Well why not?!?!?!
Here's something to hopefully brighten your day! The Legend of Cosplay (Jackfelgar and I [Linksliltri4ce]) Are hosting a holiday giveaway! Hooray!!!!
What do you need to do? Easy! You just need to post HERE on this Holiday Giveaway Blog about what what would be your best Hyruliday EVER!!!
Submissions must be entered by December 24th, 2012.
The winner will be selected and announced on December 25th, 2012!!!
(How's THAT for a Happy Hyruliday?!)
The winner will receive a Single Color, Medium Sized Fairy (color and wing style of their choice) as well as a Potion Bottle Necklace OR Keychain (color of their choice) as a little holiday thank you from Jackfelgar and I!
So have a Happy Hyruliday and good luck!
(These items are also available in my online store, just in case the anticipation is too much and you would like to just order one!) ;)
~ A Single Color, Medium Sized Fairy (color and wing style of the winner's choice)
Thanks everyone for participating in our holiday giveaway! There were so many wonderful Hyrulidays plans it was hard to choose!
And the winner of The Legend of Cosplay's Happy Hyruliday 2012 Holiday Contest is BRANDON!!!
"Upon wakening on the 25th of Sheikara, I would rush to my window, in my oversized cap, from my mountainside home, over the town of Ruto. I would gaze in wonder as I saw everything covered in white, ice covering the trees, sparkling as if thousands of fairies were perched upon them. Snow would be drifting softly, dreamily, while people were playing in it. I would rush down stairs and wish my parents a Happy Skyloftia, as I watch my siblings decorate the tree with lights and ornaments, and when the time came, I would reach up high, and place the final touch, a figure riding a Crimson Loftwing, at the pinnacle of the tree.
My mother and sister would decorate the home, in visions of green and gold, while my father, brother, and I would prepare breakfast. After we ate, we would exchange our gifts with laughter, and squeals of delight.
We would then travel out of our cabin, go shopping, and enjoy the view, of the North Palace, glittering, and glowing in all its glory and beauty upon Skyloftia's setting sun. When we returned, our arms full of our bountiful feast, we would cook, as a family, and invite all of our family to celebrate the festivities. Sitting upon the floor, against my mother's legs, I would listen to my grandfather tell Skyloftian Stories, my favorite being the unity between Skyloft and the surface that was brought forth by the Hero. My father would light the fire, and we would end it, as a family, singing our favorite songs, honoring the Hero."
Thanks again to everyone! Happy Hyrulidays! ;)