i have eight tabs of captain america fic recs open right now

….so i guess this is a thing that’s happening

i wrote an article for the newspaper about how i hate it when guys come up to me and smile so guess what some guy did today

if you guessed he was a complete asshole and after he confirmed that i was the one that wrote the article said “smile!” to me, you are correct

OKAY SO last time i did this i ended up reading cinder and i read all three books the past week so now idk what to read next and someone needs to make that decision for me:

  • a mad, wicked folly by sharon biggs waller
  • omens by kelley armstrong
  • a brief history of montmaray by michelle cooper (i’ve read this before but i need to reread it to finish the series)
  • days of blood and starlight by laini taylor
  • born wicked by jessica spotwood
  • the bone key by sarah monette
  • the 5th wave by rick yancey
  • unspoken by sarah rees brennan
  • chantress by amy butler greenfield
  • shadows on the moon by zoe marriott
  • written in red by anne bishop
  • huntress by malinda lo
  • school spirits by rachel hawkins
  • touch of power by maria v. snyder
  • once a witch by carolyn maccullough
  • the secret history by donna tartt
  • legend by marie lu
  • cold magic by kate elliott
  • aristotle and dante discover the secrets of the universe by benjamin alire saenz
  • revolution by jennifer donnelly

last night chloe was trying to jump up on the bed and she fell and landed wrong and started yelping. she was limping a little bit, but she seemed to get over it until a few hours later she started yelping again whenever she would walk. then she would go back to being okay, jumping up onto stuff with no problems and after a little while, the yelping would start again

so i took her to two vet’s offices today, one couldn’t get me in until three tomorrow but the other was able to get me in at two and it turns out she like, popped her knee out of socket, sorta? and when she starts yelping again it’s popping in and out and basically all you can do is give them pain pills and keep them from jumping up on things (which is the HARDEST thing to do because she jumps up on EVERYTHING) for like a month or so.

idk, last night was so horrible my eyes were swollen when i woke up from crying/a lack of sleep and i just want her to get better :( she’s never been hurt like this before and i hate not really being able to do anything about it and i’m alone with no one to help me with everything so it’s all 10x worse

and when i say she was yelping i mean she was like, scream-yelping. i was so terrified and i had no idea what to do

apparently my voice and laugh are so distinctive that someone that’s only known me for a few months can pick me out in a crowded room of people talking

okay what i really wanna know is why gatorade bottles are so hard to open

like, is there a ritual sacrifice that somehow allows you to open them without some form of physical pain or is the pain part of the sacrifice because i need to know

someone needs to tell me what to read next:

  • chantress by amy butler greenfield
  • shadows on the moon by zoe marriott
  • written in red by anne bishop
  • the pirate’s wish by cassandra rose clarke
  • autumn by sierra dean
  • storm by brigid kemmerer
  • world after by susan ee
  • nightwalker by jocelynn drake
  • kill me softly by sarah cross
  • the waking dark by robin wasserman
  • the 5th wave by rick yancey
  • unspoken by sarah rees brennan
  • cinder by marissa meyer
  • huntress by malinda lo
  • school spirits by rachel hawkins
  • touch of power by maria v. snyder
  • sapphire blue by kerstin gier (except i would probably have to reread the first one first)

why is writing sports stories so hard for me it’s so SIMPLE