First of all, Sierra WinterBreeze is me, the author of this blog. Clearly, that is not my real name; it is a pseudonym I use, originating from my character on the online game Wizard101.
Anyway, I've been a Zelda fan for years, though perhaps not as long as some players. My first game was The Wind Waker. You can read the whole story about that, and how I got into Zelda games, here.
I currently own all the games in various forms.
Phantom Hourglass was my second game. Twilight Princess for Wii came next. Then I got Ocarina of Time and Majora's Mask, both on Wii, then Spirit Tracks the day after it came out (because GameStop didn't get it in right away!), A Link to the Past on Wii, Four Swords Adventures for GC, and The Minish Cap for my birthday for GBA, though I was forced to borrow my friend's DS Lite to play it. On Zelda's 25th anniversary, I bought The Legend of Zelda from the Wii Shop Channel, and about a month later, I got Adventure of Link. At last my friend finally gave me his GameBoy Advanced along with his Oracle of Ages game, and when I received a 3DS (and Ocarina of Time 3D), I bought Link's Awakening DX. I also received A Link to the Past/Four Swords from a friend, and I purchased Oracle of Seasons from someone I know. And, of course, on the very first day of its release, I bought Skyward Sword.
Incidentally, I lost my original copy of Oracle of Ages that I received from my friend and I was forced to buy one, but I have a new copy now thanks to eBay!
Out of all of the games, I only have the two Oracle games to complete.