken, I protect her from scary snakes, and I really hate spiders.  Yes, these do seem like the most important relationships in my life somehow.

    2. The size of the animal is representative of your perception of the size of your problems in your life.
    Ha, 'my little pony' giving me a ride...  Guess I must take advantage of my problems.

    3. The severity of the interaction you have with the animal is representative of how you deal with your problems.
    Well, at first this would seem like I flee my problems into fantasy land, but since my problems are represented as a fantasy pony that can take me anywhere, I surmise that I leap on my problems' backs and make them entertain me in some way.  Sounds about right.

    4. The size of your dream home is representative of the size of your ambition.
    I have no ambition, apparently.  I've openly admitted that in other surveys.  I'm always happy to go back to bed while others labor and fret.

    5. A lack of a fence is indicative of an open personality. People are welcome at all times. The presence of a fence indicates a closed personality. You'd prefer people not drop by unannounced.
    I live in a bubble world!!!  I knew it!

    6. If your answer did NOT include food, flowers, or people, then you are generally unhappy.
    I've also expressed a distaste for being human, and I roundly condemn 'happiness' in other surveys, so ~bing~.  However, I would argue that I'm content beyond measure.  I don't yearn.  I accept.  Besides, I don't let my chickens in the house.

    7. The durability of the material with the cup is representative of the perceived durability of your relationship.
    Transparent, I hide nothing from Scott.  Glass never decays.  Wow.

    8. What you did with the cup is representative of your attitude.
    Pick it up and put it in a better place and make sure nothing is wrong with it.  Hmm.  So in spite of the lack of food, flowers, and people making me happy in question 6, I apparently have a really good relationship with my husband.

    9. The size of the body of water is representative of the size of your relationships.
    I take relationships VERY seriously (as opposed to a few 'friends' I've had), so there you go, a lake I can enjoy in a nice boat.  You all know what you're missing, if you can get through the bubble fence.  Few can, and most of them don't stay, so I figure their little worlds in their heads must not be compatible with mine.  Too much drama and trauma.

    10. The way you cross the water is representative to how easy or hard you expect your life to be.
    This is a funny paradox.  My life is actually very hard, no longer able to support myself around unending chronic illness and some pretty hefty pain, but my attitude is such that the more I let go of thinking I want and need, the easier life becomes.  I can choose to sit here mourning my relative deprivation, or I can choose to enjoy the moments that come.  In a sense, me floating on a boat on a big lake must be me feeling secure that everything is going to be ok while I have this relationship.

  • A to Z survey

    This is a fresh survey, not one of the summer reruns.

    The Letter A
    Are you available?
    - Did you know we can connect to all of space and time during morning naps?  I think people need more naps.
    What is your age?:
    - 47, but I'm not sure what that is in chicken years.
    What annoys you?:
    - Dang ol' spiders, mostly.  Had a nightmare a couple of weeks ago, 6 foot fuzzy gray and black stripe spider was after me, and I was using one of those old fashioned curved scissor-shaped hay bale tongs to try and pop its head.  I know, the phobia is a little out of control, but I blame a protracted med withdrawal for this one.  Man, it was nice waking up...

    The Letter B
    Do you live in a big house?:
    - Some might say yes, by sheer relativity, but others, such as Paris, might think this a tiny little box.  Without servants.
    When is your birthday?:
    - In about 16 weeks, but you can only find it while the crows caw at a first quarter moon.
    Who is your best friend?:
    - I buy Scott off with tantalizing savory, succulence, and sweetness.  I make pretty awesome food.

    The Letter C
    What's your favorite candy?:
    - I like to put a slice of snicker in the microwave with a marshmallow.  That's about all I get, then Scott comes along and steals the rest of the snicker bar.
    Who's your crush?:
    - We're into Web Soup lately.  Nothing makes us run to the computer faster than trying to find the crappy crazy idiotic videos they dig up for us.
    Last time you cried?:
    - No one ever asks when was the last time I cared, another good C word.

    The Letter D
    Do you daydream?:
    - Do you ever wonder if we can float around and watch whatever we want happen after we die?  I hope so.
    What's your favorite kind of dog?:
    - Someone else's way up the street that actually stays in its own yard.
    What day of the week is it?
    - "Fifth Day"  That's what monks used to call Thursday.  But now it's a stage in the evolution of consciousness in the Galactic Underworld or something.  I'm thinking about making up my own gobbledygook to indoctrinate the world with and see what happens.

    The Letter E
    How do you like your eggs?
    - I was watching a show about the mystery of the crystal skulls.  No one ever pursues the mystery of the rock eggs.

    Have you ever been in the emergency room?:
    - I wondered for years whether I might have one of those chips that UFOs put into your sinus, because I had so many bloody noses as a child.  Disappointingly, numerous CTs and MRIs haven't turned up anything so exciting.
    What's the easiest thing ever to do?:
    - Fall down abruptly and very spectacularly.  I could never replicate it if I tried.

