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2023.06.09 17:19 vth2 Lidiando con Testigos de Jehová.
2023.06.09 17:05 wdmcarth Daily Bullpen Usage: 06/09/23
|Italics||Pitched previous day or twice in last 3 days.|
|Pitched back to back days.|
|L3:##||Number of pitches thrown in last 3 days.|
|***||SP first start.|
|**||SP yet to reach 5.0 innings in a game.|
|*||SP yet to surpass 6.0 innings in a game.|
|ARI||@DET||Merrill Kelly||Miguel Castro, Andrew ChafinL3:19||Scott McGoughL3:17||Austin AdamsL3:9, Kyle NelsonL3:15, José RuizL3:22, Kevin GinkelL3:10||Drey Jameson|
|ATL||WSN||AJ Smith-Shawver***||Raisel IglesiasL3:26||Nick AndersonL3:8||A.J. MinterL3:29||Jesse ChavezL3:41, Collin McHughL3:16, Joe JiménezL3:29, Kirby YatesL3:28||Michael TonkinL3:33|
|BAL||KCR||Tyler Wells||Félix BautistaL3:32||Yennier CanoL3:31||Bryan BakerL3:12||Danny CoulombeL3:22, Mike BaumannL3:17, Cionel Pérez, Keegan AkinL3:18, Austin VothL3:21||Bruce ZimmermannL3:61|
|BOS||@NYY||Garrett Whitlock||Kenley JansenL3:13||Chris MartinL3:25||Josh Winckowski||Justin GarzaL3:15, ||Corey KluberL3:73|
|CHC||@SFG||Marcus Stroman||Mark Leiter Jr.L3:22, Adbert AlzolayL3:13||Michael FulmerL3:23||Julian MerryweatherL3:48||Brandon HughesL3:15, Michael RuckerL3:37, Jeremiah EstradaL3:23||Javier Assad|
|CHW||MIA||Dylan Cease||Liam HendriksL3:14, Kendall GravemanL3:40||Joe KellyL3:46||Reynaldo LópezL3:19||Keynan Middleton, Aaron BummerL3:22, Gregory SantosL3:7||Garrett CrochetL3:15|
|CIN||@STL||Ben Lively||Alexis DíazL3:11||Lucas SimsL3:9||Buck FarmerL3:16||Ian GibautL3:49, Alex YoungL3:46, Fernando CruzL3:41||Eduardo SalazarL3:53|
|CLE||HOU||Logan Allen||Emmanuel ClaseL3:16||James KarinchakL3:19||Trevor StephanL3:13||Eli MorganL3:39, Sam HentgesL3:31, Enyel De Los SantosL3:32, Nick SandlinL3:14||Xzavion CurryL3:31|
|COL||SDP||Austin Gomber||Justin LawrenceL3:31||Pierce JohnsonL3:46||Jake BirdL3:47||Brent SuterL3:9, Brad HandL3:33, Daniel BardL3:39, Matt CarasitiL3:26||Peter LambertL3:55|
|DET||ARI||Michael Lorenzen||Alex LangeL3:22||Jason FoleyL3:16||Will VestL3:27||José CisneroL3:19, Chasen ShreveL3:23, Tyler HoltonL3:46, Mason Englert, Tyler AlexanderL3:45||Garrett Hill|
|HOU||@CLE||Cristian Javier||Ryan Pressly||Hector NerisL3:23||Rafael MonteroL3:35, Phil MatonL3:42, Ryne Stanek, Seth Martinez||Ronel BlancoL3:94|
|KCR||@BAL||Daniel Lynch*||Scott Barlow||Aroldis Chapman||Taylor Clarke||Carlos Hernández, Jose CuasL3:21, Nick WittgrenL3:15, Austin Cox, Jackson KowarL3:44||Mike Mayers|
|LAA||SEA||Shohei Ohtani||Carlos EstévezL3:29||Chris DevenskiL3:35||Jacob WebbL3:15||Ben JoyceL3:27, Aaron LoupL3:8, Sam BachmanL3:26, José SorianoL3:26||Tucker Davidson|
|LAD||@PHI||Michael Grove*||Evan PhillipsL3:22, Brusdar GraterolL3:34, Caleb FergusonL3:30||Yency AlmonteL3:33, Shelby MillerL3:2, Victor González, Alex VesiaL3:17, Nick RobertsonL3:22||Tayler ScottL3:28|
|MIA||@CHW||Eury Pérez*||A.J. PukL3:14||Dylan Floro||Tanner ScottL3:20||Huascar Brazoban, Steven OkertL3:16, JT Chargois, Andrew NardiL3:14||Bryan HoeingL3:24|
|MIL||OAK||Adrian Houser||Devin WilliamsL3:11||Peter StrzeleckiL3:37||Joel PayampsL3:32||Hoby Milner, Elvis PegueroL3:23, Trevor MegillL3:17, Bennett SousaL3:25, Jake Cousins||Bryse WilsonL3:20|
|MIN||@TOR||Sonny Gray||Jhoan DuranL3:2||Brock StewartL3:13||Jorge López||Caleb Thielbar, Emilio PagánL3:20, Jovani Moran, Griffin JaxL3:10||José De LeónL3:26|
|NYM||@PIT||Tylor Megill*||David RobertsonL3:33, Adam OttavinoL3:34||Drew SmithL3:36, Jeff BrighamL3:31, Dominic LeoneL3:14, Tommy HunterL3:15, Stephen NogosekL3:30||Josh Walker|
|NYY||BOS||Gerrit Cole||Clay HolmesL3:16, Michael KingL3:26, Wandy PeraltaL3:1||Ron MarinaccioL3:31, Albert AbreuL3:12, Tommy KahnleL3:27, Jimmy CorderoL3:32, Nick Ramirez||Matt Krook|
|OAK||@MIL||Sam Moll***||Trevor MayL3:17||Shintaro Fujinami||Sam Moll||Richard LoveladyL3:3, Lucas ErcegL3:11, Austin Pruitt, Sam LongL3:26||Ken WaldichukL3:54|
|PHI||LAD||Ranger Suárez||Craig KimbrelL3:46||Seranthony DomínguezL3:23||Matt Strahm||Gregory Soto, Connor Brogdon, Jeff Hoffman, Andrew Vasquez, Yunior Marte||Dylan Covey|
|PIT||NYM||Rich Hill||David Bednar||Colin Holderman||Dauri MoretaL3:17||Jose HernandezL3:11, Yohan RamirezL3:7, Angel PerdomoL3:13, Chase De JongL3:53||Rob ZastryznyL3:32|
|SDP||@COL||Yu Darvish||Josh HaderL3:19||Nick Martinez||Steven WilsonL3:13||Tim HillL3:10, Tom CosgroveL3:23, Brent HoneywellL3:22, Domingo TapiaL3:13||Drew CarltonL3:26|
|SEA||@LAA||Luis Castillo||Paul SewaldL3:22||Andrés MuñozL3:16||Justin Topa||Matt BrashL3:19, Gabe Speier, Tayler SaucedoL3:15, Matt FestaL3:16||Chris FlexenL3:32|
