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7 Reasons Why I’m Convinced My Husband is a Demigod, a Son of Hephaestus

I finally bought hardcover copies of both The Percy Jackson series and The Heroes of Olympus. Trust me, they were a workout to lift. As I was reading the series, I realized–holy crap! I think my husband is a demigod!¬†Specifically, a son of Hephaestus.

If you’re not familiar with the series, a demigod is born from either a Greek and Roman god and a mortal. They display certain characteristics that makes them recognizable and are often fighting monsters or big baddies from old, like Kronos.

I’ve been documenting evidence over the last month to prove it. Here are my results:

1. He has both certified dyselxia and ADHD. (This means his brain is hard wired for ancient languages and for fighting.)IMG_1525
2. He can actually read Greek.

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3. Monsters attack our house. No way are these messes caused by actual human beings.

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4. He can build and fix anything. (This is a characteristic of having Hephaestus as your father–the Greek god of blacksmiths, craftsman, metallurgy, sculptors, artisans, fire, ect.)IMG_1528

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yeah. he built that. I know.

5. He’s naturally athletic. Even his body is hardwired to fight. IMG_1223

6. He collects weapons. Gotta be ready for monster attacks at any time.IMG_1523

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this is some sort of bow/arrow

IMG_1533Shoot, he even sleeps with one under our mattress.IMG_15347. We didn’t meet until college. He could’ve spent years on the run, years at Camp Half-Blood in training to be a Hero and going on missions. His memories of his earlier life could easily have been falsified.

IS THERE ANY DOUBT??

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