i could have been perfect

but what if i’m wasting it. like all the good opportunities i get. i always look back and realize “oh i should have done that” but the minute another option comes my way i’m always too stressed too tired too busy. i feel too much in the moment and when i look back i always wonder. what if i had? why didn’t i? what if this could have been perfect for me? the answer’s always the same: but you didn’t, because you’re nothing.

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Richard Madden as Peter Leigh in Oasis

For years, I have been doing the best I could to raise you four. Have I been perfect? No! Do I know anything about children? No! Should I have picked up a book on parenting?! PROBABLY! Where was I going with this? I had a point.
—  Julian Blackthorn, lecturing his younger siblings

I was walking home from acupuncture when I ran into an old tattooer pal of mine who I haven’t seen in a long time. We got to chatting and catching up when I asked if she wanted to tattoo a little banger I’ve been thinking about getting for a while now, and she said absolutely. Ive wanted a tattoo reminder to prioritize myself and my needs, and this Grey’s Anatomy quote has been my main mantra while I continue working on becoming the best version of me:

“Don’t let what he wants eclipse what you need. He’s very dreamy, but he’s not the sun. You are.”

Thank you, Ellen. This is a beyond perfect little reminder of so many things.

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Some more Sara pics!! 

I am pretty bendy for my age but oh my god these pictures were so hard to take X___X

pictures taken by: @spacetwinsies, who literally takes almost all my pictures unless we are in the same pic then we most likely forced one of our friends to take the pic

  • Darcy [to Georgiana]: For the last five years, I’ve done the best I could to raise you.
  • Darcy: Have I been perfect? No.
  • Darcy: Do I know anything about children? No!
  • Darcy: Should I have picked up a book on parenting? Probably!
  • Darcy: Where was I going with this? I had a point…
  • Roger: For sixteen years I've done the best I could to raise you.
  • Mello, Matt, and Near: ...
  • Roger: Have I been perfect? No. Do I know anything about children? No! Should I have picked up a book on parenting? Probably!
  • Mello, Matt, and Near: ...
  • Roger: Where was I going with this? I had a point.
Teaser Cards

@markrosewater recently answered an ask about teaser cards in sets and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. What I’m referring to as a teaser card is a card the makes reference to something that’s in the pipeline but which hasn’t been printed yet. It’s a card (or cards) that will come in a later set or block.

I believe there’s a right and a wrong way to do these. Read on to see how Wizards blew it in the past and find out if Hour of Devastation will repeat the failure or deliver on the promise.

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