The Hairdresser and the Shopkeeper - GamblingDementor - In the Heights - Miranda [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

25 years of friendship between Usnavi and Daniela. Please leave kudos and a comment if you’ve read this and liked it! 

anonymous asked:

I'm in love with this girl but the sad thing is that she's straight and is not interested. And she's been really rude now a days... I still very much wan to date her but I'm scared of losing her as a friend.

I think you just need to accept it and move on because if she’s straight there’s nothing you can do. trying to push her isn’t gonna help and might end up ruining the friendship. Just be there for her as a friend or even just distance yourself for a while to get over those romantic feelings 

anonymous asked:

i hope that will be a positive moment, because probably she will say sth to introduce the song, if she says sth shady [not exactly shady, but you know what i mean ] that will be the end of tayvin friendship chance

I don’t think she will be shady. I think she might say something like ‘this is a song you might know’ or ‘I worked on this with an important person’ or something like that but I really don’t think she will throw any shade

I honestly think relationships in general would be healthier, in general, if we didn’t believe they should last forever.

When the default is “forever” and shorter relationships are seen as a failure, we miss out on a lot. We stay in relationships that don’t work because they’re not “bad enough” to leave, as though not wanting the relationship anymore isn’t a good enough reason. We deny ourselves happy memories, saying “If it doesn’t work now, our love then wasn’t real.” We pass on relationships we know would be short, because if it doesn’t last forever, what’s the point in joy in the moment?

An ending isn’t a failure. It’s an ending. Most relationships have them. What would our relationships be like if we stopped focusing on our fear of endings and started focusing on what we - and our friends, partners, and family - need right now?

Wouldn’t it be great if Civil War involved absolutely no romantic subplot whatsoever?

Cause you are my best friend 
And you are where my heart is 
And I know at the day’s end 
I get to come home to you

Avatar Aang and Fire Lord Zuko the dweebs, being all BFF and hanging out together, probably discussing stuff about Republic City and how awesome and cool it’s gonna be (well, before sh*t got real of course ;XD )