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Top surgery scars.
Anddd there’s the yaplet couch commission finished! /falls over
Ahh, I see. I’m glad you have some stuff of hers to remember her by.
I don’t know about your situation, but it sounds like there was a lot of love for her in your house and I’m sure it wasn’t your fault. Bad things happen without a reason, sometimes. Deaths are always hard to “get over” and pets are honestly no different. People might think you should be able to move past it, but, especially if you’ve had the pet for years, losing a pet can feel like losing a family member. It’s not abnormal to grieve for a long time about these things. It’s been two years since the dog I mentioned in my ask ran away, and I still get misty-eyed over him. About two years before that, another Aussie we had was put down. There’s a lot of leftover pain from that too. “Getting over it” isn’t always a simple option when it comes to a beloved pet.
Again, I don’t know the circumstances surrounding her death, but I hope you can find a way to move past the guilt you have about her. From the few messages I’ve seen from you, it sounds like you had a lot of love for her and would have done anything you could to keep her with you. I’m sure she felt loved by you too. Pets lives are very unfortunately shorter than ours, so almost by necessity they will end up leaving when we aren’t ready; sometimes all you can do is make sure you give them lots of love while you have them and remember the good things you shared with them while they’re gone.
I’m glad you’re looking into rescues, and even if your parents aren’t ready for a new dog yet maybe you can get one in the future so you have a companion again alongside the memories of your old dog. In the meantime, it sounds like you just still need some time and to work through your emotions and guilt about losing her. It does get better, after a while. Take care of yourself, anon.
OH GOD I DID IT I SAID I WOULD YOU DIDN’T BELIEVE ME DID YOU so the lilligant part is purely an obscenely overworked flower, the actual body of the plant is a rhizome and it “walks” on modified root structures similar to
my favorite insectpraying mantis legs using hydraulic mechanisms. It wouldn’t be extremely mobile, the adaptation is more for solar tracking. It’s probably from a tropical origin where it lived on the forest floor, following any small shafts of light that break through the canopy, absorbing nutrients from the very tips of its root-legs. The petilil buds form under the main lilligant flower, and open to form a new lilligant as the old petals fall off exposing the crown-like stamen.
My name is Juliet Capulet and I’m 13 years young and I luv my bf Romeo so much we’re gunna get married i luv him so much& we just met hehe xD I wuld give my life for him!
He never raised his voice. That was the worst thing… the fury of the Time Lord… and then we discovered why—why this Doctor, who had fought with gods and demons, why he had run away from us and hidden. He was being kind…
(For those folks dissing Eleven for blowing up one guy!)
Well, the point of the Doctor is that he never really kills someone on purpose. He DOESN’T KILL. Yet Eleven KILLED Solomon.
“He DOESN’T KILL.”
Explain the Daleks then.
give me one sample episode where the Doctor killed the Daleks then.
In “Dalek”, he didn’t even kill it. It died on its own.
Then in the last two episodes of S1, Rose/Bad Wolf did it.
In S2 ending, he sent them into the Void.
In S3, in the Daleks in Manhattan episodes, he wasn’t even the one who killed them. It was the human!Dalek or Dalek-converted humans or whatever.
In S4, it was TenToo who committed genocide, again NOT the Doctor.
Even when he’s become Eleven, he didn’t kill the Daleks. He let them escape.
Now you explain.
To be honest, I don’t even hate Eleven, let alone hating him for killing anyone. It was the writer’s fault. He was the one who wrote this shit.
THE DOCTOR NEVER KILLS. Especially not the Tenth Doctor. He certainly never kills uninvolved children because of their parents actions.
…and I am sure there are other examples, but that’s all I remember easily, plus the fact that I’ve never seen older Doctor Who.
The Doctor is not a saintly figure who never kills or resorts to violence. He often has good intentions, acting out of self-defense or in an act of justice against some really despicable people, but that doesn’t erase the fact that, yeah, he does kill, and quite often.
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