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S.W. Lothian Quotes & Sayings

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Like rings in a large tree trunk that had been logged and exposed, every year of her life was visible in the wrinkles that lined her face, neck and arms. She was a living, breathing fossil. — S.W. Lothian

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You could have heard a bee fluff — S.W. Lothian

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Linc was so amazed at what he saw and heard, This is sooo cool. I love this place. This looks way better than a day spotting weird people at Walmart. — S.W. Lothian

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Don't worry yourself. It is better that you are cautious and safe than to be accepting and sorry. Trust must be earned. I hope I have now earned yours. — S.W. Lothian

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To start your quest you need somewhere to begin, and the best place to begin is at the start. - Horus, King of the Gods — S.W. Lothian

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Freedom is taken for granted by the free and longed for by those who never had it. But for those who have lost it, the loss burns like the hottest flame. — S.W. Lothian

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The three now faced the moving wall. Trapped, like the last fries in a box with a hungry kid ready to pounce. They had no way to escape. — S.W. Lothian

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Of course I am the only one with the answer. For every lock, there is a key. I created the lock, so I therefore know of the key. - Sobek — S.W. Lothian

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The smell of dead fish lingered in the air, and excited flies darted from fish to fish lapping up the decay. — S.W. Lothian

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We must remember that the mortals prefer plant-life for food, for next time."
The other statue nodded in agreement and replied. "Yes. Every day we learn new things Donkor. These mortals have some funny ways don't they?" - Quest Two: The Cursed Nile — S.W. Lothian