Hello i love your aaart ! Is it okay to request pastel goth Celes ? (I'm not sure if she was already requested. If she was, I'm sorry and then I'm requesting a Izuru pastel goth.🌸) Thanks in advance !😘
The game is on Steam and we’re just waiting for it to unlock. Some things got borked in the approval process so we just have to wait for a response.
For those wondering about technicalities: the game was already pre-approved for us to publish but for some reason it was kicked over to a review queue. We’re patiently waiting for Steam to unlock it and guarantee you that we are just as, if not more anxious than you are right now.
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Listen. Listen. I got an amazing Voltron AU headcanon idea for you but you CAN'T GO RUNNING WITH IT MISS ONIONS I KNOW HOW YOU DO THINGS. From me to you: a Star Wars AU.
Predictably………..this is the longest one.
THANKS, ANDY. (I SCREAMED when this showed up in my inbox. Thank you for this gift, my friend. I hope you enjoy.)
(As a thank you to my followers for 100+, I took a handful of AU prompts in celebration! Prompts are quite closed, and I’m proud to present the culminating and final piece of this milestone series. Thank you all for choosing me on your dash!)
00. Lance has wanted to be a Jedi his entire life.
It’s his deepest, most sincere and heartfelt desire.
A Jedi is belonging.
A Jedi has purpose, a path and a place in life. A Jedi looks after others; a Jedi takes care of people. A Jedi is a protector of the galaxy. It’s a longing and a calling Lance has always aspired to.
A Jedi is great, and a Jedi is kind. A Jedi is a keeper of the peace. A Jedi has the Force, wide open and beckoning, bright and true. Lance has loved the Force and the Light for as long as he can remember.
A Jedi looks out for others. A Jedi looks outs for their own.
A Jedi belongs.
Lance is going to be a Jedi.
Little Lance, a handful of years old and toddling on tiptoes in the creche, pudgy face smushed against the transparisteel of the creche window. Stubby fingers leave messy prints, watching all the ships come and go in the distant hustle and bustle of Coruscant night traffic. That’ll be me someday.
Little Lance, older, peeking out from amongst his crechemates as they travel the halls. He watches the robes of the great Jedi Knights swishing about their ankles, Padawans rushing to catch up. That’ll be me someday.
Little Lance, sneaking out to the Temple Gardens late at night to watch the waterfall play, closing his eyes and listening to the Force gurgle over rocks, splash onto stones. The soft breeze of the Force through the grass, the flowers, the trees. The Force is everywhere. A pair of Jedi sit in the grass nearby, quiet, heads bowed in meditation. The Force swirls around them gently, a stream in its own right. Lance hides by his waterfall and observes, content. That’ll be me someday.
Lance, even older. Finally a Padawan himself, following at the heels of his Master as they head down to the hangars for their first mission assignment. Looking over his shoulder at all the other Jedi embarking on ships, returning from missions of their own. A hub of galactic peace, in and out, busy keeping the galaxy safe.
That’ll be me someday.
Lance, at the conclusion of his Trials.
Lance is going to be a Jedi.
01. Lance and Hunk have been best friends since the days of the creche.
“Are we getting anywhere?” Lance asks, leaning on the engine. The sleeve of his robe swings down and nearly smacks Hunk in the face.
This is Pearl, a super crazyass yorkie who gets everyone’s
love after 20 seconds spent with her. She’s gonna bark at you, she’s gonna make
a ugly face and try to grab your hand, which will get you to think she dislikes
you, but that’s actually a smile and once she gets to your hand she’s gonna
lick everything and keep asking for your attention, & she keeps doing that, but with the running around replaced by a sad cry trying to get you closer. She’s 2 years old and has been with
me for one year now. I may sound like a crazy person wanting help for a dog
which people would pay a lot of money to get, but that’s not my case. I’m
completely against buying pets, just so you know. Her previous owner is the one
who got her and gave Pearl to me as she was about to move from where she lived
and wasn’t able to take care of Pearl. My previous dog had died of old age a
year before that and she knew I was missing company & would take good care
of her dog, that’s why she gave Pearl to me. I know, this isn’t about me, but I just
wanted to explain that I’m not a rich person with an “expensive” dog. I’m not.
I’m just someone who was there when she needed, and I also needed her.
She was SUPER active. Like, really, SUPER. Jumping from here
to there, running around like crazy, etc. Until one day I woke up and she
wouldn’t put one of her paws on the ground. I got her to the vet for a consult
and she explained to me everything and I’m gonna try to explain to you even
though I’m not an expert:
She has patellar/kneecap dislocation on one of her back
legs, which means her “kneecap is dislocated normal anatomic position in the
groove of the thigh bone (femur). When the kneecap is dislocated from the
groove of the thigh bone, it can only be returned to its normal position once
the quadriceps muscles in the hind legs of the animal relax and lengthen. It is
for this reason that most dogs with the condition will hold up their hind legs
for a few minutes.”
