Because a two second clip brings out my Makorra beast.
Korra had healing hands.
She’d learned from the best, she always would say as she drew the water gently around his sore neck muscles or pressed it cool against his scrapes and scratches and bruises or let it tickle his tired feet. She healed him and soothed him and calmed him and he loved it, but not as much as he loved the feel of her hands on him, skin on skin, no water between.
“That feels better,” he would say as her fingertips pressed against his worn and weary body.
“You’re being ridiculous,” she would say, and it made him smile, a secret smile that he kept hidden from her. But she would remove his shirt, just so she could touch his chest, and he would hold her hand to his heartbeat. Skin to skin to lub-dub, lub-dub, lub-dub.
*We are not the organizers of the official week nor do we want to encroach on their territory. We just want to have fun!
We decided for it to be June 23rd-June 29th!
Day 1: sough (verb): to moan, to rustle, to sigh, (noun): the gentle, soothing murmur of winnd or water
Day 2: corrupt (transative verb): to change from good to bad in morals, manners, or actions
Day 3: permit (transitive verb): to consent to expressly or formally, to give leave, to make possible
Day 4: sillage (noun): the scent that lingers in air, the trail left in water; the impression made in space after something or someone has been and gone
Day 5: routine (noun): a regular course of procedure
Day 6: leisure (noun): freedom provided by the cessation of activities; especially : time free from work or duties
Day 7: ardent (adjective): characterized by warmth of feeling typically expressed in eager zealous support or activity