Hello, fellow traveler!
My name is Don Osvaldo, or, as they say in my noble mother tongue, sabed que yo me llamo don Osvaldo de Atenas, caballero andante y aventurero!
Last February, I used to be just one of the toys in a tiny children’s playroom near Victoria Square, which is in Athens, Greece. The children came and went, came and went, and I spent a lot of time just lying around waiting for something to happen. And then it did!
Everything changed when I found my humans and they gave me a name. Now I have a family: two humans, three plushies like me, and one cranky old tablet (but hush!). This photo was taken in secret (the other day, Artemisik applied to be put on display in the National Archaeological Museum, but oddly enough, he’s still waiting for a reply). Artemisik is an expert 3G hunter, but above the ground only -- down below, you’d need a Persephone (don’t forget to buy her dinner).
Which brings me back to my mission today. My humans, Maria and Olga, are in a very difficult situation right now. They are in a new country, without family and with very few friends, who have problems of their own. They can't get a job right now, nor a laptop, and quite often we don't have enough to eat or buy the medicines Maria needs to manage her chronic pain.