Today is Free T-Shirt Day in Azeroth! This seems like a new event to me, but as I’m not consistently playing WoW I could have missed it. Thankfully I saw wrathofkublakhan of Coffee Cakes and Crits post about it and did not miss this one!
If you haven’t done it yet, checkout this overview in a comment on the Wowhead entry for the event.
I haven’t played WoW in months, but I will login to add more shirts to my collection! I logged in with my mage for quick travel to the vendors that are selling free shirts. Their shirts are shown below in the red outline.
The shirt vendors show up as a star on your map when in the zone, but only if that part of your map is revealed.
I collected 22 new shirts; 15 from the shirt cannon guy and 7 from the vendors. I think Selis’ Silk Shirt looks great with my fire mage’s outfit!
Although the holidays are over, some keep decorations around for a little longer. Perhaps as a lingering reminder of happy memories before attention is fully turned to the onset of a new year.
In awe of this morning’s beauty. Merry Christmas everyone!
Tree trunks and branches lit up in Christmas green at night.
Did you know language is not so different from math? The adding and subtracting of word elements create formulas for new meaning.
Virid + -escent. Both are from Latin, the former meaning green and the latter a suffix for “becoming.” Combined, viridescent means “greenish” or “becoming green.”
In some Slavic countries, the New Year is celebrated with Ded Moroz (Old Man Frost) and his granddaughter Snegurka (Snow Maiden). The tradition of Christmas was banned in Soviet Russia, but celebrating the New Year was allowed in 1935.
From what I can tell, it was at this time the two mythical characters teamed up and Snegurka became granddaughter to Ded Moroz, joining him to help deliver presents to children.
Pictured is my daughter and her adorable bunny, Joey Smokes.
Today was the first day taking photos felt like a chore. I even tried to find out if posting a photo from a previous day would be considered cheating. The weekly theme – candlelight – saved my day! It took me a few attempts before it occurred to me that I should try pushing the candle holder into the corner. Magic!
As long as there has been seasons, the importance of light and warmth is highlighted in the dark days of winter. Those who experience the darkness of winter light candles in their homes, cozy up by the fireplace, and string lights inside and out. This seasonal brightness can warm the soul.
My talented sister-in-law discusses one of her hand crocheted items with a customer at my company’s annual holiday bazaar, where coworkers buy/sell crafted goods from/to one another.