el confused

¿De qué sirve siempre dar mucho, apoyar, saber escuchar y siempre estar ahí cuando te necesitan si al final del día siempre vas a dar más de lo que recibes y te vas a seguir sintiendo igual de solo?
LIES

Aries: “Of course you didn’t hear me cry; who do you think I am?! A baby?!!”

Taurus: “I’m not lazy”

Gemini: “Yeah, I’m listening”

Cancer: “I live 100% in the present.. nostalgia is for chumps”

Leo: “I’m not taking it personally!!!!!”

Virgo: “I’m not still psychoanalyzing the same thing I was a week ago. My eyes not twitching.

Libra: "pffffft of course I have my own ideas.. I’m just polling everybody else to make sure we’re on the same page”

Scorpio: “I’m not resentful. All is well that ends well, right?”

Sagittarius: “Moderation? Yeah I have that.. so much of that.. so much of it I don’t even know what to do with all of it”

Capricorn: “I don’t think I know everything”

Aquarius: “I’m completely in my body right now and am definitely not ignoring most of what’s happening around me because I think it’s trivial”

Pisces: “I’m not confused”

what pissed me off the most about this week’s ep isn’t even the fact that we got only 7 minutes of sanvers in an episode that was supposed to be sanvers centric and even winn and his girl got more time. it wasn’t even the fact that it was pretty much just another episode of keeping up with mon-el and not supergirl. but it was the fact that when kara was faking that she doesn’t like mon-el she was actually making valid points. she was making valid points about why they can’t be together and yet at the end of the episode they got together. because apparently when a girl says no it just means that you have to try harder to get her. (which reminds me wasn’t the point of this ep to show that no means no?? but like they keep doing the opposite with mon-el so i’m really confused here…) the great feminist show that supergirl was in season one is really gone. and as  much as i love season two for sanvers and alex’s coming out i’m really sick of it. because kara’s relationship with mon-el is inherently toxic and yet they keep shoving it down our throats. the great feminist show is telling girls that when they think they don’t like a guy they actually do and they just gotta think harder about it. like him even though he is not good for you for so many valid reasons.

Las cosas no siempre son lo que parecen y toda experiencia humana puede contemplarse desde múltiples perspectivas y merecer juicios distintos
—  Antonio Rey Hazas

Realmente, me gustaria decirte que me gustas. Te veo y algo ocurre dentro de mi. Es como que necesito que estes ahi en la misma habitacion. Me da miedo hablarte ¿que podría contarte? Me gustaría ayudarte. Aunque para que no corra sospecha debería ayudar a todos. Me gustaría decirte lo que siento, salvo que derrumbarias mi mundo abajo si tu respuesta no es la misma. No quiero estar contigo para pasarla bien un rato, quiero estar contigo para algo serio. En epoca de fiestas me imagino pasar juntos la navidad en mi casa y año nuevo en la tuya. Me da celos, que ni me notes, y que abraces a otras. Me duele que todavía estes enredado en otra relacion. He imaginado tantas veces, cuando mi familia no este en casa que entraras derrepente y que juguemos a escondidas. Me gustaría llevarte a lo mas alto del edificio, donde hay una terraza y poder ver el atardecer. Me gustaría sentir tus labios con los mios. Pero se que mis sentimientos los tendré que hundir porque la unica posibilidad de que me des bola es una fiesta a las cinco de la mañana cuando hayas tomado mas de lo que tu cuerpo soporta.

Lo que mi corazon quiere decir y lo que mi mente quiere callar

Spanish Vocabulary - La historia y el museo
  • la arqueología = archaeology
  • la historia = history
    la historia = (long) story
    el cuento = (short) story
  • la leyenda = legend
  • el mito = myth
  • la mitología = mythology
  • el folclore = folklore
  • la costumbre = custom, tradition
  • la tradición = tradition
  • el pueblo = a people [in some cases it means “population” or “a town”]
  • la tribu = tribe
  • la civilización = civilization
  • la sociedad = society
  • la gente = people


