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Prof. Tarma Amelia Black

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  1. Isn't it lovely? That's a picture Fels took of a favorite place of hers.) Here it is again - Everyone got 28 Diamonds! Amy Darvill Carrie Warts Harry Walles Kendra Givens Lorainia Riverrider Louis Walles Mia Fountain Professor Felicia Hartwick Silvana Mandeville Sirius Fudge Beans are sent to: Louis Walles Harry Walles Carrie Warts
  2. Well done to everyone who made their way through this Letter Tiles! They pull together to say - Cream-colored ponies and crisp apple strudels Doorbells and sleigh bells And schnitzel with noodles Wild geese that fly with the moon on their wings These are a few of my favorite things Diamonds earned - Carrie Warts - 28 Harry Walles - 28 Iverian Gnash - 25 Kendra Givens - 28 Lorainia Riverrider - 25 Louis Walles - 28 Mia Fountain - 28
  3. The solution to this Cryptogram - and who wrote it ... “And this, our life, exempt from public haunt, finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones, and good in everything.” – William Shakespeare Lots of Diamonds were earned! Amy Darvill - 28 Carrie Warts - 28 February Fortescue - 25 Harry Walles - 28 Iverian Gnash - 25 Kat Silver - 28 Kendra Givens - 28 Lorainia Riverrider - 28 Louis Walles - 28 Mia Fountain - 28 Sirius Fudge - 28
  4. The Sudoku answer is provided by Amy! Lots of folks earning Diamonds for solving this! Amy Darvill - 28 Carrie Warts - 28 February Fortescue - 25 Harry Walles - 28 Iverian Gnash - 25 Lorainia Riverrider - 28 Louis Walles - 28 Mia Fountain - 28 Professor Felicia Hartwick - 28 Silvana Mandeville - 28 Sirius Fudge - 28
  5. The way through is fraught with peril, but you survived! People who earned Diamonds treading this pathway are: Amy Darvill - 28 Carrie Warts - 28 February Fortescue - 28 Harry Walles - 28 Iverian Gnash - 25 Kendra Givens - 28 Lorainia Riverrider - 25 Louis Walles - 28 Mia Fountain - 28
  6. The answer to this is: "Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance." - Eckhart Tolle People earning Diamonds are - Amy Darvill - 25 Carrie Warts - 28 February Fortescue - 25 Harry Walles - 28 Iverian Gnash - 25 Kendra Givens - 28 Lorainia Riverrider - 28 Louis Walles - 28 Mia Fountain - 28 Professor Felicia Hartwick - 28 Sirius Fudge - 28
  7. December! Month of holidays, of winter (or summer) depending on where you live. Time of the solstice, winter or summer. Render this in colour and earn 10 Diamonds! As Pezzie said - use whatever means you would like to color this. If you feel you want to add to this, go for it! It is your coloring page, make it amazing! For direct link - click here.
  8. Hi Fat Friar! Hi Mia and no I'm not at IRC for you to bug! I am busy counting up diamonds and getting a WONDERFUL new thing up in the Games Tent. And also I'm playing in the Sleigh Ride area, helping out Wilbur. Well, maybe not precisely helping Wilbur but having lots of fun. I've still go to do a couple things, though, I notice.
  9. Oh, Fels, I thought of you for that #1 question and lo, and behold, I guessed right! Who is the one guest you want to see for the party? Remus Lupin - I would just really like to meet him, to talk with or just listen to him. What raffle gift do you crave the most? Books. All kinds of histories .... What are the decors you most look forward to? Bright shiny things .... and Nifflers and them going after bright shiny things. Food you cannot resist? Pizza. Eggplant parm. 1 point and 10 diamonds to Tarma!
  10. Professor Will Lestrange provided 'both' solutions to this Hashi puzzle. He wrote: There are two solutions again this time! Both are included in the image below: -one solution comes from using all the green lines and all the orange lines -the other solution comes from using all the green lines and all the yellow lines --Prof. Will Lestrange Receiving 25 Diamonds for sending in either (or both) solutions is: Harry Walles Louis Walles Mia Fountain Professor
  11. The solution to this Fallen Letters puzzle is: "It's very nice to feel. You're nothing. You're just nothing when you're near a volcano." `- Katia Krafft 30 diamonds are earned by: Harry Walles Louis Walles Mia Fountain
  12. 25 Diamonds go to: Harry Walles Lorainia Riverrider Louis Walles Mia Fountain Professor Felicia Hartwick Professor Scarlet Leslie-Lewis Professor Will Lestrange Sirius Fudge Harry, Louis and Will get Beans for having the fastest times.
  13. The answer - provided by Sirius Fudge 30 Diamonds (each) go to: February Fortescue Harry Walles Lorainia Riverrider Louis Walles Mia Fountain Professor Felicia Hartwick Professor Will Lestrange Sirius Fudge
  14. Birds are marvelous creatures -- most are able to fly and all of them are quite beautiful and graceful in their own habitat. Whether a hummingbird, a hawk or a handsaw ... no, wrong book or a penguin, birds are unmistakable when seen. How long have birds been here on the planet (that we are aware of, anyway, going by fossil remains)? Here's some basic information that I found about birds and when they first showed up here: Archaeopteryx, sometimes referred to by its German name, Urvogel, is a genus of bird-like dinosaurs. The name derives from the ancient Greek ἀρχ
  15. Starting out in September with your own Wonders of the World, shifting to the awesome plants living on our beautiful planet in October, and then to volcanoes in November, we now, in December, look at the wonderment of a creature which can (usually) fly - Birds. Birds range in size from the tiniest Bee Hummingbird (a whole 2.2 inches long and 0.056 ounces in weight) to the Ostrich, who has been noted to be 9.1 feet tall! Their history goes back (as far as can be determined) to the Archaeopteryx, who lived approximately 150.8 million year
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