More Watertribe Lance Also avatar Lance this time because we talked about this with friends and we are lance trash we wondered what kind of pet Lance would have if he was the avatar… Like Aang has Appa and Korra has Naga.
And we ended up with a Peacock-Lion because it just suits him perfectly
(also it was supposed to be Keith’s pet -bc yeah it’s definitely more a firenation-ish beast- but things happened ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) i’ll write headcanons someday lmao)
today was a Rough day at work but it was considerably brightened by this commission of Throw Away the Key by a long-time friend @littlestpersimmon ! I’ve always adored their art (specifically in their comic @eeriecrests ) and this piece is no exception! Thank you sooooooooooooo much Bel! <3 <3 <3
“He looks good, looks like he’s been skating well. That line’s been pretty dominant the first couple of games, with Panik and Saad, they’ve been creating a lot, scored a lot of goals. It’s big, I’m sure he’s happy with his linemates. I think with him, he’s always gonna play the same way, whether he scores or not he’s gonna give you the same thing every night. But it seems like he’s skating really well right now and has a little production through the first couple games, so I’m sure that’ll keep him going too.” - 10.09.17, Kane on Toews (x)
you know after the events in Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon, Charleena wrote a murder-mystery/romance based on the events in the train.
and you know that she made all the characters thinly veiled versions of the real people on the train. and charleena needed a romance so she went for the two people that seemed to have the most “chemistry”
a few months later in a bookstore Joe Hardy is cracking the frick up reading the back cover of the new charleena Purcell in which “Miss Natalie Clue must uncover the murderer and capture the heart of rugged FBI agent Franklin Hardington.”
Library Book Haul — Took some of the recommendations you guys gave me for cry-worthy books, and borrowed what I could from the library! The first of these I plan to read is Benjamin Alire Sáenz’s Last Night I Sang to the Monster.