plant bud

the signs as seasons
  • aries: summer // sneaking out to parties, bonfires on the beach after dark, worn sneakers and messy ponytails, crimson sunsets and hazy air
  • taurus: spring // light breeze, blooming flowers, the smell of rain, soft earth
  • gemini: spring // birds singing at dawn, fresh possibilities, capricious weather, easter eggs
  • cancer: winter // quiet snowfall, mittens, cheeks rosy from the cold, snow angels
  • leo: autumn // fiery leaves, caramel apples, cornfield mazes, pumpkin carving
  • virgo: autumn // afternoon strolls in the park, crisp fallen leaves, small cafes, knit sweaters
  • libra: summer // mixed cocktails, ocean waves, amusement parks, crop tops
  • scorpio: autumn // smoky fog, haunted houses, red flannel, barren branches
  • sagittarius: summer // windblown beach hair, road trips, frayed shorts, freckles and liquid sunshine
  • capricorn: winter // shortened days, crackling fireplaces, bitter winds, pale daylight
  • aquarius: winter // snowball fights, frosted windows, icicles, hot chocolate
  • pisces: spring // gentle rainstorms, baby creatures, budding plants, jumping in puddles
A Lesson in Love (Creative Writing)

Summary: (College!AU) In which you’re assigned to write a story about romance, a subject you know nothing about, and Bucky, a hopeless romantic, offers you his assistance.

Pairing: Bucky x Reader

Word Count: 2,547

A/N: The tag list for this story is officially CLOSED. Also, we’re nearing the end of this series. I’d say there’s 4-5 parts left. 

“A Lesson in Love” Masterlist + Soundtrack

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Originally posted by thoranda

The sun is out as you walk to your Creative Writing class. It’s a sign that winter is really being left behind, only to be replaced by longer days, warmer weather and an abundance of thriving greenery.

As much of a fan that you are of the freezing season, you’re grateful to see it go. The temperamental radiator in your apartment made your nights especially cold and knowing that you don’t have to depend on that for warmth anymore is a big relief.

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