|SFG||CHC||Anthony DeSclafani||John BrebbiaL3:26||Sean ManaeaL3:83|
|STL||CIN||Jordan Montgomery||Ryan HelsleyL3:11, Giovanny GallegosL3:11||Jordan HicksL3:16||Andre Pallante||Génesis Cabrera, Drew VerHagenL3:22, Chris StrattonL3:29||Steven MatzL3:19|
|TBR||TEX||Tyler Glasnow*||Robert StephensonL3:13||Jake DiekmanL3:33, Kevin KellyL3:13, Jalen BeeksL3:23, Shawn ArmstrongL3:24||Luis Patiño|
|TEX||@TBR||Andrew Heaney||Will SmithL3:15||Josh SborzL3:25||Grant Anderson||Brock Burke, José Leclerc, Cole RagansL3:10, John King||Spencer Howard|
|TOR||MIN||Yusei Kikuchi||Erik SwansonL3:30||Nate Pearson||Tim Mayza, Trevor RichardsL3:13, Adam Cimber, Yimi GarcíaL3:15, Anthony Bass||Bowden Francis|
|WSN||@ATL||Josiah Gray||Kyle Finnegan, Hunter Harvey||Carl Edwards Jr.L3:13||Mason ThompsonL3:10, Chad KuhlL3:54, Jordan WeemsL3:16, Cory Abbott||Thaddeus WardL3:29|
|6/9||PHI||José Alvarado||INJURIES||Will be activated from 15-Day IL|
|6/8||CHW||Tanner Banks||PROMOTION||Recalled from minors (27th man)|
|6/8||ATL||Michael Tonkin||INJURIES||Activated from 15-Day IL|
|6/8||LAD||Tayler Scott||PROMOTION||Recalled from minors|
2023.06.09 17:01 snugglemews Nocturne Alchemy: 🌴 Summer 2023 Limited Collection and Resurgence
Lemon/Orange zest, Crete Orange Blossom extraction, Tonka Bean, Wild Juniper Berries, eNVie saphir absolute, Vanilla Bean, Bastet’s Musk, Benzoin absolute, and Mandarin Zest.CYAN BLEU
Oak, Mallow Root, Transylvania Blue Juniper, Vanilla Bean, eNVie saphir absolute, Romanian Clove, Sugar Cookies, Buttercream Frosting, Vanilla Extract, Blue Clove, Kashmir (Studio Limited Originals) Red Musk, and Cemetery Snow (Permanent Collection) absolute: Cemetery Dirt, White Patchouli lite, Sandalwood Musk, and White Cedar Vanilla.EGYPTIAN BLEU
Patchouli, Dried Date accord, Egyptian Musk, Amber, Sandalwood, Rockrose, Vetiver, Frankincense, Myrrh, Cedarwood, Bastet’s Musk absolute, and eNVie saphir absolute.PHTHALO BLEU
Black Honey accord, Vanilla smoked Sandalwood, Caramelized Tonka Bean, Amber, Maple Wood, Dried Pipe Tobacco, Coriander essential oil, Tanaka Wood, eNVie saphir absolute, and Bastet’s Musk absolute.PRUSSIAN BLEU
Garden Rose accord, Rose Petals, Rose absolute, Candied Figs accord, Green Fir accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute, eNVie saphir absolute, Lotus Blossom, Nevada desert Patchouli, French Vanilla Bean, and Bulgarian Rose.
Irish Blue Hydrangea, French Vanilla Bean, Patchouli Musk accord, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Moonstone (Studio Limited) Vanilla, and Lotus Amber accord.CAISLEAN OIR
Irish Vanilla Cream, Vanilla Musk accord, Labdanum, Languid Amber Cordial accord (rich PC Ozymandias amber absolute), Bastet’s Amber, and a touch of Irish cream Whiskey accord (non-alcoholic).Dúlamán
Irish Clover, Irish Heather, Irish Yellow Furze Flower, Irish Wisteria, Coconut Milk, Bastet’s Musk, Sweet Musk, and Crimson (Studio Limited) Red Musk.MOYA
Irish Caramel Bread Pudding accord, Custard accord, Vanilla absolute, Mallow, Warm Caramel Sauce accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute, and Whipped Cream accord (vegan) with a dusting of Cocoa powder.
Fossilized Amber accord, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Labdanum, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Cedar Chips, Cotton Candy accord, Vanilla-sugar, Whipped Orange Blossom Honey accord, Languid Amber Cordial accord (rich PC Ozymandias amber absolute), French Vanilla, Caramel and Raspberry Essence.FRANKINCENSE & HONEY BEE
Sacred Frankincense resin, Egyptian Frankincense, Whipped Orange Blossom Honey accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute. Pear skin, Wisteria accord, Clove dust, Lemon Zest, Pine, and calming Cedar-Vanilla accord.
Summer Blueberries, Blueberry Skin, Blueberry Syrup accord, Egyptian Sugar accord, Cheesecake (vegan) accord, Vanilla, Japanese Yuzu Lemon zest, Black Tea accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute.Lait de Riz a la Vanille
Vanilla Bean, Rice Milk accord, Sweet Milk accord, a dash of Bastet’s Ice Cream accord, Bastet’s Musk, Sweet Mallow, and Tahitian Vanilla Beans.Peach Vanille Crème Tea
Peach skin, Peach pit, Ripened Peach accord, Black Tea, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Vanilla Bean Cordial, and Vanilla-Sugar.thé sucré
Iced Tea accord, Sweet Tea accord, Black Tea, Sugar, Pink Sugar accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute, and warmed Vanilla Husk sweetened with Sugar.
