Minecraft animals are peak aestheticism. Nothing has ever filled me with such simple yet total delight
Effervescent means full of bubbles wtf does this mean
This was shared on a Covid survivor group…have heard many of these before but it seems helpful: HOW TO FIGHT COVID AT HOME when you are not hospitalized.
“When the nurse came in to discharge me, I asked her, What can I do to help fight this at home? She said:
1. Sleep on your stomach at all times with Covid. If you can’t sleep on your stomach because of heath issues sleep on your side. Do not lie on your back no matter what because it smashes your lungs and that will allow fluid to set in.
2. Set your clock every two hours while sleeping on your stomach, then get out of bed and walk for 15-30 min, no matter how tired or weak that you are. Also move your arms around frequently, it helps to open your lungs. Breathe in thru your nose, and out thru your mouth. This will help build up your lungs, plus help get rid of the Pneumonia or other fluid you may have.
2. When sitting in a recliner, sit up straight - do not lie back in the recliner, again this will smash your lungs.
3. While watching TV - get up and walk during every commercial.
4. Eat at least 1 - 2 eggs a day, plus bananas, avocado and asparagus. These are good for Potassium.
5. Do not drink anything cold - have it at room temperature or warm it up. Drink Pedialyte, Gatorade Zero, Powerade Zero & Water with Electrolytes to prevent you from becoming dehydrated. Water with lemon, and little honey, peppermint tea, apple cider are good suggestions for getting in fluids. No milk products, or pork. (as a singer I know milk products produce phlegm and always advised my students to have none for 3 days before a performance)
6. Vitamins D3, C, B, Zinc, Probiotic One-Day are good ideas. Tylenol for fever. Mucinex, or Mucinex DM for drainage, plus helps the cough. Pepcid helps for cramps in your legs. One baby aspirin everyday can help prevent getting a blood clot, which can occur from low activity.
7. Drink a smoothie of blueberries, strawberries, bananas, honey, tea and a spoon or two of peanut butter.
We always hear of how Covid takes lives, but there isn’t a lot of information out there regarding how to fight Covid when you are not critical. I hope this helps you or someone you know, just as it has helped me.”
(Wow, @thetimetostrikeislater wish you’d had this info when you were ill)
I definitely wish I had this info when I contracted Covid back in March😓 it was so hard on my lungs!￼ and I couldn’t go to the hospital because it was too full. Stay safe my friends.
do you hate stephenie meyer? do you want to read her shitty books without giving her any more money?
boy have I got just the thing for you
- midnight sun
- midnight sun (partial draft)
- short second life of bree tanner
- life and death (I’m so sorry this is the best I could find if anyone has anything else lmk)
Twilight Ladies as Zendaya Pt. 1
b/c it was her birthday several days ago and also im in love with her so
*as a side note idk what interviews she did w what mags for these pics so i aint including that*
The Twilight Renaissance
Just over fifteen years ago, on October 5th, 2005, the world was given the gift of Stephenie Meyers’ first book in the Twilight Saga series. These books ushered in a new era of sparkly vampires and sexy werewolves, capturing the imagination of fans and haters alike. The film series that began in 2008 launched the careers of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. Tweens and teens who fell in love with the books and films have revisited them as adults, wallowing in nostalgia for the fandom of their youths and discussing all of the source material’s good (and bad) parts.
This year, the fandom has grown even more—in part due to the announcement in May of a new book: Midnight Sun. Memes about the new canon material immediately spawned across Booklr, with old-school fans excited (or resigned) about reading the events in Twilight, told from Edward Cullen’s perspective. The excitement surrounding the August 4th book release was so high that it appeared on August 10th’s Week in Review.
The Twilight Saga book series first appeared on Year in Review at #20 in 2019, while the film series premiered that same year at #15. Since then, the films have bounced up and down many of our Fandometrics lists as the fandom’s jokes evolved. Twilight jumped up ten spots on this year’s Movies list, and Midnight Sun premiered at #6 on our Books list, while the original Twilight Saga series moved up one spot on that same list.
Peeling apart this pomegranate further, we’ve seen a jump in engagement around actor Robert Pattinson who played Edward Cullen in the movie series. After receiving much acclaim for his performance in 2019’s The Lighthouse, Pattinson appeared in 2020’s Tenet and The Devil All the Time. Additionally, he was cast as Bruce Wayne in The Batman, all of which have skyrocketed Pattinson up a whopping 31 spots on this year’s Actors list. However, like so many of Twilight’s fans, it seems like Robert Pattinson will never fully be free from his association with the franchise, especially in 2020.
But since 2020 was, well, whatever this year was, we saw a huge surge of people going back to the original films as a source of comfort in a year that did anything but. You better hold on tight, spider monkey—we’re about to take you down the Twilight memory lane.
WE GOT MENTIONED YALL 🥰 so glad i have yall around to shitpost with, thanks for the endless hours of entertainment this year!! 🖤 #effervescent
very much feeling like bella swan in her depression chair this semester