Lady_of_Shalott
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Lady_of_Shalott

Weaving the Magic Web, 29, from Oklahoma

Lady_of_Shalott was last seen:
Feb 28, 2012
    1. LadyoftheGoldenWood
    2. jake1964
      jake1964
      I'm assuming that reminding you of your dad is a good thing. ;)

      Thank you. :)
    3. The_Broker
      The_Broker
      I just wanted to wish you a happy belated birthday Lady_Of_Shalott! I hope you receive this message sometime.
    4. LadyoftheGoldenWood
      LadyoftheGoldenWood
      Hey, do you still use your aim? I know you never used your msn
    5. Cascador
      Cascador
      Third time is a charm.... anyway how are you? Greetings xxx
    6. Padmé
      Padmé
      Hey thanks :) It's actually the background we made for our Star Wars RPG site, though it makes it a lot smaller here but meh, it's fine. Sorry to hear you're socked with homework already :( Anakin and I just signed up for our second years today actually, start back next week (booo). lol
    7. Padmé
      Padmé
      First comment woo hoo :D How you doing?
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    Birthday:
    Feb 26, 1988 (Age: 29)
    Home Page:
    http://www.christianrock.net
    Location:
    Oklahoma
    Occupation:
    I'm a student, if that counts... :p
    Read the book... :D Don't ya wish there really was one?!

    Reading (I'm currently obsessed with Wheel of Time), writing, listening to music, history, and politics.

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    "Imagination is best fed by reality, an odd diet for something nonexistent;
    there are few details of daily life and its broad range of emotional
    context that can't be transformed into food for the imagination" - Patricia McKillip