Blue Raspberry Syrup accord, Vanilla Cream accord, Vanilla Bean, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Caramelized Vanilla-Sugar, Raspberry Essence.Orange Cream Soda Slushie
Blood Orange zest Syrup accord, Blood Orange essential oil, Vanilla Bean Cordial, Orange Zest, Caramelized Vanilla-Sugar, French Vanilla, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Bergamot essence, Tonka Bean, Mandarin infused Vanilla-Cream.Pineapple Cream Soda Slushie
Whipped Pineapple Syrup accord, Vanilla Cream accord, Vanilla Bean, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Caramelized Vanilla-Sugar and sweet freshly cut Pineapple accord.Strawberry Cream Soda Slushie
Vine-ripened Strawberry Syrup accord, Strawberry Shake accord (vegan), Caramelized Vanilla-Sugar, Vanilla Bean, Vanilla Cream accord, Strawberry essence accord, Marshmallow Cream, Peach nectar, and Sugar Crystals.Watermelon Cream Soda Slushie
Sweet Watermelon Syrup accord, Caramelized Vanilla-Sugar, Vanilla Cream accord, Strawberry/Pineapple/Peach essence, Vanilla Musk, Bastet’s Amber, and Bastet’s Musk.
Orange Skin, Peach Nectar, Cherry Blossom, Japanese Jasmine extract, Rice Milk accord, eNVie saphir, and Bastet’s Amber Absolute.Zodiac: Virgo
Lily of the Valley essence, Heliotrope, White Patchouli, Japanese Bergamot essence, Bastet’s Musk, and eNVie saphir.
Toasted Coconut, Coconut Pulp, Caramelized Sugar, Tonka, Coconut Milk, Bastet’s Musk, eNVie saphir, Crystalline (Studio Limited Originals).Crystalline #11
Sandalwood Milk accord, Santalum extract, Australian Sandalwood, Sandalwood Chips in Oudh blend, Golden Indian Sandalwood, Kobalt (Studio Limited Originals) Vanilla, Jasmine, Cedarwood, Red Sandalwood and Crystalline (Studio Limited Originals).Crystalline #12
Bastet’s Ice Cream; Vanilla Crystalline Cream, Butter accord, Caramel Accord, French Vanilla Bean Absolute, Vanilla Milk accord, Vanilla Orchid, Crystalline Absolute and Vanilla Sugar, Mallow Root extract, Sweet Mallow, Sugar, Bastet’s Musk absolute and Crystalline (Studio Limited Originals).NOTE (by me): I think Crystalline #12 is Bastet's Ice Cream (notes: Vanilla Crystalline Cream, Butter accord, Caramel Accord, French Vanilla Bean Absolute, Vanilla Milk accord, Vanilla Orchid, Crystalline Absolute and Vanilla Sugar) and then the remainder of the perfume is Mallow Root extract, Sweet Mallow, Sugar, Bastet's Musk absolute, and Crystalline.
Egyptian Myrrh, Wood Ember accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute, Lotus Blossom, Incense, Patchouli Musk, and French Vanilla Bean Fleck.Encens Lune (Moon Incense)
Water Lily, Incense, Amber, Sandalwood, Labdanum, Lotus Blossom petal, eNVie saphir absolute, Vetiver, and Cedarwood.Encens Soleil (Sun Incense)
Frankincense Resin, Red Sandalwood, Incense, eNVie saphir absolute, Lemon peel, Pine, Wisteria, Clove, and Pear skin.
Cola Root Extract, Languid Amber Cordial accord (rich PC Ozymandias amber absolute), Labdanum absolute, Bastet’s Musk absolute, and Tonka Bean.Eclipse Sahar
Black Currant Extract, Tonka Bean, Labdanum absolute, eNVie saphir absolute, and Bourbon Vanilla (Studio Limited Originals) absolute.
Blueberry Skin, Blueberry Essence accord, Cotton Candy accord, Vanilla Spun Sugar, Mallow, Bastet’s Musk, Caramel, Raspberry essence, and Vanilla Bean.Cotton Candy Pistachio Cherry Marshmallow Musk
Pistachio essence, Cherry Skin, Almond accord, Cherry Juice, Mallow, Bastet’s Musk, Caramel, Strawberry essence, Vanilla Bean, Vanilla Spun Sugar, Cotton Candy accord, Crystalline (Studio Limited), Heliotrope, Honey and Vanilla Pudding accord.Cotton Candy Tonka Marshmallow Musk
Tonka Bean absolute, Mallow, Bastet’s Musk, Caramel, Raspberry essence, Vanilla Bean, Vanilla Spun Sugar, Cotton Candy accord, Bastet’s Amber and Vanilla Bean Cordial.
Chocolate Hazelnut accord, Cacao absolute, White Chocolate essence, Bastet’s Ice Cream blend (Vanilla Crystalline Cream, Butter accord, Caramel Accord, French Vanilla Bean Absolute, Vanilla Milk accord, Vanilla Orchid, Crystalline Absolute and Vanilla Sugar), and Vanilla-butter.Ice Cream & Summer Cardamom & Butter Pecan
Summer Cardamom essential oil, Caramelized Pralines, Butter Toasted Pecans, Bastet’s Ice Cream blend (Vanilla Crystalline Cream, Butter accord, Caramel Accord, French Vanilla Bean Absolute, Vanilla Milk accord, Vanilla Orchid, Crystalline Absolute and Vanilla Sugar), and Vanilla Buttercream.Ice Cream & Summer Iced Coffee
Iced Espresso accord, Organic Coffee Bean extraction, Brown Sugar, Cocoa Powder, Bastet’s Ice Cream blend (Vanilla Crystalline Cream, Butter accord, Caramel Accord, French Vanilla Bean Absolute, Vanilla Milk accord, Vanilla Orchid, Crystalline Absolute and Vanilla Sugar), and Vanilla Bean Cordial.
Satsuma Plum, Bubblegum accord, Pear skin, Apple skin, Cotton Candy accord, Japanese Yuzu essential oil, Vanilla, Crimson (Studio Limited) Red Musk, Violet, Pink Sugar accord, Honeysuckle nectar, Bastet’s Musk: white floral blends of Tuberose, Mallow, Angelica, Musk Flower, and White Lily.Buttercream Musk
Buttercream accord, Sugar, Butter, Whipped Cream, Vanilla Bean Absolute, Madagascar Vanilla Bean essence, and Bastet’s Musk white floral blends of Tuberose, Mallow, Angelica, Musk Flower, and White Lily.Neptune Musk
Ambergris accord, Ocean Salt accord, eNVie saphir, Sea water accord, Driftwood accord, and Bastet’s Musk white floral blends of Tuberose, Mallow, Angelica, Musk Flower, and White Lily.
