Oh, I didn't see the water there, I have the elemental wings already smile. As for the butterfly wings, I was hoping that'd be a cheaper item but I may just get it anyway. It looks really nice. Thanks a bunch smile
I'm a strange blend of talkativeness and solitude. I love my friends but I don't make many very close ones. I seem to spend most of my time reading or trying to write poetry and stories.
Feel free to talk to me, though. I'm not purposefully being a loner, I just get caught up in my own little world and I need someone to pull me out of my daydreams every now and then.
A friend of mine showed me an interesting horoscope a while back. It matches me almost perfectly, which weirded us both out a bit.
"Cancer natives born on this day are a curious mix of shyness and sociability. A seemingly complaisant facade covers your strength of purpose and innate sense of destiny. As a genuine visionary with a deep reservoir of wisdom and a vivid imagination, you have big dreams and the wherewithal to see them through to completion. You require extended periods of solitude to formulate your plans and recharge your batteries. Consequently, your true potential for bringing your ideas to a successful conclusion is sometimes overlooked by your friends and associates. Those with July 16th birthdays are an unusual blend of innocence and sophistication. You project an otherworldly quality that confuses people and can cause them to misread your intentions. The romantic, spiritual, idealistic side to your nature sets you apart from other people. You need to believe in everything you do, and your work may become more of a crusade than a job. In fact, when you get caught up in your passionate ideals, you may not be able to resist proselytizing to others in an attempt to convert them to your way of thinking. In love, you are protective and self-sacrificing. Your nature is romantic and caring, but also emotionally erratic. You’re easily hurt by indifference or rejection. Your ideal partner is someone who accepts your moodiness and your occasional need for seclusion."