Happy Death Day to Vincent Price! You’re gone but not forgotten.
guys, gals, and nonbinary pals...HIM<33
My morning has been far too eventful and stressful already.
i have the sudden urge to finally spend my money
and it’s on switch games of all things
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There was a time when I was in a very hard place due to ill health. The lack of mobility at the time had me feeling very isolated, and restricted. In the early days of my journey into isolation my husband and I went on three very significant holidays. The first was to an Easter YWAM Alumni camp, near Newcastle, NSW. Australia. The focus of the fellowship during those four days was Jesus’s death and resurrection. “The love of God.” The second holiday was to Cairns to visit friends. It was there in Cairns at a church service I received conformation God was speaking to me about Jesus being The Good Shepherd. The last wonderful holiday was to Canberra, Australia’s capital and place of power. As we travelled to Canberra, I was touched by how the people in the country towns honoured and respected the ANZAC’s
During the following years of isolation I felt safe and well cared for physically, I lacked for nothing. The biggest challenges came in the aloneness, caused through lack of social interactions with other people. I am a very social person, and just love sharing time chatting and participating in life with friends. Hence, during that period of life, I experienced loneliness and despair in all forms, but it was the lack of life that was the hardest to rise above. (I call it boredom)
Even though I had heard God’s voice, and had experienced amazing encounters I never really felt confident that what I had heard would come to pass. I never doubted I’d heard from God. I just didn’t have the confidence to trust God even though I thought I did. I knew His word and His presence but not His character, nor the value of His character.
During those months and years of my isolation I would cry out to God, and as I drew near to Him each morning, I would feel His presence and love. My days would be filled with wonderful stories to share with my husband when he got home from work. Eventually I lost that sense of being alone; and it was in that isolation where I had that “Ah ha” moment and realised The Good Shepherd cares about me. As I hear His voice, no matter how He chooses to speak; knowing His Character, (who He is), enables me to have confidence in Him and to trust that what He says will come to pass. He is so faithful.
The jewel I have taken from those years of isolation, is the understanding of my identity in Christ Jesus; who I am. I am a child of a caring heavenly father; I am proud to be a child of God. I am also proud to be identified as an Australian; because, that’s who I am. I know who I am. I also know Jesus is the Good Shepherd and I am one of His sheep and I hear His voice. He will lead me, guide me, provide and nurture me no matter what my life circumstances happen to be because He cares. Psalm 23. John 10: verse14,15
Hillside Town by Chris Dien Deep Thoughts Music
Let me have sugar daddy so I don’t have to stress about money 24/7
guess who's having a panic attack because my dad decided to learn japanese and use me as a teacher :)
One of the things I love the most: The look I get from some people when I say "I like being alone"
I keep having dreams that would make good horror movies and as someone going to film school soon it’s. Pretty Sick
thinking abt the time when i screamed so passionately on twitter about the w.icker king that the author not only liked everything i said but then followed me
I wanna go camping with Oikawa Toru
Me being bored
Not to rag on Draco, but when people say he "deserved better", it makes me think... what???
For starters, Draco got through the war unharmed, unlike a lot of our faves who actually fought against Voldemort. Secondly, Draco didn't go to Azkaban despite having been a Voldemort supporter and having attempted murder and almost succeeded at it, twice. His parents also walked free, which is unarguably much more than they really deserved considering their involvement in both of the wars. It's also implied Draco did reconsider his views after the war, and by the time we meet him in the epilogue (and CC), he has mostly redeemed himself from his previous awful beliefs.
Draco healed emotionally and lived a full, presumably normal life as a free man, went on to marry a woman he loved and had a child. Why isn't this enough? What more could he possibly "deserve" – some lousy fanfic-tier big heroic moment that would make the entire Wizarding World worship him as a huge hero? Becoming BFFs or lovers with Harry, despite badly clashing personalities and years of enmity? Having Hermione fall in love with him, despite the fact that he had dehumanized her to the point of outright wishing death on her only a few years prior?
When I see someone claim "Draco deserved better", all I really see is "Draco deserved to be praised and celebrated as a hero in the narrative and become one of the protagonists." That a subtle redemption through giving him second chance at normal life despite his previous crimes isn't good enough – but that he should have been given special focus and a much more grand heroic role in the narrative for any of it to matter.
Like... Fred had his entire adult life ahead of himself, and he was robbed of the chance to experience it. Remus and Tonks never got to see their own child grow up. Sirius lost his freedom for the rest of his life at age 21 for a crime he didn't commit, then he died before having a chance to live as a free man like he would have deserved. Severus, who also made the mistake of joining the DE young, paid for it willingly by dedicating the rest of his life to a lonely and thankless mission, culminating in killing the only person he could confide in and making himself a public enemy only to die a horrific and painful death in the end, never to be personally rewarded for his efforts.
From a realistic perspective, I'd say Draco got way better in the end than his canonical actions warranted.
“At the end of the twelve months he was walking about the royal palace of Babylon. The king spoke, saying, “Is not this great Babylon, that I have built for a royal dwelling by my mighty power and for the honor of my majesty?” While the word was still in the king’s mouth, a voice fell from heaven: “King Nebuchadnezzar, to you it is spoken: the kingdom has departed from you! And they shall drive…
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