Jul. 7th, 2017

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Percival sitting by the windowsill, watching the rain fall and tracing the droplets with his fingers; a small smile on his face, with Newt’s head resting on his lap, the book in his hand forgotten as he drinks in Percival’s serene expression greedily.

Newt gently tracing Percival’s face; from his forehead down to the bridge of his. Brushing his left cheek softly before settling his fingers on Percival’s swollen mouth. Remembering last night’s love making with Percival’s whimpering his name so seductively as Newt takes him again and again and again.

Percival watching Newt tending the creatures in the suitcase. Newt dressed only in his white button-down shirt with the sleeves rolled up. Like this, with the sun shining so brightly on his red coppery hair, creating a halo; cradling a baby Occamy in his strong arms, murmuring “Here’s Papa.” with a bright smile that lights up his eyes when Percival steps closer; like this, Percival falls in love with Newt all over again.

Percival and Newt on their bed, with Percival kissing all of Newt’s scars reverently, worshipping his lithe body and praising him. Telling Newt how brave he is for saving the creatures, how Percival is so very proud of Newt’s pursuit. How beautiful Newt is inside and outside. How lucky he is for being able to call Newt “his.”

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I’m moving to Colorado Springs on August 22nd (arriving the 24th) with pretty much no money and relying on my family to help me out (which I know is a burden on them). If you’ve been following me, you know I also have thousands of dollars in medical bills from going to the ER five times over the past four months due to complicated asthma related to allergies.

How did this happen, you ask? I made the critical mistake of moving to Oregon in 2016, not knowing this area has some of the highest pollen counts in the world. I’m not even allergic to trees or grass, and it has still given me breathing problems. Coupled with the high humidity and my mold allergy (which I did not have before moving here), I can’t leave my apartment without wearing a face mask. Sometimes I have shortness of breath indoors, too.

So if anyone wants to donate to the “Let’s get Laura out of central Oregon so she doesn’t die from respiratory issues” fund, here’s a link to my Paypal. No fees or anything like that. It all goes to me. And I could really really use it.

I work 40-50 hours a week, and basically all of my income goes to rent, bills, and food, and I’m not going to have anything to spare for that first month of rent in my new place (which they want upfront). So anything is really appreciated. Thank you everyone.

PayPal Link

And here’s a link to an article about the Willamette Valley where I live. It has the highest pollen counts in the world, and four times the limit for what is considered “very high.” I didn’t have asthma until I lived here for a year, my sleep apnea has gone from very mild to severe, and I’ve already had two sinus infections and bronchitis in the past six months. I’m really not being hyperbolic when I say I need to get the hell out so I don’t die. My situation is pretty dire.


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