Hey everyone! My very good friend Kristen lost her beloved pet rabbit recently. He’s a friendly puff-ball named Leopard. If any of my followers from Long Island NY, specifically Massapequa or surrounding areas, have any information, please contact my buddy on Facebook!
[Transcript: A picture of a facebook post by Kristen Schmelzle that reads, “Hey Facebook, I’ve lost my Rabbit Leopard on the 18th and was curious if anyone had seen him. He’s a grey and white Dutch and was last seen on the corner of Forest ave and Linden Street. He’s super friendly so its possible someone thought he was lost and scooped him from my yard. If you have any info please contact me through facebook!”]
[Image description: Pictured are four images of a white and grey rabbit. His front half is white with grey around his eyes and on his ears. His rump and back legs are totally grey, save for little white socks on his back feet. He is a Dutch Rabbit and noticeably large.]
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But this is one of the best we’ve had in recent history. Not only is Kristen wearing this jacket like today or yesterday but Rob was seen wearing this somewhat recently when he was in London for a bit.
See what happens when Rob shows up on location to spend time with his wife and kids. Yep…Kristen does what she has always done…
Hey Kristen and Rob, I hope you had fun @ Kristen’s birthday bash! Sure looked like your friends did.
Hi sorry to bother you I was just saw the gif set you made for ftwd and there was an effect you did that I've been looking for a tutorial on. The one where you make the background a solid color and only have text or an image show through. I've been looking and I just can't find out how to do it. If you're busy no worries but I appreciate any help you can give. Thanks! -Kristen
Hey Kristen, you’re not bothering me at all, I’m happy to help!
Tutorial: Manipulating Backgrounds In Gifs
Disclaimer: I taught myself how to do this and I am 100% sure there are easier ways to do this effect, but I usually prefer to teach myself things like this. I really recommend looking for alternative tutorials on photoshop tutorial tumblr accounts such as itsphotoshop and yeahpsds after reading mine, not every tutorial suits a creator so it’s always a good idea to explore different methods!
The last thing I remember is getting on Jax’s bike after we left the carnival. Everything else was a blur. I sat up in bed as I took notice that Jax was gone I sighed to myself as I reached over to the nightstand and hauled out a cigarette. I took out my lighter as I lite the cigarette and sat in silence.
Soon enough, I got out of bed and trudged myself out of Jax’s dorm and into the club. I walked over to the bar and took a sear. I noticed that there had been no one around besides a few croweaters.
“Where are the guys?” I questioned the croweater working the bar.
“Church.” I nodded my head.
“If Jax is looking for me, tell him I’m on the roof.” The girl nodded her head and gave me a smile as I gave her a faint one back before getting up and heading to the latter. I
Once, I reached the roof I sat and stretched my legs out over the edge. I watched as the mechanics did their work and a few croweaters walked around or hung around the picnic table. Soon enough, the boys came out talking or heading to Teller-Morrow. It wasn’t till Jax spoke up that I came back into reality.
“Hey, everything okay?” Jax questioned with a worried tone as I nodded my head.
“Yeah, just tired is all.” Jax nodded his head. I knew he knew something was wrong but I also knew he didn’t know what. “How was church?”
“Ah, it was good. Elliot came by and wants us to find the son of a bitch who did this to his daughter.” I nodded my head about to speak up before I noticed Hale’s jeep pull into the parking lot. “Looks like deputy dipshit is here, want me to send him up?” Jax questioned as I nodded. “Are you sure you’re okay? You usually would have hit me by now for saying shit about Hale.”
“Yeah, yeah I’m fine. Now, go get Hale before the club terrorizes him.” Jax nodded his head before going down to get Hale. I watched as Jax walked out of the club and pointed to where I was before pointing him in the direction of how to get up here.
“Hey, how are you doing?” Hale questioned once he reached the roof. I smiled faintly at him before answering.
“Good, how about you?” I questioned back.
“Good,” Hale said as he took a seat next to me. “It was a nice thing you did back there… At the carnival.” Hale said as I nodded my head before changing the subject.
“Hale, can I ask you something?” I questioned as I turned to him.
