ok i bought a lily perfume that smells exactly like the one my aunt gave me when i was like 8-9 years old i’m lost in my childhood memories. my aunt teaching me jewish things and drawing with me, spending hours in her library and going quietly through her vanity table, reading conan doyle and lovecraft and herbert wells for the first time in my life, playing videogames with my dad and synth-pop/post-punk mixtapes he used to make for me, mum letting me drive a tractor in an open field with our dog on the passenger seat, running in the summer rain with her, endless doctor appointments, terrifying things happening to my parents, falling in love with a girl for the first time. it’s all filled with that same lily perfume scent.
i’m happy and sad and nostalgic because of a little jar and it’s not even the same brand.
The worst feeling is when you trusted someone and they turned out to be what you least expected. I feel truly embarrassed when I give my time to people who take advantage of my trust. I feel as if I’m mentally naked and exposed. It’s a horrible feeling.
@dailyshinycutiefly, I hope you feel better soon! Nobody has a good reason to be upset with you. You’ve done absolutely nothing wrong, and don’t deserve anyone’s complaints. Just remember that everything will be okay, no matter what. Try to enjoy yourself! Have a great day!
maybe we all have that one person that we’d always take back. bruised mouth, bloody ribs, you’re screaming at me and i’m taking it because no matter how bad it gets, there is always good to follow. and that’s what a lot of people don’t understand, the people who ask me why i can’t see the signs of an unhealthy relationship, why i can’t just walk away - that the good days outweigh the bad ones. i would walk away from you screaming one thousand times just to fall into your arms at the end of the night. i’ve learned how to catch your punches. i’ve learned how to find the beauty in pain. and i know: i should find happiness within myself or at least within people who are good for me, but i can’t help the way i feel and i can’t just leave something that makes me so happy. i will take you back until you literally throw me away.
Has anyone considered the fact that maybe Lance just isn’t good at math and science? Like. Instead of saying “oh it’s because of this” or “it’s not his fault it’s the circumstances” maybe just think about him genuinely not understanding math and science, and it having nothing to do with his adhd or anything else he might have, his brain just isn’t wired that way, because as someone who is failing those classes no matter how hard I try, that seems to be the most likely option
before I start talking, Congratulation anon! first person to get blocked in this blog! woooo-hooo, what an Honor isn’t it?
Now Let me answer you, because tumblr block only work so you didn’t disturb me again but you may be a nosy or hypocrite person so you’ll check this blog to see if I answering or not, or may be you still check to enjoy the blog after you sending hates, *shrugs* who knows?
Long before the Exiles arrived, Korriban had vast, dense forests of Nûrsot covering much of the planet’s landscape.
The trees were massive, wide, aromatically fragrant, and had impressively long branches reaching out and winding toward the sky. It appears in many myth and legends of the ancient Sith. Most notably, it is known as the tree Ahmurn blessed and bestowed upon Marserha and their children to always bear fruit through any season, ensuring the Sith would never go hungry so long as the
grew on Korriban.
Although the fruits the Nûrsot
bore were edible and nutritious, its green leaves were toxic to the Sith in high doses.
The fruits had a slight fuzzy on the peel that could be washed and rubbed away before consumption. The could be eaten raw or utilized in a variety of recipes and cooking methods from teas to cakes to salads. The leaves on the other hand, could be used to create various poisons and even some medicines.
Aside from the fruit and leaves, the Sith also used the wood from the branches to create art.
A common token that would be crafted were small figures of mowhefs.
(ok, i kno dis a tiger but pls work with me)
Carved from the deep, red wood of the lower branches and polished to a fine finish; the mowhef figures symbolized
good luck, bountiful blessings, and
if gifted, it let the recipient know of the undying love and loyalty of the giver.
Other artwork carved from the
were used as doors, gates, pillars on buildings, or even wall hangings.
A particularly famous wooden carving from the
depicts a battle of the Great Hyperspace War.
The frieze is currently held at the Kaas City Sith Art Museum.
A much less common use for
Nûrsot wood is utilizing them for a lightsaber.
The wood is durable and light, making it an ideal material to craft a hilt or a part of one. Very few Sith over the centuries had their entire lightsaber hilts carved from the wood. It is rumored that the former Wrath had a fragment of
wood on the hilt of his lightsaber in the shape of a fang.
Unfortunately, what was once an abundant and thriving species of tree, the
is essentially extinct today.
With their arrival, the Exiles also brought the spores of a deadly fungus off world that infected and decimated the forests of Korriban. As the forests withered away, the Exiles burned many of the art and relics crafted from the
Nûrsot wood, especially if the item depicted anything relating to the native Sith religions.
There are only three surviving specimens, and they are all currently held in heavily guarded, special facilities by the Imperial Botanical Society within the Garden District of Kaas City.
Because of their scarcity and the history associated with them, only highly distinguished Sith can obtain a piece of
wood, even if it’s only a small one. The fruits are carefully gathered and sold in the Scarlet District once every five to seven Imperial Standard years. And any Sith alchemist or apothecary that wishes to use the leaves must get clearance from the current Councilor heading the Sphere of Biotic Science.