fancy dinner gets ruined by akuma and Adrien can’t abscond and transform since all eye’s on him then ladybug arrives to save the day or just an excuse to draw ladybug protecting Adrien while being badass.
1. Cactus decor. Cacti are super easy to maintain (most only need to be watered once a week) and look great anywhere you put them. Buy them from a supermarket that also sells plants as opposed to a nursery because they will be cheaper.
2. Buy Febreze. Unexpected visitors are lovely, but not when your apartment smells like a baboon’s armpit. Febreze is affordable and lasts a long time, I use it on a weekly basis because I have two cats that love pooping when I have guests.
3. Baking Soda and vinegar are your one-stop cleaning solution for everything. Clogged drains, shower heads, cat pee stains, etc.
4. Ladies. Have sex while on you’re period. I can’t explain why, but it will be the best sex you ever had. Science side of Tumblr please explain.
5. First floor apartments suck. I lived in a first floor apartment for a year and a half and literally will never live in one again. They’re freezing in the winter and damp in the summer. Don’t waste your time!
6. Can’t pay your electric? I was in serious to debt to my local apartment (after living in a first floor apartment) and told them that I was unable to pay my $850 debt because it was more than my month’s rent. They worked with me and put me on a special program called POP where they paid off my debt for me, so long as I continued my regular monthly payments. There are options, you just need to ask and be persistent.
7. Don’t by olive oil. It’s sometimes three times as expensive as other oils like canola or vegetable oil. High quality olive oil can run you up to $25, if you’re buying olive oil for $4 then chances are it’s heavily diluted.
8. Swiffer. Swiffer mops take up very little space in your closet, and you can buy store brand mop pads for a fraction of the Swiffer brand price. I’m especially partial to Shoprites pads, they smell so damn good.
9. Beaded curtain. Small apartment? Throw a beaded curtain in the hallway to make your apartment seem larger.
10. File your taxes as an Independent. Your parents are receiving a tax break if you’re filing as a dependent under them, but that tax break hurts you. You will end up paying more taxes in the long run, because the government thinks that your parents still support you. File as an independent if you are no longer living with them and supporting yourself, they loose the tax break but you (the starving college student) will not be charged as much by the state.
So I came across this photo in a vet magazine. It’s not their most questionable photo this month, but I feel like there’s a few points missing. Aside from the fact that this must be a new graduate to still have a heart that is warm and not cynical from experience, it’s also missing:
- Scarred arms from a thousand happy cat claws
- Fluroscein stain on fingertips
- Bags under eyes from lack of sleep
- Matching bruises on forehead and palm from frequent facepalming.
- Painful feet from long shifts standing
- Super sized bladder for extra storage on shift
- Hair pulled out in frustration
- Gradually increasing waistline
- Dried tears on our cheeks
- An ear that’s been practically talked off by lonely people who insist on telling you about every pet they’ve ever owned, alive or dead.
- Bruises on legs from unknown culprits.
But I suppose that wouldn’t look as nice in a magazine trying to sell you investment insurance.
When is an eye problem reason to go in to the vet? The simple answer is any time you notice it! On the other hand, a little redness might just be from sitting in front of a fan or digging in the yard. Good rule of thumb: If there’s squinting or mucous discharge take your pet in. Let’s see if I can make that rhyme. Blinky with goo, to the vet with you! (Meh. I’ll work on it.)
If I see an animal with blepharospasm (winky eye) and severe conjunctivitis (inflammation of the conjunctiva—for any reason not just infection) or chemosis (swelling or edema of the conjunctiva), I’ll want to check a few things. I’ll definitely look for a scratch or other defect of the cornea. The outer layer of the eye ball is the cornea, and a simple test can detect a scratch. Fluorescein stain is placed on the eye. If the outer layer of the cornea is disturbed, the stain will stick to the eye. It’s easy to see with a black light, and as a bonus, if you play Dark Side of the Moon it synchs up perfectly!
If there is no corneal defect, we can use steroids in the eye. If there’s a scratch, it can make things way worse. It’s a good way to lose the eye. So let your vet do that test. Don’t risk it.
We may also check tear production (that’s called a Schirmer tear test) or the eye pressure (called tonometry). Those tests will be done based on other factors such as the duration of the problem or the presence of other clinical signs.
If a corneal wound is not healing or if it’s severe we might send you right to the veterinary ophthalmologist. Yep, there are lots of them around. If you live in a city with an ophthalmologist, you might get sent there sooner than you think. Eyes are very sensitive and small problems can become big in a hurry.
So take them as soon as you notice a problem, don’t just keep an eye on it (see what I did there).
This post marks my tenth Weekly Adulting Blog! Woot woot. I’ve amassed a lot of new followers since first starting this weekly post, and more of you wonderful and supportive people join me every day. Because of this, I have decided to recycle some of my favorite suggestions from the past nine posts for today’s blog.
1. Important documents. One of the first things you should do before you move out is get all your important documents from your parents/guardians. I’m talking your Social Security Card, Birth Certificate, high school or college transcripts, banking information, etc. Trust me.
2. Baking Soda and vinegar are your one-stop cleaning solution for everything. Clogged drains, shower heads, cat pee stains, etc.
3. Automatic payments. Don’t enroll in automatic bill payments unless you’re extremely comfortable with the company. This will prevent companies from charing your bank account or credit card extra without your consent. For example, I’m confident that Birchbox won’t overcharge me, but have less faith in Verizon.
4. Scented trash bags. Are literally the same price as regular trash bags, but help keep your trash smelling manageable.
5. Food hygiene. Rewrap/repackage your deli meats and cheeses a few days after purchasing them. Wrapping paper has a shorter shelf life than the products themselves and will cause them to spoil early.
7. Keep paper bills. Bills such as internet, rent, and utility for up to five months. These help prove residency, which will be useful when applying for Medicaid, in-state tuition, and for some jobs. If you’re not receiving any sort of paper bills, keep pay stubs with your address on them instead.
8. Reuse containers. Get takeout often? Takeout containers are microwave and dishwasher safe, and are often durable enough to substitute as tupperware. Wash and reuse them!
9. Folding chairs. These are the answer to limited seating space in a small apartment. In my first apartment I threw a “Bring Your Own Chair” party because I literally had three chairs and a couch. Now I store my folding chairs in the closet during the winter, and leave them outside all summer long.
10. Airborne. Flu season is upon us! Go immediately to your local pharmacy and pick up a pack of this magical tablets. When your throat starts to feel scratchy in that characteristic pre-sickness way, pop one in a glass of water. If you catch your cold early on, these will effectively prevent your from getting sick. Satisfaction guaranteed.
A/N: I am so tired guys. But it’s finished and I will go to sleep. I am sorry for all the mistakes though. I am not a native so, yeah. Did proofread it though! Do tell me what you think! I suck at writing angst, so it’s always very precious to know what job I did on this one. I literally spend 10 minutes thinking up a summary, so I am sorry if this is kinda misleading…I am not good at them.
Summary: It all counts down to this very moment where seven years of his life align and he is once again making the wrong decision.
Pairing: Draco Malfoy x Reader
Word Count: 8491
Warnings: Draco being Draco. Torture, some sort of angst