I made a little ID for my Coulson bear. Now I just need to get it printed and laminated so he can wear it! (He had to take his sunglasses off for his ID photo.)
What I ordered:
What I received:
That’s just… I understand Friday nights are busy, yo, but that’s just SAD.
There were leaves in the sauce, too. I’m hoping maybe it was mint but it looked like strawberry tops.
So I’ve been taking archery lessons for a few months. Obviously, this doesn’t make me an expert, but it does make me think a lot about how I can put my knowledge to use in writing about Kate and Clint. So in the spirit of fannish sharing, here are some things I’ve noticed. Some of these are based on things I’ve seen referenced in stories or meta, some are just things I’ve thought about. I hope this helps!
I don’t shoot enough to develop callouses, but if I were going to, they would develop on the first three fingers of my right hand (I shoot right-handed. A left-handed shooter like movie!Clint would get these on his left hand.) The bowstring goes in the crease of your first finger joint as you are pulling it back, and when you release it kind of rolls over the pads of your fingertips. I’ve shot a little with bare fingers and your fingertips start getting sore pretty fast, so it makes sense that even using protective gear (see below) if you shoot as much as either Hawkeye your fingers would toughen up.