I just thought I’d take a moment to wish everyone a happy Appreciate a Dragon Day!
Seeing as it’s the beginning of the new year, I’ll go over some of the dragon-related things that happened to me last year. Continue reading “2017: A Slightly Belated Retrospection”
I find it hard to believe that it’s been eight years since I had my first dream about my dragon guardian/guide.
While I’d write about my feelings and reflections about having dreams about my dragon guardian/guide for as long as I have, I’m not doing that this time around, as those feelings and reflections haven’t really changed from what they were in my entry “Seven Years”. This hasn’t been helped much by the fact that, over the past year, I haven’t had dreams about my dragon guardian/guide as often as I have in the past.
One thing that has surprised me a bit, though, is that the dreams that I’ve had about my dragon guardian/guide over the past year have changed to mainly being dreams where my dragon guardian/guide tells me that it is time to know who I am. I don’t understand why my dreams about my dragon guardian/guide have changed like this, but I hope that I’ll understand it in the future.
Anyway, I hope that the next year of having dreams about my dragon guardian/guide will be different than this year was.
Happy belated How to Train Your Dragon 2 Day, everyone!
I would’ve posted this (and watched How to Train Your Dragon 2 on DVD) two days ago, but I completely forgot about that day being the anniversary of How to Train Your Dragon 2. So, I plan on making up for it by watching How to Train Your Dragon 2 on DVD tonight.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 was a fantastic movie (and I ended up seeing it three times while it was in theaters)! I personally thought that it was better than How to Train Your Dragon, and it exceeded my expectations when it comes to movie sequels (especially since I don’t like it when the sequel isn’t as good as the original).
My birthday was 31 days ago, but I was so busy with other things that day that I didn’t get to make a birthday post that day. So, I’m making up for that by making a late birthday post.
Even though my birthday was busy, it was a good day. I had some cake, and I started writing a new poem in the evening (and for the record, it wasn’t a poem about my dragon guardian/guide or any of the dreams that I’ve had about him so far).
In terms of gifts, I got some spending money on my birthday. Then, two weeks after my birthday, I got three iTunes gift cards from two of my friends (I would’ve gotten that gift from my friends earlier, but they were busy). I didn’t get anything dragon-related for my birthday. However, I will say that I wore a dragon t-shirt, a dragon necklace, a dragon bracelet, and two dragon claw rings on my birthday. 🙂
I know that this is rather late, but the way that I see it, it’s better late than never.
Happy belated How to Train Your Dragon Day, everyone!
I would’ve posted this yesterday, but I got rather busy with other things. I wasn’t too busy to watch How to Train Your Dragon, though, as I watched it on DVD in the evening.
I must admit that while I didn’t see How to Train Your Dragon while it was in theaters, I’m so glad I decided to watch some of it with my father after I saw him watching it on TV back in March 2014. That, along with my father saying that How to Train Your Dragon is a good movie, led to me buying How to Train Your Dragon on DVD and watching the rest of it. After I watched the rest of it, I felt that it was one of my favorite movies about dragons alongside Dragonheart. Not to mention that, later on, it introduced me to a great fandom that I’m glad to be a part of.
I thought I’d take a bit of time out of my day to say something: Happy Appreciate a Dragon Day!
Personally, I won’t be celebrating Appreciate a Dragon Day in the ways that I’ve read about (ways such as, but not limited to, writing poems of dragons), so I thought I’d say a couple of things in this entry.
First off, I’m so glad that I became fascinated with dragons as a kid (and glad that my fascination with dragons never subsided), especially since I feel that it has developed into a huge part of who I am. Not to mention that I’m glad that I was born in the Year of the Dragon.
Second, I’m glad that I’ve learned the things that I’ve learned from some of the messages that my dragon guardian/guide has told me in my dreams, not to mention that I’m glad (and thankful) that my dragon guardian/guide has been appearing in my dreams for as long as he has. I’m also glad that some of the dreams that I’ve had about my dragon guardian/guide have been the inspiration behind some of my greatest poetry to date.
To those of you for whom it is still the 16th, I hope that you are having a great 16th so far! To those of you for whom it is the 17th already, I hope that you had a great 16th!