This one in particular, as when I was checking it cam from Much Ado (I'm super paranoid I'll cite the wrong play/sonnet) there were people Googling what it meant.
But I’m writing this as my family back in the UK blow up my new phone (I love it) with photos of freshly fallen snow. So I can’t get everything right 😀
Currently, I'm sitting in the swathes of my own attempt of patience. We will see if I have passed the start of my hill or if I need to keep trying some more soon.
Oh so true, from long distance relationships to moving to another country- there will always be a neigh-sayer.
The Merry Wives of Windsor is a sadly apt at the moment. It's set around the respected Sir John Falstaff deciding to seduce two married women. What's that you say? Sounds shockingly familiar? Thankfully the women, Mrs Page and Ford, in the play realise what is happening- and expose the fucker.
To find out more about why I call *looks both ways* Macbeth The Scottish Play have a read of Shakespeare Sunday 200817.
People often associate freedom like the Shakespeare quote, being free to roam and do as you please, but actually, it's the opposite. The freedom that we're given is under a multiple of different restrictions. To suppose otherwise would be rather short-sighted.