it's the best i've found

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MAKE ME CHOOSE | asked by anonymous

regina’s relationship with emma or regina’s relationship with emma’s car?

anonymous asked:

Here's a suggestion from someone with BPD, coming out of a very toxic relationship: It's hard, but trust your friends. I've found the BEST coping mechanism for me is typing out everything I need to hear RIGHT NOW and posting it publicly but to everyone else. Why? Because if I need to hear it, chances are someone else does, too. It helps, and will help you. You are not alone. 💖

That is a great idea! Thank you!!

-Kelsi

“My lady, are you sure we’re supposed to be whiling away time like this when an…”

* Toccata and Fugue playing in a distance*

guess who went on anon to make you a birthday present @xenaphobiia :3

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recovery ▪ noun [s or u] ▪ /rɪˈkʌv.ər.i/

  1.  the process of getting back something lost, especially health, ability, possessions, etc.
  2.  the act or process of getting better; improvement.

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scorofthemanor  asked:

; for the person asking about patronuses, quizzes are a good way to start in terms of narrowing down your animal type. your element can help with this (birds: air, ground animals: earth, water animals: water), and the "animal in you" quiz is something i've always found helpful. this website (whats-your-sign*com/animal-totems*html) also has a very large listing of animals split into categories and described (usually) in detail, and it's been the best resource i've found thusfar for patronuses!

For that last anon!

ta-ether  asked:

Hey! I love the Medieval/Renaissance time period so much, especially the clothes. Do you have any resources I could look into to learn more about them, specifically the peasant/non-elite women's clothes? It's been pretty hard to find stuff and the best I've found has been from paintings (like June of the Duc de Berry Book of Hours). Also trying to find how ladies wore their hair has been astonishing difficult! Do you have any places I should look? Thanks!

Some useful texts to get you started are:

Scott, Margaret. 2011. Fashion in the Middle Ages. Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum.

Buren, Anne van, and Roger S. Wieck. 2011. Illuminating fashion: dress in the art of medieval France and the Netherlands, 1325-1515. New York: The Morgan Library & Museum.

Vecellio, Cesare, Margaret F. Rosenthal, and Ann Rosalind Jones. 2008. The clothing of the Renaissance world: Europe, Asia, Africa, the Americas : Cesare Vecellio’s Habiti Antichi et Moderni. London: Thames & Hudson.

—Alex

anonymous asked:

Omg I just found your blog, and it's the best thing I've ever done! Can I ask you a question? I've been trying to this one interview for ages and everyone has gods of it... You used in for one of your facts? About Germany & boxes having flask drives of an intimate gig they did? Sorry if this is confusing but?

wow thank you! And here is a link to the video you are looking for! x

(watch the video and you will understand this gif)