these are my doggo bois, wrigley (as in i grew up in the chicago area and fam loves the cubs) and finn. wrigley’s first birthday is next week actually!! we adopted finn last february and he’s such a sweetheart but both of them are terrible at being dogs
View of an advertising card for the Schilling Corset Company. Card is a humorous depiction of owls and frogs. Printed on front: “Restoration. Compliments of Schilling Corset Co., Detroit, Mich. Copyright 1886.” Price list and drawing of corset on back.
Courtesy of the Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library
[ Note: This takes place at the same time as the dads’ date. Also, sorry for the bad lighting at the library, need to remember to fix that. ]
I was at the library, in what was supposed to be a study group with Umeko, Ariel, Miriam and Tobias. “I thought you were grounded?” Ariel whispered to me. “Me too,” I shrugged. “Ariel, have you done question 8B?” Tobias interrupted. “Sorry, I skipped it since I didn’t understand it.” “You guys are hopeless,” Miriam shook her head. “You done it?” Tobias asked. “Of course.” “Then maybe enlighten us?” “I’m gonna borrow a computer,” I left the group.
Since I still was without a phone, and other techs, I saw my chance. I logged into Plumbook, only to see Dorian had posted a picture with him and his new boyfriend.
“Who’s that?” Ariel asked over my shoulder, causing me to jump in my chair. “No one,” I clicked the photo away. “Sorry, I didn’t mean to pry. I just couldn’t help but see.” “Don’t worry about it.” “You okay?” “Yeah.” “You’re not much better liar than me.” I scoffed, “I’m going outside.”