Tagged by the beautiful @d2diamond
Rules: you have to tag 15 people at the end of this challenge.

5 things you’ll find in my bag:

  • tissue paper
  • house keys
  • phone
  • purse
  • teabags

5 things you’ll find in my bedroom:

  • tissue paper
  • tea tree oil
  • too much paper
  • candy
  • biscuits

5 things I’ve always wanted to do:

  • write a book
  • do academic research
  • find a sport that I really like and do it often
  • try more cooking/baking recipes
  • have kids

5 things that make me feel happy:

  • chocolate
  • cats
  • children
  • cake
  • cute people

(I didn’t realise they all started with C until I got to “children” hahaha)

5 things I’m currently into:

  • Yuri!!! on Ice
  • Fullmetal Alchemist
  • My Little Pony (has anyone else watched season 7 episode 13? I need to cry about it to someone :’’))
  • Writing
  • Crying over good fanfiction

5 things on my to-do list:

  • Research for my Viktuuri debate AU fic
  • Practice drawing
  • Write
  • Start packing to move into my college dorm
  • Clean my room

I tag @cutiepieminho, @inkuisitivskins, @betelxeuse, @royai-is-love, @anglmukhii, @worldofcopperwings, @otpmorelikeohthepain, @illidria, @technoxslayer360, @waddiwasiwitch, @zhzhel, @spacecake00, @presidentofamestris, @ice-ice-minami, @yet-he-was-intrepid

louis is so fucking obvious about who he really is and and what he really cares about and how much he hates doing this shit, yet i still have to see so many people on this hellsite questioning him on a near daily basis and that’s honestly so disheartening to see. and if it’s this hard for me to watch when i’m just a fan of his, i can’t imagine how it feels to be him or to be the people closest to him.

So I ran out of time this weekend to do pages, but here’s one of the rough sketches I did for page 101!

This version of the page was scrapped because it was extremely boring and I wanted something to finally turn blue.

5 keys to finding a good church

Anonymous asked: I need to leave the church I grew up in. I read what you write, and it sounds quite different from what I hear in my church. But all my friends go there, and I’m worried that they’ll freak out, and I’ll never see them again, and I know that’s a silly reason to stay. I don’t know where to start looking, and part of me is worried that all these other churches might be just as bad.

Unka Glen answered: I’m sorry that things aren’t working out where you are, but I think if we take a big picture look at this problem, we will immediately turn things around to the positive. Let’s look at five key steps to finding a new church:

1. It’s not about how bad it is, it’s about how good it could be. Your spiritual health is important, and your only obligation is to your Savior. He’s calling you to find a place where your spiritual needs are being met. It doesn’t matter how good or bad your church is, it only matters that you follow where He leads you.

2. Skip the guilt about leaving. One of the most bizarre and enduring myths about church, is this idea that you’d go to one church forever, and this one church would meet every need you have throughout your entire spiritual journey. While I guess it would be nice if that worked out, it is extremely unlikely, and far from the norm.

3. Churches vary wildly in quality. Part of our ministry is visiting, evaluating, and partnering with churches (we’ve looked at hundreds at this point). This often feels looks like going from McDonald’s, to Taco Bell, to KFC, to suddenly finding a home cooked meal by a relative who loves you and makes your favorite dish. Do a lot of looking, good churches are rare, but worth the effort.

4. Know where to look. There are good churches everywhere, but generally the suburbs are the worst place to start looking. Likewise, large membership churches are rarely good. Always look for a pastor who directly works with poor people. Look for good doctrine, and avoid any kind of manipulation through fear or guilt.

5. Fellowship is key. Good fellowship will create stability while you make the transition to a new church. If you have a small group where you feel comfortable, where you read the Bible and share your struggles on living it out, then you could basically add worship music, and you’re most of the way to having church break out. If you feel like a number where you are, and you feel lost in the crowd, and the pastor doesn’t even know your name, it’s time to be active in finding, or creating, quality Christian community.

anonymous asked:

So if I'm not wrong Louis went to LA on Saturday,the day before Harry arrived.He was alone because Elk let us know she was in London and he didn't see his kid because "he's far too up Elk's arse to be with him" (thanks Trashley).So he went there on Saturday and he left yesterday, presumably the day before Harry will leave too because he's done with the lls since the carpool karaoke is prerecorded. How many of these coincidences have there been? How many of them will there be during Louis'promo?

so many coincidences, tsk tsk