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!
I can’t believe that 2016 is over already. Seeing as it’s the end of the year, I’ll go over most of the dragon-related things that happened to me this year. Continue reading “2016: Looking Back”
Earlier this year, I listened to the song “Close to the Edge” by Yes (all 18 minutes and 43 seconds of it in one listen) for the first time. Now, I find it hard to look at Ciruelo Cabral’s illustration Close to the Edge without thinking of the song “Close to the Edge” by Yes.
I’ve had a few thoughts about my dragon guardian/guide going through my mind lately – all of which have led to me wondering a few things.
First, I’ve thought about how all of my recent dreams about my dragon guardian/guide have consisted of him telling me that it is time to know who I am (even when he has told something else in addition to telling me that it is time to know who I am). To say the least, this has led to me wondering: Is now really the time to know who I am as my dragon guardian/guide wants me to?
Second, I’ve thought about the dreams that I’ve had where my dragon guardian/guide has told me that I’ll know and understand who I truly am in time (and has told me other similar things). This has led to me wondering: Is my dragon guardian/guide telling me that I’ll know and understand who I am spiritually (as opposed to knowing and understanding who I am in this life) in time?
Third, I’ve thought about a dream that I had where my dragon guardian/guide implied that it is time for me to know who I am due to me not knowing who I have become (which was a dream that I didn’t appear in). This has led to me wondering: Knowing who I have become from who and what? Is there more to me about who I have become – something (or some things) that my dragon guardian/guide sees but I don’t see?
Last but not least, I’ve thought about when my dragon guardian/guide said that the name that he always calls me by in my dreams is the embodiment of what I truly am – and when he said that the name that he always calls me by in my dreams is the embodiment of who I truly am. This has led to me wondering: Is finding out how this name is the embodiment of what I truly am and the embodiment of who I truly am – assuming that this name somehow is the embodiment of what I truly am and the embodiment of who I truly am – something that will play an important part in knowing who I am?
I hope that these things that I wonder are things that I’ll find out in time.