hello!! i’m lucy and this is leah. so i have a statistics page here but like.. that’s boring af & i haven’t written a biography for leah yet but i will in a little bit !! however, to tide you over in the meantime here’s some little bits of information about them.
Jellal jumps off the ship to confront Acnologia and despite hitting him with meteor, Acno eats the spell, creating a powerful blast of energy that tears the sea apart.
Anna tries her best to open the timelapse/ravines of time, but she fails to do so.
Zeref, now ready to cast Neo Eclipse and say goodbye to the world, begins to unseal the timelapse.
Lucy notices alterations in the text of E.N.D., as Natsu’s body has been affected (the hole through his chest) which changes the text of the book itself. She takes pen in hand and decides to begin rewriting it.
Anna suddenly realizes that the timelapse has been opened (by Zeref) and in a desperate attempt Jellal tries to shove Acnologia into it, alongside himself, much to Erza’s dismay.
Zeref is ready to activate Neo Eclipse, but right before he does so Natsu gets back on his feet, as Lucy has rewritten the missing parts of his body and brought him back to life. However, upon doing this, Lucy is struck by a mysterious force…
To be Continued in Chapter 535: The Strongest
PENS TAKE GAME 1 OVER THE CAPS AND LEAD THE SERIES 1-0! FLOWER WAS FANTASTIC YET AGAIN…AND I LOVE IT! SID HAD A NICE GAME WITH TWO QUICK GOALS TO START THE 2ND PERIOD! THEY PLAYED VERY WELL IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE GAME, BUT THINGS STARTED TO SLIP IN THE 2ND AND THE CAPS GOT ON THE BOARD LATE IN THE 2ND, THEN TIED IT IN THE 3RD! BUT THEN THERE WAS BONINO, BONINO, BONINO!!
Final: Pens 3 Caps 2
Goals: Sidney Crosby (2) & Nick Bonino
JAKE GUENTZEL PLAYED A GREAT GAME TONIGHT WITH A BIG SAVE AND AN ASSIST ON SID’S FIRST GOAL! THE PENS GOT KUNI BACK IN THIS GAME, AND THEY LOOK LIKE THEIR GONNA GET HAGGY BACK SOON TOO! GAME 2 IS ON SATURDAY NIGHT…
First thing this morning there was an assault on another student. This boy tripped or grabbed this girl’s legs and she fell and busted her chin. She was sent to the ER and the boy left in a police car.
When I had the conversation with my first period about getting their hands to themselves, I got more jokes than serious responses. My first period is SPED/Co Teach, and those are the kids that were fucking joking about fucking assault. No. No. No. No. And then later I kept seeing kids touching each other! Considering how homophobic this population is, they sure can’t keep their hands to themselves.
Then the seventh grade boys bathroom rank of weed. They pulled a student from my 4th period because their brother was involved. And for some reason my fourth period is obsessed with taking pens and breaking them so they can ink their hands and my desks in the process. Um. No.
And tutorials was like pulling teeth because they didn’t send out notes yesterday to let them know, so I all heard were complaints about being there.
At least tomorrow we’re headed out to Austin. And I noticed that someone wonderful is also going to the Book Crawl out there (looking at you @lovelikesummer)
A long time ago I got an ask asking if I could show what’s in my pencil case and I really put it off for the longest and might have forgotten about it too lol.
Anyways here it is! I use Copic markers in place of things like Mildliners or whatever your preferred highlighter is, but someday I plan on getting a pack of Mildliners because the colors are similar to my Copics but they don’t bleed through pages :|
I also use .38mm Muji pens and a .5 Muji mechanical pencil, and look at how small the stapler and tape are! I got those in a little pack from Daiso Japan.
In the winter of 1995, scientists pointed the Hubble Telescope at an area of the sky near the Big Dipper, a spot that was dark and out of the way of light pollution from surrounding stars. The location was apparently empty, and the whole endeavor was risky. What, if anything, was going to show up? Over ten consecutive days, the telescope took close to 150 hours of exposure of that same area. And what came back was nothing short of spectacular: an image of over 1,500 distinct galaxies glimmering in a tiny sliver of the universe.
Now, let’s take a step back to understand the scale of this image. If you were to take a ballpoint pen and hold it at arm’s length in front of the night sky, focusing on its very tip, that is what the Hubble Telescope captured in its first Deep Field image. In other words, those 3,000 galaxies were seen in just a tiny speck of the universe, approximately one two-millionth of the night sky.
So the next time you stand gazing up at the night sky, take a moment to think about the enormity of what is beyond your vision, out in the dark spaces between the stars.
@bunny-yams braces!alex au is the best thing to ever bless me my crops are watered my famine is gone my skin is clear my depression is cured
im probably gonna do better art of this digitally tomorrow when im not fueled by coffee and spite but for now take these awful pen doodles lmao
somehow smuggles a pet into his dorm even though they're strictly prohibited and his roommate is probably allergic (it's fine, he's sure of it,,.. he hopes)
the kid you didn't know was in your class all year because they sit in the back and never speak up (seriously has he always been in this class?)
is friends with everyone on campus but doesn't know half of their names. probably also on a first name basis with his professors, honestly
asks to compare homework constantly. he knows his answers are right, and yours are probably wrong, he just wants to feel better about himself
STILL plays pokémon go in between classes. doesn't realize he's about to walk into a fountain until it's too late (how convenient that his overdue essay is ruined)
takes his finals in glitter pen because he forgot literally every writing utensil back at the dorm and it's his LAST HOPE, OKAY? IT'S BETTER THAN THE IDIOT USING RED PEN NEXT TO HIM (probably yugyeom let's be real)
accidentally ends up in an upperclassmen lecture but by the time he actually pays enough attention to notice, it's too awkward to get up and leave. learns a great deal about civil engineering that day, though
Finn does a lot of reading, when he wakes up. He burns through article after article of history, of linguistics, of culture. He may be strapped down to a bed and fresh from a bacta tank, but he wants to learn more about what it means to be human, and more about what it means to be this human. About the choices he’s made.
In the first 48 hours, Finn comes to learn two particularly important things.
One: that surnames mean where you come from, mean legacy.
Two: that there was a man called Bodhi Rook, and that he was very, very brave.
Later, after he’s finally discharged from med bay, he has to fill out paperwork. Registration, medical history, next-of-kin sort of stuff. Most of it he has to leave blank. He hovers over one little box in particular. Family name. He hesitates. Poe has already offered him his. The admin assistant leans over the desk, nonplussed expression on their face, and suggests he just pick one at random. Neither feels quite right. Neither feels like a history, or like a legacy.
He takes a breath, puts pen to paper, and writes Finn Rook in a wobbly but determined script.