but i didn't know which one to choose

coming of age

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“Come back soon!” Her mom says.

She is by the doorway, finishing tying her sport shoes.

She nods and then takes off.

“Are you Moon?”

“Yes,” she replies and smiles at the man behind the desk, not yet tired of this routine. She clutches a few Pokedollars in her hand, looking to buy some revives.

“Wow!” He says, breathless and hands shaking as he bends down to unlock the cabinet. “That means that you can purchase even more items. You’re the first ever Alola champion, after all!”

The smile doesn’t leave her face but something hurts a bit more.

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lepetitcomte  asked:

Favorite Harry tattoo?

All of them!!! Including the BIG he wrote on his big toe, I love his tattoos so much but if I have to choose a favourite one then I’m gonna go with

It’s so aesthetically pleasing and well done, and even if I don’t know the meaning behind it, of course, it still holds an important meaning to me personally because he is my anchor.

Then of course there’s this one 

which I love for entirely selfish reasons since it’s my initial! But apart from that, the font is gorgoeus.

Also, we can’t forget this masterpiece, which is so Harry I actually weep

A moth!!!!! ON HIS TUMMY!!!!!!! Like… butterflies!!!! In your stomach!!!!!!

And well, I guess it’s  a crime not to mention the ferns tattoo here, which hugs his love handles so nicely, it’s so pretty!!!!

I shall call him squishy!!!!!

And if I don’t talk about the ship tattoo when I’m discussing Harry’s tattoos then I feel physically sick so 

Conclusion: he’s so beautiful and his tattoos are just as beautiful!

the signs as classic books

aries: of mice and men by john steinback

taurus: frankenstein by mary shelley

gemini: to kill a mockingbird by harper lee

cancer: the diary of a young girl by anne frank

leo: the great gatsby by f. scott fitzgerald 

virgo: jane eyre by charlotte brontë

libra: pride and prejudice by jane austen

scorpio: dracula by bram stoker

sagittarius: a christmas carol by charles dickens

capricorn: a tale of two cities by charles dickens

aquarius: the iliad by homer

pisces: the hobbit by j.r.r tolkien


Beth Greene Appreciation Week: day 5; favorite quote
The thing is, I’ve been starting to get afraid that it’s easier just to be a f r a i d. But this morning Daddy said something, “If you don’t have hope, what’s the point of living?”

“‘Scuse me,” in one motion, Delilah bent down and gathered up a book that had fallen from a fellow student’s bag, tapping them lightly on the shoulder as she rose to her feet. She held it out to them, smile in place, “You dropped this. Or, well… more accurately, I’m pretty sure there’s a hole in your schoolbag, and it slipped through. Which is quite a problem.” @wickscommaemmett/@peytonispossible /@peterlefou /@flowerchildmicah