I might reconsider about your minds being connected to mine....or maybe to Pancholin's. Funny coincidence he asked for bloggers to manifest and it happens that the cave was Blog Blitzed yesterday. You guys keep surprising me with your wonderful kindnesses. Thank you all for your visit. I couldn't visit all of you back but I really appreciate your presence here. :D
"Milin, you will be in charge of the Cave Tour", Sessin straightened Milin's back. "After welcoming visitors, you will warn them it is forbidden to enter the Cave with lethal weapons such as guns, blades, crossbows, spears and the most terrible of them all: Chocolate."
Milin nodded eagerly and took note on his pad.
"He who gets caught sneaking those terrible things into the Cave will suffer the death of a Million Cuts, executed by the Master's shredder Chihuahua Dog and the butchering Parrot."
Milin's eyes went wide. He shuddered but wrote everything down.
"Remind them no pictures allowed. Postcards will be available at the end of the tour at the souvenir store-" He frowned and scratched his head. "I didn't know we had a souvenir store. I'll have to ask dad where that is and who's taking care of the store if we're all supposed to be away in our ninja assignment."
A group of six dwarves interrupted them, passing by with wallpapers of the cave tour. Sessin grinned and pinched his cousin's cheeks. "Big smile all the time! Don't forget good service will bring you good tips."
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I spent two weeks thinking on the subject for this post. There is one matter that is eating me at the moment but my inner voice kept reminding me everyone would be in a rush, so if I couldn't explain it in one paragraph, it would be better to choose one simpler subject for this month. Well, I can't explain my dilemma in a paragraph so I bring forth a little doubt that doesn't need of a long exposition. It has been bugging me for a long time and your insight is gold to me. Not to mention it is relevant to the A to Z challenge (and it also fits today's letter!)
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