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Always loved seeing their hijynx 🧙🏻‍♂️⚔️🤣

We should all be working on our character issues to grow up to maturity. The recognised weaknesses of our gifting are not an excuse for immature behaviour.

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Gratitude Week 2019: the school making an extra effort to say thank you and feel grateful: cards, speeches, foodbank and carols

Hats off to the staff and students involved in our Christmas Concert last night. Hard work and have enabled these students to realise their musical ability.

- હૈદરાબાદ અનકાઉન્ટર અંગે CJIનું મોટું નિવેદન - કહ્યું- બદલાની ભાવનાથી કરાયો ન્યાય

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‘I’m tired of death,’ he says finally. ‘When I killed the guards…it didn’t even faze me. I didn’t think twice about it. I don’t even feel guilty. What kind of person doesn’t feel guilt over killing?’
‘Someone who’s done it too many times,’ I say. ‘But you don’t need me to tell you that it was necessary.’
‘I know,’ he says. ‘It just feels like every time I do it, even in battle, I turn a little bit more into him.’
I don’t have to ask who he means.
‘You aren’t your father, Søren,’ I tell him.
I’ve said the same words to him a few times before, but each time I think he believes them less, even as I believe them more.

I’ve been drawing all day for various reasons, but at least I got another sheet done! This is Corvus, Virgo’s companion. He helps her out with running her court, so I feel like a lot of Ace Attorney crossovers are in my future. xD

His colour scheme is similar to Centaurus at the moment, but I think it fits him better based on his regal personality. I’ve been meaning to retool Rus’s design and colours anyway, so stay tuned for that. :) But for now, a dapper bird lad for your Friday night. Only two of the zodiac companions are left to design! ^_^

Maybe it is,’ I say to him as a plan begins to form in my mind.
‘Theo.’ Blaise says my name like a warning. ‘You tend to get that look on your face before you do something reckless.’
I can’t help but laugh.
‘That might be true, but in your experience, Blaise, is there ever anything you can do to stop me?’ His silence is all the answer I need. ‘Good. Because we’re pressed for time, so let’s skip the part where you tell me how reckless it is and list all the dozens of things that can go wrong, and instead just agree to do what I need you to do.’
Blaise’s mouth twitches, but whether it’s with amusement or frustration, I can’t tell. I suspect it’s a bit of both.
‘All right, Your Highness. What do you need me to do?’