Miriam Marmein, donning a “ship” costume and headdress,
posing for a portrait by the artist Edith Bry in January 1927. Miriam was one of the three Marmein Sisters, noted dancers and mimes who started performing in 1924. / source: NY Times
I was a bit scared at first because the idea of Hell being tied down to someone made me a bit worried. Hell is this rouge character and is a free and somewhat kind spirited character (when he wants to be), but after the rp me and
had i got super invested into the idea of Hell having someone to hang onto, that sliver of sanity that keeps him alive.
Making UnderHell Sans is a hard job and i would go as far to say he is probably one of my most realistic characters i have ever made, just because of the fact that his feelings matter and that it takes a pretty wide toll on him. So the ship between Hell and V i hold close to my heart, i hold it close to my heart because Hell and V are some of the most Realistic Characters i have seen.
It’s Thanksgiving and (while both A and B acknowledge that it’s a horrible holiday,) they enjoy making food and seeing their nieces and nephews.
Person A is working on the turkey when Person B’s sibling and their family arrive. Into B’s arms jumps the baby of the family, who’s turning 6 in two months.
“Oh my goodness!! You’ve grown a whole foot since I’ve last seen you!” Says person B.
“What??? Our little [kids name] has three feet now??? That can’t be!!” Calls out Person A, (with carrots on their teeth like a vampire), as they rush in to scoop up the little tyke and attack them with tickles.
Person B– and their family – all fall a bit more in love with A, every time they get together.
Lost battleship Utah at pearl Harbor. The ship Participated in numerous exercises, was a leader of combat units. In 1918 he worked with the British Grand Fleet during the First world war. The battleship launched from the Navy on 1 July 1931 and used as a training. 7 Dec 1941 during the attack on pearl Harbor, the battleship Utah was sunk by Japanese aircraft torpedoes.