Hinata Shouyou taught me that it’s okay to lack in a major component in regards to something you love. Nobody’s perfect enough to embody the idea of a complete person but so long as you have the perseverance and determination, you’ll make up for what you lack with what you’ve learned.
Kageyama Tobio taught me that everyone has a past that can inflict a lifetime scar, but that doesn’t mean you can’t move forward. Change is the only permanent thing in this world and time is ticking, so there’s no excuse for you to not fix it.
Tsukishima Kei taught me that losing interest in something just because you’ve seen its bad outcome won’t make you end up the same way. In fact, you’ll turn out even better since you’ve seen the worst. There are always people better than you in this world but you can’t put yourself down just because of that.
Yamaguchi Tadashi taught me that if you’re the only one among your group of friends/peers that’s not excelling in anything, you can’t feel incompetent and fall back. Look for something you can be good at and you’ll join your friends in no time.
Azumane Asahi taught me that a frightful experience can be fatal enough to make someone withdraw from something they love. It’s okay to run away for the mean time, but it’s not good to keep staying away from it. As long as you still harbour strong feelings towards it, the experience will only serve as a means to improve.
Nishinoya Yuu taught me that hope is always there if you believe it to be. It’s not anyone’s place to give up if they truly love something, and if they do, it makes them a coward or have a reason to not keep pursuing it. Keep holding on until you get to solid ground.
Sugawara Koushi taught me that even if someone else is better than you, you’re always going to be an original copy no matter the difference in potential. One day, what you can do will contribute to something huge.
Sawamura Daichi taught me that victory won’t come overnight – just like how Rome isn’t build in a day. If you work hard to achieve it, victory might just be in your hands soon enough.
Ennoshita Chikara taught me that running away is common, and then coming back feeling guilty is common. A lot of people have done that before and that’s because they’re not strong enough to stay. But like Asahi, if you can’t keep it out of your head, it’s meant to be in your life. What you do about it now is the real deal.
Just gonna drop this here then I’m off to bed!!!!!!
ayyyyyyy I finally got round to this! And it’s not awful! Yay!
So I hit 700 a while back and I thought it’d be nice if I could do something for the nice people on my dash who make my dash lovely yknow so here’s a follow forever to shower you guys with my love. I actually wanted to do a gifset sort of thing but I realize that’d take me a long while to master so yes here are some screencaps I edited slightly and added text on it yay. Credits for screencaps here and PSDs here and here.
Alphabetized for all your alphabetical following needs! (⊙‿⊙✿)
Anyway, so HEY WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR GO FOLLOW THESE CRAZY COOL PEOPLE!
I would really like to thank you guys for following me, all 700+ of you ; u ; I know I’m an idiot so it makes me very happy that you guys will follow me okay thank you you wonderful people with wonderful hearts LET ME HUG YOU OKIE DOKIES
After six years together, Mith and I finally tied the knot. Sure, the lead-up to the event caused no small amount of hand-wringing, but the day itself was fucking perfect.
Now my wife (wife wife wiiiiiife) and I are in San Francisco for our honeymoon, and though I am tired and a little nauseous from the plane ride, I am ridiculously and deliriously happy. I threw a great party with the woman I love, we promised to spend the rest of our lives together, and now we get to happily dork around in a city we’ve always wanted to visit. Can’t ask for more than that.
I…have broken 1000 followers and that’s just…amazing. Wow. Thank you all so much for your continued support and for taking the time to follow my lil bloggy. I’m trying to think of what I can do for y’all. Normally I write some Cougarstrid, but I honestly don’t have another part lined up right now. It’s also been hard for me to squeeze in all my writing. Ugh.
Things I would like to write (that maybe you would like to read?): the next chapter of SGH (possibly the last chapter of SGH - don’t worry, there’s a whole other third part to that AU), the next chapter of Young God, the next chapter of A Marriage of Very Little Convenience, the next chapter of Ordinary Princess AU. Um…do I have anything else ongoing that someone would like me to write? Or do you want my lame follow forever? Or something esle? Or nothing?
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I’m feeling artsy and creative. It would be my honor to write about you. Shoot me an ask saying hi or something and I’ll post a mini poem about you (it’ll be abstract and poetic). Trying to spread positivity! 😊