“Why are you so afraid of trusting me?”

I wanted to tell him that it was because his words were too kind and his eyes were too green. That his kisses were too sweet and his promises too unconditional. I wanted to tell him that it was because his love was too easy to fall into, and that if he left like the last one did I wouldn’t know what to do. I wanted to tell him that if I put my all into him, he could just as easily leave with every piece of me. That I had just finally got those pieces back. I wanted to tell him, I wanted to. But I couldn’t.

—  Excerpt from a book I’ll never write #94

I’m sorry for messing it all up the first time,” he says, his voice filled with regret.

“I know I can’t take back what I did to you. I know I can’t take back what I said, and I especially can’t take back the fact that I hurt you.”

“But God, every single day I wish I could. I can’t even look at you without wondering what we could have been if I hadn’t screwed up.”

He sighs and fiddles with his hands a little bit.

“I guess what I’m trying to say is, I want to give us another chance. I want you, and this time I promise not to hurt you. I-” he says, his voice breaking.

“I love you.”

The words hang heavily in the air for a long moment.

“I can’t,” I whisper, holding myself tightly so I don’t break.

—  I just can’t.
Why Intelligent Armor is a Bad Idea...

Paladin: Intelligent items are actually pretty cool.  I hope to find a sword some day.

Ranger: Yeah, though I don’t know why people make intelligent armor.  I mean, it’s kind of creepy if you think about it…

Witch (OOC): *whispers* You’re wearing me on your body!

Witch (IC): Yeah, that’s problematic at best…

Ranger: I know, it just doesn’t feel right.  There’s too many opportunities for shenanigans.

Paladin: Uhh….

Witch: Unless it’s inhabited by a Paladin spirit, then it just apologizes for it all the time.  "I’m sorry, I know this is kind of weird but I’ll do my best to protect you.  It’s creepy for me to be worn you know.  Uh, by the way, you have several growths along your back, I think it might be a disease.  You should… uh… get that looked at… Sorry!  I’m sorry!  No really… I’m sorry.“

  • Liir:So. Ozma. I thought you were just a myth.
  • Ozma:Well you were mythtaken.

New Layout!

New year, new layout! I hope you guys like it! I have been spending my time to build this layout for a month–I know, I am so slow at coding, I, at least, dedicated my time to make this one. Sorry!

Anyways, I took the quote from Massimo Vignelli said that:

“Minimalism is beyond time, it is the stillness of perfection”

Yes, I feel so strange that I use minimalist style as my style. I really love the concept of simple and clean themes–considering that people who use my themes love the simple one.

Enjoy and feel free to explore this blog! Oh, please give me a feedback and suggestion! I’d love hear it. (It doesn’t work well on Firefox and Microsoft Edge, I will fix this, sorry.)

Peter: Don’t you have to be stupid somewhere else?
Ace: Not until 4.

The Sorting Hat is notorious for refusing to admit it has made a mistake in its sorting of a student. On those occasions when Slytherins behave altruistically or selflessly, when Ravenclaws flunk all their exams, when Hufflepuffs prove lazy yet academically gifted and when Gryffindors exhibit cowardice, the Hat steadfastly backs its original decision.

Pottermore - the Sorting Hat

God forbid if the students are actual people and not paperboard characters that are shaped to fit their house’s definitition and can only act in that way.