A week or two ago, I ran across this stunning peacock feather bowtie online. Go ahead, take a look. Look at the price, too. Yikes! I showed it to Dandelionslayer and the Caterpillar, who were suitably impressed. But not with the price. "Feathers are a renewable resource," Dandelionslayer pointed out. And it's true. The elegant birds molt every year, just like other fowls, and their keepers can just pick up the feathers and sell them to pricey designers or ordinary craft stores.
I took it as a challenge.
White River Valley Museum) This usage came from a fund-raising (and eyebrow-raising, in 1910) dance put on by the Tolo Club, a ladies' honor society at the University of Washington.
standards that she wanted to fit them, too. Good boy, nice girl. And they found a lovely dress.
Parable of the Pit
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