Went for a walk down clydeside yeasterday. It was lovely. I’ve lived in Glasgow 19 years and I have never, before yesterday, went for a walk down my the river side. I really like it :)
Although there is like a railing and then another 2 feet of path before you reach the river I was still terrified that a strong gust of wind would blow me in haa. That’s my mum and dads fault for traumatising me about the River when I was younger haa.
So much so that I had a dream last night that Iw as sitting on the bridge hanging out with a really strange group of people and someone pushed me in haaa. You know that way that when someone is sitting on some sort of ledge you push them but grab them really quickly, just to scare them? Well it was that but he pushed me hard and I went flying.
Saw Deathly Hallows 2 again today. I didn’t think I was going to cry this time becasue the 1st time I was tearing at the freaking WB logo and I wasn’t this time. But, Funnily enough, I started crying at the exact same bit I started full on sobbing last time haa
It was soooo good even the second time around :D
I also watched The Man Who Fell To Earth today. Me and my aunt were just fangirling over David Bowies glorious face the whole time!
Do you think the mummy spider gets sad when one of her babies die? They lay so many eggs that they have ALOT of babies.. do you think they care if one or two die?
I mean do they not end up eating some of them anyway?
These are the things I think about after I kill a reasonably small spider. If it’s big IDGAF I will through stuff at it till I finally hit it, but when it’s a little one even though I’m still scared of it, after I squash I start to feel bad.
Hi, my names Chiera and I’m a sympathetic arachnophobe