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I hope to do more art at this quality but hopefully with characters in the artwork haha
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A storyA story by sprite-light
I believed in every word that you said to me, I believed in all the times you said "I love you" I foolishly thought that you did love me but I guess I was wrong, how could anyone love me? When I didn't love myself?
But you can't blame me for not loving myself, cause I bet if you were told for so many years that your face will never look normal again and that there is no treatment for what is happening to you but the only reason there isn't one is because they didn't know what was going on with your skin. Why it was reacting this way or how could it get this bad so quickly.
There are so many struggles and fights a person can go through in life and usually they'll have someone by their side helping them but then you get the people who don't have someone who is fully there. Sure physically they are standing right beside you but emotionally they aren't and you're left to try and deal emotionally with all these struggles and fights which slowly eat away at you on t
To Bond and ExploreIncludes: Lotus 286 And her handler MaiaTo Bond and Explore by sprite-light
I woke as the sun just started to kiss the mountain tops, I stretch my stiff body and lean back only to hit a solid mass. Lotus lets out a light growl to show that she didn't like her sleep being interrupted, I turn and jump on her giving her a massive bear hug around her neck, I dig my face into her mane.
"I'm sorry Lo for waking you but the sun has kissed the mountain tops and we have to get food" I say gripping to Lotus as she started her ascending motion to stand up tall. I still had my bear grip on her, she wasn't doing anything so I lifted my head out of her mane to look up and see what's up only to have her slobber kiss my face.
I let go and plomp to the ground wiping the slobber off my face and looked at Lotus who had a huge grin on her face. I couldn't be mad and I couldn't hold it any longer, I just star
Fourth of July partySong: Huntin', Fishin' And Lovin' Every Day - Luke BryanFourth of July party by sprite-light
Participant/s: Bill 'Quinny' Quintin
"A break from PBR and time to celebrate Fourth of July for the first time, An Aussie celebrating an American holiday haha argh it's different, new and hopefully will be exciting." Quinny said to himself as he got ready to head off to the beach, singlet on board shorts on with his Aussie flag flip flops and his cream Akubra rough rider hat oh and his spunky sunnies can't forget those.
He also packed a bag with his boots, pair of jeans, belt, wrangler shirt and a pair of Calvin cleins. He exited his hotel he was staying at and headed to his ute, chucked his bag on the bag seat then closed the door with a smile on his face as he thought
"I'm really here and this is really happening" he opened the driver side door and jumped in and with the turn of the key his ute rumbled, he kicked in it reverse to get it out of the parking spot and onc
A masked hero - WQLuke brought Shiri to a stop when he heard a familiar voice call out to him. “Hey Epona! How are you and Ameeari doing?” Luke smiled at the pair as they trotted up.
Shireen perked up and yipped a greeting to the brown wolverine, who wagged her tail barking back. “Well she is certainly more friendly than the last one of your pack I met.” Epona said as they came closer grinning in return.
“Yeah, she is one of the sweet ones amongst our grumper-pusses and brats, like Annie… she is one of the worst really. She is evil I swear.” He joked combing his fingers through the thick fur on his grey tawny to scratch at her skin.
Epona nodded remembering the fuss the agouti made over others coming too close, toko or human. The native woman wouldn’t disagree with the sentiment that the dark rainmarked female was a little evil, if not just plain mean. “She is a big girl, does she have dire’s in her linage?” Epona asked letting the friend
I found a little bird featured Nymphaea and thranduil
Autumn, 762 of the new year
The warren, Oakfern
Nymphaea walked at a steady pace, searching the cave walls and turning down unfamiliar tinnals in search of herbs. Particularly moonshade.
It was pretty quiet this day, nothing interesting had happened and nymph would most likely be home by nightfall, when the caves were darkest. Passing through a few more caves, she continued on her search.
Curled on himself as when he was a baby, the young stag layed down, waiting for the time to pass.
He didn't know where was his mother, and now he was almost old enought to be adult, he didn't know how many time ha had chances to spend time with her. His long ears catched any noise of the cave, his green eyes watching the obscurity thru the long eyelashes of his half closed eyelids. He was sad. He was alone. As usual. Too scary for dare go and wander in the caves. Too depressed to try anything anyway. He had spend all the mor
It was that time again when TCA went around to visit schools and teach kids about the species of Tokotas, the officials would talk about the characteristics or the different builds and what makes each build different from the others. The kids were always so interested and awestruck hearing and seeing all the information. But the moment when they see the guest Tokotas is priceless and makes handlers days and I bet it does also make the Tokotas days, Yes I know what I'm talking about as I'm going with TCA this week with my two Tokotas Naloau and Sebastion.
