The Enchanted Forest


Welcome to the Magical Light Realm!

All is white and you will never see my form as I speak to your heart to enlighten and inspire you in this realm. As Irridessa the pixie of light, I may appear as a spark of white light. I will help you see in the dark that may still shield your heart on this adventure. I am like your intuition...so trust the small gentle voice as you wander this realm. Many visions you will encounter... some true and some false. You will need to know which is which. It is my gift to guide you. You will notice it can be warm or very cold here, so special cloaks and foot wear are available that will protect you. Pop into the shiny castle as you arrive and all will be provided.

The Master Adventurer has truly gifted you in sending you here. He himself came here by accident as he meditated and left his body. I met him right away and it was as if I already knew him. I gave him a tour of the Angel Temple and the Ice fountains as well as the Well of Wishes. I told him of the polarities hen I showed him the dark cave of mirrors and how we create from thought. He learned well, and his imagination increased so much so that he created this Adventure just for you. He hoped you too would gain knowledge, skill, creativity and have the fun adventure of a lifetime.

You made it this far! Open to let me assist you, if you will. You are almost home.


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Blogging Category
Prompt: Proverbs

*Sun* The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.
*Sun* Don’t judge a book by its cover.
*Sun* Strike while the iron is hot.
*Sun* Too many cooks spoil the broth.
*Sun* You can’t have your cake and eat it too.
*Sun* Many hands make light work.
*Sun* When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
*Sun* Don’t cross the bridge until you come to it.
*Sun* Honesty is the best policy.
*Sun* Practice makes perfect.
*Sun* Where there’s a will, there’s a way.
*Sun* Look before you leap.
*Sun* Beggars can’t be choosers.
*Sun* Don’t make a mountain out of an anthill.
*Sun* An apple a day keeps the doctor away.
*Sun* The early bird catches the worm.
*Sun* Better late than never.
*Sun* The cat is out of the bag.
*Sun* Two wrongs don’t make a right.
*Sun* Always put your best foot forward.

More proverbs to choose from can be found at English Proverbs  


*TackB* Choose one or more of the above proverbs and write a blog about it.
*TackB* Tackle your life experiences that somehow connect to your chosen proverb in at least 750 words.
*TackB* Include your chosen proverb in your blog and don't forget to provide a word count at the end of your entry.
*TackB* Post your entry in your assigned thread.

Writing Composition Category
Prompt: Proverbs

*TackB* Using one of the above proverbs, write a short story or poem about it. You may choose to write both the short story and poem since they will be judged separately.
*TackB* Your composition must be in a static item (book entry might be accepted but expect a lower score for not following instruction) and properly rate it.
*TackB* You don't necessary have to include the proverbs within your composition provided that it talks about it.
*TackB* Your chosen proverb must appear somewhere on top or on the bottom of your composition for our reference.
*TackB* We don't set word count limit for your story and line count limit for your poetry as long as the former is enough to be called a short story and the latter, poetry and not prose.
*TackB* Please do provide a word count and line count for your composition.
*TackB* Link your completed composition to your assigned forum thread.

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Genre: Cultural, Educational, and Religious

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*TackB* Provide a link back to [#2267246] "Ultimate Trinket Adventure [Mainland] within your review. Feel free to affiliate your reviews to any group you belong.
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