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Living with big brother Prussia 

A.K.A. Do you have any idea with what I have to deal with every day? 

((I dunno, just something random to pass the time. I love the things we record together and I miss her. As you see, it’s so difficult to stay serious around her, haha, she’s such a dork <3 but so am I.))

APH Prussia: @askawesomepreussen
APH Germany: @ask-the-german-commander

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@woah-broah said: “i was wondering if you could do an imagine of the reader and jughead always sharing glances at each other and being too shy to talk to each other at school. Ronnie and Archie end up getting tired of watching them not do anything and end up talking to them and set them up for a date at pops??”


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anonymous asked:

Am I obligated to do sensory therapy or any other kind of therapy? My mom says that I should because my sensory processing problems. But I don't want to put myself through this. I have seen some videos of it and it seems horrible to me. I don't wanna do it, I feel like I can live without it really good. But my mom thinks otherwise, she says that if I continue the way I am (not eating a lot of things, refusing to do other stuff because of noise or stuff) I will end up alone. Help me please. 😭

You are definitely not obligated to do any kind of therapy you don’t want to. Therapy should be your choice, not something you are forced into.

Further, your mom is wrong. You won’t end up alone because of your sensory issues. Having a limited diet and refusing to participate in things that cause you pain will not make it so that you are alone. There are many people who are accommodating and accepting of other’s differences. Further, you may find some autistic friends or partners who also have sensory issues and thus understand what you’re going through. Regardless, you won’t end up alone unless you chose to be alone.



March 23, 2017 – Big Cat Rescuers have just gotten on the road with 2 adult bobcats rescued from The Mobile Zoo in Alabama. Officers with Mobile County (Alabama) Animal Control seized the bobcats and other remaining animals from the zoo this morning in a secret raid.

We could not give you details about this rescue until Jamie and Afton, and the other rescuers, were safely on the highway leaving Alabama with these precious bobcats. The bobcats will arrive at their forever home at Big Cat Rescue in Tampa this evening. Our team is also on the ground at the sanctuary readying their new spacious enclosure.

We don’t know a lot about these bobcats. We’re told they are both four years old; one is male and the other is female. They have been living in the same cage at the Mobile Zoo.

We do know quite a bit about the sordid history of the Mobile Zoo and its owner. The Mobile Zoo was shut down and its license revoked by USDA in November 2016. Last week (March 16, 2017) the owner of the zoo, John Marks Hightower, was arrested on 28 counts of animal cruelty. The Mobile County District Attorney’s office filed charges after a search warrant was served at the zoo and Mobile County Animal Control and veterinarians assessed the condition of the animals remaining at the facility.

The Mobile Zoo, located in Wilmer, Alabama, was closed and its license revoked by USDA last November after numerous complaints of animals being mistreated. The most recent inspection found cages with dried feces, an accumulation of pests in the animal enclosures, unstable den conditions and possible blood stains that were never cleaned up.

At its peak, the zoo housed more than 75 animals, ranging from bears, to tigers and lions as well as monkeys and birds. USDA had repeatedly cited the zoo for rotted food in a refrigerator that had maintenance issues, and rotted meat in the enclosures with the lions and tigers. Since Hightower owned the animals, not all of them were immediately seized and taken, but his arrest this week signaled that the investigation into the facility found conditions were not adequately improved for Hightower to keep the animals.

Can we count on you to help us fund the rescue of these 2 bobcats and their ongoing care at Big Cat Rescue? This is your chance to REALLY make a difference in the lives of these precious wild cats! It’s because of wonderful donors like YOU that we can continue to rescue and provide a permanent home for exotic cats. Thank you!



ladydreamgirl  asked:

I was wondering if you had any posts other than the "Things I will not do to my characters" live journal post laying out potentially triggering things that you will or won't include in your work under your own name? I have a vague memory of reading something of the sort from you, but now I can't find it and I want to know wether I need to look up spoilers for my triggers so that I can comfortably continue reading the Toby books after running into a trigger I didn't expect.

Unfortunately, no.  The “things I will not do to my characters” post was less about trigger warnings, and more about “this is a thing I do not do, if you’re looking for the thing, you will not find it here.”  Everything else is still on the table if I need it.

I don’t know what triggered you, so I can’t say whether that thing is going to happen again.  I also can’t promise, even if there are no plans for a thing now, that something won’t happen in the future.  I try to be kind, and I try to be mindful, but I am also working from the place of my own sensitivities, and that maze sometimes takes me to places where you may not want to go.

If you want to ask direct questions, I can sometimes answer them; I will frequently not answer them publicly, so a new Ask would be best.

  • jinx: janna, did you call the doctor and schedule my appointment yet?
  • janna: yeah i did but jinx, why do you still wanna go to a pediatrician?
  • jinx: 'cause a regular doctor doesn't give me candy at the end. duh.
  • janna: i cant keep doing this, i'm not your mom.
  • jinx: weeeelll..
  • lux: you do exhibit rather...motherly behavior, janna!
  • jinx: yeah, my parents live in bermuda. lulu's parents died in that train accident.
  • lulu: trains are fast.
  • jinx: so you're like a mom. team mom! team mom, team mom, team mo-
  • janna: i'm not the team mo-
  • all: team mom! team mom! team mom!
  • janna: poppy, why are YOU chanting?!
  • poppy: it's catchy.
  • *silence*
  • lulu: TEAM MO-

I got a 3-year contract at my job! I’m an adjunct English professor (technically an instructor because no PhD, but…), and this is a very big deal. But basically this is a huge relief and gives me security that few other people in my position have.

I’m going to go on and on about what this means and talk about being an adjunct in the US university system below, if that interests you. If any of you have ever considered working as a professor as a job possibility.

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anonymous asked:

What city do you live in if you don't mind my asking and how old are you?

I live in Los Angeles, CA and I’m 23 years old

I like riding bikes on Santa Monica Pier and getting my hairline razored. I get my hair cut at a steel 1, bald on the sides— with the grain cuz it make my waves look better. I be reading and listening to records AWL DAY and I like to twerk slow, not fast. I also like mimosas and Rick & Morty.

A colleague of mine asked me why up until now I am single like it’s been years since my last relationship. He told me to go for a blind date. Like seriously? I am really not a fan of finding-ms-right thingy.

For me, love will come unexpectedly. We should not find or look for it. Besides, I am enjoying life being single. No curfew, no obligations, no pain. I am telling you, I can live without someone else so fuck his idea of me doing blind date. Hahahaa.

I was so devastated in my previous relationship. I can’t afford to see myself suffering again with the wrong person. I deserve happiness like everyone does. I deserve the life I’ve been dreaming since I was a kid. I deserve the love without boundaries, ifs and buts. I deserve the person who is not afraid to argue with me and say sorry after.

It may impossible but who knows, I will be just right here. Waiting for my turn.

advice for college freshmen:

tolkien your essays; hemingway your emails

essays are tangents and rabbit holes and diversions, woven together with lots of unnecessary descriptive words to demonstrate a proficient understanding of a subject you were meant to research in more depth but did not, in place of other pursuits, or could not, because you chose your subject poorly, and so now you must flesh out an arduous ten-page research paper and convince your scrutinizing instructor that you are well-versed in the topic at hand.

emails are blunt. say what you mean. be specific. end it quickly.