Start seated with legs out in front. Bend the right knee in towards the chest. Grab the right ankle with the right hand and start to inch the right shoulder under the right knee. Plant the palms by the hips with the fingertips facing forward. Press the palms down firmly to lift the bottom off the floor. Begin to bend the elbows in, arms at a 90 degree angle, as the left leg sweeps to the right. Criss cross the ankles and extend through the legs while keeping the feet flexed. Legs will be wrapped around the right arm. Hold for 3 breaths and switch sides.
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Okay, so it’s been a week and a half and I am still hopping mad about the Time War retcon. I know, I know. I know. I mean, it’s not keeping me up nights or anything, but every time I try to engage with fandom I just end up
So this is my attempt to just lay it all out, say my piece, make all of my totally correct and completely cogent arguments and hopefully just go back to “yeah that”ing in other people’s posts.
It’s rull long. You’ve been warned.
Chrys watches SH [x]
The good guys are always stalwart and true, the bad guys are easily distinguished by their pointy horns or black hats, and we always defeat them and save the day. No one ever dies, and everybody lives happily ever after.
Coworker classily sips water from the Tiffany champagne flutes an editor sent us. PR is weird.
Tired swimmer rescued in Finland
During the first weekend of November, a Finnish man was kayaking on a lake in a thick fog. He saw something floating in the water, and when he got closer he saw that it was a Northern Hawk-Owl. It was clearly exhausted and the man lifted it out of the freezing water onto the tip of his kayak. The owl then crawled to his lap for warmth and burrowed under his lifejacket.
Since his original destination was too far away, the man decided to head for a nearby art museum on the lake shore. Once there he was eagerly assisted by both visitors and a museum guide, who took the bird in to rest and dry up next to a warm stove. At the end of the day the owl had recovered and was released back into the wild.
How the owl ended up in the lake in the first place remains a mystery. It may have got lost in the fog, or have been driven out to the lake by Hooded Crows (if a flock spots a predatory bird they tend to chase it away quite aggressively).
(This is my summarized translation of the article which is only available in Finnish. No copyright infringement is intended, only sharing this to celebrate the brave little owl and all the people who helped him.)
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