us together at the same place

anonymous asked:

You know, I feel very sorry for old Katara. Seeing Korra that carries some strong traits of her deceased husband. The idea of loosing Korra at a very young age might really hurt her. I mean she'd probably not last long to see the little earth bender taking Korra's place if that happens. Why, Bryke, why do you hit us in the feels? Then again Asami is going through the same thing, too.

Fucking feels. 

Also, Asami and Korra grieving together. 

anonymous asked:

I'm not sure if you know this, but when I pair your high waist cuffed jeans with your separated cardigan from city living, it creates weird lines that are the same color of the cardigan on the jean cuffs. This doesn't happen with your un-cuffed jeans though. Just thought you should know because it is such wonderful cc that I want to use together.

Hello there! Yes, I am aware of that–unfortunately since there’s not much UV texture space sometimes different parts of meshes end up using the same texture space and overlap :(

I’m hoping to go back to my cuffed jeans, though, and see if I can find a place on the texture map where they won’t interfere with shoes or other big accessories, like the jackets! 


     he waits patiently at their spot. the same place they used to spend so much time together as children. he can see claw marks in the trees where they would chase each other up and down, picture the two of them falling asleep beneath the shade of the branches.

     when he hears her footsteps stop, he knows it’s because this is not what she was expecting to see. he sent her a letter, she knows who she’s meeting, but he knows she doesn’t expect the changed clothing, his hair loose at his shoulders, the crutch he clings white-knuckled to.

          ❛ i’m surprised you actually showed up. ❜ he admits. ❛ after all i’ve  d o n e. ❜

instead of hero/villain ships being about weird power dynamics or sexual tension or whatever, hero/villain ships where is just kinda.. happens… like the hero spends so much time with the villain, trying to save them or rehabilitate them or kill them in some instances, that they actually start enjoying the villain’s company more than they’d like to admit. both sides end up have post or pre-battle heart to hearts, where they discover they have more in common than they thought. maybe the hero can understand the villain’s plight, or the villain comes round to the hero’s way of thinking. 

more hero/villain ships where the villain just sort of hangs out with the heroes. they’re bound to betray them at some point, or so the hero thinks, because they’re a free spirit who follows their own whims. but now the villain is crashing at the hero’s apartment and the hero doesn’t even care. sometimes the hero and villain eat takeout together or fall asleep in the same places. then the hero really notices the villain’s absence when they’re gone.

more hero/villain ships where the hero and villain have known each other since they were kids, or certainly for a long time. they were friends. somewhere along the line they became more, or at least one of them started to develop feelings for the other. then when they eventually become the hero and the villain, those feelings don’t just go away. they manifest themselves into strangled pleas and frustrated yelling. alternatively, the relationship continues, but it’s not healthy and they need to stop, but they’re addicted to each other. 

more hero/villain ships where it never goes past flirting and battle banter. they’re always teasing and flirting with each other, maybe even been close enough to kiss and smiled with shit eating grins on their faces, but both recognize it could never work. 

more hero/villain ships from the villain’s perspective. pining away for the hero in their secret lair or from prison. being so close to almost letting slip that they love the hero. the villain being mentally ill and unable to cope with their attraction to the hero and having that drive them deeper into themselves, to the point where the hero almost becomes the villain’s villain.

Our inside jokes-too many to name.
When we’re apart it’s never the same.
When we’re together it’s nothing but fun.
Replacing my girls just can’t be done.
As the years pass,
and we grow apart.
I want you to know,
that you guys are in my heart.
You helped me through problems,
through things good and bad.
You helped me keep smiling :-),
when I was sad.
You helped me with guys,
you made me stay strong.
How will I live,
when you guys are gone?
And where the years take us,
no place is too far.
We will think of each other,
wherever we are.
You’re wonderful people,
with good hearts to lend.
And I want you to know,
that ya’ll will always be my Best Friends
—   Unknown

Q: You said your dream is to become a music therapist… (x)

YJ: Because I like music. And I watched a documentary, from a countryside that look like a human theatre, a place like countryside. All kids have gathered together, and there’s an elderly doctor. He sang a song for them, and they sang rhythms together. He uses music to conform these people who were mentally ill, and cure them, I feel great after watching the documentary. I thought to myself: Ah, when I get older, I can also do the same. Charity, honestly, I like to do charity events. So I am planning to do volunteer work in Africa later on, I want to do mental treatment for children. I really want to help them with that thought.

