Aww.. Don't show me those sweeties. I've been trying to fight off the increasing urge to get myself a new kitten or puppy after being cat-less for awhile now... That picture isn't helping me win that fight.
("curtains, Lisa. remember the clawed curtains." "couch, Lisa. remember having to guard that from being clawed." "plants, Lisa. remember the thing about having live plants around." "cat vomit, Lisa. remember the thing about cat vomit." )
In our house, we're occasionally the unwilling participants in a game initiated by our mogs. It's called Hunt The Cat Sick.
It always starts in the morning when we're just waking up. One of our cats vomits noisily in a secret location somewhere in the house, and we have to find out where before we can clean it up. It's a fun game for all the family
Personally, I like to think there's just gloom - but little doom (at least for now). That makes the world seem like a whole lot brighter place, doesn't it? Gloom we can usually deal with one way or another.
You're absolutely right! But I think that, in this case, we're dealing with perceived doom, which isn't always a bad thing. It can either feed the gloom, or serve as a call to action or a chance for a fresh start. I plan to use the doom and gloom that's circulating throughout HP as a chance to change direction and improve my skills.
There are a LOT of challenging things about writing a novel, as i'm currently working on one. I'm I'm on page 203 and am still far from done and i don't mean length-wise.In my opinion, creating complex characters that...