A man who who was fined for refusing to cut back ivy and weeds he let grow on his house for ten years has finally cut them off. Ken Mould, 50, left the plants to grow for so long that the house was virtually hidden from neighbours. It became so overrun that his chimney could not be seen over the foliage. And the wilderness extended so far forward from the house, in a cul-de-sac in Rugely, Staffordshire, that the shape of the building could no longer be made out from the pavement.
that is 100x what i want to do with my life
sam’s quiet acceptance that dean’s time in that boy’s home was one of the best times of his life
sam’s understanding of exactly why that was such a good time for dean
sam not thinking it was selfish and sam not being hurt that one of the happiest times in dean’s life was a time that dean was away from sam
sam didn’t even need dean to tell him how happy that period of his life was, sam just knew
#THEN YOU’D REMEMBER THAT THESE TWO BEING THERE PROBABLY MENAS SOMETHING INCREDIBLY DEADLY IS IN YOUR GENERAL AREA AND MOST LIKELY GOING TO KILL YOU NEXT
THE FUTURIST! knows …
IF IT’S TUESDAY …
IT MUST BE … the day that Amazon delivers a mermaid in a locked water filled container to THE FUTURIST!’s next door neighbor’s back door.
Okay … fine … he bought a mermaid … maybe it’s a holiday gift … whatever … however, THE FUTURIST! wishes his neighbor would just get home soon, because the thing woke up and has been beating on the thick glass all morning and early afternoon.
You can not take a nap with that racket going on.