General Winter

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Which flower would your muse give to mine?

furryjackal:

askboxstash:

Put a flower in my inbox to show your muse’s feelings for mine, anon or not:

AMARANTH: Broken-hearted
BEGONIA: Warning
CARNATION (YELLOW): Rejection
CYCLAMEN: Parting
LAVENDER: Distrust
LILY (ORANGE): Hatred
MARIGOLD: Jealousy

GERANIUM: True friendship
SUNFLOWER: Gratitude
TULIP (WHITE): Forgiveness
VIOLET: Loyalty
ZINNIA: Memories

DILL: Lust
MIMOSA: Secret admirer
PEONY: Shyness
ROSE (ORANGE): Fascination
ROSE (RED): Love
SYCAMORE: Curiosity
TUBEROSE: Pleasure

I love playing with these memes. Reblogging for the night crowd.

(Source: al-jilani-asks)

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wendythesurvivor:

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I Swear This Is An RP Blog: A Musical 

Featuring such hits as

  • Maybe I’ll RP Today and its reprise No Wait Nevermind
  • What Was The Plot of This RP Again?
  • Fuck My Partner Deleted Their Blog

And the ever classic

  • I’m a Lazy Bastard

Starring everyone’s favourite 

  •  Nobody’s replied and its reprise Fuck everyone’s replied

(via a-plum-dragon)

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annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

I barely know you. How could I ever have had a chance to be rude? He couldn’t imagine what could have caused her to think he was her father but..at least he’d not messed it up yet? "I don’t know..I am trying but it is up to Ivan…I would not blame him if he does not wish to let me make amends I was never very kind."  And the only reason he was better now was because he had Tanya to rein him back… "I would say I do not deserve a chance to make it up to him but then I should not be so selfish to presume how he feels…" Nathan sighed. 

"Hmm…"  Ann leaned on him a bit.  "Yeah, I guess you really fucked up."

Nathan snorted, “Thank you for the reassurance Ann. But…I can only hope that maybe one day I can earn his forgiveness…I know I am not a good person, but I should not have let my grief blind me so.”

Ann would have asked ‘what grief?’, but she thought it would be rude to bring it up.  If it had caused him that much pain, better to leave it in the past.  ”I hope you get your chance.”

He ruffled her hair softly, “Thank you Ann, I suppose I will just have to see? It’s not up to me, All I can do is prove I am willing to try again and Ivan can decide how he wishes to move forward.” Humming he looked around, “Ah we should start to head back hm? You must be getting tired…”

annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

I barely know you. How could I ever have had a chance to be rude? He couldn’t imagine what could have caused her to think he was her father but..at least he’d not messed it up yet? "I don’t know..I am trying but it is up to Ivan…I would not blame him if he does not wish to let me make amends I was never very kind." And the only reason he was better now was because he had Tanya to rein him back… "I would say I do not deserve a chance to make it up to him but then I should not be so selfish to presume how he feels…" Nathan sighed. 

"Hmm…"  Ann leaned on him a bit.  "Yeah, I guess you really fucked up."

Nathan snorted, “Thank you for the reassurance Ann. But…I can only hope that maybe one day I can earn his forgiveness…I know I am not a good person, but I should not have let my grief blind me so.”

Ann would have asked ‘what grief?’, but she thought it would be rude to bring it up.  If it had caused him that much pain, better to leave it in the past.  ”I hope you get your chance.”

He ruffled her hair softly, “Thank you Ann, I suppose I will just have to see? It’s not up to me, All I can do is prove I am willing to try again and Ivan can decide how he wishes to move forward.” Humming he looked around, “Ah we should start to head back hm? You must be getting tired…”

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annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

"You’ve been good to me," Ann offered.  True, she’d never known Nathan when she was a child, but she’d never had any disagreement with him.  "It isn’t too late to fix it now, is it?"

I barely know you. How could I ever have had a chance to be rude? He couldn’t imagine what could have caused her to think he was her father but..at least he’d not messed it up yet? "I don’t know..I am trying but it is up to Ivan…I would not blame him if he does not wish to let me make amends I was never very kind."  And the only reason he was better now was because he had Tanya to rein him back… "I would say I do not deserve a chance to make it up to him but then I should not be so selfish to presume how he feels…" Nathan sighed. 

"Hmm…"  Ann leaned on him a bit.  "Yeah, I guess you really fucked up."

