all around the moon

do yall ever become a fan of something like a decade late and play one of their newest games and when you try to go into the past and play the older games with the older graphics and youre just like

I’m in love with this expensive cat

had some folks asking how Milotic!Reigen is doing and since I’m hatching a billion Porygons to send out on wondertrade for xmas guess who’s on dad duty

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i doubt she treated him very well

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Lunar halo above La Silla observatory in Atacama, Chile :) During one of the nights we were lucky to see such an interesting phenomenon as 22° Halo around the moon. The clouds were flying all over the sky and the Moon was quite spectacular indeed ! You can also see setting Orion constellation, as well as Sirius - the brightest star on the sky (in the upper left). I hope you’ll enjoy the view :)

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So, a Water Tribe Betrothal Necklace is, traditionally, a hand-carved piece of jewelry given by a bride-to-be’s intended. It’s clear that a very traditional theme to have is a sense of roundness. This is shown by the first four necklaces shown.

The bottom two, Bolin’s, and Kya’s, differ highly from this, making them non-traditional. Now Bolin’s makes sense in the context we’re given from the show. Eska was shown to be slightly deranged and didn’t understand that Bolin wanted to get out of their relationship. The heavy-gothic themes help to show the dread, despair, and chain-like quality Bolin must feel. Despite this though, it still features a somewhat-round centerpiece like the traditional necklaces do.

But, Kya’s is also different. We found out via Word of God that Kya is LGBTA+. If she’s wearing a necklace, does this mean that her (assumed) wife carved it for her? Did Kya carve out one similarly for her wife? 

I like to assume that the design Kya wears also symbolizes how her relationship is non-traditional, just as her necklace is.

Also don’t picture Korra and/or Asami carving and giving the other a necklace.

Every morning when I wake up, my mother sees my dead looking eyes and asks “what’s wrong?”
And every morning I tell her,
“Nothing at all”
After all, nothing is wrong. The moon is still revolving around earth, and earth is still revolving around the sun. The birds are still chirping, this city is still buzzing.
And this is how life is supposed to be isn’t it? Sometimes soul mates aren’t meant to be together, sometimes one becomes unhealthy for the other. So you move on, find new people to love and you never allow yourself to wonder
“will I ever love anyone else I meet the same way I loved them?”
But I’m an over thinker, and that question is always on the back of mind.
“will I ever really be able to move on?”
“If nothing is wrong, then why do you have that look on your face?” my mother asks again.
And I don’t know what else to do except to shrug at her and walk away.
Because nothing is wrong.
Nothing is wrong, but I still wake up half dazed because I would rather be in dreamland than in a reality that refuses to acknowledge my pain.
Nothing is wrong, yet my chest is always tight and there’s a constant imaginary lump in my throat; just on the verge of crying but not quite there.
Nothing is wrong at all, but I suck at goodbyes; and even more so at talking about it.
Nothing is wrong, but nothing is right either.
—  and life goes on, apparently. // a.b

@benjameson: Honestly I would have loved to body slam the hell out of her after this but marrying the hell out of her seems like a better idea all things considered. I love you more than I’ll ever be able to explain or show you, I love you all around the world then up to the moon and back, Tiger. Thank you for being exactly what I’ve always needed, for loving me exactly the way I am and for pulling my head out of my ass on more than on occasion, god knows how much I needed it. You’re my best friend, you always have been and I’m so excited to be able to call you my wife. Just one more sleep and you’re all mine forever, officially. 🐯😘👰💚👫💍 @lydrose — Smith Mansion