But there are degrees of complications. At 1 the dog puts it
in place on its own by stretching the leg, most people don’t even notice that,
I guess I didn’t. With the “persistence of the condition, as well as the amount
of degenerative arthritis that is involved. Typically, a dog with a dislocated
kneecap will exhibit prolonged abnormal hindlimb movement, occasional skipping
or hindlimb lameness, and sudden lameness.” The vet said this is actually kind
of normal between small races, like Pearl.
The vet wasn’t able to put it in place (manually), it kept
sliding/dislocating. Meaning: she’ll need surgery, which is going to open up
space so the bones fit in place and don’t dislocate anymore - explained in my
words, which are easier to understand, believe me.
I already “paid” (creditcard which I have no idea how I’m
gonna pay) for the consult and the x-rays, which confirmed she’s gonna need
surgery, but I don’t have conditions to pay for it all. The surgery itself
costs at least R$5000,00 (about $1600) + postoperative care. I’m still
researching about prices but that’s the least expensive I was able to find for
now, and still gotta check every places’ backgrounds to see if they’re reliable.
I’m completely devastated seeing little Pearl like this. She
was this super happy and crazy dog and now she’s just… there. I want to help
her, I need to help her, but I can’t… not alone. I’m currently unemployed, not
because I want to, but because it’s really hard to get a job around here.
vet just said she shouldn’t move that leg and for me to try to make her not to,as movement equals more conflict. But she didn’t say how, that’s all on me. On
the pic you can see my attempt to make it still with a piece of cloth wrapped
around her knee, not very effective so I’m accepting ideas.
I can’t seem to get a paypal button to work on a tumblr post, so I added to my tumblr HERE(under my description),if you can please go there and contribute, I’d really really really REALLY appreciate it.
If you can’t donate throgh that page, you can also transfer using my e-mail, which is: firstname.lastname@example.org
If anyone can give something, even if it’s just $1 or $0.50, it will help. If you can’t, PLEASE reblog. It’ll mean the world to me and Pearl. Please, please, PLEASE help.
Thanks for your attention. Hope I come with good news soon. :(
(2017/07/16) $88.2 (R$280BRL) +
£ 10GBP (somewhat R$40BRL) + R$10 BRL, totalizing R$330BRL. I’m very thankful for all of your help, srsly <3 it pains me to have to ask for something like this, but it was the only way & place I could think of. I’m still far from what Pearl needs, but I’m positive I’ll get it. Her previous owner is trying to get help from her friends as well and for know was able to give R$100BRL, as this caught everyone by surprise. We’re doing this together, and now with y’all too ♥ Thank you ♥
(2017/07/24) got $55USD (R$173BRL) since last update. please help guys :( she needs to get this surgery as soon as possible! thank u for everything ♥
I don't understand extroversion. So I feel the introverted sister. My older sister is more extroverted than I am and sometimes it gets on my nerves, because she's like "let's go out!" And then I say "okay where?" And then she's like " why do I have to come up with stuff all the time?" And in my head I exclaim ,"because your the one who wants to go out!!!!"
Hey, friend. I understand where you’re coming from - as I happen to be the introverted sister in the conversation. I think I understand extroverts a little better than a lot of my fellow introverts, though, probably having to do with my sister being my best friend and us spending a lot of time together. We make allowances for each other. She lets me hang by myself when I want, and occasionally I allow her to drag me out to do things. ;)
So, here are some things to remember and tips to understanding extroverts (and you can apply these to hanging out/understanding pretty much anyone)
They have needs like you do. Not the same needs, but that doesn’t make them any less important or valid. Just because you need time to relax and chill and unwind in quiet seclusion with a book or a cat or a movie or your headphones or all of the above, doesn’t mean that’s what your sister needs.
Have you ever asked if your need to be left alone to recharge “sometimes
gets on her nerves”? Try raising that question sometime. The answer
might surprise you.
Respect their needs. Make allowances for them, just like with anyone
else. If you care for someone, you’re going to go out of your way to
show that. It’s not going to hurt you to cater to someone else for a bit
to make their day a little brighter, trust me. (You will probably feel
exhausted, but actually better about yourself in the end.)
There was the advice, here are the tips.