  • el siglo = century
    el siglo XV [quince] = the 15th century
  • el milenio = millennium
    los milenios = millennia 
  • la era = era / age
  • la edad = age
  • el año = year
  • la década = decade
  • la cronología = chronology
  • el sitio = site / place
  • el reino = kingdom
  • el imperio = empire
  • el templo = temple
  • la ciudadela = citadel
  • el palacio = palace
  • la iglesia = church
  • el foro = forum
  • la biblioteca = library
  • el gimnasio = gymnasium / gym
  • el hospital = hospital
  • la universidad = university
  • el coliseo = colosseum
  • el estadio = stadium
  • la fragua = forge
  • la cantera = quarry
  • la cantería = stoneworking
  • la albañilería = masonry [related to el albañil which is is “bricklayer” or “construction worker”]
    la mampostería = masonry [related to el mampuesto which is more like “rough brick” used for stone walls and parapets etc]
  • la granja = farm
    la finca = farm [in the context of “farm” it’s something closer to “estate” or “plantation”… normally la finca is related to “real estate”]
  • la armería = armory
  • el arsenal = arsenal / storehouse
  • el almacén = warehouse [in modern context this would be “department store”, but it used to refer to storehouses and warehouses since almacenar means “to stockpile”]
  • el campo = countryside
  • la villa = villa / country estate [sometimes meaning “villa” as in a vacation home]
  • la panadería = bakery
  • el mercado = market
  • el bazar = bazaar
  • la tienda = shop [or in some cases “tent”]
  • la carnicería = butcher shop
  • el boticario = apothecary [today la botica or la farmacia for “pharmacy” are more common]
  • la sastrería = tailor’s shop
  • la herrería = blacksmith’s / foundry
    [specially related to iron and steel since it’s el hierro; la platería is “silversmith” etc]
  • la fábrica = factory
  • el astillero = shipyard
  • el taller = workshop
  • la presa = reservoir / dam
  • el tesoro = treasure / treasury
  • el banco = bank
  • la banca = banking
  • la tesorería = treasury
    el erario = public funds [sometimes called la Hacienda Pública]
    la Hacienda = treasury [more common today; this is like the ministry of finance or something like that]
  • el acueducto = aqueduct
  • la columna = column
  • la muralla = city wall / large defensive wall
  • la arena = arena / sand
  • el hipódromo = hippodrome / racetrack (for horses)
  • la piedra = stone
  • el metal = metal
  • el hierro = iron (Fe)
  • el estaño = tin (Sn)
    la hojalata = tin-plated
  • el cobre = copper (Cu)
  • el plomo = lead (Pb)
  • el mineral = mineral / ore
    el mineral de cobre = copper ore
    el mineral de hierro = iron ore
  • el carbón = coal
  • la aleación = alloy
  • el bronce = bronze
  • el latón = brass
  • el acero = steel
  • el vidrio = glass
  • el barro = clay
  • el oro = gold (Au)
  • la plata = silver (Ag)
  • la cerámica = pottery / ceramics
  • la Edad de Hielo / La Edad del Hielo = the Ice Age
  • la Edad de Piedra = the Stone Age
  • la Edad de Bronce / La Edad del Bronce = the Bronze Age
  • la Edad Dorada = Golden Age [antiquity; not to be confused with el Siglo de Oro]
  • el artefacto = artifact
  • la herramienta = tool
  • la riqueza = wealth
    las riquezas = riches
  • la pobreza = poverty
  • la guerra = war
  • la paz = peace
  • el ejército = army
  • la marina = navy / marina
    la armada = armada
    la flota = fleet (of ships)
  • la contabilidad = accounting
  • la agricultura = agriculture
  • el negocio = business
  • la ley = law
  • la corte = court
  • el arte = art
    las artes = the arts
    las bellas artes = the fine arts
  • la música = music
  • la ciencia = science
  • las matemáticas = mathematics
  • la astronomía = astronomy
  • el comercio = commerce / trade
  • la religión = religion
  • la filosofía = philosophy
  • la escritura = writing
  • el abecedario = alphabet
  • la cultura = culture


