when it finally happened

It was like Meghans mind and body had finally let everything dawn on her. What happened when she was taken, what happened with her tiny little baby, what happened with Jane. Everything caught up with her. All of the stress which she had been bottling up. She had no idea how much it would actually have an effect on her, and she wished that  she could make that stop. She wished that she didn’t have to deal with that. She didn’t want to deal with it… Maybe Daniel was right. She had been resting more than she had done, but still not enough and she knew that she needed to listen to Daniel more … she just couldn’t make her body listen.


anonymous asked:

I'll bet you anything in TWD afterlife Andrea and Shane high-fived the minute when Richonne happened because fucking FINALLY they've only been making eyes at each other for almost 3 damn seasons (then Lori chases them out when things start getting steamy because stop spying on your friends having an intimate moment you perves)

lmao i’d totally expect that from andrea and shane. i love it


- Osamu Dazai, The Setting Sun

Happy 5 year anniversary, Tokyo Ghoul! I’ve never been invested in a manga as much as this one, and I thank Ishida-sensei’s brilliant writing, art, and his undeserved dedication to fans of his work. His remake of chapter one is the main inspiration behind this piece. I hope to evolve in my abilities as much as he has over the course of these few years!

Here comes dat Spoi!!!!

o merde waddup

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about what’s possible for characters vs. what the audience sees. (This might feel really obvious or redundant to talk about, but I just need to get the words out of my system)

In Steven Universe, when a character can’t do something, it’s a bit of a big deal. They struggle with it, they fixate on it, entire episodes may be dedicated to this thing they’re unable to do. When a character can do something, but doesn’t, it’s never focused on or called out. But when it does finally happen, it underscores a huge moment for that character.

As early as episode 10, it’s confirmed  that Amethyst is able to bubble Gems. The action itself is not a big deal for her. Maybe she’s done it lots of times offscreen, where the audience hasn’t seen it. But since it’s our first time seeing her do this, it underscores her growth in this character arc, as she sends her tormentor and kindred spirit away.

On the other end of things, Garnet’s refusal to ask questions in the present ends up being a highlight for her backstory–she’s only shown asking questions in the far, far past, to highlight her very first moments of being in comparison to how firm and completely certain she is of herself now.

One can assume that Greg has always had some manner of social life outside of Steven and the Gems, but it has never once been mentioned who his friends are or what he does when he’s not working or hanging out with Steven. To wait until after he’s reconciled with Pearl to mention any sort of social action underscores how much he was letting the past get in the way of his friendships before this point. Considering this same episode is about Pearl doing the same for her social life highlights that further.

No one ever calls out these actions, or lackthereof, within the show. Things that aren’t happening lay in wait, to emphasize important moments in a character’s development.

All this is to say…

boy howdy they must be saving up Pearl shapeshifting for an absolute doozy.

in less than three weeks homestucks finally gonna end

i just hope jade gets the happiness she deserves :’c