"… and to you, if you have stuck with Harry until the very end."
Here’s to book seven. Here’s to the years of anticipation before it and the years of discussion in its wake. Here’s to the boy who lived and how he changed everything.
And here’s to you, if you know that “the very end” isn’t happening anytime soon.
A very important melty, hurty, yearnful story by our own Claire Comstock-Gay, who you may better know as Madame Clairevoyant. This is her first published piece of fiction!
This is sooooo gooooood I’m so glad I read it.
Hair length update: It’s long enough to feel it hit my face. This pleases the Garrett.
That last face.
You look like a cartoon choopacabra that just spotted a goat complaining about high blood pressure.
fun fact: you don’t cure depression by telling me i have nothing to be sad about
another fun fact: you dont cure anxiety by just getting up and doing whatever it is that makes you anxious
Black men your emotions matter
your mental health matters
your physical health matters
your livelihood matters
do you know how much better black men would do if this was told to them throughout their childhood rather than being demonized by everyone
Hey, do you love YouTube?
Maybe you’ve heard about this thing called Net Neutrality.
It’s the idea that once you’ve paid for your internet service, you should have equal access to the entire internet: from your favorite independent YouTube creators and to streaming services like Netflix or Hulu.
But internet service providers (ISPs) want that to end. They want to be able to charge the content creators to get onto your computer screens: a service that you’ve already paid for.
This is a big week in the fight to preserve Net Neutrality.
The FCC’s public comment period ends Friday (July 18th) at midnight.
Tell the FCC that you love YouTube. Tell them about how independent video creators have enriched your life and remind them that it was made possible by Net Neutrality.
Remember, you have until tomorrow night to sign the petition!
Jane Yolen (via maxkirin)
If this is the case I guess I do write every day, I’m always writing long emails (for work or to friends) or jotting down thoughts or bits of stories or editing or writing posts on here. Why do we beat ourselves up for doing anything but writing new words of a story?
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