so myyesterday’s ramblesomehow turned into a fanart?? xD haha for those who don’t know, i have been watching Yuri on Ice yesterday and now i want a Sterek AU of this!!! or even just an Ice Skating AU ;u;!!
Hey, you’ve been to the Wolf Center in Belgium before and met Hannah and Pjotr, right? Did you know they have two new wolves, Swedish ones called Iko and Ian? They’re one year old now, still really cuddly and playful, as you can see in the pictures of me and them. Just thought I’d to let you know in case you wanted to meet them as well. And everyone else, if you care to share this. They jumped at me as a greeting as well. :3 xxx, @onlylonewolfleftalive
Hi! Yes, David and I visited the Wolf Conservation Association back in 2013. You can see pictures and a video of that here. Their website isn’t particularly up to date (their latest news item dates back to around 2012, lol), so I actually didn’t know they have new wolves!
The WCA is a really great organisation who do a really good job
rescuing wolves and educating the public on wolves. You can support them by planning a visit, where you will have the chance meeting some of the cutest fluffs.
The summer after senior year starts normally enough, with the gang spending their final months before college together at the Martin family’s lake house. Then Jackson stumbles onto the burial ground of a witch’s ex-husband, Stiles is magically turned into a fox, and things somehow manage to get worse from there. The gratuitous Princess Bride references are only of moderate help.
Of course Stiles saves the day when Derek gets struck by lightning - supernatural lightning, no less. It’s up to Stiles, the pack, and Deaton to figure out what new threat has descended on Beacon Hills.
The Alpha pack has systematically attacked Stiles and his friends for months, testing their strengths and weaknesses. When one of the Alphas goes after Stiles, he awakens in the hospital and realizes that something’s wrong. Very wrong. All sounds seem to hurt him, he can’t understand what anyone is saying, and when he tries to speak, it’s gibberish. How is he supposed to deal with the fact that he’s lost the ability to communicate with his dad and his friends?
Without his ability to talk, his sarcasm, and his wit, what does Stiles even have left? Enter Derek, the only one who seems to make it better.