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Olicity fans: join your shipdom Wednesday, December 7th as we trend >>> Vintage Olicity

We had a great turn out last week, pulling together to create a unified voice of Oliver and Felicity love that trended across the United States and Worldwide, plus multiple countries like Canada, Italy, Poland, and many, many more. Let’s do it again this week!

Don’t have a Twitter account? Open one today! It only takes a few minutes to do. Super early.

Please Remember:

- capitalize the first letter of each word in the trend slogan (Vintage Olicity)

- do not use a hashtag

- do add additional text to your tweet, along with the slogan, as well as any pictures or gifs you’d like

- do not tweet just the slogan with a gif/picture as that will be considered spam and not count toward the trend

- only use the trend slogan once per tweet. Using it multiple times in a tweet = spam

- do not use gibberish, emojis, numbers, or special characters in your tweet as they may be considered spam and not count in the trend

- when you go to RT someone else’s tweet, use the Quote Tweet option, add your additional comment + the trend slogan and *then* retweet it. This will count toward the trend. Just RT or liking a tweet does not add to the trend

- if your account is private, you will need to unlock it during the trend for your tweets to count

***Do Not Get Twitter Jailed***

I have an advent calender. When I opened the 5th door today I realized that there are only 19 days till Christmas. The time is running. I had to think about something:
Every year we get so excited for this advent time and for Christmas. We buy the first Christmas stuff already in October or even August and can’t wait. We’re so excited about the “Christmas-mood” that we almost forget what Christmas is all about.

It’s about Emanuel. The son of God. The God with us.
It’s about the promised messiah.
The Holy lamb that washed away all our sins.
It’s about an unconditional love and a great sacrifice.
It’s about the son of God, born in poverty.
It’s about great joy and hope.
It’s about Jesus Christus, our savoir and redeemer who was born, lived and never sinned, died as an innocent on a roman cross to save you and me from our sin.

God needed to remind me today, that Christmas is so much more than just a nice mood, chocolate and decorations.
Let’s not forget, that God sent his only and begotten son for us.

So a couple years ago my husband was in an academy and he met this girl in his class. I met her on their graduation day and my husband had told me how she used to always ask about me and say how she liked my vibe.

Fast forward to a couple weeks ago… they reconnected and she asked him about me - I guess she stumbled across my Instagram and noticed I was a Tarot Reader! She opened up to my husband and told him she’s a closet clairvoyant and has since been advancing her mediumship abilities and she knew there was something special about me.

He gave her my # and we started texting today. She opened up to me about her spiritual journey and I shared with her bits and pieces about mine. We made this instant connection and I love knowing I just made a new friend with similar interests in the Metaphysical and paranormal. :)

Card readings are open today! 1-4 EST

Hey everyone! First snow of the season is happening in Boston. I’ll be stuck in the house working from home so I figured I’d do some readings (1p-4p.) these readings will be FREE👏🏻 I have 4 decks to choose from: AG Müller tarot, Celtic tarot, Archangel oracle, and Voices of Saints oracle. If you have a preference let me know. If not, I’ll draw based on the question. Anon is open just be fair to everyone else and only ask one question. Feel free to reblog.

Originally posted by tarotgram

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“A gripping show. It chronicles a sculptural career that is singular for its profusion of color, crafts and materials; its opening up of historical avenues closed by Minimalism; and its faith in both accessibility and advanced art, that other New. And it’s a great way for the Whitney to decamp, tossing the Met the keys, knowing that we won’t soon forget that it still owns the place.” —The New York Times celebrates Jeff Koons: A Retrospective, opening today. 

Photograph by Fred R. Conrad for The New York Times

Percy Weasley