when i come around

Amedot and Stevonnie Speech Parallels

“You don’t need any powers to be here with me.” Connie to Steven.

“ Yeah, I just want to be there for Steven. Don’t worry Steven, it doesn’t matter to me what age it seems like you are, I wanna hang out with you no matter what. Your dad still has his carwash and the gems have to do gem stuff so I’ll watch you when they’re not around. I can come see you after I’m done training with Pearl too. Doesn’t that sound fun?” Connie to Steven.

“Per, I'mma be really real with you for a sec. This whole time we’ve been here, you’ve just been focusing on what you can’t do. Of course you’re not having any fun. You think that all you are is who you could be, but we don’t hang out with you because of who you could be. We like you.” Amethyst to Peridot. 

Sorry not Sorry

anonymous asked:

I have a theological question for you, but before I ask it, I want to say I know my question is not the happiest and that you have been stepping a bit away from Once and the fandom because of nonsense from the fandom, so I understand if you don't want to answer. Here is my question: I know that the Bible says that not everyone is meant to get married, that some people are meant to stay single. But what do you do when you want a marriage and family, but feel like they are never going to (1/2)

(2/2) going to happen for you? Would I have been given the desire to be a wife and mother of I am not supposed to be one? I feel myself getting older every day and am now far closer to 30 then 20, and my dreams of my own family seem unlikely to come true. How do I find peace when everything around me, including the church, seems to be telling me that I am a failure for not having a love? Again, you don’t have to answer, but thank you.

Hello friend.  I am more than happy to answer this question for you.

There’s a short version: *HUGS* You’re going to be fine.  You’re going to be just fine.

Longer version under the cut:

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