Nathan snorted, “Thank you for the reassurance Ann. But…I can only hope that maybe one day I can earn his forgiveness…I know I am not a good person, but I should not have let my grief blind me so.”

annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

"You’ve been good to me," Ann offered.  True, she’d never known Nathan when she was a child, but she’d never had any disagreement with him.  "It isn’t too late to fix it now, is it?"

I barely know you. How could I ever have had a chance to be rude? He couldn’t imagine what could have caused her to think he was her father but..at least he’d not messed it up yet? "I don’t know..I am trying but it is up to Ivan…I would not blame him if he does not wish to let me make amends I was never very kind." And the only reason he was better now was because he had Tanya to rein him back… "I would say I do not deserve a chance to make it up to him but then I should not be so selfish to presume how he feels…" Nathan sighed. 

"Hmm…"  Ann leaned on him a bit.  "Yeah, I guess you really fucked up."

Nathan snorted, “Thank you for the reassurance Ann. But…I can only hope that maybe one day I can earn his forgiveness…I know I am not a good person, but I should not have let my grief blind me so.”

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annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

"No, we don’t know yet.  I’m almost about five months along now, and I want the sexes to be a surprise," Ann said.  It occurred to her that she was at the halfway point.  "What was it like with yours and Tanya’s?"

"I see, well I suppose it’s easy enough to get clothes these days that work for male or female..?" he blushed and sputtered, "I-I was not around for when most of them were born…admittedly I only ever took a vague interest in Ivan out of all of the children..” Sighing he bit his lip, “I was no were near as good of a father as your Don Juan seems to be. I did not even wish to be a father…it took me an extremely long time to figure out that Ivan and his sisters even saw me as a father..” looking down he tried not to sulk, "I cannot truthfully say I wish I had know before that he viewed me as such, I was too wrapped up in grief to care…I had a very good father…But I wasn’t able to be half as kind to Ivan as my father was to me."

"You’ve been good to me," Ann offered.  True, she’d never known Nathan when she was a child, but she’d never had any disagreement with him.  "It isn’t too late to fix it now, is it?"

I barely know you. How could I ever have had a chance to be rude? He couldn’t imagine what could have caused her to think he was her father but..at least he’d not messed it up yet? "I don’t know..I am trying but it is up to Ivan…I would not blame him if he does not wish to let me make amends I was never very kind."  And the only reason he was better now was because he had Tanya to rein him back… "I would say I do not deserve a chance to make it up to him but then I should not be so selfish to presume how he feels…" Nathan sighed. 

annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

"No, we don’t know yet.  I’m almost about five months along now, and I want the sexes to be a surprise," Ann said.  It occurred to her that she was at the halfway point.  "What was it like with yours and Tanya’s?"

"I see, well I suppose it’s easy enough to get clothes these days that work for male or female..?" he blushed and sputtered, "I-I was not around for when most of them were born…admittedly I only ever took a vague interest in Ivan out of all of the children..” Sighing he bit his lip, “I was no were near as good of a father as your Don Juan seems to be. I did not even wish to be a father…it took me an extremely long time to figure out that Ivan and his sisters even saw me as a father..” looking down he tried not to sulk, "I cannot truthfully say I wish I had know before that he viewed me as such, I was too wrapped up in grief to care…I had a very good father…But I wasn’t able to be half as kind to Ivan as my father was to me."

"You’ve been good to me," Ann offered.  True, she’d never known Nathan when she was a child, but she’d never had any disagreement with him.  "It isn’t too late to fix it now, is it?"

I barely know you. How could I ever have had a chance to be rude? He couldn’t imagine what could have caused her to think he was her father but..at least he’d not messed it up yet? "I don’t know..I am trying but it is up to Ivan…I would not blame him if he does not wish to let me make amends I was never very kind." And the only reason he was better now was because he had Tanya to rein him back… "I would say I do not deserve a chance to make it up to him but then I should not be so selfish to presume how he feels…" Nathan sighed. 

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annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

"I’ll speak with Juan about it.  He’s really been such a dear, getting the babies’ room ready and all.  He takes good care of all of us," Ann said, a lighthearted sigh in her voice.  "And how are you and Tanya?"

“That is good, do you know if they are going to be male or female? One of each?” he smiled a bit, At least she wasn’t horrid company, mind no one was better company than he lovely Tanya..Nathan blinked as he suddenly thought of how it would have been like if he’d taken such interest in Tanya’s children..helped with rooms and such like…he didn’t think Tanya’d had as much forewarning as nine months but still…why did his heart ache just a bit..?  “We are doing fine thank you for asking Ann.” He shouldn’t worry about this sort of sentimental thing…None of her children had died because of him, and they’d all lived so he’d done just fine.

