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How to Earn a (Non)Living Wage

mollywritesthings:

It was dark when I got to work and dark when I left, which wasn’t anything out of the ordinary, I work every night from just after nightfall to just before dawn. But I have no complaints. The night air is cool and crisp with dew just beginning to form on the grass as I make my way home. It’s the perfect night, and just the way I prefer it – dark and damp.

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Me while writing: YEAH this is awesome! Hell yEAH this is turning out so well! *fist pump*
Me while revising: Why did I ever write this. What the hell. What is a sentence.

I was bored so I decided to put together a compilation of my hair over the past 10 years. This is part 2 (part 1), which spans 2010-now. So many styles and lengths and colors!

I was bored so I decided to put together a compilation of my hair over the past 10 years. This is part 1 (part 2), which spans 2004-2009. So many styles and lengths (and some color in there too)!

smollsmols:

There’s a bug on the ceiling and my cat saw it so I lifted her up to get it, but I’m too short so she couldn’t reach it. So I got my dad and he picked her up, but she decided she didn’t want it so he put her down. Now she’s just been staring at it and meowing. Tough luck, Duchess. I’m too short and you didn’t want dad’s help

Update: the bug fell from the ceiling and Duchess has vanquished the intruder (in a hail of battle meows)

There’s a bug on the ceiling and my cat saw it so I lifted her up to get it, but I’m too short so she couldn’t reach it. So I got my dad and he picked her up, but she decided she didn’t want it so he put her down. Now she’s just been staring at it and meowing. Tough luck, Duchess. I’m too short and you didn’t want dad’s help

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The First Assignment (continued)

mollywritesthings:

Evaline and I saddled our horses when we reached the stables and were quickly on our way. The faster we took care of the Harpies, the sooner we would be able to get back to the compound and, most importantly, get out of the rain. The clattering of the horses’ hooves on the wet cobblestones created a sort of chaotic chorus that accompanied us as we rushed to the coordinates we had been given. It was unfortunate, though, that those coordinates from the paper happened to be a large farm right in the middle of an open field.

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The First Assignment

mollywritesthings:

I awoke with a start as blinding lightning flashed and deafening thunder roared through the night.

“This storm came earlier than I had expected,” said a voice from one of the corners of the room. “This might put a damper on the plans for this evening, will it not, Hadyn?”

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The Hunting Test

mollywritesthings:

The calm of the clear night sky was shattered by the sound of an unearthly howl. It echoed through the trees, sending dozens of screeching birds into the sky. To the human ear, it would have sounded like any other wild dog, howling at the full moon. But this was no dog. This was a werewolf, and it was on the hunt, heading directly towards a small village. But we were close behind it, leading our own hunt. Despite the ruckus caused by our galloping horses, the creature showed no apparent interest in us. As we neared the village, Evaline swung out towards the western edge of the village and I swung towards the eastern edge, in order to more efficiently locate and detain the werewolf.

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