That's good news.
"Hello and welcome back to W3, AKA Weird Wordly Wonders! I'm Ruby and today I'll tell you about some weird jewelry that sounds fake but is actually real!"
I did not like where this was going.
You had had dreams.
What's inside this snow globe?" the child asked. "Don't touch it; it's not a snow globe," you told. "Then what is it?" the child asked. "It's a delicate scientific project that must not be tampered with."
Levi looked at the dark skies. The forecast on the car radio said that it would rain tonight. "If he spends the night outside, he'll freeze to death," Warren muttered.
Missing person posters with a woman's face. He recognized the face from the numerous times he had visited the Glittering Kalimba. Izora. Miakil looked at the poster on the café's door, then walked in like he had read an uninteresting festival poster, his confident walk completely unchanged.
A dead blue duck on the road. Splattered blood, scattered feathers.
You wore a mask to make sure that you would not contaminate the cake whenever you thought about this whole deal and burst out laughing mid-baking.
"Levi," Warren spoke up when his employer stayed silent, "please. I'm concerned about him."