i made this ages ago but never posted it

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I know they say that the space between
Can make it stronger than we’ve ever seen
They might be right but I disagree
‘Cause I’ve
never felt stronger than when you’re with me 

Story snippet

I wrote this ages ago (post Reichenbach, matter of fact) but never found a story to put it in so it’s been languishing in my files since then. Instead of trying to find a home for it in another fic, I decided to just post it as-is, a standalone snippet for your reading pleasure.

She counted.

How had that happened, when had it happened?

And more importantly, why?

What about her, Molly Elizabeth Hooper, made her special enough to count in Sherlock Holmes’ life?

Yes, she was a pathologist. Yes, she was very good at her job. But there were other pathologists who were equally good at their jobs – some were even brilliant. Was it because she was always so pathetically eager to please him, because she was a willing slave to his every outrageous request?

She doubted it. A simple fetch-and-carry was easy to dismiss, to ignore, to treat like somebody who didn’t exist or have feelings of her own.

So it must have been some time after Christmas, that horrible, horrible Christmas two years ago, that she’d started to count as “somebody” rather than “nobody.”

He’d been awful to her, hurting her without even realizing he was doing it until suddenly he did. Realize it, she meant, her thoughts as much a jumble as her words generally were around him. He’d gone so far as to apologize and offer a quick peck on the cheek before his mobile rang and dragged his attention back to whatever case had been consuming him.

If, she thought tartly, you could call that obscene moan a “ring.”

Still, she stood firm in her conviction that it was after that Christmas that she started to count as someone not just in Sherlock’s periphery, but someone actually in his orbit, someone he took notice of and, she dared to hope, cared about. Oh, not as much as he cared about John, his best mate, or DI Lestrade, who brought him such lovely cases to ease his boredom.

Possibly not even as much as he must care about his family, the brother who’d gotten him such unrestricted access to Bart’s, maybe even his parents, although he never spoke of any of them.

She’d always assumed it was more out of a desire for privacy, since she knew he liked to give very little of himself away the way others gave so much of themselves away to him without even knowing they were doing it.

She, personally, had always felt like an open book to him – one he wasn’t particularly interested in reading, but had had it stuck under his nose so often he couldn’t help picking up the basic plot and characters, all of which he found boring except when he needed something.

Like now? Was that what was happening now, was it like those times when he told her her hair looked nice so she’d fetch him a liver or a pancreas or a cup of coffee?

He’d scared the shit out of her, standing there in the dark, speaking to her without even looking.

“You’re wrong, you know.”

Molly gasped and whirled to face that voice in the darkness. His voice. She held her chest as he continued speaking. “You do count. You’ve always counted and I’ve always trusted you.” He turned to look at her. “But you were right. I’m not okay.”

“Tell me what’s wrong.”

He turned, took two steps closer to her. “Molly, I think I’m going to die.”

“What do you need?”

Another step. “If I wasn’t everything that you think I am, everything that I think I am, would you still want to help me?”

“What do you need?”

He took another step closer, then another, till he was right in front of her. Then he spoke a single word that nearly broke her right there. “You.”

Since he couldn’t possibly mean what her silly, stupid, overheated heart and body wanted him to mean, he must need her to do something, something only she could do for him. So she asked, no stuttering, no second-guessing herself or him, just asked the question. “What do you need me to do?”

She still couldn’t quite believe that he meant it, but when their eyes met and locked – Sher-locked, she thought, semi-hysterically – she knew he meant every word.

She counted. He needed her.

And she would never let him down.

GUYS

animus powers are genetic right? It’s passed down through one bloodline. If Arctic gave the power to the nightwings by having Whiteout and Darkstalker, and Darkstalker and Clearsight never made it to the age where they have their dragonets. That means that Whiteout had dragonets who grew up and had dragonets of their own etc, etc…and distantly she is related to Stonemover and Sunny. Sunny not only is part nightwing and sandwing, but she has a hint of royal icewing blood in her too!

I remember a looong ass time ago I guess 2013 back when I followed nentindo , he’d never posted his age and it wasn’t in his desc, then on his birthday he made this long ass post like guys… I’m sorry but I’m turning 13. Dude was straight up 12 on here! I ran!

anonymous asked:

hey, could you give a brief tutorial on how you made this gifset /post/129789289845/the-world-is-a-dangerous-place-not-because-of ?? or at least what i should look up to find a tutorial for a gifset like that? thank you :))

hey :) ok since i promised ages ago that i will post this tutorial and i never did, i’ll do it now. if this is confusing i apologize, feel free to message me about anything, english is not my first language and i’m bad at explaining things, but i included a lot of pictures so i hope it’s going to be ok. and also i’m pretty sure there are easier ways to do this, but this is how i do it. so anyway, i’m gonna explain how i made these two gifs, or at least try to :) here is gifset, all other gifs are made pretty much the same way. so, 

