The northern girl had a wild beauty, as he recalled, though however bright a torch might burn it could never match the rising sun.
These are all the logos for the different “lands” in Disneyland, from the 1982 Disneyland Guide Book. Took a bit of Photoshopping to get them all clear of obstructions, although I left the Haunted Mansion in New Orleans Square, as it was pretty bare bones without it. It’s the only “land” that didn’t merit a Mickey Mouse appearance!
They grow quickly now, and when they are grown I shall have my wings. Mounted on a dragon, she could lead her own men into battle, as she had in Astapor, but as yet they are still too small to bear her weight.
“Mad as a hatter” In 18th and 19th century England mercury was used in the production of felt, which was used in the manufacturing of hats common of the time. People who worked in these hat factories were exposed daily to trace amounts of the metal, which accumulated within their bodies over time, causing some workers to develop dementia caused by mercury poisoning. Thus the phrase “Mad as a Hatter” became popular as a way to refer to someone who was perceived as insane.
Watched this bit way too many times.
Something wrong with your leg, boy? Can you walk? I’ve got to carry you? Fine little blade. Maybe I’ll pick my teeth with it.
"Mary Belle and the Mermaid" by Leo and Diane Dillon