The First Avenger was on tv and my grandma watched it; she now wants a mural of this scene on our hallway wall.
Meanwhile, Mum watched What’s Your Number? She now refers to it as “the one with Steve Rogers in the towel”.
I’m too gay for this.
I recognize myself in the mirror for the first time in years.
“When at last I came upon the right book, the feeling was violent: it blew open a hole in me that made life more dangerous because I couldn’t control what came through it.” ―Nicole Krauss, Great House
Advice: Stuck on Motivation and Plot
yukamirai asked: Lately, my biggest writing block is not having motivation for my protagonist or a plot. Any ideas to get this?
Description: How to Spruce It Up
boringvevo asked: I feel like my scenes lack description. I write about anything I can think of, but it doesn’t seem to be enough. Could you please help me with this? Thanks!Take a look at my posts How to Make Simple Writing More Vivid, Describing Physical Appearance, Horror by Daylight, Describing Actions, Describing Clothing and Appearance and see if that helps. If that doesn’t work, you may need to look into fleshing out your story a bit more. How to Give Your Story a Purpose, Outlining a Scene, Fleshing Out a Flat Character, and Choosing a Setting for Your Story will help.
☾ Ravenclaw Common Room
Ravenclaw values intelligence, knowledge, and wit. Its colours are blue and bronze. Ravenclaw corresponds to the element of air. The Ravenclaw common room and dormitories are located in a tower on the west side of the castle. The Ravenclaw common room is one of the airiest rooms at Hogwarts. It is a wide, circular room with a midnight blue carpet, arched windows hung with blue and bronze silks, and a domed ceiling painted with stars. During the day, Ravenclaw students have an excellent view of the school grounds, including the lake, Forbidden Forest, Quidditch pitch, Herbology gardens and the surrounding mountains. The room is furnished with tables, chairs, and bookcases; and by the door leading up to the dormitories stands a tall statue of Rowena Ravenclaw made of white marble. According to Prefect Robert Hilliard, the sound of wind whistling around the windows of the tower is relaxing while going to sleep.
things I do in the shower:
- think of entire fics/aus/scenarios that I’ll never write
- imagine graphics that I’ll never make
- create meta that I’ll forget the details of in about ten minutes
- occasionally clean myself
it’s such a shame that marvel doesn’t know that steve rogers is bisexual someone should tell them.
Idk why our release date ia so early but i’m not complaining #catws
The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.
Sylvia Plath, letter written to self in June-July 1953, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath (via lifeinpoetry)
Sending all good vibrations