Jeremy hated pills, especially putting them in his mouth and then having to swallow it whole with a drink so instead he put it in a sandwich. He is about to eat it when his dad calls him and he leaves the room to talk to him. Michael had not eaten since lunch today and notices the sandwich Jeremy made, just lying on the table. It’s just one sandwich, he reasoned, he can make Jeremy another one later. And so by the time Jeremy comes back in there’s Michael playing Apocalypse of the Damned with an empty plate right next to him. Jeremy starts to freak out and Michael feels so guilty for eating his 400 dollar pill. They spend the night at Michael’s place and in the middle of the night Michael gets thirsty so he grabs a Mountain Dew from his fridge. The second he takes a drink, he falls to the floor in pain, Jeremy comes running down and tries to help his best friend when all off a sudden Michael stops struggling on the floor. He grabs Jeremy by the shoulders and tells him there’s a voice in his head calling itself a SQUIP. And what’s Michael’s goal? Not to get popular or the girl, but to get with Jeremy. And the SQUIP will make that happen one way or another.
« Nope. Nothing to see here. Just because some random chick fell into your ship, it doesn’t means she’s from another world. Nor she’s an alien. And just because she happens to know your name, Ace, that doesn’t mean she’s a girl willing to take the road of piracy just to save you. Or Whitebeard. Or Thatch. Nope. Not at all. »
Some crazy OC falling into the One Piece World in Ace’s ship right after they have crossed the Reverse Mountain, and Ace decides to keep her.
Hey! It’s been a while, huh? I’ve been sitting on this yoga lesson idea for a while now, but for some reason, up until now, I haven’t felt inspired to write it.
Since delving more into astrology, I’ve been able to pinpoint and further understand certain characteristics about myself and those around me. As well as characteristics though, I’ve also learned how different signs apply to one of the four elements and certain body parts. For example, I’m a Taurus which governs the neck and throat and that explains why I used to hate people near my neck – I guess LoA had people near my neck quite often?? – and why I sing pretty much all the time (even though I can’t, sorry neighbours). Like yoga, I feel like astrology can be a great way to understand ourselves and our bodies more. So I’ve put the two together in this post on yoga poses that benefit you in terms of your signs or that benefit anyone depending on, for example, what sign the sun or moon is in at the moment!
Aries Head, face, brain, eyes. Warrior 1, 2, 3 and humble warrior, chair pose, headstand and fire log pose.
Taurus Throat, neck, thyroid gland, vocal tract. Tree pose, peacock pose, locust pose, bow pose, and cow-face pose.