Limestone Amber accord, Amber, eNVie saphir absolute, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Bourbon Vanille Absolute and NA Jurassic Amber accordLounge Lizard
White Patchouli, Amber accord, Green Cardamom, White Sandalwood, Frankincense, Myrrh, Black Pepper, Himalayan Cedarwood, Moonstone Vanilla absolute, Vanilla Bean and Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla
Peach/Apple/Rose Dew accord, Orange Flower, Coconut Milk and Shavings, Bastet Amber absolute and Egyptian White Linen accord.Kaunis
Pink Raspberry, Lime, Juniper, Violet Leaf, Lemon zest, Kashmir Red Musk absolute, Red Pine, Green Pine Needle, Egyptian Musk, Egyptian Black Linen accord, Raisin accord, Dried Date accord, Sandalwood and Amber.Aljamal
Mandarin, Geranium, Black Amber, Bourbon accord, Ruby Red Grapefruit zest, Pink Sugar accord, Bastet’s Musk absolute, Vanilla Bean Cordial and Crimson Musk absolute.Magnifique
Red Frangipani, French Apple Blossom, French Vanilla, Snow Musk accord, Vanilla Bean essence and Vanilla Bean Musk.Utsukushi
Japanese Honeydew Melon accord, Peach essence, Strawberry accord, Japanese Pear essence, Bourbon Vanille absolute, Sweet Egyptian Musk and Bastet’s Musk blend.Go Halainn
Hyacinth, Jasmine, Narcissus, Rose petals, Ocean accord, Sea salt essence accord, Ambergris (vegan) and Bastet’s Musk absolute.
French Vanilla Bean powder, Jasmine petal powder, Lotus Blossom, Patchouli essence, Bastet’s Amber absolute, toasted Black Peppercorn essential oil and eNVie saphir absolute.Bastet’s Amber Summer Dawn
Blue Orchid accord, Blueberry essence, NA Oudh, California Redwood essence, Oak essence and Bastet’s Amber absolute.
Cola Root, Cola accord, Lemon Zest, Marshmallow Crème, Vanilla Bean essence, Bastet’s Musk absolute, Cotton Candy accord, Strawberry essence accord, French Vanilla Bean.Cotton Candy Jasmine Marshmallow Musk
Egyptian Jasmine Sambac, Ghost Velvet Jasmine accord, Vanilla Bean essence, Cotton Candy accord, Jasmine petals, French Vanilla Bean infused Marshmallow Crème, Bastet’s Musk absolute.Cotton Candy Mango Rice Milk Marshmallow Musk
Mango skin essence, Mango seed, Mango accord, Rice Milk accord, Marshmallow Crème, Mallow root, Crystalline Vanilla absolute, Vanilla Bean essence, Cotton Candy accord and Vanilla Crème.
Heather accord, Egyptian Honeysuckle, Nevada Honeysuckle, Wood Moss, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Whipped Orange Blossom Honey.Strawberry & Rose Honey Bee
Strawberry essence accord, Strawberry Crème accord, Red Rose accord, Bulgarian Rose, Spanish Saffron, Tea Rose, Mallow Crème, Vanilla Bean whipped accord, Whipped Orange Blossom Honey.Cardamom & Custard Honey Bee
Sri Lanka Cardamom, Vanilla Crème Brûlée accord, Sugared Vanilla Bean Fleck, Custard accord, Crystalline Vanilla absolute, Whipped Orange Blossom Honey, Whipped Crème, Caramel essence and French Vanilla. -please note due to natural perfume notes the blend is naturally creamy-opaque, do give a little shake in the bottle before application
Carrot Cake accord, Carrot Seed, Cinnamon/Clove/Nutmeg essence, Raisin accord, Caramel accord, Caramel Crème accord, Egyptian Sugar, Carrot juice accord, Coconut milk, Peach skin, Italian Orange zest, Maple Sugar accord, Vanilla Bean Cake accord, Crystalline Vanilla and Musk.Pyramid Cake Raspberry Van
Raspberry Seed, Raspberry essence accord, Vanilla Bean Cordial, Crystalline Vanilla infused Raspberry Sugar, Bastet’s Ice Cream essence, Vanilla Cake accord and Lemon zest infused Cotton Candy accord.Pyramid Cake Red Velvet
Cocoa Absolute, Cacao Absolute, Chocolate Cake accord, Chocolate Frosting, Bastet’s Amber absolute, Bastet’s Musk absolute, Toffee Almond accord, Coconut Shred, Tonka Bean, Santalum White and Vanilla Bean Musk.
NA Summer Apricot accord, Apricot skin, Apricot seed, Vanilla Bean Absolute, eNVie parfum saphir (Egyptian Amber & Musk Resin, blue balsamic amber, sweet papyrus oil from Cairo and Siam benzoin) and Bastet’s Ice Cream (Vanilla Crystalline Cream, Butter accord, Caramel Accord, French Vanilla Bean Absolute, Vanilla Milk accord, Vanilla Orchid, Crystalline Absolute and Vanilla Sugar).Ice Cream & Summer Lavender
NA Summer Lavender accord, French Lavender, English Lavender, Crystalline Vanilla Absolute, eNVie parfum saphir and Bastet’s Ice Cream.Ice Cream & Summer Gardenia & Coconut
NA Summer Gardenia accord, Hyacinth accord, Narcissus, Coconut Pulp, Toasted Coconut, Coconut Milk, Buttercream, Heliotrope, Vanilla, Lime zest, eNVie parfum saphir and Bastet’s Ice Cream.Ice Cream & Summer Peach
NA Summer Peach accord, Peach skin, Ripe Peach accord, Tonka, Crystalline Vanilla Absolute, eNVie parfum saphir and Bastet’s Ice Cream.Ice Cream & Summer Rose
Bastet’s Ice Cream, Egyptian Rosewater, Romanian Rosewater, Summer Bulgarian Rose, Saffron, Agarwood essence, Vanilla Sugar, Vanilla Musk and eNVie parfum saphir.Lait was sold out in early Spring '23 Limited but we're bringing it back this Summer in the Summer Resurgence. Please note this perfume may sell out again. It is at the bottom of the drop down.
Rice Milk accord, Sweet Milk accord, Bastet’s Musk, Sweet Mallow, Vanilla essence, Bastet’s Amber, and Marshmallow accord.
2023.06.09 17:01 ParticularMaterial24 AMK PİÇLERİ BAKALIM NAPACAKLAR BANLANIRSAM ONUR MADALYAM OLUR
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2023.06.09 16:51 BEKRAM_44 NOVELA "BAJO LA PIEDRA"
2023.06.09 16:44 AUREIRR La heredera de la Oscuridad [historia] Parte. 1
2023.06.09 16:40 Bspy10700 Why would the front of the wing be angled down during take off?