We got to the first school and the excitement seen from the kids as they watched others and myself get our tokotas ready. Surprisingly Sebastion was the calm one standing still and not fussed by everything around him, Naloau on the other hand was excited she wanted to go meet everyone not just the little kids but the other tokotas.
"Come on Lou settle down a bit aye, you'll get to meet them soon enough only if you calm down and behave. Alright?" I spoke motherly towards Naloau as she was still young which is why I brought her to this as she is young and won't mind being touched and climbed over or even hand fed.
"Alright folks now the time you have all been waiting for....it's TOKOTIME!!" One of the TCA officials announced and all the coos and squels of happiness and excitement rocketed out of the building to the outside area under a big tent. I was standing around the middle with my two sitting beside me, I had brushes and toys in a bucket to the side.
A couple of kids came over, with a soft smile I introduced myself and my tokotas.
"Hey guys, my name is Maia and to my right is my boy Sebastion and to my left is my little girl Naloau. In this blue bucket I have some of their fave toys and some brushes for you guys to use, I'll just be sitting down not far away so if you have any questions or problems just come get me alright." Bass and Lou were wagging their tails, they were as excited as the kids were.
Bass laid down to get down lower for the kids and Lou followed by lying down and rolled to her side.
"Psst kids, Naloau loves pats and belly rubs! Also Sebastion loves being scratched behind his ears, he also pulls funny faces" and with that said I went and sat down with some fellow handlers and watched on as the kids sat on Sebastion and scratched behind his ears as the others laughed at the faces he pulled. A little girl was giving Lou pats and belly rubs and hugging her, Lou would lift her front leg up so it didn't hit the little girl when she hugged her. The little girl went and got a brush with her friend and they started brushing Lou's mane and decided to do little braids in her mane, Lou didn't seem to mind at all she was just so relaxed.
Sebastion was giving kids rides and pulling funny faces as he got scratched behind his ears. One of the kids brought out a toy and he started playing with it going into full pup mode, making cute little yip yips and wagging his tail so much you'd think I'd fly off.
The day was a breeze I even let the kids feed Lou and Bass their lunch. I told stories about Lou and bass to the kids and about my other tokotas back at my tribe, I talked to them about my personal experience with tokotas and why they mean so much to me.
"How come Tokotas are so important to you Maia?" One of the little girls asked me.
"Well being and orphan and constantly having to move around with the orphanage I never had a family, never felt apart of anything, never felt like I belonged. I was also the only Inuit child in the orphanage and when it came to being adopted out no one seemed to want me. So when I turned 17 I ran away from the orphanage, I had ran away many times before but was always caught but this time was different I had a plan. I ran out into the wilderness and wandered around for hours upon hours until I found a cave I made camp, a small fire a bag full of everything I owned. Little did I know is that there was a Tokota in this cave but only a young one like myself at the time. It snuck out behind me. At first I was scared as all hell, I thought it was going to kill me but she didn't she softened up and slowly approached me and laid down next to me, She placed her head on my lap and fell asleep. That's how I got my first tokota Lotus and after that she protected me from everything other people, tokotas, animals and even the weather. She became my family and as months went on I got more tokotas and our little pack formed, my pack, my family. I finally had a family." I finished telling my story and the kids had been leaning on Lou and Bass who were having a nap.
Our time at the school came to an end and I let the kids say goodbye to Lou and Bass, who decided to give all the kids sloppy kisses. I went and said my thanks and goodbyes to the teachers and parents.
After getting everything packed up I went to my friend Roan.
"Today was pretty good, Bass and Lou did pretty good for their first time meeting kids" I said with a chuckle and Roan chuckled as well. She knew how Bass and Lou were with others.
We talked for a bit then parted ways, I went back to packing my stuff away when I heard a parent call my name.
"Excuse me Maia" a ladies voice echoed to my ears, I turned around to see a tall blonde lady walking towards me with her daughter who was the one spending most of the time with Lou.
"Yes, How can I help you?" I asked putting my hands to my side.
"My daughter wants to give you something" the little girl pulled out a wooden frame picture of a drawing of wild Tokotas.
"I want you to have this so you'll remember me" the little girl said. I squatted down in front of her and gave her a huge hug a tear rolled down my cheek.
I pulled out of the hug and wiped my tear, this was the sweetest thing that could've happened.
"Thank you so much! I will cherish this forever. I don't ever be able to forget you and neither will Naloau. Here take this photo I got of you and Naloau." I took out the photo in my pocket that I got after lunch and handed it to her. She smiled so bright like the sun, she hugged me and thanked me then we said our goodbyes.
Now that everything was ready it was time to head off to the next school, to do it all again.