“Yeah, of course.”
“What are we?” Hale looked taken off guard as I asked him my question.
“What do you mean?” He questioned back as I looked away from him.
“Well, are we friends or are more than friends?” I said simply as I saw Hale staring at me through the corner of my eye.
“Well, what do you think we are?” Hale questioned as I looked at him with my “Seriously” face.
“Well, if I knew that I wouldn’t have asked,” I said as Hale nodded his head.
“Uh… Well… I’d like to be more than friends if that’s okay with you? But I mean if it’s not we ca-” I cut Hale off by pulling him into a kiss. Hale didn’t move at first until he began to kiss me back.
“It’s okay with me,” I said once we pulled away. Hale smiled as Jax and the boys cheered from down below.
“Listen, I hate to run but I got to get to work. Maybe I can stop by after work?” Hale questioned as I smiled.
“Sure, I should be here.” Hale nodded his head as he began to stand up as I did the same.
“Great…” Hale trailed off as he looked down at his hands.
“What is it?” I questioned as he looked back up at me.
“Well, I was wondering if I could… Uh… Kiss you?” I giggled as I nodded my head.
“Yes, of course.” I giggled as Hale began to lean in. I grabbed him by the shoulders and meeting him the rest of the way. I felt our lips connect as they moved in sync. Soon enough we pulled away.
“See you later, Hale,” I said with a wink as I turned and headed for the latter before climbing down leaving a stunned Hale on the roof. Once, I reached the club I walked over to the bar and took a seat.
“So, you and Hale? Eh Lassie?” Chibs questioned as he nudged me with a smile.
“Yeah,” I said with a smile and a blush.
“I’m happy for you but make sure he’s not just using you for club information.” I smiled as I spoke again.
“I will,” I said as I stood from the bar. Chibs pulled me into a hug.
“I’m proud of you baby girl,” Chibs said as I hugged him back before walking towards the club door.
“Look who it is?! Kiss and tell?” Tig yelled as the boys cheered.
“So, (Y/N)? Dating the deputy?” Bobby questioned as I smiled as a crimson red blush fell across my cheeks.
“He’s really sweet,” I replied as Jax hopped off the table and walked over to me with open arms.
“If you ar-” Jax was cut off by Tig attempting to sing.
“I SLEPT WITH THE DEPUTY BUT I DID NOT SLEEP WITH THE SHERRIF!” Jax and I turned towards Tig with a confused look.
“Tig,” Jax said as Tig looked at us with an embarrassed look.
“As I was saying; if you’re happy, I’m happy.” I smiled as I nodded my head at Jax.
“Alright, Chibs, Tig. I want you to go see the cranes and see if any of them seen Kristen last night.” They nodded as they headed for their bikes.
“Jax and (Y/N), I want you to go see if you can find anything out from Kristen.” Jax and I nodded as we headed for Jax’s bike.
“I’m going to check on Abel, you go and talk to Kristen.” I nodded as I threw my leg over the side of his bike.
We pulled into St. Thomas as Jax back his bike into a spot. I hopped off his bike as he did the same. We walked over to the elevators before getting on.
We got off at the fifth floor as I saw the princess herself leaning against the counter. Although I was with Hale I still got the sting of jealousy when Jax’s eye lite up at the sight of her. As Jax began to walk towards her as I followed closely behind.
“Hey,” Jax said with the same goofy grin he used to give me. Tara turned with a smile on her face and a black eye. I smirked to myself at my work.
“Jax, what is she doing here?” Tara questioned once she noticed me behind him. Jax sighed as he began to explain that we were here on club business and that I had to be here but he also promised her that I wouldn’t do anything. Tara nodded her head still worried I would try to take another crack at her.
“Uh, well, Kristen, is down the hall fifth door on your left.” Jax nodded with a smile as he pressed a kiss to her forehead thanking her.
“I’ll go talk to Kristen. I want you to go check on your son.” Jax looked at me with a questioning look before nodding his head and walking off. I walked to Kristen’s room to see that her mom was by her side.
“Knock, knock,” I said as I knocked and pushed the door open. “Hey, how are you guys feeling?” I questioned as Karen rubbed her hands over her face with a tired look.
