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Pohka Free

"P-O-H-K-A. Pohka. From old Celtic mythology, a fairy spirit in animal form, always very large. The pooka appears here and there, now and then, to this one and that one. A benign but mischievous creature. Very fond of rumpots, crackpots, and how are you, Mr. Wilson?"

Recent Comments

  1. about 13 hours ago on Luann

    I did the same earlie4 this week. I didn’t expect it to pan out this week and it probably won’t next but I’m certain it’s the setup that’s coming to cause a little more confusion here;-)

  2. about 22 hours ago on Luann

    Hogfather!!! Great book and movie;-)

  3. about 22 hours ago on Luann

    You did great with both posts! Knew the pitch but then again, I was catching;-)

  4. about 22 hours ago on Luann

    He’s done fine. Yes work is needed on both side, talking, maybe punishing a little for destroying a towel (I’m certain saying I’m sorry and cleaning up is a good start). I’m also certain the parenting manual he’ll be given with his first child will cover all the things he should do, check your copy for this situation;-)

  5. about 22 hours ago on Luann

    It’s her favorite… BS flag. You need to prove it. Yes, Bwad needs to work on Shannon learning control but don’t make it larger than it is SHANNON.

  6. about 22 hours ago on Luann

    As commented earlier she has been punished and for someone who learns by doing she may have learned the more important way. What you’re probably searching for though is punishment for destroying somethings that someone else’s. The simple answer is of arc. The focus is showing that Bwad will be a good dad and encourage his kids and take care of them. Punishing for damaging/destroying something would happen outside of that portion of the arc.

  7. 2 days ago on Luann

    Patience is a virtue and I freely admit I need all the virtue I can get… Let’s see what morphs here because even if Brad and Shannon “go home” next week it doesn’t mean that’s over yet;-)

  8. 2 days ago on Luann

    Super glue! Best thing for minor cuts and abrasions.

  9. 3 days ago on Luann

    Won’t disagree but what I was calling out is people have called out Jonah for not being involved with his daughter and being involved with a child is at least the first step to being a better parent. Btw, I’ve seen parents that encouraged respect and consideration but weren’t involved; they checked a nice box but weren’t there when their kid needed them;-)

  10. 3 days ago on Luann

    Patience Mordy, it’s a virtue and you and I need all the virtue we can get;-)