Volume 3 Number 18 -- November 9-15, 2009

Club Pony Pals Extra - Making Pals in the Club

How to expand your circle of pals by checking pal lists

All members' pages have a link to their Pal lists. Those are a green "My Pals" link with a green triangle by it in the "About me" brown-edged box.

Anna's 6p page

If you click on that green link on one of your Pals' pages, a list of your Pals will display.

Anna Harley's pals

Click on any pal in your list and their profile will display.

Pam's page

Then you can click on their green link to their Pals list. Then you will see their list of pals. If you click on a name there, you will be taken to the selected Pal's public page.

Chances are, this new member will have written a profile in their "About me" section. You can read their profile and decide if you want to send them a "let's be pals" card. If they accept, they you can start exchanging w-mails.

How to browse back issues of the Wiggins Weekly to find artists and writers who might be good pal candidates

The Wiggins Weekly has now published 173 issues, starting with Volume 1, issue #1 from July, 2007. Many of these issues have club members' drawings, photos, letters, stories, poems and more that they have sent. If those creations hint at an interesting person, then use your personal page's "Search for pals by user or pony name" box.

search for pals

When you click on their username, you will be taken to their personal page. Then you can choose whether or not to send them a card as a pal request.

How to expand your circle of pals with our Pals, Please Page

At the lower left corner of your personal page, click on the green triangle next to "See who wants pals." You will go to a "Pony Pals Please page" Everyone who has signed in during the last 24 hours is listed there by user name and pony.

When you click on a member’s username & pony name, a pop up window of that member’s public home page displays. But in the background, the main page stays open. You’ll also see that this page has a “back” button that returns you to the page you came from.

If you are outside of Crandal's barn in our game, there is a "live" sign on the barn's side. If you mouse over it, this sign will have a yellow outline. If you click on it, you will go to our Pony Pals Please page.


Pony Pal Thoughts for the Day

"Two are better than one; because they have a good reward for their labour. For if they fall, the one will lift up his fellow: but woe to him that is alone when he falleth; for he hath not another to help him up."
Bible: Ecclesiastes


"Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born."
Anais Nin