Cure For A Cold → Harry and Louis

After a long night of feeling so bad as well as throughout the day today, Harry was finally starting to feel better. The only downside of it all, was now Louis wasn’t feeling too great. Knowing the kind of boyfriend he had to be, he needed to make sure he got all in the world that would make the older boy feel better. As sucky as it was to not be in the house, nor’ the tour bus; Haz had to resort to requesting people to make tea and he knew exactly how Louis was with them making his tea. After a bit of talking on the phone and specifically requesting in full detail how the older liked his tea, Harry made sure to get just about anything else he needed before going to the one particular room just he and Louis stayed in. The boys usually tended to room together, but with the two just becoming a couple, Haz felt it necessary to be alone. 

Grabbing onto the blanket Louis happened to have an exact match of but in another color, Harry smiled then went to the bathroom to grab some cold medicine. Shoving it into his bag, he looked around the room and then shrugged. Once stepping out of his room, he noticed someone with the tea he requested. “Thank you..” He said to the other, making sure to grasp the tea firmly then rush off to the room. Glancing around momentarily for the management, he rolled his eyes before just walking in then shutting the door afterwards. Looking to Louis who happened to just be laying there, wrapped tightly in a blanket, Harry walked right over and set the drink down as well as the medicine before unfolding his blanket and wrapping it right around the other. “I brought medicine and tea for you too for whenever you want it..” He said softly, leaning down and gently kissing the others temple. 

Chick Flicks and Chocolate || Sugcedes Para

Sugar gathered up the things that she needed to bring along to Mercedes’ place and picked up the Drew Barrymore movie.  She shook her head and put it away.  It wasn’t her thing.  She never really understood the movies about the nerdy girl who learned to love herself or the loser who somehow miraculously became a winner.  Those movies were so… not believable, to her.  BUT - they didn’t have to be.  they were movies and she was going to go watch them with one of her favorite people.  She jumped in the car and sped, carelessly to her destination and rang the doorbell, dancing around excitedly.  Nail polish!  And chocolate!  "Lovecheeks!  Open up!  I come bearing chocolate and stuff!“


So. This is my first submission to someone else’s tumblr.

I’m not too sure if I’m doing anything right. If something’s wrong, please let me know. ; v ;

So, uh, yeah. Enjoy my Yveltal fanart. Even though if it’s sucky.

Done in ShiPainter Pro


Nope, you did just fine! And it looks really awesome, I love it! I think Yveltal is one of my favorite new Pokémon from gen 6. Thank you for the submission!

Commissions for a Cause

Hello, Tumblr!

A very kind rescue (Maypop Wildlife Rescue) that takes in the unconventional babs needs help. With fall here, more babies are being brought in to Maypop Wildlife rescue daily!

The problem with this? They’re almost out of formula so lil babies like this?

Are going to put a bit of a strain on them as more flood in.

Because of that, I’m offering “commissions for a cause” in which, I take art commissions and instead of paying me? You pay possumtree!

Pricing Details are as follows:

Messy Sketches: 3 USD

Line art: 5 USD 

Flat colored: 8 USD

Shaded colored: 10 USD

Detailed painting: 20 USD

Backgrounds (Optional) (Add this onto above prices):

Messy, simplistic: 3 USD

Detailed, simplistic: 5 USD

Detailed, elaborate: 10 USD


adoptable” sheets: 15 USD per 6 creatures (You can turn around and resell them individually for digital, in game, or real currency) 

For more than one creature in each painting, please add an additional following:

Messy Sketches: 1 USD

Line art: 3 USD 

Flat Colored: 5 USD

Shaded color: 8 USD

Detailed painting: 10 USD



Draw human figures (Unless you’d like a stick figure or something Idk man, I suck at human anatomy)


DO NOT pay them until I get the drawing complete- sometimes life gives me unexpected curve balls and I may be unable to complete your request right away. So please wait until I give you the go-ahead to send the money!


If you simply want to donate, please follow the instructions on this post

Attention Gunkies!

Entries for February’s “Gotta Sketch ‘Em All” contest are being accepted all month long! If you’d like to see me custom draw you your favorite Pokémon, then take a second and enter! It’s quite easy and takes less than a minute of your time!

Pick 1, or 2, or 20 Pokémon you’d like to see me draw, and send their names to me. I’ll write each one down individually and count them each as an entry. At the end of the month, I pick a winner! But don’t fret if your entry wasn’t chosen! All remaining entries carry over for a chance to win the following month! So your entries are always valid, even if they don’t win for the month you enter for. This allows everyone who puts an entry in many chances to win. And the more entries you put in, the better your chances are!

So go ahead and enter!

For a complete set of rules to my “Gotta Sketch ‘Em All” contest, click here: [X]

If you’d like to submit an entry (or even multiple entries), click here: [X]

If you’d like to see my past work as well as previous winners, you can do so here: [X]


Are you an artist yourself? Do you like to draw Pokémon and want to show the world? Well now you can! I accept all fan art done by you and will gladly post it here on my blog for all the Pokéworld to see! Just make sure to follow the guidelines I created below~

For a complete list of guidelines to submit your fan art to my blog, click here: [X]

To submit, click here: [X]


Hispanic Heritage Month!

Presidential Proclamation




From the earliest days of our Republic, Hispanic Americans have written crucial chapters in our national story. Hispanics have honorably defended our country in war and built prosperity during times of peace. They run successful businesses, teach our next generation of leaders, and pioneer scientific and technological breakthroughs. This month, America acknowledges these vital contributions and celebrates our Hispanic heritage.

Hispanic Americans represent an array of distinct and vibrant cultures, each of which enriches communities in valuable ways. Just as America embraces a rich blend of backgrounds, those who journey to our shores embrace America. Sharing the dream of equality and boundless opportunity, many Hispanics have marched for social justice and helped advance America’s journey toward a more perfect Union. Last year, I was proud to establish the César E. Chávez National Monument in honor of an American hero, a man who reminded us that every life has value, that together, those who recognize their common humanity have the power to shape a better world.

As César Chávez’s example teaches us, we must never scale back our dreams. My Administration remains committed to building a rising, thriving middle class, a middle class accessible to the Hispanic community and to all Americans. As we continue to implement the Affordable Care Act, more than 10 million uninsured Latinos will gain access to coverage. To reduce health disparities, my Administration will work to educate, engage, and enroll Hispanic Americans in the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Last year, we lifted the shadow of deportation off young people who are American in every way but on paper. Today, I am as determined as ever to pass commonsense immigration reform – reform that helps American workers get a fairer deal, adds more than one trillion dollars to our economy, and provides a pathway to earned citizenship. A bipartisan bill consistent with these principles has already passed the Senate, and a growing coalition of Republicans and Democrats is calling for action.

Whether our ancestors crossed the Atlantic in 1790 or the Rio Grande in 1970, Americans are bound by a set of common values – a love of liberty and justice, the belief that a better life should await anyone willing to work for it. As we celebrate the unique influences of Hispanic cultures during National Hispanic Heritage Month, let us also rededicate ourselves to realizing our shared aspirations.

To honor the achievements of Hispanics in America, the Congress by Public Law 100-402, as amended, has authorized and requested the President to issue annually a proclamation designating September 15 through October 15 as “National Hispanic Heritage Month.”

NOW, THEREFORE, I, BARACK OBAMA, President of the United States of America, do hereby proclaim September 15 through October 15, 2013, as National Hispanic Heritage Month. I call upon public officials, educators, librarians, and all Americans to observe this month with appropriate ceremonies, activities, and programs.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this thirteenth day of September, in the year of our Lord two thousand thirteen, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and thirty-eighth.