an endless skyline

1.) Being outside. There is something so naturally enticing about feeling the grass beneath my feet, the sun kissing my skin and feeling the wind in my hair. It always seems to instantly improve my mood.


2.)Laughing. Laughing at the most meaningless, stupid little corny or even inappropriate things. Laughing until my chest hurts and my stomach aches. Especially laughing with someone I love, and realizing in that moment that my life would not be the same with out them.

3.) Getting out of the house. Going anywhere. Pointless drives to nowhere, buying a $1.25 coffee with the extra change in my purse and people watching, walking in the park or even just  window shopping. Getting out and doing anything fixes racing thoughts and anxious hearts.

3.)Hot baths. Sinking into a steaming hot bath with dim lights and allowing my mind to think about nothing other than the silence and calming heat on my body. Allowing myself to slowly slip into complete intoxicating  sedation.

4.)Exercise. Running and running until I can’t feel my legs. Sweating and getting my heart pumping and my muscles aching in any way possible. Exercise releases endorphin’s and serotonin which decreases anxiety and depression. Being fit and comfortable in your skin is a plus too.

5.)Love. Forehead kisses and being wrapped up in the arms of the one I so deeply  love makes me feel alive, safe and untouchable. Seeing him causes the world to stop, my heart to race and my breath to quicken. Nothing else on the planet matters when we are together. If you haven’t found your soulmate, be patient, you will.  

6.) Adventures. Traveling. Exploring. Watching sunsets in brand new places, and walking on newly touched land is the most invigorating thing that can happen. City skylines, mountains, endless fields of nothing, rivers and oceans that never end. Random conversations with random people. Go everywhere, take risks, do crazy shit, see everything , never pass up an opportunity to experience life and the beautiful world that we take for granted.

—  Six things to make you happy
Ghost/Living Person AU

#41 from the prompts I got forever ago… I’m slowly working through them! <3

(Someone messaged me this number and I wrote it down, so I don’t have it as an actual ask… and I can’t find the original message. So if this is for you let me know?)


Anakin can be forgiven for not remembering it is the anniversary of an event ten years in the past. He is nineteen, bright and beautiful, a devoted Padawan to his master Qui-Gon Jinn and the Order that took him in all those years ago. His world is the warm hallways and lofty salons of the Temple, excursions to other systems always done under the careful wing of his Master.

He does not remember the face of Qui-Gon’s former Padawan, even if he knows his name: Obi-Wan Kenobi. Kenobi exists like a fabled krayt dragon on the homeworld Anakin remembers even less than Kenobi’s face: a figure to be discussed in quiet, hushed tones, a now-legendary name among Padawans.

The Padawan who died slaying the first Sith Lord to be seen in a thousand years, taking a mortal blow meant for Qui-Gon even as he rammed his blade through the creature’s heart.

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@ the fanbase for the Penumbra Podcast
Idk about y'all but this is the perfect podcast to make aesthetic pixel art of?? The streets and lights of Hyperion? the skyline? the endless deserts of mars? The festival lights of the citadel or the glimmering waters of the swamp?
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I would make these myself if i had the resources me hey, just a rad idea

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#can we seriously talk about lincoln’s reaction when he sees daisy?? #he’s like sir yes sir at your service boss #but only you not him #because when mack starts talking he gets all mr. smarty pants #and then just mack wipes the floor with his ass when he gave his badass speech lol #but look at him #he sees her an stands up like he looks worried #i bet he wanted to tell her something #lmao bye

The Sky Court House by Keiji Ashizawa Design

I love contemporary Japanese architecture, so here’s a cool city home that focuses as much on what’s overhead as what’s all around.

The Sky Court House designed by modern Japanese architects Keiji Ashizawa Design is a renovated home - a rarity in Japan in and of itself. This urban house plan has an unusual connection to the city and the sunlight via a rooftop sky court (hence its name!) and many windows, which flood interiors with natural light at every level. Turning the traditional floor plan on its head, this home puts private areas - a family room, bathroom and bedrooms opening onto a private Japanese garden - on the main floor. Keiji Ashizawa Design

Enjoy the virtual tour!

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