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“As human beings, our job in life is to help people realize how rare and valuable each one of us really is, that each of us has something that no one else has–or ever will have–something inside that is unique to all time. It’s our job to encourage each other to discover that uniqueness and to provide ways of developing its expression.”

- Fred Rogers

paper girl - harry holland

Pairing: Harry x Reader

Requested by: Anon

Request: could you please do a harry holland x reader where the reader is kinda like margo from paper towns and harry has been highkey crushing on her since forever?? lots of fluff please!! (btw i love your writing so much oml)

*Note: i fuckin love paper towns so much and anyone who doesn’t/doesn’t like margo can fuckin fight me


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The office where I work is currently celebrating “Good Neighbor Day.” We’re essentially doing a Secret Santa in September. 

Everybody was secretly assigned a coworker’s name at random, and then we were supposed to bring in some kind of treat or kindness for that person, with nothing more than $5. 

Apparently my boss got my name, and the caricature above was his gift to me. 

I had no idea what to expect to get today, but I never expected this, and I love it. 

A solemn, wistful point towards the sky for Mr. Fred Rogers on what would have been his 86th birthday.

March 20th is officially Good Neighbor Day, so get out there, rock a cardigan and be excellent to each other.

He would have wanted it that way.

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SPN Writing Challenge || chuckshvrley vs roxy-davenport
prompt: jack-o-lantern
pairing(s): deancas 
word count: 3156
tags: modern au - urban fantasy, witch!cas, teacher!dean, neighbors, pre-slash fluff

author’s note: big thanks to the mods for a year of challenge fun. y’all done good ♡

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It’s a chilly October morning when the apartment next to his finally fills, and Dean watches from his window with a fresh brewed cup of coffee as the moving truck is unloaded. They keep pretty quiet for the most part, seeing as how it’s barely six and the goddamn sun is just starting to peek over the horizon. Good. Considerate neighbors are always a nice thing to have.

Dean sips at his coffee, wondering absently what his new neighbor is like for a brief moment, then leaves his window to finish getting ready for work. He gets all his lesson plans together, grabs the graded homework, and is out the door half an hour later.

As he’s unlocking the Impala, Dean glances over to see a man walking out of the apartment and to the moving truck. His dark hair is wild and mussed, his sweater a soft-looking blue cashmere, and his jeans are paint-stained and well-worn. He doesn’t have shoes on.

He looks over at Dean and offers a bright, kind smile and wave, and Dean is completely frozen with awe when the dying grass beneath his bare feet surges with life, becoming a vibrant, healthy green, and small, delicate flowers suddenly sprout with each of his steps towards the truck.

Dean barely remembers to wave back before he’s in his car and driving away, and he can’t get his mind to think about anything but the friggin’ miracle he just witnessed for the rest of his day.

His new neighbor is a witch. Wow.

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“Good Fences Make Good Neighbors,” a line from a Robert Frost poem, is the title of Ai Weiwei’s extensive art exhibition.  It can be found, in various forms, throughout the city.  “Gilded Cage” helps a person understand what it is like to be put in a cage.  It is located at the entrance to Central Park, which is a haven for both people and birds.  I was reminded of a classic rock song.  These lyrics metaphorically describe human freedom: “White bird in a golden cage, alone… White bird must fly or she will die.” (”White Bird” by It’s A Beautiful Day)  (Photo taken on October 24, 2017) 

  • Me: *opens up facebook* what's the Discourse of the day, good neighbor I pray?
  • Facebook: we're discussing whether Christians should be jailed for obeying God
  • Me: ...I came out to have a good time
We need to talk about Carol

I’ll probably will write about it tomorrow properly. But I wanted to say something. I’m not trying to judge you and saying you are getting things wrong, because I might be wrong in my interpretation.

Shipping aside (hard as fuck to say that, but I really mean it).

IMO, whoever is saying that it was good to see Carol smiling and be happy are not getting that she is probably in the worst state we ever saw her before. It hurts me, it hurst me a lot to see her faking and telling things like “we have to keep this secret because of Denise” and “what are you talking about Morgan? Nothing happened”. You know what that reminds me?

“He was just a little mad, besides, I don’t want Sophia to get upset for nothing”
“I swear, he was just out of his mind, it wasn’t like that”
“Yeah, I’m good, you know, I felt from the stairs, I’m so clumsy, have a good day neighbor ”

And it hurt me, it hurt me so much to see her asking to a person she doesn’t know very well, what he thought about her. Seeing her seeking approval from someone outside her group, because she knows he doesn’t know her so well. When she asked him “that’s what you think of me?” regarding her statement about her being a mom to everyone else, it killed me. It killed me her face after the kiss, because that wasn’t a happy smile.

It wasn’t romantic
It wasn’t sweet
It wasn’t cute.

I’m really really sad for Caryl and I’ll talk about that tomorrow. But for now, what I’m the most sad about is that Carol is so so so alone, surrounded by people she loves so much, but that she can reach and can be close because there is this glass wall around her. And this fucked me up so bad because I’ve already been in that place, and is just… Sorry guys, I can’t even talk about it.

Happy for the ones who are happy with her. But I think you should take a better look. Sometimes what it seems happiness is not.

black-masses  asked:

Latinos can also speak portuguese 'cause that's the native language in Brazil.

That’s right!

In the post they make a distinction between Latin and Latino

Myself I only use Hispanic in the tags as a general background for the geographical ancestry but because Spanish is not the only language spoken in central and south america in cases as Brazil for example I simple tag the country of origin and don’t use Hispanic as it wouldn’t make sense.

Just as  I wouldn’t use “African superhero”, it’s way  too reductive for a continet with so many varieties of cultures, it wouldn’t make sense.

Have a good day neighbor (I’m from Venezuela)