To my little Danbo-angel who made me soft ^^Aww!More Like This
When I see a danbo... I get all warm and fuzzy inside ^^
But it's getting worse (not that it's a bad thing) just read on
Today, I had my exam Latin. I was translating a Roman epitaph.
It was about a woman who died. The stone spoke to you and told you about her life.
I got all sentimental and silently wept some tears.
The people who saw me, must have tought that I'm crazy...
But last time too. There was this old couple walking across the park, while the wind was playing with some leaves.
They were holding hands and looked at eachother in a way that I just can't describe.
And, I just couldn't help it, but I got all sentimental again and started crying again.
The same thing with books, movies, pictures, and even with adds for poor children.
Oh, god, I'm turning into a softie. I allways acted so tuff.
I hope nobody notices. But me, I feel better and happier this way.
So, I want to say thanks to my little danbo-angel.
But, Danbo, if you can help me monday with my exam for statistics an
The Collector's ABC'sMore Like This
A is for Amber Hagerman, who was only nine when taken.
Now an alert is named after her by a country that was shaken.
B is for Bella in the Wych-Elm, found in Hagley Hall;
Who put you there and who wrote the graffiti on the wall?
C is for Carmen Colon, one of the three alphabetically-minded maids from school.
Someone obviously thought the double-initials were cool.
D is for Dahlia, black of course; for her passing was no gaffe,
Her career and her body were both cut in half.
E is for Elisa Lam; an accidental mini-movie star,
How she ended up in that tank was really bizarre.
F is for Fossey, the zoologist who lost her head in Rwanda.
No one is sure who wielded that deadly panga.
G is for Grimes, the sisters who went missing after going to see an Elvis movie.
Found in 1957, their mysterious demise is still considered juicy.
H is for Hinterkaifeck, a farmstead set in the heart of Germany,
Said to be haunted; it’s where someone sl