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r-e-edelstein asked
If you're still taking prompts (or saving them for a rainy day), how about SeiGou caught in a torrential downpour? :)


A/N: Aw, girl. You know I’ll always write SeiGou for you ;D This prompt also reminds me a lot of Tailwind :)
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The rain came on like a tornado, swift and powerful, with huge drops soaking straight through their clothes down to their skin. They ran laughing, trying to uselessly shield themselves from getting any more drenched than they already were. They ducked into an alleyway, standing just underneath an awning spilling over with water from the sudden rainstorm. People ran past them to escape the rain and they were soon left by themselves, water dripping from their hair and sticking to their faces. They looked at each other for a moment, wide grins splitting across their faces.

"That was unexpected," Seijuurou said loudly, trying to speak over the loud sound of rain falling on the road. 

"You’re telling me!" Gou laughed in return. "You look ridiculous!"

Seijuurou laughed as she reached up to ruffle his hair so that it wasn’t sticking flat to his forehead anymore. She let her fingers linger on his cheeks, and she stared warmly at his amused face.

"What?" he asked after a moment.

She shook her head. “I’d say that this might have ruined our date,” she said softly, rubbing her thumb over his cheek. “But I think I might actually like this a little bit better.”

He smiled softly and lifted his own hand to warmly encompass hers against his cheek. “I think I might agree,” he whispered and leaned in to kiss her warmly against the mouth. 


Magical pond that changes color with the weather 

Kent Shiraishi took these photos of the Blue Pond, a beautiful body of water in Hokkaido, Japan. Blue Pond receives so much attention because of its shimmering blue hue, which changes into a lovely green in certain light. This pond owes its colors to aluminium hydroxide, a mineral which reflects blue light. 


Here’s some Irosami for Jen, cause she always asks and I never deliver.


Here’s some Irosami for Jen, cause she always asks and I never deliver.



For Concepts Class: Illustrate a nonphysical word. The class had to try and guess it.