made it through today

Friendly & warming reminder; If you’re reading this, just remember that you made it through until today. You deserve all the happiness around you. All the hard times will pass because nothing is permanent. I hope you find all the things you’ve been searching. I love you, people around you loves you :)

every time my team loses badly my immediate reaction is going back through my entire day to try to figure out what I personally did to jinx them

i haven’t been able to scroll through tumblr all day and it’s been killing me because clearly the skam fam went above and beyond today. i feel bad for the future fans who dig up some old posts and have to figure out why everyone is sucking a board, who was the storefront in season 3, and why, for a show dedicated to social media and technological storytelling, we were freaking the fuck out over black and white screenshots where you can literally see the pixels.

Not Today (Pitch Shift)
방탄소년단
Not Today (Pitch Shift)

방탄소년단 - Not Today


All the underdogs in the world

A day may come when we lose

But it is not today. Today we fight!


No not today

언젠가 꽃은 지겠지

Someday the flowers will wither

But no not today

그 때가 오늘은 아니지

That time is not today

No no not today

아직은 죽기엔 too good day

It’s still too good a day to die

No no not today no no no not today

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Sun letters and Moon letters in Arabic 

In the Arabic alphabet, there are 28 letters; 14 of them are the so called Sun Letters (حُرُوف شَمْسِيّة), the other 14 are the Moon Letters (حُرُوف قَمَرِيّة). Depending on whether a word starts with a Sun Letter or a Moon Letter, the article ال is pronounced differently. 
The rules for this are quite simple: 

If a word starts with a Moon Letter, ال is pronounced al. 
If a word starts with a Sun Letter, you do not pronounce the ل (lam; like the english letter l) in the article ال. What happens here is that the ل is assimilated. Instead, you pronounce the first letter of the word, the Sun Letter, with a ّ - a shadda; that means it’s pronounced twice, like in the word الشَّمْس (ash-shams; the sun) for example or in الرَّجُل (ar-rajul; the man). 

These are the Moon Letters: 

أ ب ج ح خ ع غ ف ق ك م ه و ي

And these are the Sun Letters: 

ت ث د ذ ر ز س ش ص ض ط ظ ل ن

Now, technically speaking, you have to memorize them. There’s not really a way around it; but maybe you can make out some patterns as to which letters are Sun Letters and which ones are Moon Letters. For example, you might notice that a lot of Moon Letters tend to be pronounced in the back of your mouth or your throat whereas your tongue plays a more important role in pronouncing the Sun Letters. They’re pronounced in a way that would make it difficult for you to pronounce them together with the letter ل. Try saying al-schams (الشَّمْس; the sun) instead of saying ash-shams or al-rajul (الرَّجُل; the man) instead of ar-rajul and you might realize it’s more difficult than saying for example al-qamar (القَمَر; the moon) or al-bait (لبَيت; the house). 

I do recommend you practice these if memorizing things isn’t for you. To help you, I have compiled a list with words that start with Sun Letters and words that start with Moon Letters. Knowing example-words that start with the letters in question helps me personally remember which ones are Sun Letters and which ones are Moon Letters the best so maybe it’ll help you too! 
(Feel free to point out mistakes or suggest corrections and bear with me because of the transliteration. I’ve only ever learnt how to do it in German.)

Edit: it’s الْفيلم, I forgot the ي! Sorry :)

I don’t even need anyone to date me ever again, I just need teachers to keep saying I’m a joy to have in class

My dear lgbt+ kids, 

If you had a bad dysphoria day today and you made it through it without breaking down, i’m so proud of you. You’re brave and strong and i love you. 

If you had a bad dysphoria day today and you did break down, i’m so proud of you. Surviving is hard enough but you do that and you do a great job at it, i love you. 

If you had a bad dysphoria day today, i’m so proud of you and i love you. 

With all my love, 

Your Tumblr Mom

Whatever It Takes

Word Count: 1267 (I don’t know what happened)

Paring: Loki x reader

Warnings: depression, loneliness, insomnia, nightmares, mentions of the sexy, fluff

Summary: Loki has been crushing on Her for years, and it got worse after she and Thor became a couple. But one day, things change. 

Note: it sounds terrible sorry, but I actually like this one. And I am really obsessed with Whatever It Takes by Imagine Dragons. Sorry for mistakes. I would love feedback! (not my gif I found it on google)

Loki looked at Her from the other side of the living room in the Stark tower. She was laughing with Natasha over something Clint had said. Loki figured it was something stupid since Tony rolled his eyes at it. Loki’s brother, Thor, was holding over Her waist, looking lovingly at Her. Loki felt the anger and sadness rise to his chest, ‘cause he knew that Thor loved Her so much, and that he was much better for Her than he himself would ever be. She turned to face Thor, and left a kiss on his lips before She took off to somewhere. The other avengers walked out to the kitchen. Thor gave Loki a questioning look, but Loki just looked down at his book again.

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Day 1.

I walk into my first shift as a veterinarian. My. First. Ever. Shift. My first ever shift as a vet and an emergency one at that (I also questioned why I decided to make being a new grad harder for myself). I walk in wearing my brand new, freshly ironed scrubs with my stethoscope hanging around my neck, my new name tag pinned perfectly on my top depicting that “yes, I am a doctor now” (despite the fact I do not feel like one) and my Mini Vet Guide tucked securely in my left pocket. I spent a majority of the day studying (read: freaking out followed by spending 3 hours laying in my bath reflecting on why I stupidly decided to become a vet), with a feeling of absolute and utter raw fear building in the bottom of my stomach. To say I was petrified was an understatement.

“Your first consult is here”, says the vet on shift with me. I swear if there were ECG leads hooked up to me in that moment, the trace would depict a sudden surge of tachycardia (on top of my pre-existing, anxiety induced tachycardia). I stare blankly at the computer screen, the consult note says “acute onset vomiting and diarrhoea”. In that moment, everything I know about vomiting and diarrhoea vanishes. Great. All I want to do is run. 

I walk out to the waiting room. “Hello, my name is Olivia and I am one of the emergency vets, I believe your little one isn’t well”. Introducing myself for the first time as a veterinarian to a client and patient has got to be the most surreal experience. I still sometimes feel like I am still a student in first year, learning the basics of anatomy and physiology. I still cannot believe that I have made it through those 6 grueling years and am standing here today in front of my first patient. 

I get a thorough history, perform my physical examination and explain to the owners that I am going to grab a blood pressure and temperature in the treatment room. I walk out the back, my patient in my arms, and feel like I am in another world. It is up to me to decide what to do with this sweet little dog. I have to decide if I want to admit to hospital, what to treat with and what the plan is going to be. It is all on me. I finally decide on my treatment plan, and it is announced that my second consult is waiting - a dog with a fishhook in his leg. Onto the next one. 

I have been thrown into the deep end working in emergency. I feel as though I am doggy paddling my way through it. I ask a heap of silly questions, I second guess myself constantly,  I do dose calculations 4-5 times just to be sure that I am not under or over dosing a patient. I constantly run my treatment plans past someone more senior. All I want to do, is the best I can for my patients. 

I survived day 1. I am now at day 22 and am still surviving.