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Contest Results posted tomorrow

I do apologize for the inconvenience. The results will be posted in the morning no later than 8 am EST. So please check back then.
Thank you for your patience.


  1. My refresh button thanks you LOL :) No worries! Hiccups are to be expected :)

    1. It's been one hiccup after the other. The annoying kind that won't go away:(

  2. Did yo feel that? I think the world just stopped spinning! =D

    No worried, no need for stress. It's all right. :)

    1. Is that why I was so light headed?
      Thanks for understanding. It's been stressfull none the less.

    2. I understand the feeling that people are let down. But sometimes things are outside your control. Stressing over when you can't change any more than necessary is a waste of energy. All you do do is what you've done, and that's to figure out a workaround. You've done that. All of us understand. Stuff happens. :)

      Now go read some bad fanfic (preferably the unpubbed kind to spare yourself the unusual phenomena of how publication seems to be for the worst of it =D ) and chuckle, or watch Jem and the Holograms of He-Man and She-Ra on Netflix and marvel at how kids' cartoons once had actual plots and multiple-episode story arcs that include love-traingles bordering on adultery and secret love-children!

  3. You have done a fantastic job, Talynn. Go easy on yourself. Not one of us is worried, and appreciate everything you've done!

  4. I hear patience is a virtue. You're just giving us a chance to practice it. :) Thanks for all your work.


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