“We’re… We’re alright.” I nodded my head sympathetically.
“Why don’t you get yourself a coffee and I’ll stay with her.” Karen looked back at her daughter before sighing and nodding her head.
“Thank you.” I watched as Karen walked out of the room before I took a seat.
“Hey Kristen, how’re you feeling?” I said as she looked over at me before scoffing.
“I don’t know how many times I’ve heard that question.” She said as I smiled.
“I know, it can be a real pain in the ass. Listen, I know you’ve probably heard this a thousand times but do you remember absolutely anything from last night?” Kristen sighed before shaking her head.
“No, and I don’t want too.” I gave her a half smile as I nodded my head.
“Well, if you do,” I said as I began to write down my cellphone number. “Don’t be afraid to call me,” I said as I began to stand. I handed my number to Kristen as she stared at it at first before taking it. I smiled one last time before heading to the door.
Once, I opened the door as I saw Hale walking down the hall towards my direction.
“Hey,” I said once Hale reached me.
“Hey, what are you doing here?” Hale questioned as I smiled.
“Jax and I came to check on Abel. So, I figured I would come and check on Kristen. What are you doing here?” I questioned as Hale smiled.
“I’m on police related business.” I raised my eyebrow with a smirk.
“Well, please. Mr. Officer, don’t, let me take you away from all the important work you have to do.” I said as I went to go walk past him as he grabbed my arm.
“I’m in the case of the rape,” Hale said as I nodded. I heard someone whistle as I saw Jax at the end of the hall signaling me to come.
“Listen, I got to go,” I said as Hale nodded.
“I’ll see you later.” He said as he leaned in and pressed his lips to mine. I smiled into the kiss until I heard someone clear their throats. Once, we pulled away I saw Karen staring at me with an unimpressed look.
“Thank you for stopping by (Y/N).” She said as I smiled.
“No problem,” I said as I walked past her before turning back to give Hale a smirk and a wink before turning back and walking the rest of they way down the hall till I reached Jax. Jax swung his arm around my shoulders as he spoke.
“Well, well, well, Ms. (Y/N). Are we getting caught kiss thing law?” I giggled as we walked towards the elevators.
“Oh shut it, Teller,” I said once the elevator opened and we walked in. Once the door closed I turned to Jax as I spoke.
“Hale’s working on the rape case.”
“I know, Clay called. He and his cop buddies are at the club questioning anyone who was there last night.”
“Shit, what are we going to do?” I questioned as Jax smirked.
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“Hey Victor, where are the Totinos?” Christophe asks from the couch.
There’s a man in the kitchen. Victor doesn’t know he got there, but he doesn’t question it. He stares, silent – there’s a box of Totinos on the counter to his left. With one hand, he reaches for it, and then pauses, second-guessing himself.
“Hello,” the man says, and his hair is as black as a raven’s wings, his eyes as brown as the depths of the earth. Then, the stranger glances at the box, steps closer to Victor and picks it up. He’s wearing a black outfit with silver crystals scattered up one side. “Totinos?”
“For… For my hungry guys,” Victor explains, quiet, sparing a glance at the couch where Christophe, Yurio, Georgi, Leo, Guang Hong, Michele, Seung-gil, Phichit, and more are sitting, watching Skate Canada.
“What are you hungry for?” the man asks, and his voice is sultry, enticing.
In an instant, he’s pressed against the kitchen counter. The stranger takes the box in hand again, removes a Totino and traces it down Victor’s cheek, a smooth line. Victor watches, entranced, and then meets the other man’s lips, hand slipping up his shirt.
“What’s going on? Are you making out with somebody back there?” Christophe calls, and laughter comes from the other side of the room.
hey!! im a complete beginner at embroidery, do you have any tips for starting out?
The first and most important piece of advice I’d give is to be patient and kind to yourself. I’ve been doing this for 15+ years, and even I still have days where I have to put a project aside or start over multiple times. It takes time and energy to master a new skill, so be gentle on yourself as you learn.