"No, we don’t know yet.  I’m almost about five months along now, and I want the sexes to be a surprise," Ann said.  It occurred to her that she was at the halfway point.  "What was it like with yours and Tanya’s?"

"I see, well I suppose it’s easy enough to get clothes these days that work for male or female..?" he blushed and sputtered, "I-I was not around for when most of them were born…admittedly I only ever took a vague interest in Ivan out of all of the children..” Sighing he bit his lip, “I was no were near as good of a father as your Don Juan seems to be. I did not even wish to be a father…it took me an extremely long time to figure out that Ivan and his sisters even saw me as a father..” looking down he tried not to sulk, "I cannot truthfully say I wish I had know before that he viewed me as such, I was too wrapped up in grief to care…I had a very good father…But I wasn’t able to be half as kind to Ivan as my father was to me."

annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

"I’ll speak with Juan about it.  He’s really been such a dear, getting the babies’ room ready and all.  He takes good care of all of us," Ann said, a lighthearted sigh in her voice.  "And how are you and Tanya?"

That is good, do you know if they are going to be male or female? One of each?” he smiled a bit, At least she wasn’t horrid company, mind no one was better company than he lovely Tanya..Nathan blinked as he suddenly thought of how it would have been like if he’d taken such interest in Tanya’s children..helped with rooms and such like…he didn’t think Tanya’d had as much forewarning as nine months but still…why did his heart ache just a bit..?  “We are doing fine thank you for asking Ann.” He shouldn’t worry about this sort of sentimental thing…None of her children had died because of him, and they’d all lived so he’d done just fine.

"No, we don’t know yet.  I’m almost about five months along now, and I want the sexes to be a surprise," Ann said.  It occurred to her that she was at the halfway point.  "What was it like with yours and Tanya’s?"

"I see, well I suppose it’s easy enough to get clothes these days that work for male or female..?" he blushed and sputtered, "I-I was not around for when most of them were born…admittedly I only ever took a vague interest in Ivan out of all of the children..” Sighing he bit his lip, “I was no were near as good of a father as your Don Juan seems to be. I did not even wish to be a father…it took me an extremely long time to figure out that Ivan and his sisters even saw me as a father..” looking down he tried not to sulk, "I cannot truthfully say I wish I had know before that he viewed me as such, I was too wrapped up in grief to care…I had a very good father…But I wasn’t able to be half as kind to Ivan as my father was to me."

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annthewanderer:

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annthewanderer:

Ann nodded.  Going for a walk in the woods with Nathan felt familiar and right in a way she couldn’t place.
"I’m not sure how we’ll handle the actual birth, in-home or in-hospital.  I was thinking of trying to convince Juan that I should give birth at home where I’m comfortable, but after we found out it’s twins—well, that’s risky.  It would probably be better if I had them at the hospital.  There will be more resources there if things go wrong."

Offering her his arm for her to lean on he let her lead the way, Better she set the pace since she was so much shorter. “…I would suggest doing it at home? You might talk to Tanya about it, she could possibly help out and between her and a doctor I cannot imagine them not being able to handle anything but the worst." he giggled a bit, "But then Tanya would never let such things happen..But It is not my choice in the end. But consider all your options before picking, yes being at the hospital might be best but it could also make it harder on you, as you don’t like them.” 

"I’ll speak with Juan about it.  He’s really been such a dear, getting the babies’ room ready and all.  He takes good care of all of us," Ann said, a lighthearted sigh in her voice.  "And how are you and Tanya?"

“That is good, do you know if they are going to be male or female? One of each?” he smiled a bit, At least she wasn’t horrid company, mind no one was better company than he lovely Tanya..Nathan blinked as he suddenly thought of how it would have been like if he’d taken such interest in Tanya’s children..helped with rooms and such like…he didn’t think Tanya’d had as much forewarning as nine months but still…why did his heart ache just a bit..?  “We are doing fine thank you for asking Ann.” He shouldn’t worry about this sort of sentimental thing…None of her children had died because of him, and they’d all lived so he’d done just fine.

annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

Ann nodded.  Going for a walk in the woods with Nathan felt familiar and right in a way she couldn’t place.

"I’m not sure how we’ll handle the actual birth, in-home or in-hospital.  I was thinking of trying to convince Juan that I should give birth at home where I’m comfortable, but after we found out it’s twins—well, that’s risky.  It would probably be better if I had them at the hospital.  There will be more resources there if things go wrong."