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2023.06.09 16:39 Personal_Rich810 Financiacion
2023.06.09 16:36 Garcilaso_De_La_Vega Trastorno Obsesivo Compulsivo: Mi experiencia
2023.06.09 16:33 L1spanish Native speakers of Spanish needed for a language study
2023.06.09 16:33 Puchuchoni [META - SERIO] ¿/r/argentina está al tanto de lo que está pasando en Reddit con los cambios de API (Blackout, apps de 3ros)?
2023.06.09 16:21 Aware-Conversation60 Transfer
2023.06.09 16:16 Cara__2 No tengo buena comunicación con mi padre
2023.06.09 16:15 tahacansr CFP : DeFiChain Turkey - On the Way to Becoming the Biggest Regional Community (45,000 DFI)
Overviewsubmitted by tahacansr to defiblockchain [link] [comments]
I am Taha Can Sarı and I’m writing on behalf of the DeFiChain Team from Turkey. We all are invested in DFI for more than 1 year. While there was no CFP, we tried to move the DFI Turkey community forward as much as we could. With this CFP, we aim to grow the DFI Turkey community even more.
Our goal is to explain DeFiChain in the best way possible to Turkish-speaking people and teach them the excellence of the DeFiChain ecosystem.
Who are we?
What have we done so far?
Since July 2022 we have been preparing DeFiChain related content for DeFiChain Turkey website. We are preparing unique blog posts on topics like MN, liquidity mining, weekly updates, MetaChain, as well as translating content, that is being posted in the English blog.
defichaintr.com (Design Update Coming Soon)
We have published nearly 20 articles so far and we continue to increase them rapidly. We are actively publicising these articles on the DeFiChain Turkey Telegram Announcement channel and are receiving very positive feedback from the Turkish community.
![img](un9c5qg1105b1 " 1 DeFiChain Turkey Community
We also actively manage DeFiChain Turkey Twitter account. Here, we both address DFI investors and explain DeFiChain to potential people who will be new investors in DFI.
We also manage a YouTube channel for the DeFiChain Turkey Community. Here we produce video content for both potential new investors and educational content for the existing DeFiChain community.
Every Friday, Betül and I (Taha) are hosting DeFiChain News Turkey to discuss the latest developments in the space and keep our Turkish community informed.
We also manage the Instagram account of DeFiChain Turkey Community. Here we produce content for potential new investors in DeFiChain to the audience interested in cryptocurrency. Short videos are the best content of recent times, so we know that we can reach more audiences over time.
All links to the Turkey community : https://linktr.ee/defichaintr
We held our first AMA recently. We will continue to expand the DFI Turkey Community by making appearances in more communities in this way. Furthermore, we are already in contact with many Turkish communities and are in the planing stage of our next AMA’s.
As DeFiChain Turkey team, we want to be the first point of contact for the Turkish community. Our plans to achieve this are as follows
• Telegram 1k+ members• Twitter 1k+ followers• Instagram 1k+ followers• YouTube 1k+ subscribers• Website, better SEO and more traffic
We believe that our work adds value to the overall DeFiChain community by providing understandable, ready-to-use resources for everyone, enabling new investors to join the DFI ecosystem, and increasing the decentralisation of the project.
As many of you will know, the more investors we reach, the higher the value of DeFiChain will be. The higher the value of DeFiChain, the higher the price, which will benefit the community the most.
We believe that you will support us and contribute to our projects as a community. <3
Summary of our current stats:• Telegram 469 members• Twitter 195 followers• Instagram 69 followers• YouTube 87 subscribers• Website: 21 unique blog posts
How will the fund be spent?
To grow a community, you need to create great content, and it takes time to create that content. Everything we've done so far has been paid for by our own budget.
We are asking for community support to cover the maintenance expenses for all the platforms we have created for DeFiChain Turkey and to reward the time we spend on the content we produce.
We are asking for 45000 DFI because we believe it will be a good boost in our efforts to grow the Turkish community.
20000 DFI will be used to set up a masternode. The rewards will be spent to sustain general expenses. Another benefit of creating a masternode, is that we will be able to deliver the first up-to-date step-by-step guide in Turkish on how to create a masternode, freeze the funds and cast a vote on the upcoming DeFiChain DFIP/CFP voting rounds through on-chain governance.
20000 DFI will be spent over time on community expansion in form of AMA’s, collaborations and local partnerships.
5000 DFI will be shared within the team as a reward for their time and efforts for DeFiChain.
We are a highly motivated team, that has a great chance to move the Turkish community to the top regionally.
How does this CFP benefit the DeFiChain?
Turkey is a gigantic market for Cryptocurrency, and we think DFI is underrepresented in Turkey. By enabling us to create content in the Turkish language, we will be able to remove the language barrier and build bridges to the already existing huge crypto community in Turkey. At the time of this CFP presentation, we managed to grow our telegram community to 465 members. With the support of the international DeFiChain community and the backing of the masternode owners, we believe that we will grow the Turkish community significantly.
2023.06.09 15:55 nokensmok Políglota espantaviejas
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2023.06.09 15:35 EnvironmentalZero El SÉPTIMO sello, todo está conectado. No hay duda, es la profecía de CHANSILLA 😱😭☝️😈
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2 Y vi a los siete ángeles que estaban delante de Dios; y les fueron dadas siete atrompetas.
3 Y otro ángel vino, y se puso delante del altar, con un incensario de oro; y se le dio mucho incienso para que lo añadiese a las oraciones de todos los santos sobre el altar de oro que estaba delante del trono.
4 Y el humo del incienso subió desde la mano del ángel delante de Dios, con las oraciones de los santos.
5 Y el ángel tomó el incensario, y lo llenó del fuego del altar y lo arrojó a la tierra; y hubo truenos, y avoces, y relámpagos y un terremoto.
6 Y los siete ángeles que tenían las siete trompetas se dispusieron a tocarlas.
7 Y el primer ángel tocó la trompeta, y hubo granizo y afuego mezclados con sangre, y fueron arrojados a la tierra; y la tercera parte de los árboles fue quemada, y se quemó toda la hierba verde.
2023.06.09 15:09 Palmirez International fans: how are the translations in your language?
2023.06.09 15:09 Ok-Reward-6390 21 [M4F] Brazil -3/anywhere -- non uninteresting man looks for a good thing
I think you’re very communicative. Shrewd, funny, a good companion. Kind of withdrawn but not necessarily shy. You avoid conflict and unnecessary arguments, but love to participate in good conversations. I think you’re very kind too, besides being polite.As for what I want to do with my life, I am unsure though I am inclined to go into academia. I have been considering applying to a PhD program in the U.S. after finishing my undergrad here in Brazil. My family does want me to go into their business, which is related to politics. I have also considered going into diplomacy.
