For once it is not the obnoxious bleating of his alarm clock that awakens Jihoon — nor does the light of the rising sun drip through his window and claw at his innocently sleeping eyes. No, what has him stirring out of sleep is the sound of his ringtone grinding against his eardrums; not the obnoxious tune he’s grown used to hearing every morning, but nearly just as ear-piercing.
I bet every time the professor makes flora laugh and her apple starts glowing it would cause Hershel to smile and hug her because it reminds him that he was able to save his dear beloved daughter and give her a better life and that shes happy.
Just to refresh your memory, here’s a snippet from my famous/non famous au that I’ve seemingly abandoned. Harry is a big time movie star and Louis works on set as costume standby. Louis is the only person on earth that can’t stand Harry and Harry wants to change that. I promise I’m still working on this and I’m sorry I can’t publish it before the end of summer like I originally said, but I’ll do my best to make it worth the wait. Hope you enjoy!
aah i love your writings so much and im not exactly sure if we can still request for drabble prompts but how about a softer worlds 27 for kacchako ;_;? if the whole drabble thing is still valid huehue XD
A/N: Hey anon, thanks so much for those kind words! ^^ The drabble prompts were/are still valid but apologies since I know this is months after you requested it! Hopefully you find/enjoy this prompt and sorry again for taking a millennia to respond! >< Also warning for Bakugou-levels of cursing.
wondered if perhaps happiness was found in the small things, like the crinkle
in her nose when she smiled, like the way his name sounds like a song when it’s
her saying it and the way all the seasons in the year seemed to be dyed in
memories of her. (Word Count: ~2200 words)
Mabon is also known as the witches Thanksgiving. The holiday takes place surrounding the Autumn Equinox between September 21st and September 23rd. On the Autumn Equinox the day and night are equal in length of time. Therefore, Mabon is a celebration of balancing the light and the dark both within ourselves and in the physical world. It is also the middle of the harvest season, so it is a time to be thankful and celebrate the abundance in your life. The Autumn Equinox marks the change of the season from Summer to Autumn. Take this time to embrace who you are and who you want to become in the new year, finish up old projects and relish in the high energy that surrounds this time of year.
There are many ways to celebrate Mabon. Here are 10 ideas:
1. Count your Blessings
Start by counting your blessings. Literally, count them. Take a piece of paper and cut or tear it into many smaller pieces (large enough to right on). Find a jar or bowl that can hold the physical representation of you blessings. Light a pink or red candle to symbolize the love in your heart. A green candle can also be used to symbolize your heart chakra and the growth you’ve experienced this past year. White is another acceptable alternative if you have no colored candles. Now, write out each blessing that has entered your life over the past year, one for each piece of paper. After you write each one, add it to the jar or bowl. When you have finished place the jar or bowl somewhere you can see it. Add to it as you think of more blessings that you are grateful for.
2. Collect the Gifts of Nature
Another way to celebrate Mabon is to take a walk in nature. Bring with you a bag or basket that you can use to collect the gifts of nature. You can use these for crafts and to decorate your home or altar. Some things you might want to collect are beautiful yellow, orange and red leaves, acorns and bare twigs.
3. Enjoy the Fruits of your Labor
Mabon is a time to celebrate the harvest and abundance. Invite friends to a potlucks where you share in each others company and food from the heart. This is made even better if some of the food came from someones home garden. Watch the sun set together as the light dims and the sun disappears into darkness. When the darkness comes turn on a string of lights or lights some candles.
4. Go Apple Picking
Spend some time in the crisp Autumn air in the glowing light. Apples are a wonderful symbol of the Autumn season. They can be used for divination or simply to make an apple pie. Celebrate the fruits of the season and have a treat.
5. Raise Energy and Vibrations with Music
During Mabon, Energy levels are very high. Keep the energy in the air active and add to it with music and dance. If you play an instrument play it and invite friends over to jam with you. If you don’t play an insturment dancing, singing, playing recorded music or even clapping are great alternatives.
6. Honor the Darkness
There is no light without dark. Now is the time to honor the coming dark season. Find a warm and cozy place to meditate on balance. Think about what the darkness means and how the lightness is reflected in the darkness. Meditate on the balance of your life and time and how you manage stress.
7. Create a Seasonal Herbal Mix
Autumn is associated with many comforting and earthy scents. Make a mix incorporating these. Try cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, hazelnut, vanilla, orange, and ginger. Use this mix as a potpourri or loose incense to add scent to your whole house. Sprinkle it around doors and windows for protection.
8. De-Clutter your Home
Mabon is a great time to finish up old projects and remove unwanted items from your space. Go through room by room and collect anything you no longer use or need. Gather these items and take them out of your house.
