Understanding The Small Things

A/N: I know I haven’t updated anything in awhile, I’m really sorry guys, I’ve been super busy and my computer took a shit in June and I haven’t been able to recover anything from it or get a new one. This is my first time on a laptop since June :o But here’s a KakaSaku one shot I wrote earlier today, hope you guys like it :)

Pairing: KakaSaku

Words: 1,615

Summary: There were alot of things Kakashi didn’t understand after the war. His former students were just one of the many things on that list. 

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         Kakashi stood under the awning, the green tiles of the roof hard under his feet. The rain poured above him, the clouds opening up like heaven might fall through at any minute. If there even was a Heaven. He was unsure, he knew there was someplace else, but of Heaven he wasn’t sure.

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Hey there, my name’s Alec. I’ll be 18 in December and have been out as transgender since June 2015. 

I haven’t started HRT or anything like that yet, but I’m working on it. I’m going back to Florida for the second time since I’ve come out, but this time it’s long term, so it’s more important that I pass. 

In your opinion, do I pass well enough to use the men’s room? Do I pass better with or without glasses? How old do I look? Any tips? Thanks in advance.

Hi there Alec, you certainly pass enough to use the men’s restroom. I don’t think there is much difference with the glasses but i’d say you look slightly more ‘masculine’ with them on. You do look fairly young- around 14/15. to look even more masc, you could try contouring your face slightly to create the appearance of a more square jaw.


benz106  asked:

Does anyone know how long from GIC referral to Mr Kneeshaw for top surgery, does it takes for you to get a consultation? I was told there is a 4-6 month wait for surgery with him but my referral was sent off end of June and I haven't heard anything since then. Thanks

The waiting times you’ve been given might be a little optimistic I’m afraid.  At the moment it seems as though there’s a waiting time of around 7 months for a consultation with Mr Kneeshaw, with a surgery date around 4-5 months after this assuming that there are no issues or delays.

It’s a good idea to get in touch with his secretary to check that they’ve got your referral and have the correct contact details for you, and you can also enquire about waiting times at the same time.  You can reach them at 01482 622638.

~ Alex

anonymous asked:

I kept telling myself that I would tell my mom about my mental issues at the beginning of June. Then, the day I was gonna tell her, it was her birthday. Then I moved it to the last day of school (June 15). Then, the end of June. So, yeah, I haven't talked to my mom and keep pushing back the date because I always feel like I'm okay and then, bamn, the depression hits me like a baseball bat. What do you think I should do? (I'm the 16 year old from earlier w/ the issues, sorry man.)

Hello dear,

The thing is, the more and more you push back the day you’re going to tell her, the longer you’ll go without getting help. It’s rough, it’s going to be uncomfortable, and it’s not going to be easy… but nothing worth while ever is.

Even when you feel as if you can’t do something, sometimes the best thing to do is just… do it anyway. No one will tell you it’s easy, everyone will agree that it’s difficult, but it’s still what needs to be done. I like starting off with something smaller… for example, if I’m playing a video game and I have a side quest to turn in that is way out of my way and I really don’t want to do it… I do it anyway. It takes time out of the rest of the game, but in the end I feel good because that quest isn’t sitting in my log anymore.

From there, move up to things that are a bit more difficult. For example, if you know that you need to take a shower but you’re having that state of depression where it just seems impossible… go into the bathroom and turn the water on. That’s a first step. From there it’s one more step at a time… Getting in the water, washing your hair, etc. It’s hard, it’s exhausting, and it sucks… but when you’re out of the water you’ll feel clean, and that’ll improve your day.

You need to talk to your mother. I know this was asked a while ago and I hope you have talked to her, but if not, I really think you should. She will hopefully be able to get you into see a therapist, or at the very least listen to you. Chances are she will really, really care, and will feel glad when you open up to her.

Just know that I love you and the first steps to recovery are ones that you need to take on your own. But the fact that you came here, asking for help, means that you already took a step… and that is something to be proud of.


  “US” by Paul Genova

 (Mr. Paul Genova has been President and Chief Operating Officer of Wireless Telecom Group Inc. since June 30, 2016.

I haven’t said too much about this election since the start…but this is how I feel….

 I’m noticing that a lot of people aren’t graciously accepting the fact that their candidate lost.

In fact you seem to be posting even more hateful things about those who voted for Trump.

 Some are apparently “triggered” because they are posting how “sick” you feel about the results.

 How did this happen you ask? Well here is how it happened!
You created “us” when you attacked our freedom of speech.

 You created “us” when you attacked our right to bear arms.

 You created “us” when you attacked our Christian beliefs.

 You created “us” when you constantly referred to us as racists.

 You created “us” when you constantly called us xenophobic.

You created “us” when you told us to get on board or get out of the way.

You created “us” when you attacked our flag

 You created “us” when you took God out of our schools.

 You created “us” when you confused women’s rights with feminism.

 You created “us” when you began to emasculate men.

 You created “us” when you decided to make our children soft.

You created “us” when you decided to vote for progressive ideals.

 You created “us” when you attacked our way of life.

You created “us” when you decided to let our government get out of control.

 You created “us” the silent majority

 You created “us” when you began murdering innocent law enforcement officers.

 You created “us” when you lied and said we could keep our insurance plans and our doctors.

 You created “us” when you allowed our jobs to continue to leave our country.

You created “us” when you took a knee, or stayed seated or didn’t remove your hat during our National Anthem.

You created “us” when you forced us to buy health care and then financially penalized us for not participating.

       And we became fed up and we pushed back and spoke up.

 And we did it with ballots, not bullets.
 With ballots, not riots.
 With ballots, not looting.
 With ballots, not blocking traffic.
 With ballots, not fires, except the one you started inside of “us”

 "YOU" created “US”.

 It really is just that simple.