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commented on Dark Side of the Horse
11 months ago
If so, Melody should be impressed, given Horace’s mental state when he composed it—or maybe he was trying to distract her from the fact that he broke one of her coffee mugs… :-)
commented on Heavenly Nostrils
11 months ago
Omega Dragotroid and AppleRox2013, thank you for the explanation and illustration of the Advent Calendar!
1 What is an Advent Calendar? I have never heard that term before. (Many thanks in advance!)
2 Phoebe will need to get Marigold a copy of Disney’s “Fantasia” for Christmas, as it features not only a few unicorns, but even a donkey unicorn (Jacchus, who was ridden by Bacchus, the god of wine and mirth). :-)
You too, eh? The little grasshoppers never bothered me, but the 3" long (and larger) yellow & red Lubber grasshoppers in south Florida were a very different (shudder) story… :-(
Yes…and he (Mister Ed) once dreamed that he was a doctor (his ‘shingle’ read: “Dr. Ed: Ears, Eyes, Nose, and Tail!”).
It’s strange that Horace’s “Horse, M.D.” fantasies always involve him being a physician, while his proclivity for joining support groups of all kinds suggests that he might make a good psychologist…
“Celebrate all achievements with a joyful noise, whether they be great or small!”
Indeed—I was thinking of, as the next best thing, a unicorn room or lawn ornament. They could be available in several versions, to depict the various Houses of unicorns (Arwehari, Nimbi, Karkadam, Nhurim, Nabrima, Tayana, etc.). The LED-illuminated alicorn could dim on, say, a ten- or twelve-day schedule, “counting down” to the Winter Solstice (unicorns’ powers are at their lowest in winter); at that point, the alicorn would gradually brighten, to signify the coming of more daylight—and magical power.
I heartily agree regarding sixam, Kra’ul Sheykhon. This unicorn name generator (see: http://unicorn.namegeneratorfun.com/ ) will produce—in keeping with unicorn character—a delightful, magical name for Dana (or anyone, for that matter).
Some horses have passed the mirror test as well. Also (going back at least a few decades), some highly-strung race horses, particularly fillies and mares, have been calmed by having mirrors placed in their stalls, which calmed them down because they were so busy primping and admiring themselves.
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