  • el arqueólogo = archaeologist (m)
    la arqueóloga = archaeologist (f)
  • el conservador = curator (m) [sometimes curador]
    la conservadora = curator (f) [sometimes curadora]
  • la exhibición = exhibit, display
  • la exposición = exhibit, display / exposition, exposé
  • el museo = museum
  • la estatua = statue
  • la figura de cera = wax figure
  • el retrato = portrait
  • la pirámide = pyramid
  • la tumba = tomb
    la sepultura = grave / tomb [more formal]
  • el ataúd = coffin
  • el sarcófago = sarcophagus
  • la momia = mummy
  • el dinosaurio = dinosaur
  • el esqueleto = skeleton
  • el remanente = remnant
  • los restos = remains
  • la cestería = basketweaving
    el cesto = basket
  • la artesanía = handcrafting, craftsmanship / craftwork, something made by an artisan
  • el artesano = artisan (m)
    la artesana = artisan (f)
  • la joyería = jewelry
  • la metalurgia = metallurgy
  • la exploración = exploration
  • la colonización = colonization
  • la conquista = conquest
  • la etapa = phase / age / period of time
  • el desarrollo = development
  • el apogeo = apogee / zenith / highest point
  • la caída = fall
  • el dios = god
    la diosa = goddess
    los dioses = gods
    las diosas = goddesses
    Dios = God
  • antiguo/a = ancient / former
    la Antigua Grecia = Ancient Greece
    la Antigua Roma = Ancient Rome
    el Antiguo Egipto = Ancient Egypt
  • la dinastía = dynasty
  • el legado = legacy
  • el gobierno = government


  • excavar = to dig / to excavate
  • descubrir = to discover / to uncover
  • aprender = to learn
  • investigar = to investigate
  • observar = to observe
  • enseñar = to teach / to show, to point out
  • inferir = to infer
  • suponer = to suppose
  • sugerir = to suggest
  • estar de acuerdo (con) = to be in agreement (with) / to agree (with)
  • debatir = to debate
  • construir = to build
  • destruir = to destroy
  • conquistar = to conquer
  • defender = to defend
  • vencer = to defeat
  • perder = to lose
  • emerger = to emerge
  • surgir = to arise / to come about / to spring up / to surge
  • llegar a ser = to come to be
  • enterrar = to bury
  • desterrar = to banish
  • prohibir = to forbid, to prohibit
  • permitir = to allow, to permit
  • castigar = to punish
  • sacrificar = to sacrifice
  • rezar = to pray
  • gobernar = to govern
  • reinar = to rule, to reign
  • celebrar = to celebrate
  • explorar = to explore
  • explotar = to exploit, to take advantage of / to explode, to blow up
  • aprovecharse de = to take advantage of
  • vender = to sell
  • comprar = to buy
  • forjar = to forge, to craft
  • hacer = to do / to make
  • crear = to create
  • yacer = to lie [said of places; as in “it lies upon the river”], to be located
  • vivir = to live
  • morir = to die
  • extinguirse = to die out / to go extinct
  • establecer(se) = to settle (down)
  • desaparecer = to disappear
  • estudiar = to study
  • leer = to read
  • encontrar = to find
  • buscar = to look for


  • el recurso = resource
  • la fuente = source (of information) / fountain, spring
  • la teoría = theory
  • la hipótesis = hypothesis
  • el análisis = analysis
  • la conclusión = conclusion
  • la investigación = investigation
  • la observación = observation
  • la prueba = proof
  • la evidencia = evidence
  • el método = method
6

★ Mon-El Appreciation Week ★

Day 1 the moment you fell in love with Mon-El

I Know


Okay so here we go, after some encouragement from the lovely @alltoowheeler I decided to post my first ever ST fic!

I really wanted to see Mike and El properly talking about their year apart and I was too impatient to wait for better fics so I decided to try it out lol!

