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Promise | Erwin x Reader
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He was leaving for another expedition.
You were both used to this routine; telling your goodbyes over and over again. No matter how many times he left, anxiety built within, nerves on edge as paranoia washed over. He always came back-- some injuries here and there, but the commander always recovered from it.
But even though his return was almost guaranteed, it never reassured you that he would truly come back.
A small sigh left roseate lips, digits reluctantly brushing his cheek, eyes meeting blue hues. His eyes were always memorizing; a remembrance of the long nights you spent together, gazes burning into each other, bodies pressed against each other.
A timid smile crossed your lips at the recollection, a hint of curiosity appearing on the blond’s sharp features, a questioning look shot your way.
Shaking your head, the concerned thoughts returned to mind once again, look of content immediately faltering. Fingers tentatively grasped his shirt, a step forward closing the distance
Tux Team Guide to Posing and Convention EtiquetteMan, I miss the feeling of being able to roll around in bed and sleep for as long as I want. Nowadays, my friends and I haven't been able to experience that even on weekends.
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As of now, my brain is too fried to write up a proper journal entry about our volcano GARventure, and one of my usual event reports (as you can see on the right side of my journal) about Cosplay Mania, but I'd like to take this chance to share a part of our lecture of sorts at the Cosmania cosplay workshop last Sunday.
China snowpeachdrop, Kat moonlightflight, El rosiael and I were invited to talk about general cosplay planning, like fabric selection, wig styling, cosplay makeup and photography. My friends might post the other parts, but for now here is our silly guide about posing for cosplay photos, and convention etiquette. The actual presentation was actually longer, and with lots more examples, but here is a condensed rundown of what we talked about, fo
ButI could paint you murals brimming with wild colors, whimsical creatures, and awestriking places that would send you to foreign realms of imagination, but I would have to hold a renowned title for it to be anything more than a simple image.
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I could write you enigmatic poems and vivid, magical stories that could open your mind to ideas you've never considered and emotions you've never felt, but I'd have to have a degree in literature to earn your interest.
I could sing you songs that could define a generation, or inspire the futures of those to come, but I would have to take lessons, sit before judges and audiences for approval, and sell millions of albums to merely be noticed.
I could drive you to exotic cities and countries you've never heard of, introduce you to cultures and environments you never knew or took the time to notice and appreciate, but I would have to have passports and licences to bring you there.
I could perform many of the jobs that you can just from study and observat