where i leave you

This is going to sound like a shitpost unless I preface it by saying I’m being 100% serious, but anyhow:

Do any of you guys know where my banjo went? Did I leave it at someone’s house, or… ? Asking all local friends and/or banjo psychics.

Long Day

As soon as Alec opens the bedroom door he sighs in relief. All of the stress and pain he’s been carrying around all day, keeping up a strong front comes crumbling down. His shoulders slump down as he unties his shoes, kicking them off. His jacket comes next, then his pants until he’s only in his boxers and a grey T-shirt. He pulls back the covers of his and Magnus’s bed to find said warlock curled up in sweat pants and one of his shirts he was wearing the other day. Chairman Meow is curled against his stomach, it makes Alec smile.

“Hey, Mags.” Alec says softly as he crawls in, curling up behind Magnus. His legs hook underneath his. His arm encircles his boyfriend’s waist, and his nose touches the back of his neck where he leaves a small kiss. “I love you.”

“Love you as well, darling.” Magnus mumbles tiredly.

Alec smiles, leaving another kiss in his hair. “Goodnight.”

“G’night.”

Alec’s smile widens as he tightens his hold. They both fall asleep in mere minutes. After all, it’s been a long day.

I hope one day you regret everything and realize things weren’t so bad between us and maybe you realize I did my best for you every single day. However, when that day comes I’ll be gone, and we missed a perfectly good chance to find happiness together.
You’re terrified of being alone. Anything you do now will be motivated by that fear. You have to stop worrying about finding love again. It will come when it comes. Get comfortable with being alone. It will empower you.
—  This is Where I Leave You (Jonathan Tropper)
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Happy 36th birthday, Christopher Robert Evans!

In the industry you can certainly see how they always say fame makes you more of what you already were. So if you already had certain flavors inside you, fame is just going to bring that out of you. I’d like to believe before I ever started acting I had a pretty good head on my shoulders. You certainly, as a result of being in this industry, see people change for the negative. I won’t say I haven’t had little hiccups and pockets where you leave a scenario and you say, “Whoa, that wasn’t me.” It’s up to you to recalibrate and adjust and make sure it doesn’t continue down that road.