moss is right

anonymous asked:

Kurodai in which Kuroo is actually pretty good with arts and crafts, and Daichi is lenient enough to let Kuroo make him a flower crown. Kuroo keeps the picture of Daichi with a flower crown as his phone's wallpaper for almost a year until another Daichi picture replaces it. (Moss anon)

“Saying Goodbye”

I read the update to Glass Silence by Zarrene Moss and it completely destroyed me. This is what I imagined Hermione looking like after reading Narcissa’s note. 

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The origin of your name. I looked it up for you, bruh. Elliot: brave and true. Did you know the origin of “brave” evolved from “savage”? You know, funny thing. My name means something similar. Brave traveler, adventurer. Savage traveler becomes brave traveler. Are we savages, or are we brave?

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Simon Menner, photograph expansive landscapes at military proving grounds and the surrounding countryside. They appear completely peaceful but for the fact there’s a sniper aiming right at you somewhere in the frame. “I like this project because the key aspect of the photos isn’t visible,” he says.

Hints: 1) There are two snipers hiding in the rainy scenery. One is to the right of the chimney. The other is above the light green moss to the right of the arch.  2) There’s a sniper in the grass located almost directly above the window.  3) There’s a distinctive rock located upper left. Draw a straight line down, and the sniper is hiding in the green branches.

Check out more photos (and the locations of the snipers) and read about Menner’s project.

Little PSA: If you own exotic pets, every so often, write up a brief caresheet in case of emergency, in case you are missing or incapacitated, so that someone can take over care for your animals. Review it every few months as animals grow or your care changes in order to ensure the information is up-to-date, and save it as a draft in your email, or email it to your emergency contact, or print it out and keep it next to your enclosures.

An excerpt from mine:

- Typhon (eastern indigo snake): One small rat every five days. Remoisten humid hide (hide with sphagnum moss, right side of enclosure) as needed. Clean enclosure every 3-5 days as needed, disposing of old substrate, scrubbing off fecal/urate matter, and replacing new substrate; wash and refill water dish at this time. Caution: use large snake hook to deflect snake after cage locks have been disengaged, as feeding response is strong, but Typhon is tame and gentle to handle.

- Rosy boas, Arete, Anabasis, Artume, Adan, and Alazne: One fuzzy mouse every five days. Clean enclosure every five days (day before feeding day). Wash and refill water dish at this time. Small snake hook MUST be used for Anabasis.

- Rosy boas, Amalthea, Acalle, Ask, Ascius, and Aurelius: One large hopper mouse every ten days (optional for Amalthea & Acalle: one adult mouse every five days, especially during breeding season, March to June). Clean enclosure every ten days (day before feeding day). Wash and refill water dish at this time.

- Agni (Arizona mountain king snake): One fuzzy mouse every five days.  Clean enclosure every five days (day before feeding day). Wash and refill water dish at this time. Remoisten humid hide as needed. Will musk heavily if handled.

- Auryn (leucistic Texas rat snake): One fuzzy mouse every five days.  Clean enclosure every five days (day before feeding day). Wash and refill water dish at this time. Remoisten humid hide as needed. Will strike if handled.

- Ayahuasca (tricolor hognose snake): One fuzzy mouse every five days; leave in enclosure, do not offer from tongs. Clean enclosure every five days (day before feeding day); ensure enclosure substrate is moist but not sopping wet. Wash and refill water dish at this time. MILDLY VENOMOUS.