Second, start off with simple and larger patterns, then work your way to smaller and detailed pieces. It’s good to be ambitious, but don’t shove yourself in right away! Also, it’s okay to not stick with one particular style or colour scheme. Go wild! Explore your creativity!
Third, there are lots of cool modern bloggers and authors that put out patterns for personal use, tutorials, and even workshops! Jenny Hart of Sublime Stitching has great beginners tutorials, nifty patterns, and occasionally hosts workshops. Kristen Schuler of Hey Paul Studios, Eat Drink Stitch, and the Embroidery Instaguild also has tutorials, patterns, and hosts workshops. Urban Threads is a great website of patterns for hand embroidery and machine embroidery. There’s always a freebie pattern, and the variety of styles is astounding! There are also many great embroidery artists on Instagram and Tumblr.
I hope some of this was useful, and if you (or anyone else) has any questions, please feel free to ask!
I’ve been trying to think of a favorite cause there’s a few that I keep coming back to over and over but I think I have to go with domestic!wincest.
Sam wants domesticity so much, but he is totally ham-fisted at it. He turned all the laundry red because of one sock and ruined Dean’s favorite green panties in the process. He can burn water in the kitchen and he always forgets to check under his bed for dishes. But, he never gags when it comes time to scrub the toilets or the shower. He loves doing the dishes after dinner while Dean puts his feet up.
And Dean is an unintentional domestic goddess. He’s a gourmet in the kitchen and he spent so much time and energy looking after Sam when they were little that laundry and cleaning are things that he does without thinking. He’s such a germophobe though, and Sam is so happy to do the things that make him squeamish.
It makes them so very compatible in my eyes. Sam can’t cook dinner but he’s always happy to strip down to his shorts, pull Baby out into the sunshine and clean her up real nice and shiny. And Dean appreciates the show vigorously; usually two or three times.
It’s not sexy and it’s a little long winded, i know, but I love it. I love the two of them making a home together. And it’s perfect for them because it takes both of them to make it work.
Ashlyn does something before leaving for practice that makes ali mad and when ali gets home she finds out and later she calls ash and asks is she could bring back some milk and AND decides to also buy her some flowers to tear her but when she gets home ali ignores them and ash is a little bit hurt and then she asks ali what's wrong and she just goes off about whatever she did but it ends cutely
Ali and some of the other girls were already changing her clothes in the locker room when Ashlyn came in, followed by Alex, Toni, and Kristen. They were all laughing over something Ashlyn had said. Ali smiled at the sound of Ashlyn’s laugh. There was nothing that made her happier than seeing a smile on Ashlyn’s face. It only took a few minutes for Ashlyn to change. She met Ali by her locker and informed her that she had plans with some of the girls to go see a movie and maybe get some dinner afterwards.
“Ash, I thought we were going to start out Star Wars movie marathon tonight?”
Ashlyn completely forgot about her and Ali’s plans to get through all of the Star Wars movies on their weekend off. “Well, how about we start when I get back. We have all weekend to get through them.” Ashlyn thought that she was coming up with a reasonable compromise but all she really succeeded in doing was hurting Ali’s feelings.
“No, it’s fine.” Ali huffed and threw her cleats in her locker before she stormed out.
“Ali…” Ashlyn tried to call after her but she was already long gone, getting a ride home with Alex.
“Hey, Kristen. I can’t go to the movie with you guys-” Kristen cut Ashlyn off by sticking her hand up to keep Ashlyn from saying anything else. “Ash, give Ali time to cool off. If you go home now, all that’s going to happen is more fighting.”
Ashlyn knew that Kristen was right. She decided to go out like she originally planned to do.
There was a group of six girls from the team that went out together after the game. Ashlyn had made sure to text Ali everywhere that she went and gave her a rough estimation of when she would be home. Ali never responded, but she read every single message the second that it came through. They were all sitting at dinner, laughing and debriefing about the practice that they had earlier that day. Everyone except Ashlyn, that is. Ashlyn glanced at her phone every few minutes to see if there was a message from Ali and every time she looked down, she was disappointed with a blank screen. Almost six minutes had passed before Ashlyn checked her phone again, but he smile quickly dropped when she saw that the text from Ali was just asking her to pick up some milk on the way home.