1. from this

to this

2. and from this

to this


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I made this connection ages ago (and so did you probably) but I re-realised this today and was like does this mean something? Maybe, maybe not. It could be an artistic coincidence OR it could have a symbolic meaning. Much like how some fans have been comparing how the Harry Potter generation rise to overcome the faults of the James Potter generation (sorry can’t give you the link to that post; I read it ages ago and never saved it), perhaps, under Ozpin, Team RWBY’s fate is to overcome the failures and difficulties Team STRQ faced. If that is the case, then I’m matching up the characters wrong. 

If I were to match the characters by personality/fate/character arc then it would look like this:

More or less, ships and colours aside. The only thing is that presently (conclusion of volume 3) we still don’t know a lot about Team STRQ. What happened to them at Beacon? What happened to them after they graduated? What were Summer’s missions really on about? What else is Qrow and Taiyang not telling us? Where on Remnant is Raven and what made her split after Yang was born? Without knowing any more about Team STRQ I can’t make a full analysis or theory but it’s fun to wonder. 

Too few answers for so many questions, and this colour coincidence is one of those.

Fi vs Fe

I made a list ages ago on what I saw to be differences between Fi and Fe, but I never shared it because I wanted to see if I would agree with myself later. I found it again and took out a few things and added a few details and better explanations (I hope), and decided to post it. Please, keep in mind that I’m not Fe and that the Fe descriptions are based on what Fe-users have said or what I have notice about them.

+ [ Fi ] +

More likely to look inward and need inner reflection to know personal feelings: Introverted functions tend to be more abstract and, – surprise, surprise, – “inward facing” so that it may be difficult to explain or describe those introverted functions to others. It can be difficult for Fi-users to describe their feelings in words and often act on those emotions instead (this can range from sulking to great attempts to make changes in the world). Words alone may not seem enough to an Fi when they try to describe their feelings: They can seem too shallow or to somehow fall short, which can be very frustrating for the Fi-user (or those that are trying to understand the Fi-user’s feelings). Probably because of this, many Fi-users can feel uncomfortable sharing their feelings with others, even if they want to.

Generally, feels that following the heart and internal moral compass will lead in the right direction. Generally, looks inward for moral guidance and rules, more likely to act on what is felt to be right, and may have a difficult time acting on anything that isn’t felt to be right. Even if an action seems like the only right action, many Fi-users (perhaps feelers in particular) will have a difficult time doing that thing regardless, unless they feel that it’s right within themselves.

More likely to feel others are better as individual selves and often encourages diversity (people should accept you as you are): Many Fi-users, perhaps especially feelers, are very concerned about authenticity and not only acting true to themselves, but also hoping to appear as themselves to others; if someone misunderstands the Fi-user or claims the Fi-user is something they’re not (whether good or bad),  the Fi-user can be very bothered by this. Fi-users tend to be, “I’d rather be hated for who I am than loved for who I’m not” sort of people. They also tend to feel this way about others and can become upset, annoyed, or down-right angry if others are inauthentic or pretend to be someone they’re not (with the intention of fooling people in real life: ie, they’re generally not bothered by acting in movies or plays). Because Fi-users tend to value authenticity, they have a tendency to be open and/or honest oftentimes, and generally expect others to do the same. Finding out someone hasn’t done so can be a great disappointment.

- Possible bad points:

May appear selfish, especially to Fe

May appear too harsh, especially to Fe

May appear unemotional or unconcerned about emotions, especially to Fe

May over estimate ability to recognise and understand own emotions and what may be needed

May be unaware of societal rules or agreed-upon ethical codes, or may even rebel against them regardless of logic

May be completely unaware of others’ emotions and unable to predict or understand them

May be unconcerned or unable to relate to others’ emotions, sometimes hurting others, unintentionally or intentionally to varying degrees (rude to immensely cruel)

+ [ Fe ] +

More likely to look outward and to act outward to know personal feelings: Extroverted functions are more “outward facing” and interact with the world outside of the user’s mind, and the user of the extroverted function tends to want to share those things within the realm of that function. So, Fe-users tend to feel things in the moment and can act on those emotions, such as crying, even in public, which shows others and themselves how they are feeling. This isn’t always the case, of course: If an Fe feels that their feelings are not worth bothering people with or that their feelings are inappropriate, they may try to hide them. Fe-feelers tend to like to talk about their feelings and to ask about how others are feeling as well, often hoping to help them if they’re unhappy (this can be by listening, talking, or doing things if asked).