Offering her his arm for her to lean on he let her lead the way, Better she set the pace since she was so much shorter. “…I would suggest doing it at home? You might talk to Tanya about it, she could possibly help out and between her and a doctor I cannot imagine them not being able to handle anything but the worst." he giggled a bit, "But then Tanya would never let such things happen..But It is not my choice in the end. But consider all your options before picking, yes being at the hospital might be best but it could also make it harder on you, as you don’t like them.” 

"I’ll speak with Juan about it.  He’s really been such a dear, getting the babies’ room ready and all.  He takes good care of all of us," Ann said, a lighthearted sigh in her voice.  "And how are you and Tanya?"

That is good, do you know if they are going to be male or female? One of each?” he smiled a bit, At least she wasn’t horrid company, mind no one was better company than he lovely Tanya..Nathan blinked as he suddenly thought of how it would have been like if he’d taken such interest in Tanya’s children..helped with rooms and such like…he didn’t think Tanya’d had as much forewarning as nine months but still…why did his heart ache just a bit..?  “We are doing fine thank you for asking Ann.” He shouldn’t worry about this sort of sentimental thing…None of her children had died because of him, and they’d all lived so he’d done just fine.

Filed under oh noes Natty just stop XD

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annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

"Not in the slightest, but Juan insists.  For good reason," she said, noticing the slight edge about him.  She perked up when he said he was just there to see her.  "That’s so nice of you, Papa!  I spend most of my time indoors now, or in the garden, so that’s probably why you haven’t seen me around.  The forest is a little too hazardous to me right now."  The last bit was grumbled out with more than just a bit of moodiness.

"Hmm…would it be too out of the way fro the doctor to visit you? It might help you feel a bit better if he came to your house rather than you leaving?’ Nathan blushed and internally sighed, she still thought he was her papa? Ah well he supposed there was worse even if it wouldn’t make Ivan happy… “Oh? How so? Still it’s not good to be cooped up all day…we could go for a walk if you felt up to it? I am fairly certain I can keep you safe for long so that you can stretch your legs…?" He wasn’t even sure why he was bothering to offer…but a walk wouldn’t hurt right?

Ann nodded.  Going for a walk in the woods with Nathan felt familiar and right in a way she couldn’t place.
"I’m not sure how we’ll handle the actual birth, in-home or in-hospital.  I was thinking of trying to convince Juan that I should give birth at home where I’m comfortable, but after we found out it’s twins—well, that’s risky.  It would probably be better if I had them at the hospital.  There will be more resources there if things go wrong."

Offering her his arm for her to lean on he let her lead the way, Better she set the pace since she was so much shorter. “…I would suggest doing it at home? You might talk to Tanya about it, she could possibly help out and between her and a doctor I cannot imagine them not being able to handle anything but the worst." he giggled a bit, "But then Tanya would never let such things happen..But It is not my choice in the end. But consider all your options before picking, yes being at the hospital might be best but it could also make it harder on you, as you don’t like them.” 

annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

"Not in the slightest, but Juan insists.  For good reason," she said, noticing the slight edge about him.  She perked up when he said he was just there to see her.  "That’s so nice of you, Papa!  I spend most of my time indoors now, or in the garden, so that’s probably why you haven’t seen me around.  The forest is a little too hazardous to me right now."  The last bit was grumbled out with more than just a bit of moodiness.

"Hmm…would it be too out of the way fro the doctor to visit you? It might help you feel a bit better if he came to your house rather than you leaving?’ Nathan blushed and internally sighed, she still thought he was her papa? Ah well he supposed there was worse even if it wouldn’t make Ivan happy… “Oh? How so? Still it’s not good to be cooped up all day…we could go for a walk if you felt up to it? I am fairly certain I can keep you safe for long so that you can stretch your legs…?" He wasn’t even sure why he was bothering to offer…but a walk wouldn’t hurt right?

Ann nodded.  Going for a walk in the woods with Nathan felt familiar and right in a way she couldn’t place.

"I’m not sure how we’ll handle the actual birth, in-home or in-hospital.  I was thinking of trying to convince Juan that I should give birth at home where I’m comfortable, but after we found out it’s twins—well, that’s risky.  It would probably be better if I had them at the hospital.  There will be more resources there if things go wrong."

Offering her his arm for her to lean on he let her lead the way, Better she set the pace since she was so much shorter. “…I would suggest doing it at home? You might talk to Tanya about it, she could possibly help out and between her and a doctor I cannot imagine them not being able to handle anything but the worst." he giggled a bit, "But then Tanya would never let such things happen..But It is not my choice in the end. But consider all your options before picking, yes being at the hospital might be best but it could also make it harder on you, as you don’t like them.” 