2023.06.09 14:55 kiplet1 [City of Roses] no. 27.3: “Quite distressing” – well as She might – taking Any hand – Something falls
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“Quite distressing,” says the older man, there in the wingback chair. “Though one does not wish to play the churl. A certain degree of disarray must certainly be allowed, given the shocks – the challenge, the duel – ”
“Allowed?” says Agravante, there by the yellow stone fireplace, an elbow up on the mantel, and the older man takes a sip of milky tea from a thin bone china cup. “How is the King’s champion, by the way?” he says.
“Death’s door,” says Agravante. There on the mantel by his elbow a fiendish little basket-box, carved from a chunk of dark red wood. “Shame,” says the older man, shaking his head, stiff grey curls swept back, and the collar of his shirt undone, a blue scarf knotted tidily about his throat. “Though it is distasteful, how they might linger, on that threshold? Neither here, nor there,” and another sip of tea.
“What is it that distresses you, Medardus,” says Agravante. White-gold locks tied neatly black, his grey suit shot with blue.
“It’s a delicate question I’d have answered, Pinabel,” says the older man, setting the cup in the saucer on his lap, clink. “Does the King yet mean to pursue his bold vision?”
Agravante’s brow pinches. “Of course,” he says. “Insofar as I know.”
Medardus smiles. “Delicately put,” he says. “It’s been two days.”
“These things take time.”
“Two days,” says Medardus, “since he took from me mine offer,” knobbled fingers closing in a fist, drawn up by his yet-mild smile. “And not a word said since.”
“There’s much to be considered,” says Agravante. “Four of you do vie for her hand.”
“Please, Pinabel,” says Medardus, dropping his hand, and a clatter of cup and saucer. “It’s an indulgence to pretend the choice isn’t manifestly clear – that mine is not the best offering.”
“The best, perhaps,” says Agravante. “But sufficient?” A slatey shoulder shrugs.
“The King would demand more?”
“How can I answer that,” says Agravante, “when I know nothing of what you’ve promised, or he might require.”
“Nothing,” says Medardus, still smiling. “Such a delicate word.” Setting cup and saucer on the low table between them. “I would hope,” he says, “it could always be said that the Hound has done well by Medardus,” and he knots those knobby fingers in his lap. “Much as it can be said, to a surety, that Medardus has done well by the Hound.”
Rather carefully, Agravante does not smile at that, or nod, his shoulders do not move, nor does his arm, there by the basket-box. “Of course,” he says.
“But it’s also said,” says Medardus, “that a fear grips your court: that the line is not unbroken. That the Queen, despite her, prodigious recovery, has no Bride of her own. That your King’s hand, howsomever reluctantly, is forced. That he means,” and here Medardus leans forward, elbows on knees, “to take the Princess for himself, and that is why our offers go unanswered.” Sitting back, a dismissive fillip of his fingers. “Or so it’s said.”
“By some,” says Agravante.
“Indeed,” says Medardus.
“But not to me,” says Agravante.
“Ah.” Medardus pushes himself to his feet. “Tell me,” he says, as Agravante leads him out of the little drawing room, “how fares the Count?”
“Grandfather?” says Agravante, pushing open the sliding wood-paneled door. “He sleeps.” Beyond, a narrow hall, in the shadow of a long straight staircase.
“Oh,” he says. “It’s you.” A glass of wine in his hand, something dark. “She isn’t here.”
“She will be, soon enough,” says Marfisa, muddy boot up on the side porch step. “Jason, can I just, wait inside?” The collar of her sheepskin coat turned up, loose white hair stirred by a gust. He steps back, the door held open, his lips a sour purse between his mustache and his dull red beard.
Up the steps into a mud room, painted blue, forgotten coats and a tangle of umbrellas, a scooter, a chalkboard palimpsested with to-dos and shopping lists, “Ah ah,” he’s saying, pointing, thick-lensed glasses blanked out by the ceiling light, and she scrubs her boots against a mat before stepping up into a kitchen to the left there, ruddy stove and a steaming pot of something, stainless steel refrigerator hung about with coupons and note cards, a calendar, a math test festooned with red checks and gold stars, past a breakfast bar sloppily piled with newspapers and a box of soda cans, into a narrow sitting room, a low brown couch, a girl tucked at one end of it, under a red and yellow blanket, and pink headphones startling against her dark hair, watching something on the tablet on her lap. “Grace,” says Jason, still in the kitchen, but she’s already snatching off the headphones, a burst of chirpy music, as Marfisa steps about the low coffee table. “Hey, Mar,” says the girl on the couch, and “Grace,” says Jason again, “upstairs,” as Marfisa sits herself at the other end. Something bulky’s tucked in her coat, she leans over the table, pulling it out, a flat paper sack that spills out a sheaf of handbills, goldenrod pages splashed with black lines, a dancer rendered in calligraphy, and each marked by the green dot of an eye. “Oh, hey,” says the girl, springing from under the blanket, all elbows and knees and clattering headphones, “is that,” says Jason says “Grace!” again, but she’s already scooped up a handbill, turning it over and back again, nothing else to it but little pull-tabs at the bottom, each printed with an elaborately arabesqued question mark. “You’re putting these up?”
Marfisa shrugs. “You’ve seen them?”
“Yesterday, at Mississippi Pizza?” says Grace. “Did you hang ’em there?” Marfisa shrugs again. “The Mercury just had a thing about these things, like how nobody knows what they are, or who’s, it’s, it’s you! You’re doing it! Is it like, are you putting the band back together?”
“Grace,” says Jason.
“What,” snaps Grace, rolling her eyes away.
“Upstairs,” he says, “now. Flashcards till dinner.”
“Jason,” she says, but she’s kicking off the couch, scooping up the tablet, stomping around the table when back that way there’s a clatter and a squeak of hinges from that side porch, “I’m home!” cries someone, and “Carol!” cries Grace, turning on a dime, scampering off past Jason, through the kitchen, “Guess who’s here!”
Marfisa leans forward, slipping the handbills back in the sack, not looking up at Jason looking down at her.
And there’s Carol, by the breakfast bar, setting a brown leather book bag on the carpet. Draped in a brown and yellow striped serape, her dark hair neatly short. “Mar,” she says. “How are you.”
“Well as I might,” says Marfisa, looking up, pushing back a wave of white-gold hair. “What would you say to a chance to sing again, together?”
