THATS A REALLY REALLY REALLY GREAT AU
of course fma will destroy you but by the laws of alchemy it should also put you back together
Gotten a lot of anons tonight and I’m happy to offer my opinion where it’s asked for.
Ask box is always open if anyone wants to take advantage of...
WOW IM ACTUALLY SQUEALING AND ROLLING AROUND ON MY BED RN IM SO WOW CHIN CAN YOU LIKE MAYBE FOR 2 SECONDS LIKE I DUNNO NOT INDUCE ME WITH ROYAI...
THERE ARE SO MANY OF YOU AND IDK HOW MANY GOOD SELFIES I CAN TAKE
HERE this is me and my giraffe she’s my bff
Ten Thousand Villages at the Lehigh Valley Mall will be hosting a donation drive for Turning Point of the Lehigh Valley throughout the month of March. Turning Point is the Valley’s only non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating domestic violence. Bring your donation of any of the requested things throughout the month, and you’ll receive a coupon good for 25% off any full-priced item in the store. (The coupon will be good only at the Lehigh Valley location of Ten Thousand Villages.)
The official kickoff for the drive will be March 8th, International Women’s Day. The associates (including me) will be sharing stories of women artisans in developing countries who have experienced domestic upheavals in their own lives. We will be offering free samples of Kusherie, an Egyptian rice and lentil dish, and handing out complimentary papyrus bookmarks while supplies last. These things will only be given out on International Women’s Day itself; however, you can bring your donation to the store and receive your coupon at any time during the month of March.
Here’s the list of items Turning Point has requested for the drive:
Please spread the word!
In other news, today I rewrote the lyrics to a Rodgers and Hammerstein song to be included in an advertising email for my store.
I can’t confirm it officially, but I strongly suspect I actually have the weirdest job in the entire company.
Just got home from my store’s staff meeting. As we were wrapping things up, my boss got an email. The mall where I work is closed tomorrow.
I’m gonna repeat that.
The Lehigh Valley Mall is closed tomorrow because of Hurricane Sandy.
Okay, NOW I’m officially scared, because this mall doesn’t close for anything.
No, Zuzu, I was not going on a quest, or at least no more than any other day. I was at the Celtic Classic, our annual local celebration of all things from the seven Celtic nations. My two usual partners in crime (tk31085 and midnighttomercy) are both of Irish descent, and I’m of Welsh, so we try to go every year.
I did not buy the axe. It was pretty sweet though.
Andrea and I could not look at the various helmets without saying “Grey Warden gear!”
I sampled Guinness and learned that my lifelong instincts were correct. I really, really, really do not like beer, just as I always suspected. I couldn’t even swallow it - I spit it on the ground.
Still do not possess a “Kilt Inspector” shirt, but maybe next year.
Andrea has, for reasons of her own, added yet another entry to my seemingly endless list of nicknames: “Awesome Laura of Awesomeness.” I don’t ask questions anymore.