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Irony: my underwear says “friday night out” but I am lying down on my bedroom floor while my puppy licks my tear-stained face and frantically jumps around/on me, trying to find out what’s wrong.

I was waiting for the train earlier today when I sneezed and suddenly I was thinking of how I am just a barely-there blip in the universe and my allergy tears were being pushed out by sadness tears and I had to rely on my not-so-trusty Public Shame mechanism to prevent a meltdown.

While I was lying on the floor tonight I realized I haven’t taken my meds in three weeks and that might explain things but my brief “Aha!” moment was very quickly replaced by guilt and I started crying again.

I guess the moral in this story is always take your meds?

Tags: sadliness

First test print.

First test print.

Linocuts (and meds) have kept me sane the past couple of months. (I’m pretty bad at taking meds, so a large bulk of my retained sanity can be attributed to the zen I got from hacking away at linoleum blocks.)

The thing that’s most appealing about linocuts is how complicated and time-consuming the entire process is. I’ve accidentally stabbed my fingers several times while making them, but I’ve discovered that there’s nothing like making a linocut to make me feel relaxed. Something about cutting away the negative part of the image and how mistakes can be frustrating but fixable makes the whole thing so zen.

Linocuts (and meds) have kept me sane the past couple of months. (I’m pretty bad at taking meds, so a large bulk of my retained sanity can be attributed to the zen I got from hacking away at linoleum blocks.)

The thing that’s most appealing about linocuts is how complicated and time-consuming the entire process is. I’ve accidentally stabbed my fingers several times while making them, but I’ve discovered that there’s nothing like making a linocut to make me feel relaxed. Something about cutting away the negative part of the image and how mistakes can be frustrating but fixable makes the whole thing so zen.

I CANNOT WAIT.

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Reblog If You Can Take Off Your Bra Without Taking Your Shirt Off.

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Girl’s are amazing

I think we broke the notes…

i feel like i’m reblogging history. “the post that broke the notes”

THERE ARE NO FUCKING NOTES

WE HAVE REACHED INFINITY

what the heLL

where is it

I’m impressed

im cry

Would you look at that, no notes!

(via nobodysuspectsthebutterfly)

I’ve seen this quoted a hundred times and it made me want to watch Grey’s Anatomy until I found out that the show isn’t all about Sandra Oh’s character

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"Who taught me to suck in my stomach,
or my cheeks?
Who told me to stand with my legs apart
and my hips thrust back
to create the illusion of a gap
between my thighs?
Who made me believe that the most beautiful part of me
is my negative space?"

Negative Space  (via yoursly)

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#WIWT: My life philosophy on a t-shirt.

#WIWT: My life philosophy on a t-shirt.

Tags: wiwt

#shelfie

(The rest of my room is still a mess.)

#shelfie

(The rest of my room is still a mess.)

The main character is named Elizabeth in 2 out of the 6 unicorn stories here. This is obviously a sign from the Universe that I’m getting my own unicorn soon.

The main character is named Elizabeth in 2 out of the 6 unicorn stories here. This is obviously a sign from the Universe that I’m getting my own unicorn soon.

Scruffy puppy.

Scruffy puppy.