Why isn’t there an option to say no when he asks about a boyfriend?!
Mickey Malone’s Cabin (Ghost Dogs of Moon Lake) [x]
During this time of year, people (including me) start to get cabin fever. I’m not even an outdoors person, but a change of scenery would be nice. I’d love to get to spend a weekend in a warm, cozy cabin with a fire roaring. Even a cabin like Mickey Malone’s would do! To create an outfit inspired by that location, pair an owl tee with a pearl trimmed cardigan, tan skinnies, and lace-up heels. An owl ring, floral bracelets, paw print earrings and a leaf necklace complete the look.
I was thinking of the wooden swan, but this also applies to the parlor curtains, the painting’s eyes, the basement door…
After a twelve-hour shift that mostly involved getting yelled at by a boss whose name he didn’t even know, Ewan dragged himself home to his tiny apartment and crashed on the couch. He tried not to think about work, but found his mind drifting back over the events of the day. He slaved for Cathedral every day and most nights, and knew he was one of their best and brightest. He cracked codes, built devices, solved problems that baffled the others. But did anyone recognize his gifts or even say thank you? Never. Not even his parents were proud of him. He wasn’t allowed to tell them his job existed, let alone how good he was at it. With these thoughts on his mind, Ewan began drifting off. A dream started to form, in which he was trapped at work in an infinite loop. But he was soon startled back to reality by the sound of his phone going off. It wasn’t his ringtone, but a creepy electronic noise his phone had never made before. Confused, he opened the text that had arrived. The screen was black and displayed a string of bizarre code. He tried to read it, but it moved too quickly. A message appeared in the code, narrated by a distorted voice. EWAN MACLEOD. WE HAVE BEEN WATCHING YOU. YOU HAVE POTENTIAL.
Some of the artwork that can be seen throughout the house in Message in a Haunted Mansion.
1. Madame Pierre Seriziat with her Son by Jacques Louis David, 1795
2. Isabella Clara Eugenia by Frans Pourbus the Younger
3. Jane Browne by John Singleton Copley
4. The Age of Innocence by Joshua Reynolds, c. 1788
5. Firebird by Edmund Dulac, 1916
6. A Young Girl Reading by Jean-Honoré Fragonard, 1776
7. Abigail Smith Adams by Gilbert Stuart
8. Girl with a Kitten by Jean Baptiste Perronneau, 1745
9. Johann Christian Bach by Thomas Gainsborough, 1776
10. William Vans Murray by Mather Brown, 1787
11. Albert VII by Frans Pourbus the Younger
12. Frederick Douglass by an unidentified artist, 1844
"Dear Mom and Dad: It’s been ten years today. I still haven’t stopped missing or thinking about you. If I haven’t by now, it’s probably not going to happen. I guess there’s no way to get used to it. Whether I had ten years with you or a hundred, I’d never be ready. What hurts the most is that you weren’t here for any of the important stuff. I was just a kid, so you never got to know me. I can’t help but wonder if things would have turned out differently if you’d been around. I think about that a lot. I’ve gone through so many stupid phases and hurt myself and others… sometimes on purpose, sometimes not. But I hope you’d be proud of the man I’ve become, and the one I’m trying to be. I used to be mad at you for leaving me alone, but not anymore. Now I try my best to handle life the way you’d want me to, and that makes me feel less alone. So yeah, that’s what I wanted to say. I love you." Henry slipped the envelope under the door of the crypt and walked away.