    The Letter F
    Have you ever flown in a plane?:
    - I've sure urped all over one...
    Do you use fly swatters?:
    - One of these days that's going to backfire.
    Have you ever used a foghorn?:
    - My next to last rooster that I ever owned (Mr. Pink)(if you don't get that, nevermind) was an up and coming Foghorn Leghorn.  The neighbors ate him.

    The Letter G
    Do you chew gum?:
    - I'm a gum atheist, converted after a really bad TMJ year.  You really don't appreciate a good jaw spasm until you're in 4-lane 70 mph traffic and nearly go blind from the pain.
    Are you a giver or a taker?:
    - If fish is involved, my half is gone before dinner even starts.  Then we begin negotiations for the other half.
    Do you like gummy candies?
    - Scott fears Chinese takeover via gummy candy sales.  I don't eat squishy candy.

    The Letter H
    How are you?:
    - I refuse to assess myself right now.  Ignorance is bliss.
    What color is your hair?:
    - Hold on a sec, I need a shot of coffee.  They're saying now it can prevent strokes.

    The Letter I
    What's your favorite ice cream?:
    - Twenty years ago I was eating ice cream 3 meals a day through the summer.  Now I rarely touch the stuff.  Musta burned out or something.
    Have you ever ice skated?:
    - My back yard is a 45 degree slope.  My chickens are out there.  In the winter we get inch thick ice.  Oh, *hell* yeah.  You basically learn to fall and crawl before you go catapulting off into the trees.  Yes, I tried those little shoe things with the cleats, you still slide.

    The Letter J
    What's your favorite jelly bean?:
    - Sealed and in another building.
    Do you wear jewelry?:
    - I give up.  Everything I put on makes me itch now.

    The Letter K
    Know anyone whose name starts with "K"?:
    - Kwik Kopy.  We should all get to know this guy.
    Do you want kids?:
    - I may be starting another flock of chickens next year, but I'm going to have to plan it out a little better than the last two batches.  I'd love to become a regular chick starter and sell completely organic layers and exotics, but the stupid food safety modernization act (along with a stack of even more complicated legislation) threatens to take my freedom to do that away from me.

    The Letter L
    Are you laid back?:
    - Spatula in one hand, pellet gun by my side, me and my chickens wearing sunglasses in a lawn chair with the grill...
    Do you lie?:
    - I change names to protect the innocent.

    The Letter M
    Whats your favorite movie?:
    - See my very incomplete profile list.  It's impossible for me to pick a fave.
    Do you still watch Disney movies?:
    - Well, Jack Sparrow sorta forced me back into it...  I was truly boycotting (not for religious reasons, like the other boycotters) until that happened.

    The Letter N
    Do you have a nickname?:
    - Pick a card, any card.
    What is your real name?:
    - Which life?  What is real?  Who are we ~really~?  Maybe our current names are just a convenient library tagging system for our particular occupation of spacetime.
    Whats your favorite number?
    25 (number) - Wikipedia

    Some interesting facts about the number 25--

    It is a square number, being 5² = 5 × 5. It is the smallest square that is also a sum of two squares: 25 = 3² + 4². Hence it often appears in demonstrations of the Pythagorean theorem.

    The atomic number of manganese

    In Ezekiel's vision of a new temple: The number twenty-five is of cardinal importance in Ezekiel's Temple Vision (in the Bible, Ezekiel chapters 40-48).
    The number of years of marriage marked in a silver wedding anniversary.
    The minimum age of candidates for election to the United States House of Representatives. "Under 25" provides a common cut-off point for designating youth.
    Year 25 (XXV) was a common year starting on Monday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
    Do you prefer night over day?:
    - Night is when most of the bugs come out.

    The Letter O
    What's your one wish?:
    - I'm sure I've had one, and I'm pretty sure it's changed a few times, and I can't remember at all right now.  What the heck, I must be content or something.  You don't hear a lot about contentment nowadays.
    Are you an only child?:
    - I share DNA liberally with 3 others who followed me through the womb.  Our port of entry, as it were.

    The Letter P
    What one fear are you most paranoid about?:
    - You know those dreams where you are driving straight up at a 90 degree angle and you feel like the car is going to fall backward off the road, and you cling to the steering wheel for dear life and hope to God you are going fast enough to somehow keep the car from falling?  I think my paranoia comes more from going subconscious and doing life reviews in a sort of symbolic hell, than anything else.  I've managed to remain conscious through incredible injury, illness, and loads of medications and alcohol simply because I was terrified of going unconscious and losing control of me being me.  Does that make sense?  If there really are past lives, I have experienced some pretty powerful tortures and sufferings, because I have a really strong psyche when it comes to staying in control while I'm simultaneously dealing with seemingly irrational fears.

    What are your pet peeves?:
    - This survey is severely lacking a youtube.



