One of the first conversations me and my partner ever had was over text on their way to help move my sister's family in to the house we now all share. My partner was my sister's friend and we had met twice before this text exchange, but we did not know each other very well and had not interacted overmuch on those two meetings. We had started talking because I had reached the house first and we were simply coordinating plans for the day, and over the course of this conversation they asked me if the new house had any good "Goblin hiding spots." My partner often refers to themself as a goblin and tucking themself into small, secluded corners to get a few minutes of alone time gives them a feeling of safety and control over their surroundings. Not one to disappoint or give up the chance to be a bit of a showman, I began filming and sending a series of short video tours of potential hiding spots for one of such tendencies throughout the house. This whistlestop tour included tucked away corners of rooms, the downstairs half bathroom, and most importantly the sizeable walk in closet attached to what would be my new bedroom.