DIY Herbal Cleansing Sticks.

 Ingredients: Sage, cedar, and rosemary.

1. Hold several stems of herbs together in one hand, all facing the same direction, woody stems together. Wrap the stems together tightly, overlapping a few times to keep it secure, but leaving a longish tail loose (we’ll use this to finish up at the end).

2. The author used half a strand of embroidery thread, but you could use any thin, strong twine. Hold the stems loosely but firmly, and use your hand to smooth the leaves down into a tidy bundle.

3.  Keep wrapping, wrap, wrap, wrap – doesn’t need to be too tight.

4.  Work your way down the bundle, wrapping with string – when you reach the tip, double back and zig-zag up to the top again. then tie the remainder of string to the loose tail you left loose at the beginning.

5. Ta - da! You’re almost done!

6.  Trim off the scraggly bits, and let it dry in a cool-ish place out of direct sunlight for about a week.

Thats it!


These super deep vegan peanut butter cups are twice the size of the regular Reese’s version, and super healthy in comparison! I made these as a special Mother’s Day treat for Ma (to be followed by pancakes in bed), and after a sneaky taste test, I strongly urge you to do the same (unless she’s allergic to nuts, obviously) 🍫

To make your own, melt ¼ cup of coconut oil, ¼ cup of cacao butter, ¼ cup of nut butter, ¼ cup of cacao powder, and a pinch of sea salt together over a low heat in a small saucepan. Prepare 16 small cupcake cases and divide half of the mixture into them, then place in the freezer to set. Make the peanut butter filling by mixing together 3 tablespoons of unsalted nut butter (I used peanut butter with LSA for added goodness), 2 teaspoons of pure maple syrup, and ¼ teaspoon of sea salt. Cool, then roll into 16 small balls and press onto the chocolate bases, ensuring you leave enough room around the edges for the rest of the chocolate. Divide the remaining chocolate mixture between the 16 cases, then return to the freezer to set. Store in the refrigerator for up to a week.

If you decide to make these, tag #thecoconutgoddess in your post - I’d love to see your work 🌿🐸

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Comptine d'un autre été, l'après-midi
  • Comptine d'un autre été, l'après-midi
  • Yann Tiersen

“Comptine d’un autre été, l’après-midi" by Yann Tiersen

That faithful Friday night of August 18th 2006, we watched Amélie together. Each of us were in our separate homes on opposite sides of your native town. We were too young to be at each other’s places at that time of the night. So we called one another via our landlines during each commercial break, taking turns to dial each other. That night I fell a little bit more in love with you. That same night I became a Yann Tiersen fan; never would I have imagined that night that I would see him in concert this year in Washington D.C., how I wished you were there. If there is one song that we can call ours, it is this one my love. I had never played a piano, yet I learned how to play this song, for you. I look forward to the day I can play it to you.


To start off we would like to notate that the design and colors we chose for this outfit are based off of the concept art and what we thought would look nice together.

The bodice is made from the same pattern as Elsa’s Snow Queen bodice. It is fully lined and steel boned and has a zipper down the side and not the back. Putting the zipper in the side allowed for us to place the design on the back without any problems. The top and bottom edging is hand cut bias tape from a green dupioni silk. We felt that the silk edging the velvet would give a beautiful contrast of materials. The sleeves are a pleated teal silk that is edged in a simple white lace. The bodice design was cut like the skirting designs with heat n’ bond and then fixed into position. On top of the detailing we placed multiple sizes of Swarovski crystals to give a little extra.


