I silently creep through the forest. The dense fog makes it easy to disappear if needed. I find a hidden cave and start a fire. I begin to rummage through a backpack I had grabbed. Inside it held a rope, a can of water, a blanket, a flashlight, and sardines. I take off my jacket and place it by the fire to dry, I then wrap myself up in the blanket and cook a few of the sardines. Then I rest. Tomorrow I will explore.
((Open RP, I'm the "Witch". Up to 3 people)) I snarl angrily at the man waving around the fiery torch, screaming and demanding my death. The ropes cut into my wrists as I strain against the bonds "Let me go!" I cry out. The man turns around, a burning fire of fury and hatred in his eyes "Die witch!" He screams and throws the torch on the pile of dry bush. The flames are closing in when I hear screams from the villagers, and a dark figure shows. ((Credit to @FandomGoddess1))
Red Fox (The red fox is the largest of the "true" foxes and the most geographically spread member of the Carnivora, being distributed across the entire Northern Hemisphere from the Arctic Circle to North Africa, Central America and Asia).
According to Slavic folklore, a rusalka is the spirit of a young women who was murdered in or close to a lake or river. They appear as beautiful young women who try to lure men into the water, where they will drown them. AAccording to some legends, should a rusalka’s hair dry out, she will die. A rusalka’s fate can also be undone by avenging her death.
Attention girls with uneven skin tone, acne, oily skin, dry skin, acne scars, chapped lips, under eye bags, fever blisters, or any skin imperfections: Here is what i consider my cure-all "night cream"...One squirt of bio oil mixed with 2 drops of tea tree oil applied to face, lips, & neck before bed... (Do not get in your mouth or eyes!) Try it & you'll fall in love! Both products can be found at CVS, Rite Aid, Walmart, Walgreens etc....might try.
“The moment he left the warm sheets and the door clicked shut, I had that feeling you get when you are lost in a strange town at night. I curled into the chair where he had watched me undress and tears wet my cheeks. Then I dried my eyes, I looked in the mirror, and I said these two words. Never again.” ― Chloe Thurlow, http://bookgoodies.com/a/B019MZ6C6E
It's so beautiful that I question if it's real. I miss the owl that use to visit our backyard. I believe it ate the moles (they're insect eaters) and voles (plant root eaters) that popped from the ground at night.