We’ll I wouldn’t go that far, but she can be a pretty big know-it-all.
Your question makes my head hurt.
That’s a story for another day!
The thing I hated the most about being blind was the way people would treat me–as if I were fragile or helpless. My favorite part was proving those same people wrong!
Hmm … that’s tough. I think Sir Tode would understand if I chose to bring my parents back.
I like the thought that someday people will stop asking me this question!
Sophie and Peg haven’t met yet … I’m sort of afraid they’d both gang up on me! Sophie’s father is still running the bookshop in Bustleburgh — you should visit some time!
Well, none of them have names as great as “Dinkus” …
Sophie’s not nearly as annoying as I tell her she is. Not sure about a “movie” … is that a kind of dance?
Thank’s! You’re pretty great, too!
Prigg tried to make me choose, and I couldn’t do it! Who would YOU pick???
I’ve been trying to get Sir Tode to tell his story for years! Who knows, maybe some day it’ll happen …
If I told you it was “Danger” would you believe me?
It’s great until she tries to boss me around!
That’s the trick when dealing with Sophie: the meaner the insult, the more I smile … which makes her furious!
You have no idea how many times I’ve asked that same question!
I wish I could have seen my parents, even for a moment.
The worst part was not being able to read. Also, kisses are gross!
Sometimes it’s fun … but it sure makes sneaking about a lot harder!
She knows I have a sister. I haven’t quite told her the rest yet. I’m not sure she’d believe me!
Well, I don’t *dislike* her …
I can only answer questions when I’m not out adventuring … which isn’t too often!
Peg has more suitors than a dog has fleas. So far she’s sent every one of them packing!
I’m quite fond of THE SEAS BEYOND THE SEA by Veena Bluestocking
If I had more patience, I could imagine being a clockmaker.
Yes or no.
You known what I DON’T like? Answering THIS QUESTION!!!
You are a very observant reader! I can only assume you are some master swordsmith from a distant land. To answer your question: at some point, I realized it would make a better weapon if the pointy end was turned *away* from me, and so I had it changed.