a> Black Roses Red
You never know what being nice to someone will get you. Never expect anything either. But when you do get something in return for your kind actions remember to keep up the good work.
Over two years ago while I work I sneezed and this little old lady asked if I stepped on a mousie. I first thought ‘what a dumb question’ but my immediate reaction was to smile and look at my feet saying ‘no… I think I just sneezed, it would be horrrible if I stepped on a mousie.’ And the woman laughed and agreed with me. She then took out a small clay mouse from her pocket (the one with wings) and said it was a gift to me because I reminded her of the mouse. 
I was taken aback with shock and happyness, and asked where she got the mouse, and she told me that she makes them, and that her name is Annette Petersen. I told her thank you, and that I would always cherrish the little mouse angel. 
She left after we talked some more, then a few months later she gave me the 4th of july one saying that my angel mouse needed a friend. Again, I was over joyed to be given yet another wonderful gift. I told her that the first one she gave me was sitting with a few horse figures I had in the livingroom for everyone to see, and she was glad to know the mouse was making friends.
Then again, just a few months ago she gives me the one in the middle just because she had been sick and in the hospital, and hadn’t come in for awhile to go shopping or to ask how the other mice were doing. I told her they are doing great, and thanked her a million times over again.
I made a nice friend just by being silly and going with the flow. I haven’t seen her in some time, and I hope she’s doing well
#me

You never know what being nice to someone will get you. Never expect anything either. But when you do get something in return for your kind actions remember to keep up the good work.
Over two years ago while I work I sneezed and this little old lady asked if I stepped on a mousie. I first thought ‘what a dumb question’ but my immediate reaction was to smile and look at my feet saying ‘no… I think I just sneezed, it would be horrrible if I stepped on a mousie.’ And the woman laughed and agreed with me. She then took out a small clay mouse from her pocket (the one with wings) and said it was a gift to me because I reminded her of the mouse.
I was taken aback with shock and happyness, and asked where she got the mouse, and she told me that she makes them, and that her name is Annette Petersen. I told her thank you, and that I would always cherrish the little mouse angel.
She left after we talked some more, then a few months later she gave me the 4th of july one saying that my angel mouse needed a friend. Again, I was over joyed to be given yet another wonderful gift. I told her that the first one she gave me was sitting with a few horse figures I had in the livingroom for everyone to see, and she was glad to know the mouse was making friends.
Then again, just a few months ago she gives me the one in the middle just because she had been sick and in the hospital, and hadn’t come in for awhile to go shopping or to ask how the other mice were doing. I told her they are doing great, and thanked her a million times over again.
I made a nice friend just by being silly and going with the flow. I haven’t seen her in some time, and I hope she’s doing well
#me

So one of my best friends had a medieval fantasy wedding

congalineofdurin:

at a hella cool castle

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the groom channeled Thranduil and the Baratheons

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the bridesmaids were elf maidens

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the court jester and town crier were there

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the cakes were gorgeous

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luckily a friar was passing through town who was able to officiate (“mawwaige,” he said, “is what bwings us togevver today”)

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the bride’s chariot was pulled by the most beautiful creature

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unfortunately, as with all medieval weddings, there is the dragon problem

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