Rhinos do not have an easy time conceptualizing our Imaginary Wardrobes. We ponder how much is enough, vs how much is too much, vs how could a little more hurt?
More is More, which is more than the former More, right?
Why hold back? Say no more.
Rhinos have lots of Imagination, so you might think that with a certified, genuine Magic Lamp, We could come up with some remarkable wishes.
But We have to say, mostly even when Rhinos get what We asked for, the thrill of satisfaction is often missing. The thing is what We wanted, but it does not scratch the itch We felt it would.
Funny about that.
Rhinos are always open to Good Suggestions, but when it comes to Rules, We are less responsive. Who is in a position to know more than We do? (Other than our Moms.)
No, almost every Rule Rhinos need to know comes from Nature. We are hard-wired by Nature and follow Nature’s dictates. School is always in session.
And that works out hunky-dory.
Before Maryland became the 7th State in 1788, it was a Crown Colony, chartered in 1632. The King at the time was Charles the First, and the territory was named for his queen, Henrietta Maria. A nice gesture, for sure.
Maryland has a lot of coastline around the Chesapeake Bay, as you see. Much fishing and sailing, and shipping. Plus a lot of varied weather and terrain. Plus likable Residents.
A Rhino Note: Black Eyed Susans, the Maryland state flower, are not poisonous, but they do offer nasty aftershocks if you overindulge.
Rhinos are mostly an easy-going gang. We go about our daily doings, exercising our wits and trying to pay attention to issues which demand it.
But We know there are some that are addicted to Superstitions and unusual Agitation.
The Rhino rule of thumb is: if it doesn’t smell scary, We can probably relax.