Théo Gosselin
Nikon F2 | Nikon D700

We understand that being a free spirit, everyday is different. What would your ideal day consist of on the road?

On the road with the people I love, waking up outside after an hard night partying in the middle of nowhere, with an incredible light, hit the road again to another place, sit in the back of the van and drink cold Coronas, and stop every time we see something beautiful on the road, and meet new people and take pictures!

Please tell us a little bit about the people that you are surrounded by in your journey.

Most of the time they are my best friends, people I met at art school, or during other trips in the US.

I live in France with my friends in the same house, so we are always together. This summer I’ll travel with my love Maud Chalard, it will be a new experience for me. I can’t wait to be on the US roads with her.

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Magical Dependency

What can magic do that could previously only be done without magic?
>Can magic make food?
>Can magic produce items, such as furniture or clothing?
>Can magic move things/people?
>>How much weight can be moved magically?
>>How far can items and people be moved?
>>How much finesse can items and people be moved with?
>Can magic defend things/people?
>>What kind of damage does it protect things from?
>>>Stabs or slices?
>Can magic be used to lock doors/windows/etc?
>>Can it also unlock these things?
>>Does there have to be an actual lock in order to keep things shut, or can the magic keep anything shut or otherwise keep multiple things together?
>Can magic clean things?
>Can magic be used to see and hear things that are not present (in the same way radio or television can)?
>Can magic be used in place of factories, and other places in which items are mass-produced?

Which of these things are easier (in terms of time, effort, and cost) to do with magic, and which ones are usually left to be done in a non-magical manner?

Do mechanical means to do these things still exist?
>What percentage of the population can use these non-magical means?

If the magic were to disappear/shut off, would society be able to function?

Perfectly Imperfect

We have all heard that no two snowflakes are alike. Each snowflake takes the perfect form for the maximum efficiency and effectiveness for its journey. And while the universal force of gravity gives them a shared destination, the expansive space in the air gives each snowflake the opportunity to take their own path. They are on the same journey, but each takes a different path.
Along this gravity-driven journey, some snowflakes collide and damage each other, some collide and join together, some are influenced by wind… there are so many transitions and changes that take place along the journey of the snowflake. But, no matter what the transition, the snowflake always finds itself perfectly shaped for its journey.
I find parallels in nature to be a beautiful reflection of grand orchestration. One of these parallels is of snowflakes and us. We, too, are all headed in the same direction. We are being driven by a universal force to the same destination. We are all individuals taking different journeys and along our journey, we sometimes bump into each other, we cross paths, we become altered… we take different physical forms. But at all times we too are 100% perfectly imperfect. At every given moment we are absolutely perfect for what is required for our journey. I’m not perfect for your journey and you’re not perfect for my journey, but I’m perfect for my journey and you’re perfect for your journey. We’re heading to the same place, we’re taking different routes, but we’re both exactly perfect the way we are.
Think of what understanding this great orchestration could mean for relationships. Imagine interacting with others knowing that they too each share this parallel with the snowflake. Like you, they are headed to the same place and no matter what they may appear like to you, they have taken the perfect form for their journey. How strong our relationships would be if we could see and respect that we are all perfectly imperfect for our journey.

—   Steve Maraboli
  • VIXX TV2 Logo Song
  • VIXX
  • VIXX TV2

[INFO] VIXX TV2 Logo Song MP3 Download Information

This is the information regarding the logo song download of the newly started VIXX TV2 on September 25, 2014. :)

At the same time that VIXX TV2 Episode 1 is being released, VIXX members prepared a ‘logo song’ for Starlights who have waited for VIXX TV2!

Respecting VIXX members’ opinion of allowing Starlights to listen to the song freely in a lot of places, it has been decided that the mp3 of the VIXX TV2 'logo song’ will be released for Starlights!

The logo song will be found in the attachments*. It is free to download, use, and spread freely, but using it commercially is not allowed.

The moment that Starlights want!
'VIXX TV2’ with VIXX members and Starlights.

