i’m feeling sick and i think i’m gonna go to bed a bit early

i’ll get to replies whenever i can! good night!


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canadaintheraw:

severnayastolitsa:

canadaintheraw:

severnayastolitsa:

Well, we’ll make do, I’m sure.

[A little grin. He bends down and scratches behind his ears. What a cute dog he’s already in love.]

—I think he’s coming home with me.

He seems to like you, so I don’t see any issue with it. 

He’s very sweet. Ah- but, I must ask you, is he on any sort of particular diet? Any medication or anything like that I should be aware of?

Of course I’m not going to let you walk away without that. He seems to be fine on a normal kibble diet for now— I’ve been giving him Iams. The vet says it’s Osteoarthritis but he didn’t prescribe him anything other than physical therapy. I suppose it’s up to you if you’re going to take him in again.

Ah! Alright, alright, I will remember that. Really, thank you- I’ll.

I’ll take good care of him, I promise.




lavendercurrents:

severnayastolitsa:

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Is it really wrong to kill a man if he is evil? Or if he is a drain on society? I ask myself these questions a lot but seldom do I get answers.

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… Well, think about it this way.

People change, do they not? If there is the possibility for change in them, I would think not.
… -Giving it some thought, she doesn’t find it too bad an idea to admit- I was once a little pebble in the shoe of society. I’ve changed my course since then.

So, no, I don’t think it’s right.

Well, that is true, but I believe some people are truly incapable of change. There are people out there that are genuinely evil to their very core, and I’ve seen those people and the things they can do many times throughout my life.

But I do understand your viewpoint. I think it’s interesting to hear what other people have to say.




canadaintheraw:

severnayastolitsa:

Well, we’ll make do, I’m sure.

[A little grin. He bends down and scratches behind his ears. What a cute dog he’s already in love.]

—I think he’s coming home with me.

He seems to like you, so I don’t see any issue with it. 

He’s very sweet. Ah- but, I must ask you, is he on any sort of particular diet? Any medication or anything like that I should be aware of?




canadaintheraw:

severnayastolitsa:

canadaintheraw:

severnayastolitsa:

canadaintheraw:

severnayastolitsa:

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Anyways. I really should get another dog to even everything out.

Marius still needs a good home—

I’ll— I’ll take him. Don’t worry. But first I would like to meet him, if it’s not too much trouble-

[Nods her head over her shoulder] I thought you might say that. This way.

I’m sure he’s a very nice dog, really— I love animals. I think Sharik gets lonely and another dog is a good idea. And I assure you my cats are both very friendly.

[follows her]

He’s a bit timid with other dogs. I’m not sure about cats.

[And she’ll open the door and whistle quietly. Over comes hobbling the dog in question. It’s hard to tell what breeds are in him but he’s got floppy ears and a happy face and that’s what matters.]

[And look! He’s happy to see a new friend.]

Well, we’ll make do, I’m sure.

[A little grin. He bends down and scratches behind his ears. What a cute dog he’s already in love.]

—I think he’s coming home with me.




canadaintheraw:

severnayastolitsa:

canadaintheraw:

severnayastolitsa:

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Anyways. I really should get another dog to even everything out.

Marius still needs a good home—

I’ll— I’ll take him. Don’t worry. But first I would like to meet him, if it’s not too much trouble-

[Nods her head over her shoulder] I thought you might say that. This way.

I’m sure he’s a very nice dog, really— I love animals. I think Sharik gets lonely and another dog is a good idea. And I assure you my cats are both very friendly.

[follows her]




canadaintheraw:

severnayastolitsa:

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Anyways. I really should get another dog to even everything out.

Marius still needs a good home—

I’ll— I’ll take him. Don’t worry. But first I would like to meet him, if it’s not too much trouble-




Anyways. I really should get another dog to even everything out.


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How intense can be the longing to escape from the emptiness and dullness of human verbosity, to take refuge in nature, apparently so inarticulate, or in the wordlessness of long, grinding labour, of sound sleep, of true music, or of a human understanding rendered speechless by emotion!
— Boris Pasternak - Doctor Zhivago (via the-railroad-earth)
# literature  


I am a shadow’s shade, a lunatic, perhaps,
Of two dark moons.
— Marina Tsvetaeva, from I Never Think Or Argue (via violentwavesofemotion)
# literature  


Is it really wrong to kill a man if he is evil? Or if he is a drain on society? I ask myself these questions a lot but seldom do I get answers.


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