merry meet everyone! since it is a new moon tonight, i wanted to share some things i’d like to accomplish in this lunar cycle in order to better myself and my craft.
meditation: iv’e never been big on meditation, ever. but this moon i’d like to change that. starting tonight, i am going to try to meditate for 15-20 minutes every night (finals are coming up so i don’t have much time, studying)
spells: i would like to branch out a bit more with my spells. i typically stick to sigils, potions, and spell jars but i have seen some amazing candle spells i want to try out.
body: i’m in the marching band at my school, so i will be outside everyday for hours in the hot sun. when we’re running sets, i often get lazy and slack. i want to push myself and max out every rep. also in the body category, many people go vegan for band camp to get healthier(dairy and meat can tend to make you feel very weighed down) and i’ve already been vegetarian my whole life so i would like to try to cut out a lot of dairy products this lunar cycle.
mind: like i said, finals are coming up, and i feel so much pressure on me to do better. i want to cleanse my mind and think positively.
how about you? what are your goals this moon? i would love to hear them so we can motivate each other! feel free to message me if you want to talk or make a witchy friend! my ask box is also open along with submitting posts to this blog! blessed be!
Summary: In a world where superpowers are prevalent, it doesn’t mean everyone’s special. Although Phil is gifted with the power of time travel, Dan finds himself without one. When they meet in a night of desperation, Phil musters the courage to finally find love in normality.
A/N: HEY BUDS! I want to start by saying thank you all so much for staying patient. I know I don’t post a lot, but it’s the support of all of you that make it all worth it. If you’ve been around for a while, you would know that I don’t write over the summer because I go to a summer camp, but I will be sure to think of new ideas for when I get back. I’m thinking that this is the second-to-last fic that I’ll post, so I hope you enjoy it! Heeeeeeere we go!
I am the type of parent that pranks my kids. Like, nothing that’s going to cause tears. Nothing traumatizing. But we joke around a lot and it’s par for the course that you check your shoes before you put them on and the faucet doesn’t have a rubber band on it before you turn on the kitchen tap. The usual.
But this prank, the one they just pulled on me? It shook me. They hid all my books. LIke, the sheer logistics of it is amazing. The books were two deep in these cubbies. It’s a good, solid prank. Especially for starters. I thought, good on them.
I was amused, bordering proud, when I looked on my night stand.
What’s that? One more book? Huh.
Everything about this is beautiful. The irony in that the book thief was the only book left. The cleverness of using a bookmark. The we are anonymous type signature. Her haunted look, like she knows where your books are.
Let me tell you, I have never been more proud, and if they continue to apply themselves like this, more scared.