get lost press

You can drink too much and forget the night before but I’ve learned you can never drink enough to forget the people you’ve loved and lost.

Beau Taplin || A most unfortunate truth. (x)

Paint me a future

pairing: jikook

length: oneshot, 3.2k

genre: domestic fluff, mentions of officer!kook

summary: Waking up to Jeon Jungkook every morning was everything Jimin could have asked for in life. Having police officer for a husband was fun especially when he gets to play around with his uniform.

Having Park Jimin in Jungkook’s life was as perfect as it gets.

Except for when said husband likes to scare the life out of him by asking important questions rather casually while doing tasks such as re-painting their guest room.

Crossposted to Ao3

Jikook Fluff Week Day One: Domestic Sunday

He wakes to the smell of linen.

Not a particularly sharp scent, and definitely by no means overwhelming. It was a comforting one that enticed him to burrow his face deep into the juncture between his pillows and get lost for days. He presses further against his surroundings, letting his hands grip the bed below him and adjust slightly with a soft sigh escaping from his lips. Jimin had forgotten that he had washed the sheets the day before, leaving him with a relaxed aura of cleanliness. The soft fabric cradles his skin, wrapping him in a blanket of warmth and filling his brain with pictures of soft tufts of cotton and silky threads.

He also wakes to an incredible amount of body heat and what felt like a pair of lips pressing to his cheeks.

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anonymous asked:

Once you cross, does your passion for researching your organization diminish? (Question for all admins.) I really love learning about XYZ sorority. I've learned more about black history in this year of research,than I have in my entire education. (Sad but true I got my bachelor's degree in '11.) I really hope other aspirants get something special from researching as well .

Not me!  I stan for Alpha history!  We have this HUGE 700 page book called the Centennial Book of Essays and Letters.  I have two: the one I read and the one I’m saving in case the one I read gets lost.

Pressed.

Also, my friend pledged Zeta because she took a summer class about black women in the 1920s.  Her love of history led her to the sorority of her dreams.

–Uncle Rashid