Baby why’d you leave me
Why’d you have to go?
I was counting on forever, now I’ll never know
I can’t even breathe
It’s like I’m looking from a distance
Standing in the background
This can’t be happening to me
This is just a dream
Warnings: Making out in the woods, claiming, naked fighting in the woods
Requested By Anon
Scott was ripped awake by a weak whimper, barely a whisper,
but he heard it just the same. There wasn’t much thought to what he was doing
as he forced his bedroom window open, snapping the lock, desperate to get to
When he ran far enough into the woods to pick up the scent
of whatever was making the noise he abandoned two feet, four would get him
there faster, he needed to get to it faster. When he finally found you he
couldn’t stop, the force of the Alpha colliding with you sending the two of you
back several feet.
For a few minutes the two of you rolled, snapping and
growling, the fighting only stopping when Scott landed on his back and gripped
the tops of your thighs so he could pin you to his chest. He didn’t need the
full moon to see you’d lost your clothes at some point during your rampage.
Some rough sketches of my watcher Eislin and Eder and Aloth X3
Because I don’t have a lot of free time to draw where I even can’t finish colouring my Morrowind fanart! >_< I decided to sketch this to make myself smile. And what to draw to make myself feel better if not some cute, fluffy moments between characters? Especially the ones you can’t romance? XD
The first sketches show Eder worrying about Eislins wounds (and of course she is blushing from closeness X3) and a not serious argument between them (where Eislin loses this time).
Sketches with Aloth are simple kisses on the cheek: first to encourage Aloth and second a gratitude or a good luck kiss from Aloth X3
Sorry for the bad quality photo. Later I will post a better one ;)
This is proof that I am not abandoning drawing
when we were sophomores in college, i got mad at you for not inviting me out on some pointless roadtrip or something, and i stormed out. i kept walking, all the way out our apartment and down the street. i don’t think i knew where i was going, but it didn’t matter. i just had to get out, find somewhere else.
and when i got there, i took a deep, clean breath and let myself be. i’d trudged all the way to the lake in nothing but a big t-shirt and sweats, and while there was still some time before the sun set, i sort of liked being cold and alone, unsure when i’d go back. the woods put enough distance between me and you, and the whole grove smelled like water and earth.
i found a big fallen tree in the brush close to the water and decided to sit in it. it was hard to clamber up with those lanky college-boy legs, but nineteen’s far from thirty eight, and i’m glad i took the chance when i could. it was nice to be up there, nestled in the crook of the wood. there were little bugs everywhere and it felt pretty swampy, but i just kept my eyes on the lake and the golden ripples the sun kissed into its surface.
i stayed there ‘til i got cold, 'til the bugs ate me alive. but i remember not caring one bit. i felt so at peace there, with the trees. trees and i have a lot in common, actually. we’re both tall and woody. not… like that. anyway.
do you remember how you showed up right at sunset? you found me sitting in this fallen tree, shivering and alone, and you called to me so softly, with so much hurt in your voice, that i hated having left at all.
“rhett?” you said. “rhett, i’m sor-”
“how did you find me here?” i really wanted to know. i wasn’t even sure how i’d ended up here, let alone how you did. you just shook your head, though, and struggled down the muddy cliff side, marking up your new converse. you came to stand below the tree and looked up at me. i remember that your eyes matched the lake.
“i don’t know. i just did. look, i’m sorry i didn’t invite you. just come home, okay?”
home. you meant our apartment in the city, our college-issued beds and questionably-stained furniture. it hadn’t felt like home to me all semester, but for some reason, looking down at you, silver and blue melting into pink and orange, bugs and swamp mud doing little to strike a mood, i believed you. you were right, that was our home. you’d somehow found me when i didn’t want to be found and told me to come home just when i needed it, and i realized, just like it’d been in buies creek…
Hi! Back in April of 2016, I read this amazing book. It was filled with AMAZING lessons, and I highly recommend everyone read it. Not only did this book teach me how to succeed in college, it also taught me how to just go about my daily routine. Although this book isn’t specifically about college, its lessons can be used to make your college experience even better. Basically, this just made my entire life better :D
Here are the powerful lessons I took away:
1) In order to turn your life around, you have to focus on changing one first. This is called your keystone habit, the habit that gets the ball rolling. They offer small wins, which in turn fuels your motivation to change other habits as well. Once you finish changing one habit, then move on to the second, and so on.
2) Habits begin as choices, but then become automatic behaviors. It does get easier :)
3) This is the habit loop: Cue, Routine, Reward. Because of this loop, habits can be ignored, changed, or replaced.
4) Habits don’t just disappear, but they can be modified.
5) The brain is awful ad distinguishing between good and bad habits.
6) Habits are delicate. If you change the Cue even slightly, the desired habit won’t emerge.
7) Cravings, or anticipation, help the loop work. Cravings are strongest immediately after seeing the cue.
8) It is easy to change the Routine if the Cue and Reward are the same or similar.
9) You must have faith in yourself. (Elle Woods said the same thing :D)
10) Don’t revert to old habits when new ones become difficult to adopt.
11) Crises allow better habits to emerge, because people are very open to change.
12) The best way to change habits is to engage yourself in a community where there is encouragement, admiration, positivity, respect.
13) Willpower is the single most important keystone habit for individual success, and it comes from self discipline. The best way to create willpower is to write detailed schedules/plans, so that if one thing fails, everything else does too, which in turn will impact the award. The more that is at stake, the more likely the individual is to be especially careful throughout the process.
14) People’s buying/spending habits are more likely to change when they go through a major life event.
15) People hate unfamiliarity.
16) When you have habits, you have control.
17) To modify a habit, you must DECIDE to change it.
I know I pretty much spoiled the entire book, but I feel like every lesson is just so amazing and important, I had to share. I am so grateful to Thomas Frank, from College Info Geek for praising this book so much! :D
It is because of this book that I am branching out in my reading, and exploring different scientific novels that will help me improve my life. I still highly recommend everyone read this book and see what they can get out of it. 5/5 stars, love this author, looking forward to reading his other books :D