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kawaiitheo: Rain Day ~ By Andrine Klausen

He was old now. But he had been young once. And, to his knowledge, he was the last living human that had ever stepped foot in Askalina. Already there were whispers that it had never existed. Already, there was doubt. But he knew the truth. And he would always tell the truth. He was, after all, a Truthteller

René-Jacques, En Provence, ca. 1955 Thank you mezzaluna

I have been in love with rainy days, since I was a little girl. I always said that when I grew up I would name one of my children "Rain", if I ever had any. My daughter, Caitlyn's middle name is Rain. I love her name, and so does she!