I'll agree that a year can feel like an eternity, even when nothing has happened. For instance, one year ago today:
Clearly, there have been changes, but I'm not sure I'd say a lot has happened.
I hope Dawn doesn't decide to intervene with Iris. No, she's more likely to visit Mary (in search of food), and Mary will counsel Iris. That's the natural order of the Worthiverse...and, unfortunately, will extend this excuse for a storyline into the New Year.
A lot can happen in a year, but around here, it probably won't.
"A year can seemlike an eternity, dear.A lot can happenin just one year!"Wow, Wilbur, you're a poet and don't know it! And thank goodness for that, because otherwise you'd be announcing your plans to travel around the world for a year hitting every poetry slam you can find.
Something's amiss - not only is there no boldface type again, no one has stated that a year is twelve months. Let's send Mary back to NYC. She can visit Trump Tower. She might even get a job offer, perhaps Secretary of Meddling Services. I wonder if Pork Chops and Acrobats is still playing.
Pork Chops and Acrobats now in its second year!
The pots hanging on the wall are on the small side, I would say. Maybe they are just decorations.
@Vince at 11:45 AM, I think those are measuring cups. Doesn't everyone hang measuring cups on the wall? You need them at hand in case an emergency measuring opportunity presents itself.
It looks like the measuring cups are hanging over the dish rack. Just in case anyone needs to measure some dish water. Note that we are so bored at this point, we're discussing kitchen utensils.
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