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we are now in the mountains (and they are in us) - bulletville (foxlives) - Justified [Archive of Our Own]
An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works
By Organization for Transformative Works

Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Justified
Rating: Not Rated
Warnings: Creator Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Loretta McCready & Raylan Givens
Characters: Raylan Givens, Loretta McCready, Willa Givens, Winona Hawkins, Rachel Brooks
Additional Tags: Post-Series

“You know,” Raylan says, “I got a daughter now. Four years old and the most beautiful little girl you could imagine, but she can be a holy terror when she wants to be.”

“You got a point?” Loretta asks, eyebrows up.

“Well, I was just thinkin that despite that,” Raylan says, “I can only pray she won’t give me half the trouble that you have.”

Things have been extremely busy for me lately. For those of you who care I’ve been working on my senior project since it’s going to be a pretty big deal. Anyway, I have some down time and I’ve decided to attempt this whole socializing with my peers thing yet again.

anonymous asked:

so basically the problem is that lately, I started feeling like both of my closest friends do not care as much about me as I care about them. By example, when one of them talks to me about her problems, I always try and emotionally support her and help her come up with a solution to her struggle but when I talk to either one of them about mine, they both just go "haha sucks to be you!" and keep on going with their lives like if nothing happened so im really confused on what i should do!

u need to tell them how u feel bc staying in an unbalanced friendship can be really damaging and they might not realise what theyre doing, if u dont say anything u dont give them a chance to change and also stay stuck in this situation thats making u sad!! i know its hard but ur best friends would want to know theyre hurting u and bottling things up just makes u bitter and poisons a relationship
The battle to save the Earth from Scalia’s ghost
The Obama administration’s most ambitious effort to fight climate change hangs in the balance. One of the late Justice Antonin Scalia’s final acts on Eart…
By Ian Millhiser

One of the late Justice Antonin Scalia’s final acts on Earth may have been to doom it.

Last February, on the final Tuesday of Scalia’s life, the Supreme Court handed down a 5–4 decision suspending the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan. It was a surprising development — a lower court panel that included a conservative Republican judge previously denied a request to stay this plan — and a chilling development for anyone who cares about the planet. The Clean Power Plan is the Obama administration’s most ambitious effort to fight climate change. And it is difficult to exaggerate the consequences if these efforts fail…

everymidnightsdreary  asked:

"I know my homework's late, okay? I just.... I've been busy lately." He was sleepless and he looked it, dark circles accentuated the steel grey of his eyes, and the look he gave a his teacher was weary... like he just didn't care. Teachers tended to be frustrated with Lyn. He was a smart boy, the kind who would be a great student if he would just do the work.

Mike sighed deeply and just accepted this. He knew that many students didn’t cared much about his subject, so he was used to late homeworks.

“Lemme look at it, if it’s good, I might not even lower your grade… ”

A Face for Radio, Chapter 8

Night Air’s very own wizard of the air waves, the golden tongued Rum Skinner does not need or want a producer especially not one that he finds himself tongue-tied around. Belle French however intends to prove her value one way or the other. Read it on A03

Closing Rum’s office door behind her, Belle said a quick prayer to get out of the station before someone caught her. It was nearly late afternoon which meant the whole station probably knew by now, despite her still only knowing a total of ten people who worked here.

“Ms. French.” Belle froze. Ten feet away, Regina Mills was leaning against the corner, smiling smugly. “I was hoping to catch you after your show this morning, but Mr. Scarlett told me you had run off.”

“Just had to take care of a few things,” Belle lied, smoothing her hair down from where she had lain on it.

“In Mr. Skinner’s office?” Regina asked, not moving an inch. “Is your desk not satisfactory?”

Belle’s cheeks flushed in displeasure, but she forced a smile on her face regardless. “I was just on my way out,” she said. “Can I help you with something?”

“Yes, actually,” Regina replied, standing up from the wall. “I wanted to say congratulations on your engagement.”

Belle swallowed. “Yes, thank you. We’re both very…happy.”

“Oh?” Regina continued, starting towards her. “Well, I confess, I’m very curious as to how two total strangers met and fell in love within the span of what was it? Seventy two hours?”

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Until we meet again.

every time the holidays roll around i like to think about how they probably miss each other like hell when they leave to visit their families, even though they literally spend every waking moment together. it’s not just christmas, either – it’s like, every second they spend away from each other (and i’m totally not saying they’re not able to function when separated) they somehow are still connected. i’ll bet you if they could use mind telepathy, they would just have hour-long arguments about eggnog and where snakes fart out of.

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