ULTIMATE "OH FUCK I JUST GOT MY FIRST APARTMENT AND ALL I HAVE IS ONE CHANGE OF CLOTHES AND A THIRD SOCK" CHECKLIST
Wash cloths / rags
Stirring spoons / ladels
Tea infuser ball
Dry erase markers
Containers for salt, sugar, flour, etc.
Rocking chair (you know you want one)
Stereo system / radio
Desk / vanity
Minimum of 2 chairs
Tea lights /candles and candle holders
Cold, flu, pain, and allergy meds
Needles and thread
AA / AAA batteries
Rake (if you have a yard)
Jar of courters for laundry mat
Box cutter / X-acto
Rechargeable batteries and charger
Safe place to discard dead batteries
Mini travel fans
Emergency Survival kit
Window air conditioner
Carbon monoxide alarm
Chickpeas / lentils
Hot chocolate mix
And since people are having a hard time figuring this out for themselves, let me just say: every single item on this list is OPTIONAL, just look for what you need personally and let others do the same.
Family: Why are you always on your phone? What are you doing that’s so interesting? Do you have a boyfriend?
Me, internally: Abort mission!!!!!abortabortabortabortabort!!!
Me, externally: Um….no I….it’s just…..memes and….stuff….its Facebook……my friends text me sometimes…..I read a lot of ebooks…..uh….yeah.
Me, internally: Nailed it. *high fives myself*
Summary: In which Otabek and Yuri pine for each other a lot, and manage to drag other people into their own problems. (otayuri week day 1! prompt: confessions, otayuri, side pairings viktuuri and saramila, word count: 4095)
Otabek figures out that he loves
Yuri when he is twenty-one.
It’s during Yuri’s nineteenth birthday, too.
His plane lands exactly at midnight, and he’s rushing to get his baggage as
quick as he can to meet his best friend. He sees him the moment he claims
baggage – it isn’t hard to miss his long hair or his leopard jacket – and he
stretches his arms out as Yuri bolts over to him.
In the next minute, he has him in
his arms, and he hears a cheerful, “Beka!” in his ears, and, oh, he realizes. He is in love.
desc; punk!phil takes care of his boyfriend, dan’s, son while dan is at a meeting. dan’s son comes home from school crying and its up to phil “on some level im deathly afraid of children” lester to save the day.
a/n; thank you to @andromedalester for betaing this 2am explosion of words and dubbing it ‘SO GOSH DANG SUTE’ i love u v much em ty or helping me out <33
gender rolls are the only bad type of bread
The door swung open and hit the doorframe with a resonating crack. Phil perked his ears up from his bowl of cereal and looked over, just in time to see Finn crawl onto the couch next to him. The kindergartner snuggled into his arm and Phil made sure to set the bowl away.
Finn almost never touched him, still not understanding why Phil had moved in with him and his father, Dan. He hadn’t expected a smidge of affection this early on – being the stranger, in Finn’s home – and made sure to wrap his tattoo clad arms around the somber boy.
For those who don’t have the time, money, or space, to make a larger altar, a pocket altar is a great alternative. They’re also far easier to take with you if you travel a lot, or if you always want to be able to carry your altar.
What to make a pocket altar out of:
-Altoid or mint containers. This is the most common one I see, and it’s effective. The containers can be painted, and are fairly light on their own.
-Jewelry boxes. This will limit your amount of room, since most jewelry boxes are rather small. They’re easy to carry around, though.
-Wooden craft boxes. Fairly inexpensive and in nice sizes at most craft and art stores.
-Sewing kits. Small, on-the-go sewing kits are about the same size as a mint container. They’re easy to decorate, but most have pegs for spools, so it may not have as much space as it seems to.
-Nail kits. At least I think that’s what they’re called. They’re pretty flat so it isn’t easy to keep anything bulky in them.
-Wallet. You can have a separate wallet for your alter, or keep it in your regular one.
-Glasses case. Fairly inconspicuous and has a decent amount of room.
-Hollowed out book. A lot more work and quite a bit larger, but has a lot of charm.