Toni got Ashlyn’s attention by resting her hand on her shoulder. “Go home, Ash.”
“No, I’m fin-”
“Don’t even think about telling us that you are fine.” Toni said with a stern glare. “Go home to Ali and make things right. She is sure to be calmed down by now.”
Ashlyn was out of her chair before Toni had finished talking. “Thanks guys, I’ll see you later.”
Ashlyn raced home at well above the speed limit. After she made a trip to the grocery store to pick up the milk that Ali requested, Ashlyn stopped at a small flower shop and ran inside. The young man at the counter took one look at her and knew exactly why she was there.
“I’m in trouble.” Ashlyn said as she browsed the tables of flowers.
“What’s her favorite flower?” The young man asked.
“Roses. Roses are her favorite. She thinks they are romantic.”
The man walked over to a table on the far side of the room and picked up a bouquet of roses that had just started to bloom.
“I can’t guarantee that these will fix all of your problems.” The man said while holding the flowers out to Ashlyn, “But it’s a good start.”
Ashlyn accepted the flowers with a smile and reached in her pocket to pull out her wallet. The man waved her off and said, “Don’t worry about it. I know what it’s like to be in trouble. Go be with your girl.” Ashlyn practically sprinted out of the store while shouting a ‘thank you’ over her shoulder.
Ashlyn pulled up to the house and grabbed the flowers out of her passenger seat. When she walked in the front door, she could hear Ali washing dishes in the kitchen. Ashlyn set the milk on the counter and walked up behind Ali, slipping one arm around her waist, keeping the hand with the flowers tucked behind her back. Much to her surprise, Ali didn’t react when Ashlyn embraced her. Ashlyn reached by Ali to turn off the water and gave a gentle push to her waist to turn her around. Ashlyn could see the hurt in Ali’s eyes when she finally looked up at her.
“I got these for you.” Ashlyn revealed the flowers that were behind her back. Ali looked at the flowers briefly and shrugged passed Ashlyn without taking the flowers.
“Thanks.” Ali said coldly.
Ashlyn’s hands dropped to her sides and her heart sank. “Al, I’m really sorry.”
“It’s fine, Ashlyn.”
“No, It’s not. We had plans to start a movie marathon and I left you to go do something else, knowing that I was cancelling our plans. I feel terrible, Ali. I spent all night waiting to hear from you and every time I looked at my phone, I was disappointed. I don’t even know why I went out when the only place that I really want to be is with you.” Ashlyn held the flowers up one last time. “Please forgive me, Ali.”
Ali couldn’t help but smile. Of course it hurt her when Ashlyn left to go be with her friends, but it made her feel better knowing that all Ashlyn really wanted to do was be with her. Ali never wanted to be one of those girls that dictated where Ashlyn could go ad who she could hang out with, but she still wanted to be the top person on her list of priorities, even if it was selfish.
“Of course I forgive you, baby.”
Ashlyn automatically felt better. Hearing Ali go from calling her ‘Ashlyn’ to ‘baby’ was a good sign. Ali reached for the flowers and sniffed them once they were in her hand.
“The flowers are beautiful, thank you.” This time when Ali thanked Ashlyn for the flowers, it was a lot more genuine and heartfelt than the first time Ashlyn had tried to hand them to her.
Ali went back into the kitchen to put the flowers in a vase and when she came back out, Ashlyn had blankets and pillows strewn all over the floor.
“What are you doing, Ashy?”
“Hello! Movie marathon.” Ashlyn responded like this was the most obvious thing in the world. “If you thought that I was going to let my stupid mistake get in the way of our weekend long Star Wars party, then you were wrong!”
Ali shook her head and laughed at Ashlyn’s childlike personality. She sat herself down in the middle of the comforter that Ashlyn had spread out and grabbed the remote to load the first movie while Ashlyn made popcorn. They spent the rest of the weekend cuddled up together in their makeshift pillow fort, watching Star Wars and eating an unhealthy amount of popcorn and birthday cake Oreos, but there was nowhere else that either of the would rather be.