This tiny little bat army crawled under my door and into my room. After researching for hours, i came to the conclusion that no bat sanctuaries, or any animal rescue places that will handle bats, are anywhere close enough to where I live. And since he’s not orphaned, and his mom [and siblings] are still very much in my attic, i decided to just deliver him back to his mom for the time being.
That was last night, and he has made his way back to my room two more times since then.
So I laid out a towel with a damp patch of honey and water, so he doesn’t dehydrate while he’s here, and I’m honestly just letting him chill in my room.
He crawled up to my bed to hang off the ledge of it earlier, and now he’s back on the towel drinking some honey-water.
he’s very smol
how he managed to crawl from the attic to my room three times is beyond me.
I always knew Harry had an amazing voice, but this song really showcases his versatility. I’m amazed by how seamlessly he transitions from a soft, raspy head voice, to a falsetto, to full out belting. And let’s talk about the belting!! Because Harry sounds beautiful when he’s quiet and restrained, but Sign of the Times demonstrates that his voice was made to just fucking fly. He has a voice built for rock and hearing him soar over those high notes with full force is just… everything and then some.