Will Smith, the actor/comedian says of his wife Jada, "I retire from trying to make you happy." He had tried and tried to make her happy. "I need you to go make yourself happy and just prove to me that it's even possible." Will would make a great leader I think in War Dragons (if he isn't already secretly in the game). Alleviates had to go make herself happy on a team.
"Nobody on the road,
But everything happens for a reason, at least I believe that. Sometimes we change our paths, and our future is reinvented. Some folks believe that all our paths are predestined and made for us, so all our twists and turns, all our mistakes or last minute decisions were already foreseen anyway. Seasons change, and so do we whether we can prevent it or not.
Winter was ending and people were pumped about Spring. And they got [drumroll] quite cutsie looking dragons. Fae, Aster, Sage. I laugh to myself remembering reactions particularly to Fae and Aster. Fae the Rainbow Brite of War Dragons and Aster who's scales were the colors of Pixxel's hair at the time. The dragons still turned out to be good, though, and being a girlie female myself, I didn't mind the joyful colors of Springtime filling in the contours of the new dragons' looks.
Reminds me of late this Winter when they surprised most people with the introduction of the Lunar New Year warrior, Kirin. I know you know I have to mention this because I swore on Facebook I would not get that dragon. No way would I get this seemingly useless waste of sparkle and warrior. Well I got it by the second day and in one day, giving in to a dragon who shoots glitter and glows pink. I have nothing more to say about Kirin except it renewed my interest in unicorns and collecting them.
What I did come across though put a smile on my face. I found a journal I'd forgotten completely about obtaining or ever writing in. It was a journal about "Grandmother and Me." Needless to say my grandmother and grandfather were and always will be my two favorite people who I've ever met that walked the earth. The journal was an interview of her by me when I was in late elementary school. I'd asked her about all her favorite things. What were her likes when she was my age? What was her favorite song? What were her favorite vacation places and how would she get there for example (the farm of course - no pun intended - and by train no dragon). And there was a whole lot more little tidbits she'd shared in our interview I recorded in that journal from a million years ago that I'd forgotten about. They don't need to be shared here; I'll start crying and no one really cares anyway.
My point is that I'd like to recommend to everyone to keep journals about your life. Interview the people you care about and record those memories. Then don't forget about them. Make a time capsule and forget everything except where you bury it. There are so many little details in even War Dragons worth recording that I cannot even mention, coming from the girl who has kept track of all the events since late 2016 on the famous "Calendar" I've heard people say is by "Adored" or even PG itself. Ironically when I was having lunch last October in San Francisco at Pocket Gems headquarters with PGCoffee, the topic of my "Calendar" came up. Like a hot mocha brew, my heart warmed when he said to me suddenly that he and his co-workers had been using my Calendar to help them keep track of the events they'd run and in what sequence. How about them apples?