Have you been Wung? Post here!
> but I could relaese them into the wild.
> Couldn't that count?
Certainly it counts. It's the main activity that BookCrossing centers around and it's a great thing to do. But it won't guarantee that someone buys you a pair of Wings.
See, if someone does that, it's a gift and a surprise. You can't ask for a surprise, or it wouldn't be a surprise anymore!
> enable others to fly, and help
> Bookcrossing stay available to all of us.
Thanks very, very much to the unknown good-deed-doer who gave me plusses today. I noticed they expire on Jan. 16, which is perfect -- I've planned a $35 supply store run but my credit card balance, like my TBR pile, is not allowed to go over a certain number so I must wait until ... Jan. 15! ... to place the order.
And then I saw those fabulous maple leaves beside my name! What a thrill! Thank you kind mystery winger!
But I must set the record straight... trojanpotato (gosh, I do love that nickname!)... I can't take credit for your two months of flying, I winged you for just one. So I guess you've still got one mystery benefactor! Cool! :D
Thus I was very happy to stumble onto this thread. It never clicked that I could have received wings as a gift. I still have no idea who the mystery donor is, but thank you! :o)
A big "THANK YOU!" to whoever it was that winged me!
It's greatly appreciated. :)))
I'd love to thank you personally, but I'll understand if you prefer to stay anonymous.
I know I have a lot of fun winging others that way. :D