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<div> —  “The Shack” by William Paul Young </div><span>Oh, don’t go [talk to God] because you feel obligated. That won’t get you any points around here. Go because it’s what you want to do.</span>
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hello & good evening, after a really nice day i got into this really weird/bad/anxious mindset and i……… really don’t wanna go to sleep like that!!!   if anybody wants to do a v SOFT and smol (literally 1-liner dialogue probably) back and forth thing on here until i pass out (which should be soon bc class in the morning), like/reply to this bean. (it’ll be the least pressure thing ever, i swear.)    xoxox

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Rules: bold any facts that apply to you
I’m in high school
I am in college/university

I’ve graduated college/university

I like my job

I’ve worked a job I’ve hated

I’ve never had a job

I am shorter than 5’5″
I wear glasses

I have a tattoo

I have more than one tattoo

I don’t have tattoos but i want some

I’m vegetarian

I have allergies
I’m self-conscious about my body
I’m sarcastic when annoyed
I’m shy

I’ve been called over-emotional
I have a strange sense of humour
I’m atheist

I have red hair

I have blonde hair

I dye my hair regularly

I wear a piece of jewelry at all times
I am an only child

I have more than three siblings

I have a niece

I have a nephew
I’ve failed a class
I couldn’t choose a favorite song

I can speak two or more languages

I’ve hugged someone in the last 24 hours

I’ve kissed someone in the last 24 hours

I have a best friend(s)

I’ve known my best friend for more than 10 years

I have met a friend from the internet

I’ve kissed someone of the same sex

I’m in/have been in a long distance relationship

I’ve had a one night stand

I’ve been dumped more than I’ve dumped someone

I’ve cheated on someone

I’ve met someone famous

I’ve broken a bone
I’ve spent more than six hours straight online
I’ve done volunteer work

I’ve won a prize at school

I have friends who are married

I have friends who have children of their own

I have been in a wedding party

I’ve ridden in a limousine

I am a morning person

I am a night owl
I like anime

I like disney movies
I like comedies more than action films

I like action films more than comedies

I always order dessert

I hate fast food
I can’t cook
I enjoy puns
I enjoy being alone

I read for pleasure

I don’t play video games

I believe in ghosts
I believe in aliens

I enjoy conspiracy theories

I’ve been somewhere considered ‘haunted’
I’ve stayed up all night for no reason

I’ve had a skype call with more than four people

I can’t keep secrets

I’m good with children
I’ve cheated on a test

I am wearing something green right now

I am wearing something yellow right now

I am wearing something purple right now
I’ve never tried alcohol

I’ve had alcohol while underage

I’ve played a drinking game

I’m scared of snakes

I’m scared of heights

I’m scared of spiders

I’m scared of clowns

I collect stamps

I collect comic books

I keep old bus/train tickets

I have more than three keyrings on my keys
I don’t know the words to my national anthem

I’ve been to a professional sports game
I’ve had my hair cut in the past month

I’ve cosplayed

I can’t swallow pills

I miss someone right now
@you-stalk-me @pleasecallmebee @demideity

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If anyone knows any really good movies with no sex or romance in them, feel obligated to put them right in my “ask” doohickey.

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I was tagged by @m3lodyleon

You can tell a lot about someone by the type of music they listen to. Hit shuffle on your iPod, phone, iTunes, whatever it is you listen to music on and then write down the first 20 songs that come up. Tag up to 10 people that you want to do it too.

One Rule: NO SKIPPING.

I Remember (Death in the Afternoon) - Ultravox

Homeless - Paul Simon and Ladysmith Black Mambazo

So Far Away - Dire Straits

Better Than I Know Myself - Adam Lambert

The Obvious Child - Paul Simon

Cold, Cold, Heart - Midge Ure

Feels Good At First - Train

You Can Call Me Al - Paul Simon

Lament - Ultravox

Don’t Let Me Down - Eskimo Joe

Answers to Nothing - Midge Ure

Richard Cory - Simon and Garfunkel

Jesus of Suburbia - Green Day

Aftermath - Adam Lambert

A Poem on the Underground Wall - Simon and Garfunkel

America - Simon and Garfunkel

Today Was Your Last Day - Nickelback

April Come She Will - Simon and Garfunkel

Rage in Eden - Ultravox

Vienna - Ultravox

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Do you have a lot of pain? Do you feel like you have tried every possible strategy out there? If this is the case, has acupuncture been considered? This treatment makes use of needles so that you can correct the energy flow in your body. Before turning down acupuncture as possible treatment, read the article below to learn about it.

