You know what they usually say about characters that don't have any flaws, defects or problems. They tend to be boring and not very believable. Now, don't get me wrong, Nessie is an interesting…Continue
"Lady Sybilla, you rock! Everything you mention: What the Bleep, the Qabbala, positive self talk versus worrying, and many other books, movies, too, such as The Secret, The Missing Secret, The God Code, Huna, (ancient Hawaiian spiritual…"
"From your lips (computer) to Stephenie Meyer's ear (computer), Lady Sybilla! So many of us want to know more about Nessie, Nessie and Jacob and whether they can have babies. We also want to know that Nessie can kick vampire butt and also fellow…"
"I know! I read somewhere that Stephenie Meyer is totally burnt out on vampires, that's why she started writing different books. But you never know, she might decide to revive the Twilight universe again someday. I also read…"
"Hahah, yeah, that's what intrigues me so much about her, especially now that I see how fast Mackenzie Foy is growing up. Pretty soon she'll be a teen. I'd love to see another Twilight movie with Renesmee all grown up."
Wow, I never heard of that before. It sounds a little similar to a movie I watched a few years ago. It's called What the Bleep Do We Know. It explains that the water in our bodies reacts to words, so…"
"this is so cool and i completely agree. she was just too perfect i think she would be more interesting if she had some flaw or edge to her. im always thinking about what would happen next to her would she get sick? would she turn evil? would she…"
"In my opinion, Renesmee's appearance was short and brief in the books, and Stephenie Meyer focused more on developing how does the Cullens and the Quileutes deal with her existence, plus there's the whole Volturi drama going on, so there…"
"P.S. had the same problem trying to reply to Jacen's comment. What I found was that I could go to the top of the page and reply in that space. My answer ended up next to Jacen's comment about The Force where it was supposed to go. I just…"
"Hi Lady Sybilla,
Oh yes, it is and the more I think about it the more I think driver of the Force is intention. The creator of Continuum work, Emilie Conrad, a body therapy wherein the body (which Emilie proposes is mostly made of water) can…"