okay but a story about an asexual pirate who gets made fun of by the crew until he saves all of them from sirens
A pirate for the adventure, not the booty
oh my gosh i want that on a bumper sticker
Trying to pilot a ship here. Thanks.
IT GOT BETTER
My has-Claudio-changed-or-not-and-why paper for Intro to Shakespeare is quickly turning into a why-Claudio-deserves-nothing-and-everyone-should-regard-him-as-a-spoiled-whiny-and-violently-jealous-brat paper.
So what happens if two people who have promised their firstborn to separate witches have a child together? Do they both just pop up in the nursery and have a custody battle?
I need a book about a little girl whose parents had promised their firstborn to different witches and the only way that both ends of the deal were fulfilled was for them to have joint custody of the child.
I love it!
And then the witches, forced to share a cottage while raising their joint stolen child, fall in love…
Reflecting on my friendship with someone I’ve known since I was in fifth grade, but that I have only really grown close to over the past couple of years - I’m really glad that we’re friends, that I can just randomly text him about the ridiculous music I’m playing or about the architecture on campus (because it’s amazing, seriously). I texted him when I was in a strange mood and feeling kind of numb and floaty, not in the good kind of way, and that small act (it didn’t feel small) of reaching out and getting some of my feelings articulated and shared with someone that I trust, that alone helped. A lot. I think I like texting better than calling in some respects, because there are some things too small to call about, but I still want to share them (like stuff about Settlers of Catan and puns) and there are also some things that are too… honest, I guess, to call about. Sometimes it’s easier to just put it out there, bury it in a mass of other texts, because I didn’t really want a response yet. It’s enough to know that someone else knows. (And then of course, when he replied, he managed to pick the important part out of the rest. He has never shied away from personal discussions, or serious ones. I admire that.) I really trust him. I think that should be kind of scary, but it isn’t.