small breaks

ntarsm188097  asked:

is it just me or can you also see mare asking cal what they are going to eat in a battle? like they're fighting and when there's a small break the first thing mare asks is what's for dinner?

Yes! And she’s not even joking, she’s dead serious, and cal is just so confused and mortified that she would even ask that.

First Day On The Job

I started working at Wendy’s @ The Airport. At first, it was ok. Then the smell of greasy patties cooking got to me. I had not eaten and I felt like I was going to plop over and die. With the whole nausea came the thoughts of quitting, suicide, how I have to work for the rest of my life, etc. My team members were great. They assured me that at one point they were all new themselves and that I did a real good job. I liked it tbh. After taking a small break, throwing cold water in my face, and whatnot the greasy smell did not bother me. Today I go to work again and I don’t feel like going because anxiety but I deserve to make something work. I asked for part time 4x a day and then I shall increase from there. but yeah. that was my day. just wondering if anyone else struggles when it comes to getting up and working? Advice. Tips. Thanks.

Dear Evan Hansen Soundtrack Summarized
  • Anybody Have A Map: Wait how do you parent
  • Waving Through A Window: Tears and loneliness
  • For Forever: If I had friends
  • Sincerely Me: We're not gay we swear
  • Requiem: You were a douche and I'm happy you're dead
  • If I Could Tell Her: I said it but he said it
  • Disappear: I'm lonely so I'm gonna make a foundation dedicated to some dead kid
  • You Will Be Found: If you weren't crying you are now
  • To Break In A Glove: I got a new dad with the power of shaving cream
  • Only Us: Quit focusing on my dead brother and kiss me
  • Good For You: Screw you for being happy
  • Words Fail: Well I done messed up
  • So Big/So Small: I wasn't there for you before but I'm here now so love me!!!
  • Finale: The room is flooded with tears and that's okay
Do not take, share or search for photos of BTS wherever they are.

Please, let them enjoy this small break they have. Do not let Bon Voyage happen again.

If you see photos - do not share them. If you see the members - do not share their location, take their photo or follow them.


Please. Do not be a part of the reason as to why they feel they always have to stay in their hotel.

If they wanted to share their location with the fan base, they would have. Right now, I do not feel they want this information to be known. Thus, whatever the reasons are, I feel we can respect that.

I make mistakes. All the time. I mess up and I hurt myself and I hurt other people and most of the time, we can all brush it off and laugh about it a month later. But this time? I don’t get to screw up this time. Because if I mess this up, I lose her. I’ve tried living without her, and believe me, I can’t do it.
—  from an unfinished story #815
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Get the latest on women making history at NASA, our Juno mission, the Curiosity rover and move!

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2. Juno and the Giant

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3. When the Road Gets Rough, the Tough Keep Rolling

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Our research reveals that volcanic activity at the giant Martian volcano Arsia Mons ceased about 50 million years ago, around the time of Earth’s Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction, when large numbers of plant and animal species (including dinosaurs) went extinct. However, there’s no reason to think the two events were more than a cosmic coincidence.

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7. Shadowy Dawn

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+ Find out how understanding “cycles of obliquity” might solve solar system mysteries

8. On Orbit and Online

We’re developing a  long-term technology demonstration project of what could become the high-speed internet of the sky. The Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD) will help engineers understand the best ways to operate laser communications systems, which could enable much higher data rates for connections between spacecraft and Earth, such as scientific data downlink and astronaut communications.

+ See how it will work

9. A Big Role for Small Sats in Deep Space Exploration

We selected 10 studies to develop mission concepts using CubeSats and other kinds of very small satellites to investigate Venus, Earth’s moon, asteroids, Mars and the outer planets. “These small but mighty satellites have the potential to enable transformational science,” said Jim Green, director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division.

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10. Rings Around the Red Planet?

It’s possible that one of our closest neighbors had rings at one point – and may have them again someday. At least, that’s the theory put forth by NASA-funded scientists at Purdue University.

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