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Were anypony to ask, they'd be shocked to the core. Their world view would be shattered, their beliefs upturned. Everything they knew would be a lie.
But it was true.
Twilight had not read every book in her library.
She was, admittedly, a fair bit into it. She was up to 'M', halfway through the alphabet, but merely a fourth through the library. She realized that eventually, she'd run out. But that was one of the perks of being a librarian. She could always request more books to expand the repertoire. Sighing as she closed the book in front of her, Twilight tilted her head until she felt a satisfying crick. She really needed to find a better posture to read in.
As she got up from her spot on the floor, her magic surrounded the reading material she had just finished. Mollusks and You, while brief, had been a fascinating read into some of Equestria's fauna. The unicorn made a mental note to do a little research the next time she crossed paths with one. Quickly finding the ri
Those Blue Wings - Chapter 15 - Final
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Pinkie's party, as always, was full of life. Ponies were dancing to the blaring music, ponies were eating snacks that were being offered, and ponies were huddled in separate groups, merrily chatting away. A certain pair found themselves accosted by everypony, as the banner hanging from the ceiling caught all eyes.
" 'Yay you're better and now you're together and Dashie's gonna be refeathered'?" Rainbow asked, eyeing it for the tenth time. "How did she even fit that all on the banner and still make it readable?"
Applejack shrugged. "She's got neat hoofwriting." The two were sitting together, attempting to escape the numerous ponies either congratulating Rainbow on her release from the hospital or stating that they couldn't wait to see her back in the skies once her wings had returned to their rightful place.
Most embarrassingly, they often walked over to congratulate the couple, wishing them well in their relationship. The thought of making a public announcement had never entered their