Global Situation, bleh
we have gotten to the point where the real world has bond villains that were rejected because their plans were to over the top.
I'm so glad I was only one of two parents to keep their children fully remote for the remainder of the school year.
Think what you want of me. There's no way would I take the chance of my children being infected.
If you're searching for an identity, the DMV is a much less painful and expensive way. Plus, you might get to keep your eyeballs! https://www.instagram.com/p/CRFbm-Qr3x3/
I used to be a little ashamed of just how much I was winging it in daily life. Getting older I realize *everyone* is, and always was, and probably always shall be winging it, so…
CORGIS, THE FAE BATTLE-STEEDS.
Corgis, one of the most adorable dog breeds (shut up, they objectively are) are believed to be of the Fae in welsh mythology.
The name itself is old welsh for "Dog of the dwarfs"
Welsh legends tells that the breed Pembroke Welsh Corgi were used by the fairies of Tywyth Teg the same way as humans used horses; as steeds and to pull carts and plows.
They legend says humans gained corgis when 2 children stumbled upon the funeral procession of a fairy warrior. As the children showed proper deference and manners they were awarded the warrior's 2 steeds to help on their farm.
It is said if your cogi often bites people then you should put a collar containing a bit of iron or steel on it will tame the fae dog.