Imagine talking to Chris about details of your upcoming wedding. You spent the day meeting with florists and caterers, and finally found a bakery that would make him an apple pie to go alongside the wedding cake. In the middle of all your rambling, you notice he isn’t even listening - he’s just staring at your lips as you talk. He can’t help but laugh that you caught him. He swears this is all very important to him, but he loves the way you speak when you’re passionate about something.
I’m really happy that I was able to eat the “Let’s be Friends Brulee” (友達になろうブリュレ)” or the Otayuri Creme Brulee for Otayuri fans like me from the Yuri on Ice Cafe earlier. I also noticed that there are 12 pictures on the center wall. I wasn’t able to take a picture of them all individually (only the Otayuri one and it has #10 on it). Been wondering on what does the #10 means and I realized that the all of the pictures and the numbers written on them are based on which episode is it from (please do correct me if I’m wrong). And if I’m right, I’m really happy that they’ve chosen to use the Otayuri scene for chapter 10. (Also I really like the picture they choose for our bear prince Otabek)
In late March, when 22-year-old Taylor Pollard posted two pictures of her 10-year-old sister Kheris Rogers on Twitter, she was just trying to brighten her day.
“My sister is only 10, but already royalty,” Pollard wrote, concluding the post with the hashtag #FlexinInHerComplexion.
But with that tweet, which went viral with more than 83,000 likes, Pollard ended up not only brightening her sister’s day, but changing her life and paving the way for Rogers’ new clothing line, Flexin’ In My Complexion, which aims to spark confidence in anyone that’s faced colorism in their life, like Rogers has. Read more (5/22/17)