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annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

"Yes, the visits to the doctor have been rather taxing on me mentally. I’m just relieved that so far everything’s okay. Juan and I are expecting twins!" She beamed. "And what brings you all the way out here?"

“Oh? Not a fan of doctors?" He tried to hide his shock, she was a rather small girl was twins…healthy? "Ah I was just wondering how you’ve been, As I’ve not seen you in a good while.." Idly he poked around her garden, making sure not to touch anything.

"Not in the slightest, but Juan insists.  For good reason," she said, noticing the slight edge about him.  She perked up when he said he was just there to see her.  "That’s so nice of you, Papa!  I spend most of my time indoors now, or in the garden, so that’s probably why you haven’t seen me around.  The forest is a little too hazardous to me right now."  The last bit was grumbled out with more than just a bit of moodiness.

"Hmm…would it be too out of the way fro the doctor to visit you? It might help you feel a bit better if he came to your house rather than you leaving?’ Nathan blushed and internally sighed, she still thought he was her papa? Ah well he supposed there was worse even if it wouldn’t make Ivan happy… “Oh? How so? Still it’s not good to be cooped up all day…we could go for a walk if you felt up to it? I am fairly certain I can keep you safe for long so that you can stretch your legs…?" He wasn’t even sure why he was bothering to offer…but a walk wouldn’t hurt right?

annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

"Yes, the visits to the doctor have been rather taxing on me mentally. I’m just relieved that so far everything’s okay. Juan and I are expecting twins!" She beamed. "And what brings you all the way out here?"

Oh? Not a fan of doctors?" He tried to hide his shock, she was a rather small girl was twins…healthy? "Ah I was just wondering how you’ve been, As I’ve not seen you in a good while.." Idly he poked around her garden, making sure not to touch anything.

"Not in the slightest, but Juan insists.  For good reason," she said, noticing the slight edge about him.  She perked up when he said he was just there to see her.  "That’s so nice of you, Papa!  I spend most of my time indoors now, or in the garden, so that’s probably why you haven’t seen me around.  The forest is a little too hazardous to me right now."  The last bit was grumbled out with more than just a bit of moodiness.

"Hmm…would it be too out of the way fro the doctor to visit you? It might help you feel a bit better if he came to your house rather than you leaving?’ Nathan blushed and internally sighed, she still thought he was her papa? Ah well he supposed there was worse even if it wouldn’t make Ivan happy… “Oh? How so? Still it’s not good to be cooped up all day…we could go for a walk if you felt up to it? I am fairly certain I can keep you safe for long so that you can stretch your legs…?" He wasn’t even sure why he was bothering to offer…but a walk wouldn’t hurt right?

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annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

As it happened, Ann had been out getting some fresh air in the garden.  She looked out toward the forest longingly and caught a glimpse of Nathan’s very distinct hair.  She waved to him from the garden, beckoning him over.

Blinking as he caught sight of her Nathan tilted his head, “Ah Hello Ann...” She was pregnant? “How have you been? Other than rather busy I see?" Nathan said raising an eyebrow.

"Yes, the visits to the doctor have been rather taxing on me mentally. I’m just relieved that so far everything’s okay. Juan and I are expecting twins!" She beamed. "And what brings you all the way out here?"

“Oh? Not a fan of doctors?" He tried to hide his shock, she was a rather small girl was twins…healthy? "Ah I was just wondering how you’ve been, As I’ve not seen you in a good while.." Idly he poked around her garden, making sure not to touch anything.

annthewanderer:

askgeneralwinter:

annthewanderer:

As it happened, Ann had been out getting some fresh air in the garden.  She looked out toward the forest longingly and caught a glimpse of Nathan’s very distinct hair.  She waved to him from the garden, beckoning him over.

Blinking as he caught sight of her Nathan tilted his head, “Ah Hello Ann...” She was pregnant? “How have you been? Other than rather busy I see?" Nathan said raising an eyebrow.

"Yes, the visits to the doctor have been rather taxing on me mentally. I’m just relieved that so far everything’s okay. Juan and I are expecting twins!" She beamed. "And what brings you all the way out here?"

Oh? Not a fan of doctors?" He tried to hide his shock, she was a rather small girl was twins…healthy? "Ah I was just wondering how you’ve been, As I’ve not seen you in a good while.." Idly he poked around her garden, making sure not to touch anything.