mystery-in-space

big family dinner at the burrow

(based on this glorious post)

James: *trying to pay attention to the conversation at the table*

Teddy: *glances at James, touches his lips absent-mindedly, remembering something*

James: *failing to pay attention to anything except Teddy*

Ron: -well, all I’m going to say is you don’t need to go to Trelawney to know that all potters marry redheads in the end!

Teddy: *while everyone is laughing, morphs his hair to red and stares at James *

James: *looks over at Teddy and chokes on his water*

Ginny: *worried* James, love, you okay?

James: *clears throat* Yep. Fine. Absolutely brilliant.

Teddy: *looks away as if nothing happened*

James: /why do you do these things, and why do i still like you so much omg/

Teddy: /♥/

James Sirius played by my mystery crush @space-marauder

Am I the only person who doesn’t think of the Alliance as being super formal as a military? I’m not sure what exactly I think they do as far as rules and regs go, but I guess I just don’t figure they’d spend time worrying about proper military etiquette. Just MHO, and I honestly haven’t thought about it that much (I think about a lot of Star Wars things, but not…not that). Inviting discourse in. What do you guys think?

"Describe this podcast in 2 words"

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EOS 10- “space hospital”

Myths And Legends- “original version”

Serial- “journalistic goals”