also full view is best view

anonymous asked:

Best sanvers fanfic you've ever read?

Probably a cross between these two: or (both unfished though, like I check for updates every day)

Otherwise, I read like the first 52 chapters of this in like one sitting oooops (super smutty though)

If you want complete stuff then this series is hella cute 

This is cute af

Also this omg this was golden

Okay so that was more than one but I can’t choose I love so many!! There are probably others I love more but just cant think of right now but these one should totally be read !!

If you didn’t guess already I’m a sucker for Maggie being accepted into the family

Light and Dark

 This video shows one of my new favorite things about the solstice. The Japanese Meteorological Agency’s Himawari-8 weather satellite is in a geostationary position over the Pacific Ocean and eastern parts of Asia, sending down pictures to monitor weather over that part of the planet. In the process, it gets a full frame view of the orb of the Earth, and it automatically shares clips from its cameras online. Here’s the view taken as the sun set yesterday just before the official solstice time – take a look at the poles. The North pole never exits a shadow and the South Pole is a tiny sliver of light that never goes away – the best shot you’ll get of this arrangement for a year. This one also gives some nice sunglint on the sea just before the sun goes down – reflection of the sunlight off the smooth surface of the ocean.


Video Credit: Himawari-8 satellite

when someone says something bad about exo :

 me: *crouches* oh no they didn’t??

friend: she bout to do it!!!

me: but exo are double(tripple) million sellers, got one million purchases on v app, 660,000 pre-orders on the ex’act album, received a full score on inkigayo, sold more albums than 1D in 2015,won best album of the year 3 times in a row AND got 4.5 million views on monster in 24 hours topping call me baby’s 4.1 million views…so your comment is technically irrelevant?

also me: *dabs all the way home*