9. Give Back
The most powerful way to share your gratitude is to pass it on. Find a way to give back to your community. Look through the things you got rid of in the previous step decide if someone else could use them. Donate anything worth reusing to charities. Give someone else a blessing to count.
10. Host a Ritual
Lastly, make sure you make time to host a ritual for Mabon. You can do this alone or with friends. Make sure the focus of your ritual is abundance, gratitude and giving back. Incorporate the colors of the season: brown, red, orange and yellow.
These are the ways I’ll be celebrating Mabon this year. What do you like to do to celebrate this Holiday?
Hi love! I saw your promo and I thought I would check you out! 😊 Would you please write something (I'm not sure if you do headcanons or scenarios s9 whichever one!) For Shizuo and his s/o who is tiny and cute kicks some serious ass? Thank you so much! ❤
thank u so much, ur an angel! ♥ and ofc i can! again, i really appreciate this request, and i hope you enjoy it! he’s a really difficult character to determine outside of his anger, like he doesn’t have any specific traits that stand out imo, that or he masks them well
fandom: durarara!! warnings: none.
“Causing trouble again?” A familiar tone rings from the alley, a indistinct figure shadowed behind the cusp of moonlight.
“Says you,” you reply, features remain stubbornly impassive for a brief interval before her lips twitch and pull into a endearingly roguish grin — it’s enough to elicit a smirk from Shizuo himself. “Besides, he asked for it. You don’t anyone decent going around and hitting on cute girls…”
He regards you carefully through tinted blue lenses, emotions sheathed back into their confined space. A premonition pokes at him, akin to the scratching of unabating nettles at his throat. Ikebukuro was not a safe place to be.
You knew this as much as he did.
Regardless of your strength, it worried him. There were people who could harm you in something more torturing ways; psychologically. Mentally. His blood turns cold then. He’d seen what this city was capable of. The darkest parts. The people.
“Hey.” And with that a seamless string of thoughts remains as such. “You good, Shizuo?“ Your brow pinches into a tenuous frown, a contemplation of whether you should question his sudden detachment of his environments. You opt not to, instead offering a distraction when he doesn’t make any indications of giving a reply. You peer up at him, your lashes creating an air of authentic innocence. He doesn’t notice at first, his thoughts a distraction to the situation, but he does, however, feel a shift in the atmosphere, prompting his gaze to be targeted towards you.
Both brows raise momentarily, before allowing his features to return to their primordial expression. “What?” He asks bluntly, but not unkindly. He watches you sway from side to side, a grin appearing on your lips. His hand reaches into his pocket, before delving out a packet of smokes. He raises it to his lips, adroitly picking one stick up with his mouth.
He leaves it unlit.
“I don’t want you out here by yourself at night.” He doesn’t voice it as an optional thing. It’s more of a demand rather than a suggestion. A flash of irritation makes a brief entrance before you will it away. This is Shizuo, you remember. He means well. You settle on teasing him. “Why? You wanna keep me for yourself?”
Shizuo identifies your irritation with ease (years of dealing with his anger management helps.) “Did that bother you?” He ignores your other question, but you could’ve swore that you saw a soft pink glow, highlighting the apples of his cheeks.
Running your tongue along the front of your teeth, you grin at him. “You tell me.”
He huffs. It’s without any true indignation. An empty response, really. With that, he understands that you aren’t going to be giving him any sort of real reply to his question. He reckons, you don’t want to ruin the mood. Neither does he, but he wants to voice his opinion. And so he does. “I’m worried. I know you can handle yourself, I’ve seen you… but there’s people… if you can call them that, who can hurt you in other ways. I don’t exactly have the best reputation around here, and we both know that there’ll people who’ll hurt you to get to me.”
He doesn’t say who. You know who he’s referring to.
“They won’t. Because I have you.” You insist on this stubbornly and all he’s thinking is; not all the time, because there’ll be times when he isn’t there to protect you, and it’s always going to bother him.
And much like the vast majority of his thoughts, he leaves it unsaid.
“I mean, really. What’s wrong with Capture the Flag?” Annabeth says darkly, shading her eyes with her hand as the ground swallows up a field full of three-legged death race players before their eyes. “You and I grew up on that, and we saved the world - twice.”
Slouched in a lawn chair beside her, Percy shrugs and takes a bite out of one of the glowing golden apples Chiron had left with them. As long as he doesn’t have to drag his butt back into those tunnels, Percy’s content to enjoy the sunshine and Annabeth’s presence while they keep score for other demigods.
She shakes her head. “I still can’t believe playing in the Labyrinth is a thing people look forward to. Weirdos.”
“Kids these days,” Percy drawls around a mouth full of fruit. “No respect for ancient death traps of horrible doom.”
Underneath their feet, the ground rumbles and, somewhere in the distance, a tiny, maniacal son of Hephaestus cackles in delight