fireplace shop

things i associate with the hogwarts houses

gryffindor

adrenaline rushes, climbing to a rooftop to see the sunrise, bruised knees, sneaking out at nightime, hot chocolate, sitting in front of a fireplace, running through corridors, shopping cart races, midday sun, unstoppable laughter

hufflepuff

passing notes to friends during classes, organising shelves, flower crowns, first warm spring day, fierce protectiveness, large bags of candy, group chats, countless hours of practising one’s skills, holding on tight, reminiscing old times

ravenclaw

intense debates, muffled speech inside a library, pointing out constellations, writing notes on books, a glass of good wine, pale morning sky, ink on fingertips, learning multiple languages, staying up all night, unreadable handwriting

slytherin

marble floors, the sound of running water, lists of good schools in big cities, motivational speeches, winter nights, rooms lit with candles, always having a plan, rarely shared secrets, smirking at the people you hate, expensive chocolate

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Phew. A visual representation of all the ‘deleted’ scenes that we know of thus far, compiled under the guide of this post by archaicbro (with a couple of extras). Please let me know if I have forgotten anything. I have left out images taken on set that were obviously posed and intended to be used for promotional purposes only i.e. unscripted. However, I have included a couple of images that are not so obvious and are a bit ambiguous.

Righty-ho then. Pull up a chair and let’s go through them all under the cut
*rolls up sleeves*

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The Boys - Fall Aesthetics

Shu: wool coats, hot chocolate, foggy days

Reiji: crisp air, roasting pumpkin seeds, new fall best sellers

Ayato: football games, count chocula, bed sheet ghost meme

Laito: jumping in leaf piles, warm gloves, drive-in movies

Kanato: carving pumpkins, Halloween candy, the fair

Subaru: runny nose, crunching leaves, Thanksgiving dinner

Ruki: fall scented candles, Halloween shopping, crackling fireplaces

Kou: fluffy scarves, pumpkin spice EVERYTHINg, new fall trends

Yuma: bonfires, making scarecrows, watching old horror movies

Azusa: trick-or-treating, pie, dogs in sweaters

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Studying Tips and Tricks

  • Studying in a blue room relaxes your mood and makes you more productive, which is great for finishing up assignments and homework.

  • Spray an unfamiliar scent, and chew an unfamiliar flavor of gum while you’re having a study session.

  • Before you start your exam, write down the things you think you might need while they’re still fresh in your head at the top of the page such as formulas and vocabulary words.

  • ‘Times New Roman’ is the easiest and fastest font to read.

  • When writing an essay, add the opposing point of view to make the read look at both sides.

  • When you’re taking notes, pretend you’re writing them for some else, preferably someone you care about, and imagine them not knowing anything when it comes to the class you’re writing notes in.

  • Using colors when writing your notes helps you remember faster, avoid using only one color as it might dull out important information.

  • Change your font from 12pt to 14pt when writing essays, it looks the same but increases the number of pages by 1-2.

  • Cinnamon flavored gum helps you stay awake, use it for your morning classes.

  • Speaking something out loud helps your remember, so always read your notes aloud when you’re studying.

  • Reading the first and last paragraphs and only running over the middle has the same outcome as reading all of it.

  • Chocolate has the ability to improve your math skills.

  • Always have an alternative email, you never know when it might come in handy.

  • Cold showers over coffee anyway. It keeps you fresh the entire day, and also helps you stay focused and less tired throughout the day.

  • Reward yourself with 15-20 minutes of free time with every 45 minutes of studying.

  • If you’re pulling an all nighter, sleeping the 20 minutes before the sun comes up helps your body relax and you’ll be less tired.

  • Replace the color tube of your red pen with the blue one. No one steals a red pen, and no one wants it.

  • Always say yes to extra credit, no matter what your grade is. It can make a huge different seeing as it has the ability to change one percent which can change an entire grade letter.

  • ALWAYS DATE YOUR NOTES // ASSIGNMENTS.

  • Writing something down is an equivalent of saying something 7 times.

  • No matter how much time you have left, do it earlier. You’ll be glad you did.

  • Be friends with your teachers, you never know what can happen during the school year.

    Have a study group, you’ll have friends to explain things to you and vice versa, also you can share notes and finish up homework without feeling like time is passing by slow.

  • Do not pay for your textbooks if you don’t have to. Even if you aren’t down with illegally downloading your books, you can waste hundreds of dollars on textbooks you will never open. Wait until your professor says that you’ll need it or if material from the book will be on an exam.

  • Try and have one friend in each class so if you miss a class, you have someone to tell you what you missed and let you copy notes.

  • If you’re in a productive mood, take advantage of it.

  • You are more important than anything in the world. Don’t ever put yourself in a bad situation for any reason ever, even if that means taking a day off for yourself

  • If there is anyone in your life who doesn’t think of you as highly as kayne thinks of himself then that person doesn’t deserve to be in your life you don’t need them

  • Try your best. not everyone can get all As, and getting all As does not make you better than everyone else. just do the best you can and be the best person you can be.

