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Okay I must admit that I fibbed slightly. 😄 That was an AI generated picture. But it IS one of the best likenesses of me that I've seen from the AI. 😁 And it's probably pretty close to what I would have looked like at age 20, and looks like a college campus. So it really is a picture of me..."from a certain point of view", Obi-Wan Kenobi style.

 

And yeah, it did make my eyes quite a bit bluer than they really are.

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Alright here's one but I had to censor the other person's face because they do not wish for publicity and it's illegal for me to show their face without permission.3c6abe32-d80c-4a78-b7e1-05964afeaec9.jfif 

Edit: oof it's as a download I don't know how to change that sorry...

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4 hours ago, TB said:

8:00pm. Time for Lumi to wake up

 

Sorry, got distracted and stayed up later than I expected, and then slept for 11 hours too lol

now my head hurts

Hi! I'm Lumi, host of Reisen, Tewi, Flandre and Lucilyn.

Everyone deserves to love and be loved. It's human nature.

My tulpas and I have a Q&A thread, which was the first (and largest) of its kind. Feel free to ask us about tulpamancy stuff there.

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GER, sorry for your poor air quality

 

And the breathing through a wet cloth thing is maybe a myth. Directly near a fire, you just need to stay on the ground as smoke usually floats a bit, though I did see you can stuff wet cloth under doors/in cracks if you're forced to stay in a burning place for some reason. When we're talking "There's a fire some tens/hundreds of miles away" though, definitely don't do this. Air purifiers and of course N95-tier masks are recommended, but I don't think normal masks really help (you can try, but ehh lol, just avoid being outside as much as you can). 

 

There's a bunch of advice on what to do about wildfire smoke here: https://www.cdc.gov/disasters/covid-19/wildfire_smoke_covid-19.html

I don't see anything about humidified air or anything though. Stuff like trying to make sure your heating/AC doesn't circulate air from outside, or gets a better filter for filtering smoke, could be important though.

 

Generally speaking, when you need advice on what to do about stuff like this, it's always better to google and check trustworthy sources than to rely on folk advice. There are lots of myths (and accidentally missing big things) abound, so if you really care it's good to have good sources

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Hi! I'm Lumi, host of Reisen, Tewi, Flandre and Lucilyn.

Everyone deserves to love and be loved. It's human nature.

My tulpas and I have a Q&A thread, which was the first (and largest) of its kind. Feel free to ask us about tulpamancy stuff there.

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Good morning everyone! 😊

 

I'm happy to say that the air quality is much better today! 😁 The sky is blue once again instead of his hazy orange, and I no longer smell smoke on the breeze. It's still a slight bit hazy but I'm hoping even that goes away by tomorrow! 😊

 

It makes me think about the balance of things. All throughout May I was grateful for the sunny weather; almost every day was beautiful and Phil and I took so many lovely walks. But now I realize that those beautiful sunny days came at a cost; the dry weather enabled these fires to spread far beyond what they would normally do. Usually forest fires are something I read about from the west coast or Australia and not something we have to deal with the consequences of around here. But because our usually humid climate has been unusually dry for the last month or so we've had to deal with it a bit ourselves.

 

I guess what I'm saying is: Be grateful for both the rain and the sun. 🌧️☀️ All things must be balanced, and although something might seem unpleasant now--like rain-soaked clothes or a day's plans ruined by rain--it may just be better for everyone in the long run! 😊💚

 

 

Oh and if anyone's curious what it looked like here is a picture from Yankee Stadium yesterday. We don't live in New York but we live within commuting distance and it was like this all over New Jersey.
 

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