I just tried to go in my classroom through a door that I’ve never noticed before, and it was locked so me and this other guy were standing outside for a few minutes, knocking on a door that’s never opened. Wat. How did I not know there was two doors, and why have I not tried to go in both before
Hey! Thanks for the note! Yeah, I heard there are hourglass ones out there somewhere but they seem a bit elusive. The set I got are the Princess Pinky brand too (lol, what a name) - I got the Twilight Brown which, upon reading the reviews now, was probably not the best idea. Do you find that yours move around at all? I might give them a shot. These others would do in a pinch but I’m worried I’ll go blind in the process!
You mean like if I blink a lot or blink strongly? lol no they don’t appear to move on me, but I think they rotate a bit but I can only tell because I accidentally got a nick in mine so I have to rotate them from time to time so I can ignore the feeling. Let me know if you have any more questions.
Apparently not, since I’m here, Gilthanas told himself. By the gods, his values were getting as muddles as Laurana’s! First, his hatred for Tanis- a hatred he’d nurtured righteously for years- was starting to dwindle away, replaced by admiration, even affection. Next, he’d felt his hatred of other races beginning to die. He’d known few elves as noble or self-sacrificing as the human, Sturm Brightblade. And though he didn’t like Raistlin, he envied the young mage’s skill. IT was something Gilthanas, a dabbler in magic, had never had the patience or the courage to acquire. Finally, he had to admit he even liked the kender and the grumpy old dwarf. But he had never thought he would fall in love with a Wilder elf.
“There!” Gilthanas said aloud. “I’ve admitted it. I love her!”"
Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman’s Dragonlance Dragons of Winter Night
(From page 556 requested by of-the-twilight-the-darkness )