Don’t eat too much before you go in for your acupuncture session. If you’re full, you might not get the best results. It is not a good idea to go into an acupuncture treatment while you are hungry either. You may end up getting dizzy or nauseous if you don’t have anything in your stomach.

Do not expect instant results. Though certain people see changes from one sessions, others need to go numerous times to see any results. Don’t let it concern you if there is limited results from session one. You’ll get results eventually. Give each session enough time to take effect.

Acupuncture may take some time to work. The overall health benefits from acupuncture may manifest after a few sessions. You may not feel significantly different after your first session. Thus, be patient and make sure to attend all sessions.

TIP! Prepare yourself to face dealing with needles. You won’t be able to get around this because acupuncture deals with needles usually.

While a needle phobia may be restricting your foray into acupuncture, it is important that you try to get past this. This treatment option has proven useful time and time again for a variety of painful conditions. Don’t let a little anxiety get in the way of living with less pain!

Feel Obligated

Though you may be truly thrilled with what the practitioner does, you should not feel obligated to offer a tip. They’re like a doctor, who you also shouldn’t tip. Tips are not usually given in the the field of healthcare, so don’t feel obligated.

If you are considering acupuncture but are afraid of needles, see about overcoming your fears. It has been proven that acupuncture relieves pain and helps patients enjoy life. Anxiety is something that should not be present during this procedure.

TIP! Educate yourself about acupuncture before you make your first appointment. You will have to deal with needles.

When you go to an acupuncture appointment, you need to wear clothes that are loose or easy to slip off. Your acupuncturist should have easy access to your body. While removing clothing is usually an option, a flexible wardrobe will make things much easier for the both of you.

Loose Clothing

Tight clothing should be avoided when visiting an acupuncturist. Loose garments will ease the experience for the practitioner and for yourself. Loose clothing will provide easier access for placing the needles. There are group acupuncture sessions in which all participants remain fully clothed. Loose clothing is essential in this setting.

Although you may feel that your acupuncturist has done an excellent job, you shouldn’t feel obliged to tip him or her. An acupuncturist is more akin to a doctor or nurse, not a server or a beauty practitioner. They are in the health care field, and tips are not something normally given in that field.

TIP! You may think acupuncture is painful, but it only looks that way. Even though a doctor uses needles, they are very thin and do not cause any harm.

Ask how long your procedure will take. Most acupuncture treatments last for about half an hour but more time might be needed if you want to be treated for multiple health problems. Knowing how long it will be can help you plan your day accordingly.

Ask the acupuncturist if they take your insurance. Acupuncture treatments can be expensive, especially if you need to go back regularly. If you decide on long-term treatment, upgrade the policy or get a different health provider that will cover what you need.

Avoid distractions while you are having your appointment, and leave your electronics behind. If you bring electronics into your acupuncture session then you may be tempted to use them. A message or phone ringing can cause your muscles to tense and make your treatment uncomfortable. Best to keep them all out of sight.

Ensure your acupuncturist is licensed through your State Health Department. This will help ensure that your practitioner has went through an endorsed acupuncture program. The Health Department only licenses people with lots of training so you can be more comfortable seeing these professionals.

TIP! Once you decide to follow an acupuncture treatment, make sure you go to all your appointments. Although family members or friends may try to discourage you from completing your plan, it is important to stay on track to reap the full benefits acupuncture offers.

If you use acupuncture in the right way, you can gain real relief from many afflictions. You need to be sure that you have the right information in mind when getting this treatment done. The article you’ve just read has given you some great information. Before you make any decision, make sure you meet with your doctor so that he or she can inform you whether or not acupuncture could work for you.