1. Strategically place your Extrovert in an energizing environment to recharge whenever possible: Introverts
are batteries. They need downtime to recharge. Extroverts are solar
panels. They need to absorb energy from other things to recharge. You
know how you get edgy and uncomfortable and worn down when you’re
overstimulated by people and activity? Extroverts feel the same way when
there is. nothing. for. them. to. do. They can’t stand it. It makes
them physically uncomfortable and can lead to bouts of depression.
2. Sometimes your Extrovert desperately needs attention/activity, but may not know how to address this need: This is when you step in. Extroverts are famous for their ability to look after themselves and blaze their own trails, but even they can’t keep up that pace for long. As an Introvert, you’ve got just as much creativity in your bones as they do - sometimes, arguably but not conclusively, more so. So if your Extrovert flops on your bed and looks at you pleadingly and says “I want to go do something” and sends you a text and adds “but I don’t know whaaaaat!” then it’s your time to make a choice. Keep a list of activities close at hand that both you and your Extrovert enjoy, and whip it out on these very occasions. Be wacky with it. Have some tried-and-true favorites saved, but don’t overuse them:
cafes (at which you can introvert on a laptop while they extrovert with the noise and people, just be sure not to ignore them!)
and sporty things (like, idk, bowling) or
sporting events (baseball games!)
-are all good things to put on that list.
3. Many Extroverts, like many Introverts, enjoy a good cuddle. Give your Extrovert plenty of hugs and physical affection. This can do a lot to brighten their day and ensure a healthy relationship.
4. Take your Extrovert along when you go shopping: Have some errands to run? Need to replace those old favorite shoes at last? Bring along your Extrovert. This is the perfect opportunity to spend time together, and to expose your extrovert to the soul-strengthening energy of other people and activity without requiring a full-blown neighborhood block party. Malls are great for this, as there are a lot of people around, but you don’t have to do a lot of interpersonal communication with strangers like you might in another setting.
Note: if you do not have the ability to drive, ask friends or parents to help you get your Extrovert out into the world more. Make family activities out of (or don’t, your choice) and find ways to energize your Extrovert without leaving the house. This can be harder, but doable. Make sure your Extrovert gets to hang with their friends every so often, as this gets them into a new environment and lends quality time to those relationships too.
5. Your Extrovert is NOT “high maintenance”: Your Extrovert requires a good deal of care to be healthy and happy, but no more so than you. When your friends let you be alone for a bit, they are caring about you enough to leave you out as needed. When your Extrovert goes off to do their own thing without you, they are probably taking your introvertedness into account. Introverts also tend to internalize things more than Extroverts. Your Extrovert may often voice opinions, feelings, or problems you think about but keep to yourself. This doesn’t mean you are dealing with them better, or that they are. You just have different methods of facing things, and that’s okay. Talk to your Extrovert about these things as they come up, and remember to continue to participate in the conversation once you’ve got your Extrovert going.
6. If your Extrovert appears sluggish or down, Emergency Measures should be taken IMMEDIATELY:
This is it, friend, this is the time when your Extrovert is as their
neediest, and it’s possible the lack of stimuli and energy is going to lead them into a depressed emotional state. They require something energizing and fast. Grab the car keys
and dash out to the movie theater, or just sit down and ask them about
their day and be prepared to listen, and ask for details, encourage the
conversation from their side. Extroverts like talking, Introverts like
listening - honestly, we should be able to get along just fine. A good
cure for this dangerous time is a good dinner out someplace (doesn’t
have to be fancy), and a car trip for twenty minutes or so (turn up some tunes if conversation is
lacking, this will still help to stimulate your Extrovert) but usually not longer, as your Extrovert can grow bored. Live out in the middle of nowhere? Roll those windows down and take turns shouting at the cows to see if you can get them to react. Live in a metropolis area? Just take a walk down the city
streets, maybe buy them some ice cream. (Warning: sugar at this
stage can be very beneficial, but can also lead to an extremely hyper
state which, if you’re not careful, can lead to a breakdown. Ice cream
is good, but make sure to do something afterward to help that energy
work through their system - and yours!)
7. Try to say “Yes” to your Extrovert at least as many times as you say “No”:
Why? Because your Extrovert is another human being, equally as
important as you are. If you say no to parties, nights on the town,
double dates, or random cafe visits, make sure you say yes to them too.
Your Extrovert probably knows about your introvertedness and will
respect it more as you respect them.
Your Extrovert will appreciate this, and in the end you will too as you build an awesome relationship and learn about how other people function outside your own personal bubble. Keep your eyes open. ;)
All relationships require some give
and take. Make time for yourself of course, but try to give more than you take.
Extroverts are not more special. Introverts are not more special. They’re just different. We’re all just different. So take care of your Extrovert, and they will take care of you.
I hope this helps! Remember, EXTROVERTS ARE PEOPLE TOO so take care of yours! ;)