A hallway narrow, dim, dark doors to either side, silvery numerals set in the walls by each, slender 1s, a wiry 7, great round-bellied 6es, an 8, a 9. Iona in her yellow track suit leads the way around a corner, stops before the door at the end of the hall. 620, the numerals beside it. She plucks a white card from a pocket, holds it up before slipping it into the slot above the knob. “I miss keys,” she says, as the lock chunks, a green light flicking on. “These may be better, but not in any way that matters.” She opens the door. “Go on,” she says.
Within brown walls and gold, bathed in daylight hazed by yellow curtains drawn over corner windows. A comfortable yellow chair, a reading table and a lamp, unlit. A wide bed draped in blue and brown and at the foot of it, sat tailor-fashion, Ysabel, in a white chemise, and soft white leg-warmers thickly rumpled. “Starling,” she says, with a smile.
“My Queen,” says the Starling, a shadow there by yellow Iona, black jeans, black sweatshirt, the hood of it up. “This is not our usual Thursday,” she says, in not much more than a whisper.
“This isn’t a Thursday,” says Ysabel, nodding to Iona, who steps out, closing the door behind her. “This is a whole weekend, if you’d like.”
“But I must dance, ma’am,” says the Starling. “Today and tonight, at the club, and Saturday – ”
“It has been cleared, with your, manager,” says Ysabel. “You’re free, till Monday.”
“Free to be here, with you,” says the Starling. And then, “If it’s just to be the two of us?” Her words worn thin.
“If you’d like,” says Ysabel. “Or, step back through that door. The Chariot will happily take you anywhere in the city you may wish to go.”
The Starling reaches for the strap of the black gym bag slung from her shoulder. “I don’t mind,” she says, “being with you. I’ll just go change,” but “No,” says Ysabel, quickly, “Starling, no. Put that down. Sit with me.”
“My Queen,” says the Starling. “I am not who I am, when I’m with you.”
“Please,” says Ysabel. “Sit.”
The gym bag slumps to the speckled brown carpet. Stepping over, the Starling stands a moment before the foot of that bed, and Ysabel sat there, smiling up, but then she turns, the Starling, and finds the yellow chair behind her, and sits, a darkness in that weak light.
“I’m glad you came,” says Ysabel.
“My Queen desired it,” says the Starling.
“I thought,” says Ysabel, looking away. “I’d thought today that I might dance for you. I have danced, you know. At a party. She said I was quite good.”
“Of course,” says the Starling.
“I settled on an outfit,” says Ysabel, looking down at herself, “nothing too elaborate,” and “Good,” says the Starling, “but,” says Ysabel, “I’ve been flummoxed by my lips. What should the color be?” A hand, lifted to her mouth, her hair, “White?” she says. “To go with the ensemble? Or would that be too much? Would a simple red be enough?”
“No one pays attention to the lipstick,” says the Starling.
“You do,” says Ysabel, quickly, even sharply, and then, “You take such care, with yours.”
That hood shifts, down, to one side, dim light passing over her chin, the tip of her nose. “White’s better for the stage,” she says. “Too bold for such close quarters.”
“A simple red it is.”
“Your majesty is sad,” says the Starling, then. “Why should that be?”
“I,” says Ysabel, shoulders lifting, and her chin, a retort swelling but then suddenly pricked, deflating, and she looks away. “Affairs of the city,” she says.
“Not the heart, then?” says the Starling. “Nor the hips?”
Ysabel untucks herself, a bare foot lowered to the carpet, and her hands on the edge of the bed. “Tell me,” she says. “Do you know the smell, of blood?”
That shadow sits up. “I do, ma’am,” says the Starling.
“She sleeps,” Ysabel’s saying. “Peacefully. Her wound is poulticed with a fief’s portion. The bleeding’s long since stopped, but,” and she takes in a deep breath, shivering at the top of it, a sigh, “wherever I go in those rooms I still can smell it, that – tang, like an armor hot from the sun, and I,” but the Starling’s standing, stepping over, she kneels at the foot of the bed, reaches for a hand that Ysabel lifts away, “here I am,” she says, “holed up in a hotel across town.”
The Starling sits back on her heels. “Would you rather go to her?” but Ysabel’s shaking her head, “The Mason,” she says, “watches over her. She wants for nothing. I am,” but then she stops, and the Starling catches her hand, draws it down, covers it with her own. Ysabel says, “My brother once told me,” but then she stops again, blinking rapidly, looking down at the Starling looking up from under her black hood. “He was once a little boy,” says Ysabel. “Did you know that?”
“The King,” says the Starling, “yes, ma’am, of course. I remember those days.”
“Not even a Prince, just an infant, he came to me, in the little garden, and took my hand, and asked me, sister, why are you crying?” Turning her hand in the Starling’s hand, taking hold of it, squeezing. “And I said, because I do not wish to wed. But I am the Bride, I said, and one day a King will come, and I must take his hand. Whether I will or no, I must, but he,” looking away, “he swore to me, then and there, most earnestly, that he would one day be the King, that I might never need take anyone’s hand.”
The Starling says, “And he did just that.”
“My brother,” says Ysabel, “the King, this,” and her eyes close, the lashes of them shining, “city,” she says, and her mouth closes about another, unsaid word, she swallows, and a lick at her lips. “Jo,” she says.
“My Queen,” says the Starling. “I will go, and change, and dance for you, to take your mind,” but “No,” says Ysabel, leaning forward, her hands on the Starling’s shoulders, “do not change, do not dress, do not perform,” lifting a hand, right to the very hem of that hood, but then pulled back, withdrawn. “I would see you just as you are,” she says, her hands once more in her lap.
“But, my lady,” says the Starling, and she reaches up to draw back that hood. “I am always as I am.” Black hair uncurled, slicked back, clipped down to stubble along her temples, about those ears. Her cheeks, the line of that jaw. The nose. Those eyes, only a hazeled hint of green. Thin lips unpainted, upturned, parting as Ysabel leans close to say, “And you are with me,” and then a feathery kiss, tugging at the Starling’s hands, lifting, the Starling who stands up before her, and her hands fall to the Starling’s hips, rough black denim, the belt loops, her thumb, the wide leather belt, looking up, those green eyes. She yanks at the bulky black sweatshirt, “Get this off,” she says, and the Starling lifts it up and off and tosses it aside. Bare now from the waist up, and the torso of her lean and long, and her long arms sinewy lowering, curling, Ysabel’s darkly hands caught up against the smooth pale chest of her by those wide white hands, and the backs of them snarled with thick blue veins.
“Now would you have me go and change?” murmurs the Starling.
