Grace-Happens

anonymous asked:

you should write one about their first day/night moved in together!

Harry Styles is waging his options. He’s narrowed it down to two, but neither are very appealing: break up with Grace or compromise when he thinks he’s already compromised enough. He settles for neither and crosses his arms as Grace stares him down. He’s not going to let her break him. He let her paint their bedroom a color called Sweet Honeydew Melon. He has to put his foot down somewhere.

“Harry,” Grace says slowly and her arms are crossed too and her eyebrows are cocked. She’s wearing her worn out UT shirt and a pair of flimsy shorts, her hair piled on top of her head. She’s dusty and dirty and sweaty from moving, but Harry doesn’t think she’s ever looked better. Still, he’s not letting that weaken his stance.

“Grace,” he replies just as slowly. “It’s not happening.”

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General heads up! I’m going to copy over my sideblogs of X/1999 put them all into a queue here shortly, so you should be able to find them all randomly showing up on the blog quite soon. As always they’ll be under a cut, because this series has some nasty violence and I don’t want to shove that in the face of anyone who doesn’t want to see it. Please feel free to ignore them entirely if this series is not your thing. 

But if it helps there will be Sorata. 

Teach them. Teach them many things, but especially something like this: you are loved. You matter (pointing to the crucifix). That’s how much you matter. Teach them that there is forgiveness available, no matter how bad our moral failures may be. Teach them they do not have to hide them, they just have to come to Him with them and He’ll wash them away, because God is rich in mercy and He loves to forgive.

But teach them also that life is hard. This is no dream that we live. We don’t preach illusions, we preach Christ crucified and we are called to share in His cross. But, though life is hard, and though the Cross comes to each of us, there is Grace. For every moment, no matter what happens. Not Grace for tomorrow, just Grace for today. So we need not fear. Teach them that death has been destroyed. It’s been changed into a doorway, and we don’t have to be terrified by it anymore.“

—  Fr. John Riccardo