Long-Lost Secrets

So yes, if you're wondering, this is not a scheduled post.

I'm going to have to leave you for a few days while I do my best to corral a group of Jr. High girls through waterparks and community projects, as well as maintain a halfway decent maturity level and not end up voicing, "Ohmygosh, he is SO HOT!" alongside them. And maybe, just maybe, be transparent enough for Jesus to shine through me and show them how He loves them.

I will leave you with one the most interesting blog posts I've read. It made me remember why I started blogging and redirect my focus a little bit (especially when it comes to things I'm not sure about, like Twitter - I still don't know what to do with Twitter). I think it's a really good post, and I'm really interested in what you think about it.

I will also leave you with the secret. None of us ever thought we could discover this! It's been hidden for centuries, old and dusty and surrounded by cobweb-covered skeletons in a booby-trapped cave! The answer to your question:

How on earth do I create those wacky fantasy names??

Have no fear! Just go to your favorite blog, post a comment, and look at the colored letters in squiggly type that come up.

There is your answer. I can't believe I figured it out, and I'm pretty sure that the agents are on my tail already. So I have to get out of here. If you don't hear from me for a few days, that's why. (I lied about the summer camp.)

Enemy agents aside, I did inadvertently discover the names Diessn and Emindar through this process. Aren't they just perfect for...something?


Lydia Kang said...

I have always thought those weird signature words were so awesome! someone ought to creat a whole world with them.
Have a great trip, Melody!

Anonymous said...

Have a great trip! And I am absolutely sure that you will bless others and be blessed in turn.

I hate those squiggly letters... especially since blogger hates me and asks me to fill out the word verification over and over and over...

Mine is Pappree. That's some name.

God bless!

Ruth Donnelly said...

Wow...I just told my husband that yesterday! I said, word verifications can give you some PERFECT alien names. He looked at me as though I had lost my mind. I'm glad someone agrees!

(mine is "Clape". Not one of the best I've seen, but okay...)

Creepy Query Girl said...

Great link to an interesting post! Hope you have a good time and I'll have my binoculars out on those agents high tailing you!

btw- my character's new name is 'mandoc':)