  • Don’t tick off your teacher, follow the rules to an extent, get to class on time, respect your classmates and teachers. you know, just be a decent person.

  • Find which clubs look interesting and go to their first meetings- there’s never an obligation to join, but you might meet a lot of new friends.

  • Get advice from other students on if your classes/teachers are difficult and figure out which ones you’ll need to work the hardest in.

  • Goals. When you sit down to study, write down everything you’re going to do and do it.

  • Tea and coffee - if not for the caffeine, then for the feeling of cozying up with your text books and feeling studious.

  • A place to study. it doesn’t matter if it’s in a coffee house, a library, or your kitchen table. as long as your bed’s not in sight and tempting you into a nap, you’re good.

  • Your mental health is more important than your grades/school work

Winery Shenanigans (7/11/2015)

What a beautiful autumn day we had! Started out with a lovely sunrise on our private deck (above).

Following a delicious and filling breakfast at our B&B, we headed into town to check out a large antiques store. We didn’t buy anything but had a great time just wandering through and looking at everything. Sherlock tried out this mid-1950s microscope but decided it wasn’t worth the pricetag.

I found myself more intrigued with the old typwriters, but unfortunately lack the manual dexterity to work any of them.

After that, we headed to the Mount Pleasant winery for a tasting, which went to my head pretty quickly! They didn’t allow outside food at theirs, and we’d brought cheese and summer sausage, so we ambled on to the Augusta winery. Sampled some more sweet wines there, found two that we could agree upon that were inexpensive, and took our bottles, cheese and sausage to their outdoor wine garden. I even surprised Sherlock with some chocolate covered strawberries, which he pretended not to be excited about, but the empty container tells a different tale (I’ve got the last of them in my lap in this picture):

We had supper at a lovely little local place and then it was back to the room for another swim in the tub and a cuddle in front of the fire. All in all, a wonderful day.

- JW

100 Things To Do This Fall

By: Maria

Fall season is officially upon us and with that comes the excitement of all the unique autumn activities we can now engage in. Thus, I compiled list of fun things to do this season with your best buddies, favorite family members and of course all by your gorgeous self-enjoy!

  1. Go for a long walk

  2. Collect leaves

  3. Have a bonfire

  4. Roast chestnuts

  5. Dance in the rain

  6. Go for a bike ride at dusk

  7. Jump in a puddle

  8. Knit something

  9. Buy a sweater

  10. Bake cinnamon cookies

  11. Make a pumpkin pie

  12. Make hot chocolate

  13. Go to a homecoming game

  14. Have a scary movie marathon

  15. Make a fall playlist

  16. Spent evening at a cafe

  17. Have a Halloween party

  18. Read a new book

  19. Go to a fair

  20. Stargaze wrapped in a blanket

  21. Have a sleepover

  22. Write a fall-themed poem

  23. Buy nice-smelling candles

  24. Hang paper lights

  25. Museum

  26. Watch a movie at the cinema

  27. Volunteer

  28. Go for a picnic

  29. Go to the library

  30. Built a blanket fort

  31. Have a fall-themed photoshoot

  32. Visit grandparents

  33. Dress up for Halloween

  34. Go to the park

  35. Take care of a plant

  36. Paint

  37. Go to the zoo

  38. Drink warm wine

  39. Go bowling

  40. Drink a new kind of tea

  41. Watch the sun set and rise

  42. Girls night in

  43. Go to a haunted house

  44. DIY

  45. Eat caramel-apples

  46. Fall asleep to the sound of rain

  47. Make a fall photo album

  48. Decorate a mug

  49. Kiss

  50. Go to a concert

  51. Buy a beanie

  52. Starbucks date

  53. Make leaf lanterns

  54. Go to the woods

  55. Make s’mores

  56. Start a new series

  57. Have a Chai tea latte

  58. Fall nail art

  59. Disney movie marathon

  60. Make soup

  61. Crafts night with friends

  62. Make a time capsule

  63. Have roasted corn

  64. Curl up around fireplace

  65. Fall shopping spree

  66. Layer

  67. Stroll in the foggy crisp morning

  68. Decorate front door

  69. Cook-out with family

  70. Trick or treat

  71. Country-side road trip

  72. Harry Potter movie marathon

  73. Get a pen-pal

  74. Go antique-hunting

  75. Have a table-games night

  76. Bake a cake in a mug

  77. Vlog

  78. Learn to make origami

  79. Pull off a prank

  80. People watch

  81. Keep a journal

  82. Spa night

  83. Create a dance routine

  84. Wreck this journal

  85. Make a throw pillow

  86. Go record-shopping

  87. Feed the ducks

  88. Write fan-fiction

  89. Scrapbook

  90. Write a song

  91. Blog

  92. Fondue

  93. Adopt a stray animal

  94. Collect and decorate room with pines

  95. Have a Sunday brunch

  96. Join a club

  97. Sneak out

  98. Wear dark lips

  99. Ride a bus to nowhere

  100. Go to amusement park

Photographer: Emily Keenan