nivalingreenhow:

when McGonagall finds out that Ginny is pregnant, and that the Weasley and Potter bloodlines will converge, she marks on her calender the day the child will turn 11 and that is the day she retires 

makanidotdot:

mom jokes

Streaming a join.me

void-child:

Stream link~


Hey ladies, gents, and otherwise~. How about you come hang out and doodle with me? :D

I’m going to be derping around with a character I’ve got brewing in my head, and maybe taking some itty bitty free sketch requests :3. Tell your friends. It should be fun 8D.
amyfacelovesyou:

We interrupt this dashboard to announce that wiggly pigling.

amyfacelovesyou:

We interrupt this dashboard to announce that wiggly pigling.

uusui:

when ur friends are cool and talented and ur just

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I need to research scary stories for kids

Today, I was babysitting my six-year-old nephew, and he wanted me to tell him scary stories.  Unfortunately, all of the ones I know were either way too scary/”realistic” for a kid that young (and I didn’t want to get an angry phone call from his Mom when he didn’t want to go to sleep tonight), or too complicated for a six-year-old to really understand.

I tried telling him a version of the Tiyanak legend that I once read in a book, and one that was similar to the “Daddy look under my bed / Daddy there’s someone in my bed” short-short story, and both required so much explanation at the end that I think both of us ended up getting frustrated.  He liked The Golden Arm okay, though—probably because I did the jump/scream scare at the end.

I wonder if the library has a copy of In a Dark Dark Room that I could flip through to get ideas.  I might also try the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark series, though Lord knows that Stephen Gammell’s illustrations in those books scared the hell out of my well into junior high…

unclefather:

this is the scene of the crime

unclefather:

this is the scene of the crime