ThroughTheLookingGlass86

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  1. shybi

    Not sure it's the better option - it was more a suggestion if we needed a quick fix and a place for people to go if it doesn't work out here. It seems to be quite quick and easy to create a proboard forum so I don't even think the admins or moderators need to be especially tech-savvy.
  2. shybi

    Don't know if it's possible with WordPress, but it seems to be quite easy (and free) with this site: https://www.proboards.com/ It seems to have all the same basic forum features.
  3. Hi!

    Thanks for the welcome
  4. I just started reading London by Edward Rutherfurd - I read his New York book some time ago and loved it, but this one seems kind of rushed in the beginning. I hope this changes as I really like those kinds of epic historical novels. I've just finished Gillian Flynn's three novels (Gone Girl, Sharp Objects and Dark Places) and it's nice to read something completely different. Although very very good books, they're very dark and twisted and almost uncomfortable to read.
  5. Fun topic! Mine was this one by Genesis... and it's eerie how much Phil Collins singing into the drumsticks remind me of old home videos of me dancing around the living room singing into a wooden microphone at 4 years old. Makes perfect sense now that I know this was the world I was born into
  6. Hi!

    Hello everybody! I've been lurking the forums for a little while and finally decided to dip my toes in the water (eeeeeek!) My life right now is very confusing and my head feels muddled a lot of the time - and because I don't feel comfortable sharing my most-muddled-thoughts with those closest to me in my "real life", I decided to become a member here and talk to you lovely ladies. Somehow, it's just so comforting being able (and feeling free!) to talk about anything, everything and nothing at all with people that have different experiences and worldviews. I was a member of another forum many years ago and I'm still close to some of the friends I made back then (we've even met up several times even though we're spread out all across the globe), so I know how lovely an online community can be. And I get a really positive and supportive vibe from you all, so I can't wait to start chatting