Together with the logo song belonging to only Starlights and VIXX, please support VIXX TV2 in the future as well.

Thank you :D

Trans. crfyeah-vixx

*Since VIXX have agreed to let us share this wherever, here is a download link. ^^


Gift 30 By Milla

Hello! :)
Getting the last gift! Finally this calendar (last year lol) is complete! I hope you enjoyed all the goodies … Btw, I loved to see them in your interior! You are incredibly talented and creative! ♥
I felt that something was missing to beautify the outside and created this together with love for you.

>> I edited the pillow knot textures in potoshop and you will have to do the same if you want your images look more real. Note that the knot detail is a texture, it is not 3D … It has parts where texture is clearer (that’s what I corrected). The smudge tool does the job. ;) Credits for Petunia Mae.

>> The hanging planters come with slots so that the plants can be placed in them. For hanging plant you will have to use OMSP’s to desired height. All credit goes to @yumesims (I converted from your conversion)…

>> The Wreath Flowers and Wreath with plaque are by Luna. I only edited the mesh and added recolors.

D o w n l o a d at sfs

>> Note: I’m using Reshade the images. The house is by @rubyred, edited by myself.

And once again
I passed by the same place
you and I
once walked together.
For some reason,
I am still drawn to
strolling by the river
you took me to on the very first day.
When I’m there,
everything about us feels real,
like what we had might still exist
even when it is all
slowly disintegrating.
—  Ming D. Liu

This week we meet with English artist Oliver Blank who explores our sense of time and place through public installations. And this time we make an artwork together. Call (718)395-7556 to participate!


1. Call (718) 395-7556 

2. Leave a message saying what you would say to the one that got away

3. Tell us you’ve called (using #theartassignment and your social media platform of choice) and prompt someone to do the same.

4. Your voice may be featured in a sound piece composed by Oliver Blank

Many thanks to Cummins Cummins Inc. for their use of The Irwin Conference Center in Columbus, Indiana, as well as Richard McCoy and the fine folks at We Are City: Michael Kaufmann, John Beeler, and Laura Holzman, for making this episode possible.


Like that, we became the first and last boarders at Sinchon Boarding House. My life at the age of 20, when there wasn’t anything special, in the city of Seoul where there were more than a hundred thousand people, these special people I got to meet like a miracle. We spent very special times together at Sinchon boarding house. We cried, we laughed, we met, we separated, we had heartaches. Even though each of us had slightly different memories, encounters and loves, we were together at the same time and same place like a miracle. 

Those passionate and pure days that I miss so much. Do you hear it? If you can, then answer me, my ‘90s.

How to: Make a Combustible Purifying Powder

You’ll need:
Camphor or Frankincense or eventually Sulphur 
Sea Salt (preferably blessed or at least, rough, but regular will do)
My pick: Powdered Palo Santo
You can replace with: St. John’s Wort (for driving something away); Amaranth, Benzoin, cinnamon, mint, sage, saffron, vervain, (to protect); mandrake (powerful protection);  any other purifying/protecting plant you want
Optionally: a mortar or a grinder

A Explanation:
This is a highly flammable powder that kinda goes “poof” into a large flame and dies out quickly. So be careful.
It’s good for kind of driving away nasty energies/spirits, or just purifying the place.

How to:
If you’re using the same ingredients as me, all you have to do is mix them together in whatever container you want, and optionally, use the mortar to make it smoother and break the bigger bits.
If you’re using another plant that isn’t already powdered, make sure it’s dry, and grind it in the grinder or the mortar (depending on the plant) and then add the camphor and salt.
That’s pretty much it, to be honest.

You can use it on a bonfire or a campfire to finish a ceremony and such.
You can burn it in a heat resistant recipient in your own home.
You can put a bit on a candle flame when doing a ritual or something.
You may put it on a piece charcoal (made for incense) and such other things.

It’s a nice, explosive way to shoo bad energies out the door.

As usual, be sure to tell me how it went!