This is not the Sabrina from your childhood – she’s all grown up and is a queen!
There were these little alcoves all around the room with statues. I wish I could remember whether the guide mentioned if the statues were there in the palace’s heyday or not…the alcoves would be a great place to have a tiny modicum of privacy. (Not that that seemed to matter, as the king regularly had visitors in his chambers whilst he was getting dressed, used the chamber pot, or bathed. I remember THAT because I remember thinking “ugh, glad I’m not the king in those times”.
We’ll be changing things up on the JenEric Designs blog for 2020, starting next week.
Monday/Friday will be Éric’s blog time.
Tuesday/Thursday will be Travelling TARDIS pictures (Paris/Cosplay continuing).
Wednesday will be something special that we’ll announce later. I will still occasionally post Fandom Travel and Blush posts, but not on a consistent schedule.
Happy New Year from our family to yours! I hope 2020 is the best year yet!
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all of you.
Today, I would like to share a few resources for mental health and crisis assistance. While that may seem like a depressing conversation for such a joyful holiday, I want to acknowledge that there are people who are struggling, and might be having a tougher time than usual because of it being a holiday.
All resources are geared towards Ottawa and Canada. If you need help, please don’t hesitate to either google your own city, or reach out to people who can help you.
Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region (24/7 mental health assistance)
Midwifery Collective of Ottawa (Postpartum depression)
eMental Health (variety of crisis support lines)
Ottawa Public Health (mental health and substance use resource list)
Please know that you are not alone. There are people who care. Reach out to them.
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