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15000 Pages
11989/15000 pages = 79.9% of the goal
Books:
1. Sabriel - Garth Nix [491 pg]
2. Lirael - Garth Nix [705 pg]
3. The Crystal City - Orson Scott Card [384 pg]
4. Abhorsen - Garth Nix [528 pg]
5. Lamb: The Gospel according to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal - Christopher Moore [464 pg]
6. Daughter of the Blood - Anne Bishop [416 pg]
7. Heir to the Shadows - Anne Bishop [482 pg]
8. Queen of the Darkness - Anne Bishop [430 pg]
9. Jarka Ruus by Terry Brooks [413 pg]
10. Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchatt [366 pg]
11. Earthfall by Orson Scott Card [350 pg]
12. Bicentennial Man by Issac Asimov [211 pg]
13. Split Infinity by Piers Anthony [368 pg]
14. Blue Adept by Piers Anthony [336 pg]
15. Juxtaposition by Piers Anthony [368 pg]
16. God of Tarot by Piers Anthony [288 pg]
17. Vision of Tarot by Piers Anthony [260 pg]
18. Faith of Tarot by Piers Anthony [246 pg]
19. Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett [366 pg]
20. HTML Utopia: Designing Without Tables Using CSS by Dan Shafer [480 pg]
21. The Magician's Nephew by C.S.Lewis [240 pg]
22. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S.Lewis [208 pg]
23. The Horse and His Boy by C.S.Lewis [256 pg]
24. Prince Caspian by C.S.Lewis [256 pg]
25. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S.Lewis [288 pg]
26. The Silver Chair by C.S.Lewis [272 pg]
27. The Last Battle by C.S.Lewis [240 pg]
28. Wicked by Gregory Maguire [406 pg]
29. Digital Fortress by Dan Brown [496 pg]
30. The Bad Beginning by Lemony Snicket [176 pg]
31. New Spring by Robert Jordan [304 pg]
Manga read:
32. Shirahime Syo: Snow Goddess Tales [128 pg]
33. Onegai Teacher Vol. 1 [200 pg]
34. Onegai Teacher Vol. 2 [167 pg]
35. Fruits Basket Vol. 1 [200 pg]
36. Fruits Basket Vol. 2 [200 pg]
Book in progress:
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Once upon a time... the end?

March 2010
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David Aco [userpic]

The boy fell to his knees, screaming out his sorrow for the world to hear.

There lying in a heap of torn wing and broken bone lay the body of his best friend, his closest companion.

As the boy howled in pain and rage, the little dragon was lost to the world, forever.

David Aco [userpic]

It's important not to confuse guilt with regret. Guilt results from doing something that we knew was wrong" at the time. Regret comes from later learning that we could have done something better. When we understand the difference between guilt and regret, we can move beyond blaming ourselves for what we didn't know or weren't able to do at the time (like taking drugs whose side effects were unknown at the time).

http://www.thewellspring.com/wellspring/self-responsibility-love/2303/guilt-vs-regret.cfm

David Aco [userpic]

I won't stop asking.

Won't stop believing.

Won't stop loving.

Why don't you stop running?

David Aco [userpic]

I believe in the broken charm,
the sign of the end of a life.

I believe in the threefold command,
from this comes all true power.

I believe in the promise of maybe,
it will bring the joy of eternal yes.

by these signs, our world is guided, and
by the will of the world, we are the signs.

Wheel of Moods Says: contemplativecontemplative
David Aco [userpic]

I said to you the other day that I had never thought of dating you before we met, and this was a gross and complete fallacy.

I would treasure our nightly calls, to the detriment and displeasure of those around me. They were the highlights of my dull days.

We could lay on the phone, miles away but inches apart discussing anything and everything as it came to mind.

I made the trip with hopes. My heart was in my hand.

I gave it to you that weekend, and I see it in your eyes when you smile at me, it lives inside you now.

I tried to get it back when you left, when you ran away into the embrace of the voice of another, but it will not budge.

Now I wander through this world seeking anything to find the contentment I found in that voice on the phone, in that weekend, in your arms and in your life. All I find is sadness, regret, terminal hope, and fleeting joy.

