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When I was little our parents didn't allow us to have a pet dog. So I and my siblings often fed our neighbor's dog leftover food and play with her every day. It got so attached to us that it stayed at our front door day and night.
I had a similar experience.....we found a pet outside(no owner) and brought it in. At first the parents were hesitant, but they grew to love it as well, and it became a fondly cherished part of the family for the rest of it's life.
We were very sad when she died, so our dad took us to a pet store and bought us our first dog. It was a Dachshund (sausage dog), he was a cheerful and active dog. Having a pet when you grow up really teaches you responsibility, you have to feed it, take it for a walk, clean after it, and giving it a lot of attention.
But it was worth it.
I hear ya....pets are often a gift and joy to have around.
Haha no, wasted opportunity right?
Totally...pet costume pics/memes are some of the highlights of the internet. :D
We all know that the Virus came and with that comes some additional travel restriction. So it's really great when my sister' family came by to visit with our 3 nephew. And how the hell she can managed 3 kids at the same time is still a mystery XD I'm exhausted in just 3 hours handling them
Family knows how to get along with family, usually....sure, there can sometimes be arguments and whatnot, but a tightly knit family seems to be able to get along when all is said and done.
Also btw: glad to hear ya had some fun moments with your relatives in these trying times. :)
Thanks GamezRanker for a new generous GA. I'm only in for the 15 bucks prize but I highly recommend Shadow Man (pro tip : don't use a map to travel between the levels to improve your personal sense of locality).
I usually do a bit of both in such games....I make a map & then try to do without it unless need be.
From the past 2 years, I have to admit that I enjoy the 2 months lockdown. March and April 2020 were sunny, no need to go to work, so I could be focused on gaming and reading in the garden (Terry Pratchett's books).
Good books and relaxation....a combination that is often quite good. :)
An unexpected break, but I know it wasn't as good for everyone. Sometimes, you have to find the good in the bad to keep your sanity !
True dat.....and well said.
=== Update: The contest is still open for another 7 hours(give or take a few minutes), in case anyone still wants to enter.
The winners will then be drawn any time between then and 2 days after.