“But you are beautiful,” says Ysabel, slipping her hands free, reaching for the tongue of the belt. The buckle jangles. “Majesty,” says the Starling, “I am many things, but,” and a gasp, at the kiss pressed there below her shadowed navel, as those black jeans loosen, lop, as Ysabel’s fingers dip within to uncurl a palely slender cock, and a stroke for the lengthening lift of it, “oh,” says the Starling, “my Queen, you needn’t,” as her hand cups Ysabel’s face.
“But do you want me to,” says Ysabel, and the Starling, shivering, nods. “The principles, I should think,” says Ysabel, “are essentially the same?” And a lick of a kiss for the tip of it, there on her palm.
Pinned to the pole a mulching bark of posters, flyers, handbills, postcards, lapped and shingled one over another, rain-dimpled, sun-faded, twisted, torn, defaced, Thrash or Die, April Showers Burlesque, Snap! at the Holocene, Anodyne Presents, Missing Dog, Laughing Horse, Drum Circle Saturday Rain or Shine, Cinco de Mayo on the Waterfront, big black letters on an enormous sheet, Grupo Samurjay, Grupo Maravilla, Los Supremos de Los Hermanos Flores, Woodburn Rocks. As the bus pulls away she’s pushing back her black hair looking up toward the top of that slithery bristling treeline, there where handfuls of old notices have been ripped away leaving crowded dozens of denuded staples, glinting, by a metal sign that says No Parking This Block, a relatively fresh sheet of goldenrod paper, mad black scribbles limning a dancer, a single eye of bright green ink. She reaches up, to the pull-tabs fluttering the bottom of it, each printed with only an elaborately arabesqued question mark. Her other hand holds fast a black leather knapsack slung from the shoulder of her slick black jacket. Her glasses with thick black frames. With a sudden yank she rips the handbill down.
A broad porch with four front doors set one right next to another, and she unlocks, slips through the third of them, and up an immediate steep staircase, narrow between dark walls, unlit, that yellow page bright in her hand. Around the wall at the top of the stairs through an open room a couch the floor before it piled with cardboard boxes into a long hall once painted white, some time ago, lit by daylight seeping in from somewhere else. At the end of it a dark room, curtains drawn, and she closes the door behind her, a shadow in the shadows. Flump of the knapsack, dropped to the floor, creaking footstep, the thick click of a switch. Light blares from naked bulbs in the fixture in the middle of the ceiling, pink springs from the walls all whorled curlicues and faded bouquets, the bed there, skewed bedclothes striped dull brown and beige, and on the floor at the foot of it a great conical pile knee-high or more of gleaming golden dust.
She steps around it, jacket half-unzipped. A ridge of the pile has settled, slumped, dust trailed over the floor away from it, and the goldenrod poster drops, crumpled, from the hand she’s lifting to her throat, to the bit of black lace tied there. Steps back, around the bed. She grabs a little hand broom from the nightstand. Kneels down by the pile. Begins to sweep up the goldstuff, careful with each thread and grain.
Eyelids a-twitch, lips parting just to say not even a whisper, maybe a number, counting, nine or ten, eleven, those lids blink open over mud-colored eyes that swivel, narrow, try to focus, a gleaming edge there, mirror-bright, shifting as she blinks the length of it flat and smooth and slender, somehow deep within it coiling whorls of light and dark chased up and down a shallow groove that cleanly stretches up and up to a glittering net there on the pillow, wiry strands that knot a cage about a simple hilt she jerks away, kicks back sitting up, “Shit,” she says, as the sword’s tangled in the sheets, teetering at the edge of the futon. She’s bent over, thin white T-shirt, wine-red hair, rubbing her shin, a thin dark line of blood beading down by her ankle, “Shit,” she says, again. Snatching the hilt she whips the blade free from the sheets, “this fucking,” but it turns in her hand, a wrench and away it flies across the room to crack and a wibble it’s stabbed the white wall there by the plain black scabbard, hung from a nail, and the painted skull-mask also, the mane of it stirred by that thrust. Jo blinks. “Okay,” she says, to herself.
Without, the hallway’s dark, the little lights strung along the ceiling unlit. The kitchen beyond is empty, only glancing daylight and shadows. Jo leans over to knock at the door across the hall, “Ysabel?” she says, turning the knob. The room within all yellow and white, gauzy curtains, big bed neatly made, the armoire shut, and nothing draped over the dressing screen in the corner. “Ysabel?” says Jo again, but something, she looks down. Something lightly, barely there, faintly wisps, like down, like ash, falling from, brushing her foot, past her knee, caught there in the hem of her T-shirt, falling from, she lifts it, peering down at her belly beneath, and the line that climbs it packed with an ashen crust and a last few spangles of gold and, she touches it crumbling, flaking away, the pink skin taut beneath.
Back against the jamb. Dropping the hem of the shirt her hand to her breast, and quick wincing shallow breaths. Lurching up across and over to the dresser, a bouquet of heavy-headed peonies pink and yellow, she grabs a small brass box and pries it open, frees a cigarette, and a ragged book of matches.
The hall, the back room, dark, the back door and out, outside, out in the grass, under the sky, sunlight and blue sky, and glowering clouds behind, white and blue and grey and blue and greenly black, swollen with the coming rain. Fitting the cigarette to her lips but even as she opens the matchbook she’s falling to her knees in the lushly green, soft grass out to the parapets to either side, and she coughs up a sob, another, doubled over on her shaking shuddering self, her hand a fist to her chest.
The cigarette falls white to the grass before her. Feathers of grey-white ash caught about it, and sparks of gold.
A call behind her, muffled by walls and doors. Sitting up she catches, holds her breath. Swallows. A slam back there, distant, bump of a footfall, she wipes her eyes with the back of her hand and leans forward getting her feet under herself but the back door bangs open boot-thump someone shouting and she springs up turns her arm flung out the sword
The sword in her hand –
Her hand, her arm extended shoulder dropped her torso sidelong and her front foot planted, off leg leaned back straight and true, off hand slung back to balance the thrust that’s ended sword-tip snagged in a corner of his unzipped shortwaisted jacket yanked up one side he’s twisted, turned away from it, both arms flung up and alarm gently folding his face.
“Oh God,” says Jo, dropping the blade, the ring of it soft on the grass.
“You’re awake,” says Luys, lowering his arms. Brushing the front of his soft brown jacket, his finger finding the hole punched there. “Your coat,” says Jo, “I’m so, sorry,” but “No sin espinas,” he’s saying, almost to himself, holding out a hand, “You are awake,” he says, but she rushes past that hand to crash into him tumbling her arms about him there on the rooftop under the clouds, she’s kissing his throat and then as he lowers his head she looks up to kiss his mouth, his mouth.
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