    The Letter Q
    What's your favorite quote?:
    - The last year or so it's been "You're unworthy of my instruction in the immobile arts." --Patrick Star

    The Letter R
    Do you think you're always right?:
    - By default, I have to be.  I'm open to being proved wrong, though.  I don't take it personally.
    Are you one to cry?:
    - The longer my life is, and the more cruel experience I go through, the less it takes to jog a tear out of me, although I'm more likely to do it over a commercial than a real life issue.

    The Letter S
    Do you prefer sun or rain?:
    - I'm glad it changes around all the time.
    Do you like snow?:
    - I used to love it, now I'm getting really sick of it.  When you get the rheumatiz, you'll understand.
    What's your favorite season?:
    - Mid-autumn is pretty cool.  There's an underlying excitement somehow, anticipation of things just around the corner.  Like lots of good food and football, and more good food and presents, and more good food and a huge Superbowl party.
    The Letter T
    What time is it?:
    - About 4 or 5 days since I first started this.
    What time did you wake up?:
    - I wake up so frequently that it doesn't matter.
    When was the last time you slept in a tent?:
    - I got to visit a real teepee when I was a child.  It was pretty cool.

    The Letter U
    Are you wearing underwear?:
    - We should all protect the environment from our toxic bodies.
    Underwear or boxers on men?:
    - I could care less, as long as they aren't so raggedy with holes that they're practically a skirt.  Some guys get really attached to their underwear.

    The Letter V
    What's the best veggie?:
    - Sweet potato fries.  Wo, I seriously need to go make some...
    Where do you want to go on vacation?:
    - I think the rest of my life I will dream of
    Galveston Beach.

    The Letter W
    What's your worst habit?:
    - Dissing movies Scott watches.  I have to evict myself from the room.
    Where do you live?:
    - High atop the
    Krelvin Building.
    What's your worst fear?:
    - I have nightmares of drowning, giant spiders, car accidents, horrible murders by men and monsters, getting to college class too late to take an exam, being on a plane crashing, blowing up in a bomb, watching buildings burn and people screaming, seeing my kids dead in some kind of awful alt world scenario...  My worst fear is going to sleep and dreaming, and waking up to any of that being real.  But I always come back to this in-between place, where the mundane rolls along with minutes and seconds that stretch into hours and days of blissful retreat from terror.  I don't know if I have medications to thank for all those nightmares, but a few of the better ones are still pretty funky, full of chickens and weird places I visit, even other planets.  I would shrug it all off, but some of the dreams (plane crashes, earthquakes, other tragedies) have been corroborated the next day on the news, and some of the 'other planet' dreams have been far too intricately detailed with technology and science I've never seen before even on the coolest scifi, so maybe I'm picking something up, who knows.  I've often wondered if I experience death with other people because I've died so many times in my dreams.

    The Letter X
    Have you ever had an x-ray?:
    - I've had so many x-rays it's a wonder I haven't mutated by now.
    Have you seen the x-games?:
    - One of the many things I avoid since I'm already in overload.

    The Letter Y
    Do you like the color yellow?:
    - It looks pretty cool on finches, roses, and autumn leaves.
    What's one thing you yearn for?:
    - After considerable thought, I have decided it's the same thing I've always wanted-- to be able to know everything.  I wish I could time-lapse continental drift and have a bird's eye view of solar magnetic storms, I wanna watch how life on the ocean floor has made it all this time, see how rocks are born and what the inside of the earth is like, watch the ice ages come and go, see how our cells can communicate faster than thought, and that's just the beginning.  I want to see the whole big bang and go outside our universe and see other stuff,

    The Letter Z
    Whats your zodiac sign?
    - Nearly everything you look up on Scorpio is me to the core, and I don't apologize for any of it.  Coincidence or not (I'm not into astrology), you guys might wanna reconsider bringing babies into this world on my birthday.
    Astrological Chart of the United Nations  I have no idea what the implications of this chart are.  You can click on the 'home' link at the bottom and get the gist of what the website is about, but I want to qualify my response to this as ~not~ being fond of the United Nations, through which will come Transnationalism and the loss of our national sovereignty.  Is it coincidence that I was born on United Nations Day and very firmly denounce their growing power?  Is it coincidence that I, a Scorpio, would so firmly stand for my country, the Eagle?  From Why Scorpio? -
    "The most prominent national characteristics are symbolized by the Ascendant, so in a country known worldwide as the only remaining superpower, it makes sense that the United States should have Scorpio Rising, the sign directly associated with the eagle."
    Like I said, maybe it's coincidence, but I stand with Branwen O'Keefe (L'Engle), an often overlooked quote by a crucially missed glimpse into the importance of even the most minor character, showing up on the doorstep at the very moment that history faces a terrible fork in the road.
    "At Tara in this fateful hour
    I place all Heaven with its power,
    And the sun with its brightness,
    And the snow with its whiteness,
    And the fire with all the strength it hath,
    And the lightning with its rapid wrath,
    And the winds with their swiftness along their path,
    And the sea with its deepness,
    And the rocks with their steepness,
    And the earth with its starkness,
    All these I place
    By God's almighty help and grace
    Between myself and the powers of darkness."

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