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Omg I found these babies while cleaning up files. After days of drawing Rune Factory, here’s some Harvest Moon fan art. I initially drew them as merch for last year’s con but only had the chance to sell the chibis as keychains since I got lazy with them and I kinda don’t know what to do with them :)))) I still can’t help but fan girl for Cliff asljkfhaslkjfh <3<3 and omg why do i sort of see Barrett in Cliff aaaah D: Barrett is Cliff reincarnated in rune factory in my own au hahahaha.


the Royal Family on their extensive tour of Canada’s Northwest Territories, one of the most ambitious journeys ever undertaken by the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales and Princess Anne.
William's Job

When stories about William’s job come out, like today or like about dealing with a suicide as one of his first calls.. it makes me more incensed about the lack of respect media and royal fans alike show for it.

The fact someone conpared his job to W-A flying a commercial airplane a handful of times a month is laughable and disrespectful.

Not to mention the repeated digs against William and his work ethic. Bring me a royal that works the hours he works at the AA AND does royal duties on top (btw those event numbers reached almost 200 last year, more than routinely praised hardworking Sophie Wessex.) Not to mention that those hours don’t include the flying hours he has to maintain to keep his certification.

If any other royal, BRF or non-BRF, did the work William does, he’d be praised to high heaven. But because it’s William.. nope he’s work-shy.. honestly all these people can kma.

OK so he works 4 days a month in the Air Ambulance, then lets say for argument sake 8 engagements a month (some times that is 2 and sometimes 10 but I am being nice here) so while those engagements are about an hour each usually lets say he has worked 6 days a month. Then we have HM, Philip, Anne, Charles ect working 45 engagements a month. Lets say on average 2 a day so they are working nearly 30 days a month. So hmm yeah the work ethic thing works.
But I guess it is because
1) William is paid to be a royal not a co pilot - a job that does not actually
2) because it does not exist they literally have to stop having a paramedic on the helicopter and instead has William not doing anything because again the job does not exist.
3) The paramedic is the one helping the patients and the pilot does his job, William stands around not knowing what to do because again the job does not exist.
4) It is obvious like with other jobs it is done as an excuse not to work.
5) He is not even there part time but less than part time - oh wait why does that sound familiar, oh yeah because he is barely at the job he is ACTUALLY paid to do, being a working royal.
I mean I commend the pilot and other staff who turn up every day and deal with the patients but William is not one of them.