Generally, feels that following societal/group rules/morals will lead in the right direction. Generally, looks outward for moral guidance and societal rules; more likely to discuss what ought to be socially agreed upon to be right: Many people in the atheist-vs-theist sort of debates who talk about morality prominently tend to be Fe-users: Think Sam Harris who argues that science can help give us right or wrong answers to moral questions, – answers for everyone to follow, – or think of William Lane Craig who argues that, without religion and the Abrahamic god, we all won’t have any morals and, because of that, religion is true and the Abrahamic god is real.

More likely to feel others are better off conforming to the group and often encourages homogeneity (make changes and you’ll fit in with the group): Though Fe-users are oftentimes okay with people being different, they tend to feel it’s better when people conform to their group or to society so that everyone feels better and no one is left out. This also creates harmony in the group, which Fe-users (perhaps feelers especially) enjoy. Some Fe-users are more than happy to help others fit in. Because of this, Fe-users may lie or conceal information or emotions for the group to maintain social harmony and so as not to offend. On the other hand, there are also many Fe-users who feel very strongly about social harmony as a whole and that everyone should act a certain way or do certain things because they are the right things for everyone and it’s better in the long run, in which case they will offend others for this cause (even if they don’t like it now, they feel it’s better for everyone later on).

- Possible bad points:

May appear selfish, especially to Fi

May appear phony, especially to Fi

May appear overly emotional or too concerned with emotions, especially to Fi

May over estimate ability to read or understand others’ emotions and what they may need

May follow societal rules or agreed-upon ethical codes unquestioningly, regardless of logic

May be too aware of others’ emotions and unaware of or unable to distinguish own emotions

May limit the circle of feeling/empathy/understanding only to a select few, making it easy to be, at the least, rude, or, at the most, immensely cruel to those outside of the circle

A last note on Fi vs Fe:

Extroverted functions are more often obvious because they appear present in the outside world, whereas introverted functions can seem lacking due to their inward nature. Fe-users are more likely to talk about, share, enquire after, or concern themselves with emotions or morality. Fi-users are more likely to act on emotions or their view of morality without necessarily being able to accurately describe why they feel this way or act this way, because it’s an inward, self-concerned function. And, lastly, I find that introverted functions can be considered private or personal to many people, especially the feeling function, so people may act accordingly.

anonymous asked:

Hey milly! What are your thoughts on losing 'virginity'/first time having sex on a one night stand?? Xxx

hey here is a post i made ages ago which sums my beliefs on the whole ‘virginity thing up http://night-rooms.tumblr.com/post/137405545831/do-you-mind-explaning-why-do-you-believe-that

As for having sex first time on a one night stand i think its about the individual and how they feel. as long as the experience is safe and comfortable and the individual is happy to have a sexual experience like that then why is that a problem!!! 

i have never had ‘a one night stand’ ok..technically I have once, but it ended up not being a one night stand anymore and actually had deeper emotional value than just..sex (and we met up again and are still communicating) so yeah! I think i wont ever be able to have casual sex or a one night stand because i always make things more … emotional .. and not casual and want to know about the person before anything happens, even if its in a casual environment. but for some people they can have sex purely for pleasure ! for me its more of a emotional as well as pleasure thing. 

i think its important that peoples sexual experiences are positive. lots of people get drunk and have one night stands and to me the whole thing of drunken sex is not appealing and is actually quite worrying because it could make people vulnerable. so all in all, as long as people are comfortable and safe and are with someone who respects them. that is fine. i think for first sexual experiences you are slightly more vulnerable than if you have had sex before because your sexual /bodily awareness with someone else is not as in tune, so this means it should be especially especially with someone who is caring, considerate and who can communicate. this can still happen on a one night stand ! so it just depends on the individual suituation

xx

PH Characters’ Favorite Disney Classics

[in reference to their backstories, personalities, dreams, etc.]

Jack Vessalius - Aladdin

Oz Vessalius - Peter Pan

Oscar Vessalius - Up

Ada Vessalius - The Black Cauldron

Gilbert Nightray - Brother Bear

Vincent Nightray - Sleeping Beauty

Elliot Nightray - The Aristocats

Leo Baskerville - Beauty and the Beast

Lily Baskerville - Dumbo

Lottie Baskerville - Oliver & Company

Alice Baskerville - Mulan

Lacie Baskerville - Cinderella

Oswald Baskerville - Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs

Sharon Rainsworth - Lady and the Tramp

Xerxes Break - The Hunchback of Notre Dame

Reim Lunettes - The Great Mouse Detective

Rufus Barma - Robin Hood (or, for those of us who love making fun of Rufus, The Emporer’s New Groove)

Isla Yura - Atlantis

Echo - The Little Mermaid