There is nowhere for happiness to live in my life without you by my side, because you are the keeper of my heart, as you have been now for all these years.

I see beautiful faces, bodies, places, smiles, and every single one of them makes me wish that I could share just one more true moment with you.

I ruined my every opportunity to make you happy by showing you my sadness, my fear that you had already buried hope. Now you have, and you claim that it will never live again. You have denied me even a chance to repair this rift, to share with you the life I know we can make together.

Because you say he makes you happy.

I hope he makes you happy enough for two, because my heart still lives with you.

Now and forever.

shiroi tora wa chisaii ryuu o motteimasu
Tá mo chroí istigh ionat

Released from three day embargo on 2010-02-26

Wheel of Moods Says: depresseddepressed
David Aco [userpic]

I'm not being smug or arrogant,
I'm laughing at the futility of arguing.

You tell me I don't know what you're thinking, that I'm wrong about what you wanted to say, and then in the next breath tell me that I was right.

Am I psychic? no. Can I be observant? Sometimes.

You getting mad at the fact that I know you and can intuit some of what you're thinking sometimes is pointless and hurtful.

I'm not doing anything to hurt you or anybody else. That's not what I do.

You run away and tell me I'm wrong when it's obvious by the look on your face and the way you act that I'm at least partially right.

Stop putting me in this box where I'm always wrong and up to something evil. That's not me and you knew it once.

Whatever, I'm not sorry I asked the question. I'm also not sorry for telling you what I observed. I _AM_ sorry that you misunderstood me and thought that I had malicious intent or was claiming some kind of twisted psychic ability, but I can't control your brain, and I never could.

I had a good time today, thanks for inviting me.
Talk to you whenever.

David Aco [userpic]

Eight years ago today, I had to drive away.
The only thought I had was how to come back again.

Now you're right across town, and farther away than ever.
I miss you. I miss us.

Hope you have a good day.

Love, forever.

~your dragon~

Wheel of Moods Says: wistful
David Aco [userpic]

I'm not really sure why I write anything in here anymore.

I just deleted my friends groups, and unlocked all the posts that were locked.

Have fun with that folks.

David Aco [userpic]

sent via aim after she logged:


I'm sending this because I know you logged off and won't get it. I need to say it, but I'm afraid it would upset you if I said it when you were here...

I hope you're okay. I'm worried because I can't tell if something is wrong or if you're just upset with me. I miss my friend.

You've shown me that can do anything you put your mind to. Someday I hope I can be as strong as that.

(unlocked on 2010-02-15)

David Aco [userpic]

Perhaps I am a miscreation
No one knows the truth there is no future here
And you're the DJ speaks to my insomnia
And laughs at all I have to fear
Laughs at all I have to fear
You always play the madmen poets
Vinyl vision grungy bands
You never know who's still awake
You never know who understands and

Are you out there, can you hear this?
Jimmy Olson, Johnny Memphis,
I was out here listening all the time
And though the static walls surround me
You were out there and you found me
I was out here listening all the time

Last night we drank in parking lots
And why do we drink? I guess we do it cause
And when I turned your station on
You sounded more familiar than that party was
You were more familiar than that party
It's the first time I stayed up all night
It's getting light I hear the birds
I'm driving home on empty streets
I think I put my shirt on backwards

Are you out there, can you hear this
Jimmy Olson , Johnny Memphis
I was out here listening all the time
And though the static walls surround me
You were out there and you found me
I was out here listening all the time

And what's the future, who will choose it?
Politics of love and music
Underdogs who turn the tables
Indie versus major labels
There's so much to see through
Like our parents do more drugs than we do
Oh....

Corporate parents, corporate towns
I know every TV set that has them lit
They preach that I should save the world
They pray that I won't do a better job of it
Pray that I won't do a better job
So tonight I turned your station on just so I'd be understood
Instead another voice said I was just too late
And just no good....

Calling Olson, Calling Memphis
I am calling, can you hear this?
I was out here listening all the time
And I will write this down
and then I will not be alone again yeah
I was out here listening
Oh yeah I was out here listening
Oh yeah I am out here listening all the time

Wheel of Moods Says: lonelylonely
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