(also threw some  #dadhopper in there too, after that scene of him interrupting the two in ep 9 I really want to see more of that)

It had been five days since the gate had been closed for good. The sunny and crisp November afternoon had been spent by finishing fixing and cleaning up the cabin; Steve hobbling on a ladder replacing the windows and not falling once (whether or not El had anything to do with it remains unsure), the kids being tasked to sweep the floors and Hopper constantly needing to tell them to get back to work as they got distracted every five seconds, and Jonathan and Nancy bringing over snacks for everyone. It was now starting to get late, the golden light of the early evening was shining through the cracks of the closed blinds (“We only have to keep them shut just for a little while now, kid.”) as people started to head out the door to go back home.

Keep reading

More doodlesketches, this time Joly (and a few others!) ,just getting back into the habit.

My Joly never looks as skinny as he is in my head. :>but he’s a teeny guy! 

What is love? ~ a Mileven drabble

Set two years after the events of season two, El has since been found and has been living with the Byers for the past few months.

Please comment and tell me what you think xx

The basement is still, Mike’s old violin music playing quietly (El says it soothes her). Mike and El are lying on opposite ends of the couch reading, their legs stretched out; their ankles and feet comfortably entangled.

El frowns as she comes across a word she doesn’t understand. “Mike?” she says quietly, looking over her book.

Mike looks up, putting down his book.

“What’s love?” she asks, curiously.

Mike feels a flush begin to creep up his neck and across his face. “Love?” he chokes.

She nods, not sensing his embarrassment.

“Um…” he sits up, “it’s like, when…” he sighs, stretching the back of his neck. She sits up too, waiting patiently, no sign of annoyance on his face.

“You know my mom and my dad and Nancy?”

El nods, and puts down her own book.

“They’re my family, and I love them, even when they annoy me, because if something bad happened to them I’d be really upset. Like with the boys, I love them too. It’s when you really care for someone, a lot. But there’s… uh, there’s different kinds of love,” he tries to explain.

“Different kinds of love?” El asks, sounding confused.

“Yeah, why don’t you, uh, look it up in your dictionary,” he suggests. Having been isolated throughout her childhood, there was a lot of words El didn’t know, so one of the things Joyce had bought her, once she’d gone to live with her, was a dictionary.

El shrugs. “I left it at home, plus, I like it better when you explain words.”

Mike feels his face turning red again. “Uh, okay, well I love my mom and she loves me, but not in the same way she loves my dad, or used to at least.”

El frowns for a moment, before saying, “Like Nancy and Jonathan?”

Mike nods, “Yeah, exactly,”

“And Joyce and Jim?”

It takes Mike a moment to process what El had just said. “Joyce and Hopper?!”

El nods.

“Whoa, okay,” he shakes his head with slight disbelief, he has lots of questions, but decides that they’re for later.

“Mike?” El asks, in her small quiet way, and she shuffles over closer to him.

“Yeah, El?” he moves closer to her too, so that they’re now sitting in the middle of the couch, their shoulders touching.

“Do you love me?” Her big brown eyes pour into his, and Mike’s heart goes into overdrive. He knows she’s just genuinely curious, that life and love are all new to her, that she’s not trying to put him on the spot, but it kind of feels that way.

“I-“ he hesitates, looking into her eyes. “Yes,” he says finally.

El’s hands begin to twist in her lap. “In what way?”

He wants to say ‘yes’ but has suddenly forgotten how to speak, plus, he’s pretty sure 14 years olds are not supposed to be in love, they’re supposed to make-out and play Seven Minutes in Heaven, not be in love.

He’s certain his face is the colour of a tomato by now.

A small smile works its way onto El’s face. “In this way?”

And then he has no idea what is happening, or how it is happening, but El leans forward and kisses him gently. It is so different from their last kiss, which was quick and fleeting and uncertain, and almost two years ago. It’s soft and slow and innocent, and Mike thinks his heart might burst from happiness. It’s short and lasts just long enough for El’s hand to find its way to Mike’s.

“Yes,” Mike whispers, when they break apart, “I love you in that way.”

El beams. “I love you in that way too,” she says tenderly.

She entwines her hand with Mike’s, their fingers interlocking with each other, she reaches over and picks up her book, before resting her head on Mike’s shoulder and continuing to read, only letting go of his hand to turn a page.

Mike sits there, relaxed; he watches El read, completely in awe of this girl who he loves, and who loves him too.