measure in

anonymous asked:

Jimin's wrist size is 15cm... dainty wrists confirmed

#Confirmed Dainty Lil Bastard.

You know what’s great is I feel like he’s really embracing his daintiness lately. He used to be all like frat boy swagger and muscles and muscle tees and he kind of looked like the human personification of axe body spray, but now he’s like…. hey get a load of me in the xxl fluffy sweater and kitty choker…….. check these dainty sweater paws…… look at how tiny and boopable my nose looks in these massive glasses……..

34week update

34week appt didn’t go to plan. Iv been busy today and hadn’t felt any movements and explained I’ll monitor it properly when I’m home as he moves most at night- she wasn’t happy about his as despite hearing him on the Doppler he still didn’t kick…

She sent us to the assessment center and again despite feeling a couple kicks, because it was so difficult to locate him due to my placenta, I was rushed downstairs to scan my waters and cord! Everything came back absolutely fine!

Midwife has drilled it into me that because of my placenta they’re going to be extra precautous and now need weekly appt and if the recused movements continue possibly weekly scans as baby can’t be monitored just by seeing how much he’s moving!

Really scared me how serious she was talking but I fully understand and appreciate it as it’s better to be safe than sorry! I’m 34 weeks but measuring 38 so she thinks I’ll be even earlier than last time!

👉🏻very tired and drained suddenly in the last week
👉🏻loose bowel movements vs constipation
👉🏻 VERY angry and upset very easily
👉🏻 leaking fluids every day without the urge to pee
👉🏻 cravings much more of a struggle
👉🏻 all in all a difficult week this past week but given how far ahead he’s measuring it’s not a surprise!

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Measuring the Universe, Roman Ondak

Starting as an empty white room, Roman Ondak’s Measuring the Universe at Tate St Ives has grown through the contribution of around 90,000 participants to a constellation of black marks. 

Through the simple action of measuring oneself, Ondak’s work doesn’t just expand on ideas of space and the universal but also the personal, creating a growing living artwork that questions just what a museum is for.

Instagram.com/wetheurban

In Response to Episode 45

Since the release of Wolf 359’s 45th episode, Desperate Measures, there has been a lot of very important, very difficult discussion about the show, and the events that transpired in this episode. After taking some time to make sure I thoroughly listened to a lot of what has been said so far, and to discuss with other members of the Wolf 359 team, I want to take a moment to address this conversation, and to share my thoughts.

Desperate Measures was a hard episode. It was hard to write, hard to rehearse, hard to record, hard to edit. And it was hard to listen to - we meant it to be hard. However, in the pursuit of that goal, we made an episode that veered into territories that were unacceptable. We made an episode that was hard to listen to not because of choices made by the characters it contained, but because of damage that it inflicted upon our listeners who are members of minority communities.

That this was not our intent does nothing to excuse the reality and extent of the damage. In this instance, the writing went far beyond any projected parameters and intentions, and that is on me. This was a shortcoming of empathetic thought and sensibility on my part, both as a creator and as a person of color. For too many people amongst the show’s listenership, the pain in this episode became traumatic in a way that fiction is not meant to cause. These are not the values that we want the show to reflect, and I take full responsibility for this breakdown.

If you feel you were personally betrayed by this episode, you have my sincere apologies.

If you feel that the pain in this episode was gratuitous or unearned, you have my sincere apologies.

If this episode hurt you beyond the scope of what fiction is supposed to do, I am sorry.

I stand by the outstanding work that our brilliant cast and crew did in this episode, and I stand by the creative team’s decision that the events of this episode were important to the story, both as a culmination of the journeys the characters have undergone over the past two seasons and as a transition point towards the characters’ future. What now stands out as an inexcusable flaw, however, is my limited perspective of how my handling of this material would impact its listeners. All descriptions of this episode are being amended to include a warning about the violence present therein. This is, of course, not nearly enough, but it feels like a necessary measure for future listeners.

I have said this before, and I suspect that I will say it many times over: Wolf 359 has the best fans in the world. We are blessed with the smartest, most incisive, most forward-thinking conversations about our show, which is yet another reason that it saddens us to have brought this kind of pain to members of the community. The only thing that I would request now would be this: whatever you need to do in the wake of this, please do it. If you need to say something, say it - and everyone else, please listen. If you need to send me anger, or sadness, or distress, or anything else you might be feeling, please do. If you need to go away from the show - either temporarily or permanently - we will be sad to see you go, but we understand and respect it. Every reaction is valid and fair as far as I’m concerned, there are no wrong ways to go through this.

We are able to make this show because we have you guys, pushing us forward. Thank you for listening, and thank you for supporting the show, even when - especially when - supporting the show means calling us out on our flaws. We hope to continue to make a show and to tell a story that deserves the level of care and attention that you have given it.

Thank you.

- Gabriel Urbina