An open-minded Arab special education teacher living with a foot in each hemisphere.
OMG, this makes me want to cry! Seriously! I started playing D&D back in the 1970s when I was a little kid. This is like part of my childhood, dying :(
What might even be more sad is the fact that I still play D&D with my husband and our friends...Have no fear, I'm sure the nerdy dream will live on for generations to come.
Somehow, it makes me very happy that you play D&D, teacherlady! I'm not sure why! Thanks for sharing that :)
Here's a tribute you might find fitting...I know I did.http://xkcd.com/
Thanks for sharing that, it made me smile! I must read more of that guy's stuff...
http://www.woot.com/Blog/BlogEntry.aspx?BlogEntryId=4118There's one my husband directed me to... His favorite is number 5. Quite a familiar quote with regards to those who get quite attached to their characters and fail to let go of them when they pass on!
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