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I really really wish I’d tried to major in something related to either video games or music instead of photography

it just sucks that it took me until my senior year of college to realize it

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challenge: from your creations, choose gifs and do a split of before and after adding your coloring!

tagged by: @eijunes thanks cat!!! i really love your aesthetic!!! (really)

sdfgjf i usually dont save my psds 💀 💀 💀 so here’s some that i actually saved & some that havent been posted dskdjf my coloring doesnt rly contain magic lol :’(

tagging: @jenitsu, @reddriot, @haru-kaas, @suckishima, @sadysayo, @ousamu, @arriettvs, @kyriun, @runwiththewind, @inahochi, @itachihaa, @sstarphase :D

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i like it when people who dont follow me reblog my stuff n say smth nice. like you had no social obligation 2 do that. whyd you do that. im kissing you on the cheek 

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       @donnanxble​​.

     melody  had  known  for  weeks  that  something  was  wrong  with  her.  she  had  tried  to  deal  with  it  alone,  not  wanting  to  worry  her  parents,  but  when  she  started  to  lose  time  :  time,  of  all  things.  she  was  human,  yes.  but  she  was  also  timelord  and  she  felt  time  in  her  blood,  in  her  bones.  melody  had  felt  it  start  to  slip  away,  there  were  gaps  in  her  memory  that  she  could  never  quite  understand.  and  she  knew  that  she  had  been  acting  strange  recently,  and  it  had  only  been  a  matter  of  time  before  they  questioned  whyprotecting  them  from  whatever  was  happening  to  her  was  no  longer  melody’s  concern.  not  when  she  had  started  to  worry,  herself.  but  as  close  as  she  is  with  her  mother,  it  was  her  father  she  had  confided  in  first.  

      rory  williams  had  a  presence  that  soothed  and  comforted  melody.  maybe  it’s  because  he  was  a  nurse.  maybe  it’s  because  he  had  lived  for  centuries,  once.  maybe  it’s  because  he  was  her  father.  telling  him  the  truth  about  what  had  been  happening  to  her  over  the  past  few  weeks  had  prompted  her  to  start  gnawing  on  her  lower  lip  again,  worrying  it  between  her  teeth  in  a  way  she  hadn’t  since  she  was  young.  she  had  expected  reassurance,  understanding,  even.  but  not  like  this.

         the  silence,  they  had  called  them.  and  when  they  spoke,  melody  didn’t  miss  the  haunted  look  in  their  eyes,  the  tension  in  her  mother’s  body  and  her  father’s  clenched  fists.  whoever  the  silence  were,  they  were  bad  news.  that  was  obvious.  she  just  didn’t  realise  how  bad  they  were,  or  what  they  had  to  do  with  her.  there’s  a  saying  on  earth  :  the  truth  will  set  you  free.  melody  knew  the  truth  now,  but  freedom  was  not  what  she  felt.  anger,  fear,  betrayal  :  why  had  they  kept  this  from  her  ?  what  good  did  it  do  other  than  leave  her  ignorant  ?  the  silence  would  explain  what  was  happening  to  her,  to  the  time  she  was  missing,  but  how  could  she  protect  herself  against  something  she  couldn’t  remember  -  now,  or  then  ?

           the  scottish  in  her  reared  it’s  head  when  she  found  herself  raising  her  voice.  clearly  upset  and  no  less  angry  about  what  they  had  kept  from  her,  she  had  pulled  away  from  their  reach.  and  she  had  left.  against  their  wishes,  against  every  instinct  in  her  telling  melody  that  she  shouldn’t  be  alone  right  now,  she  had  run  from  her  home  and  she  didn’t  stop.  not  until  she  had  found  herself  standing  on  donna’s  doorstep,  out  of  breath.  time  had  passed  again,  but  she  couldn’t  say  for  sure  how  much.  at  least  now  she  knew  it  was  of  her  own  volition  :  and  not  the  manipulations  of  a  being  that  held  her  prisoner  in  her  youth.  she  banged  her  fist  on  donna’s  door.  and  she  didn’t  stop  even  when  she  felt  an  ache  in  her  wrist  and  her  nails  dug  in  to  her  palms  so  hard  she  could  have  drawn  blood.  when  the  door  opens  and  she  sees  donna,  melody  grit  her  teeth  and  glared.

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                       did  you  know  ?               the  question  rushes  from  her  lips  on  a  heavy  exhale,  her  chest  tight  with  uncontrolled  emotion  but  rising  noticeably  as  she  tried  to  steady  her  breathing.  her  parents  had  lied  to  her,  the  doctor  had  lied  to  her  :  did  donna  lie  to  her  too  ?  water  wells  in  her  eyes  and  a  single  tear  slides  down  her  cheek,  but  she’s  not  cryingshe’s  angry.  there’s  a  significant  difference.               about  the  silence,  a-about  what  they  did  to  me  .  .  .  did  you  know  ?     

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