***NOTE: Not all of my posts are tagged since I didn’t realize early enough about the tagging system and I had apparently kept screwing it up lmao but I think I’m only missing a couple hundred or so posts so just keep that in mind. Hope you enjoy these reblogs + edits***
I tried translating this the other day for Tandem, but I thought some of you guys would want this too!
YEAH SO I’m!! Not at all fluent in Japanese, I’m self-taught so like. Some of these might be wrong/inaccurate and a fewwww stuff I p much skipped AND also I got pretty lazy towards the end lmao, please forgive me
ANYWAY!! I’ll be putting this under a cut for length! Sorry @ mobile users if the read more doesn’t work hfjsf
I was going to draw Kate and the amazing, gorgeous Tyr, but after drawing Kate, I just got too lazy to finish. Anyway… Hope you like it. I Love your story more than sleep right now. Coming from me, that speaks volumes about how good it is.
I finally finished this and sorry I got lazy with the background. Thanks for all the follows and all the notes! you guys are the best so I drew Ulaz with a crooked smile because I don’t see him smile often. Hope you guys like it! He’s not in sunglasses because I wanted to play around with his eyes so I’m sorry for that
Since I'm 16 (turning 17 in September) and grade 12 is looming ever closely, I've finally got back into skating after realizing how lazy I've been since entering high school, and I've finished learning all the basics like Mohawks, lunges, waltz jumps. the program that caught my eye (3times/week) and after asking the coach (I'm taking group lesson with the community centre, but she's once of the coaches for the club) she said that it would be with younger kids. Should I go for it despite my?
Despite your age? Most definitely. I know I love teaching the adults who end up in my classes because they learn differently then five year olds so it is refreshing for us.
You should just go for it, make the most out of the opportunities you have and only good can come of it!