idea 4

Okay so this is probably irrelevant and I’m probably wrong but to me this looks like a Robin bird. So (probably reading too much in to it) I think that in Daisy’s world there will be lots of different things to remind her that it’s not real and that she has a real life and this isn’t it, so things like the robin and the bobble head dancer from her van. Little things that had a really big importance to her will help not only her stay focused on the task and remember reality but will also help her to prove to the others that they’re in the framework. Idk


Stanuary week three: Memories
Bit by bit all of his memories return, but not all of them are good ones.

You can see all of my Stanuary entries here.

“I still remember your first haircut…” 

y'all beronica at hogwarts will kill me tho like

  • baby slyth!veronica meeting huff!betty and immediately deciding she’s her person and fuck what the dumb talking hat says
  • ronnie getting sat down by her parents in her first year bc ‘u can’t just hex anyone who doesn’t like betty, honey’
  • veronica crying on betty’s shoulder and sleeping in the hufflepuff common room with her when her father gets sent to azkaban
  • ronnie getting upset bc she’s spent so much time with huffs that betty’s housemates aren’t even intimidated by her anymore
  • betty getting her first detention because she hexed a gryff who called ronnie’s father a criminal
  • alice cooper, poster woman for the slyth charity ball, hating that betty is a huff
  • veronica being forbidden from the cooper household bc of that one time she gave alice severe facial warts for calling betty a disappointment
  • betty staying with veronica’s family over summer break to avoid her mom
  • ronnie wearing a huff scarf to betty’s quidditch games and her housemates barely even caring bc they’ve come to just expect this shit from her now
  • slyth!ronnie and huff!betty basically just being such obnoxious ride or dies that no one is surprised when they finally start dating in their sixth year

[TianShan Week]

Day 4: Shield

…Rubber gloves provides protection for your hands!

In the last panel, Guan Shan should also say, “at least clean up your own bloody mess…”

Totally rushed this but I wanted to post something or else it will never see the light of day lol. I want to work on this some more later~

Sherlock’s writers: [put out an incredibly confusing episode]

Sherlock’s writers: [add enough clues to make it look like the mystery might just be solvable]

Sherlock’s writers: [only leave 3.5 days to solve it before The Final Problem’s preview screening]


Sherlock Series 4 Theory

The “I love you” moment at the end of the trailer threw us all for a loop! Who was he talking to? Mycroft? John? A third party in the room?

I was actually struck by the frame of the scene, with John and Mycroft behind either of Sherlock’s shoulders. 

Doesn’t it remind you of something?

Ah, yes. There it is. The same framing from “The Great Game” with John and Greg on one side and Mrs Wenceslas on the other.

Which makes me wonder… is he speaking to someone on the other side of a phone?

And if so who?

Let’s take a step back and look at the rest of the trailer. And we can see that at 0.27 seconds:

Molly Hooper. 

What if Moriarty had managed to get to Molly, the one who mattered most in Sherlock’s survival of their “game”, and sought his revenge for her interference. And if he intended to kill her, he would want Sherlock to suffer. And what better way than to have Sherlock hear her death from afar, where he had no chance to save her.

And Sherlolly shipper or not, Molly is Sherlock’s friend. If he knew she was going to die, perhaps what little kindness he can afford her is telling her the words she needed to hear from him.


How to Find Direction in your Life

1. Keep a journal where you record all your different thoughts, feelings and ideas. Look for patterns and consistency – ideas that grab you and get stronger over time.

2. Explore new passions, interests and hobbies. Some of those will stick and intensify; others will slowly fade and disappear.

3. Step outside your comfort zone and try and break with your old routine. That will lead you in different directions, release creative thoughts, and spark some fresh ideas.

4. Talk to people to get different perspectives, and listen to their feedback, and points of view.

5. Have the self-confidence to listen to your heart, and work of developing your creativity.

6. Review your current goals – and how much they mean to you. Ask yourself: Do you still feel motivated, energised and inspired?

7. Surround yourself with people who are optimistic, positive, affirming, and who want the best for you. Also, it may help to widen your circle of friends as that helps to uncover different aspects of yourself.