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I've used canio6 as my username on the net since back in the days of paying per the minute/dail-up hell. Canio being my favorite opera character and 6 being my favorite number. I really should change it to keep some anonymity as far more people know me by my username in different places than by my realname.
Because sometimes I am fairly sure that no one notices that I exsist. For a time I would state at work, that I must be a figment of my own imagination. Hence my journals name. And Invisable girl is just to boring.
Because I am a cookie monster! Yes, I'm primal/paleo but I love cookies and other sweet things which I minimize in my life because I will binge eat them. e.g. A whole pack of double stuffed oreos would only last TWO days in my house.
It's the name I used on World of Warcraft for years. It's also my provincial flower.
Sweet Pink Alberta Roses, they forever remind me of my Grandma. She told me when I was a kid, "when I'm gone, and you see a pink alberta rose smack dab in the middle of no where where it seems to have no business being, you will know it is me"
My first trip to Toronto, got lost in the concrete jungle over by my harbor hotel. Drivers like to kill pedestrians in Toronto I swear. Standing there scratching my head, and suddenly I see this lone alberta rose poking out of the concrete slab. "Hi Grandma"
I'd like to tell you that the rose helped me get out of the lost place I was in, but I ended up more lost than ever. Found some great sushi though, thanks Grandma!
My name is pretty obvious: I am Mike, and live in Virginia.
Ayla, I love your screen name. Clan of the Cave Bear was a great book. The next 3 books in the series were very good. Book 5 was lame, and I haven't bothered with book 6. I think the author just got bored with writing the series. Too bad, cuz it could have been great to the end.
My thoughts exactly. I read all of them because I needed to know what happened to Ayla and Jondalar. The last one wasn't nearly as good as the first, but it was worth the read.
I would like to see a remake of the movie, but Auel said she'd only let that happen if she got to write the screenplay. My fingers are crossed. Forget Grok, for me it's "what would Ayla do?"