*chin scratch* It’s been eight years since I lived in one place for longer than a year. If you consider that prior to those eight years, I rarely lived in one house for longer than two weeks at a time (my parents are divorced and had an agreement to play ping pong with me all through my development), that’s… significant! I’ve been here since 3/29/13. I anticipate missing it more than I did when I left before.

Introspective bc I’m getting on a plane tmw to reunite with Nick after two and a half years of not being able to live together, due to the vagaries of employment and illness. This is good, and I’m ready to move forward, ready to walk and hungry for it, but uncertainty has taken up residence in the lower, unusable half of my lungs. But, you know, stability is a luxury afforded to me by the safety of parents who could afford financially and emotionally to see me through recovery, and now that I can go a mile on my own, it’s time to go another. It’s time to accept fear as a factor of living.

Mom thinks I haven’t packed very much. I feel like two bags is a burden, especially when I don’t know where I’ll be putting them in a month’s time. I’m haunted by that feeling that everything I do is somehow a mistake, but I’ve taken to considering this an unavoidable symptom of limited perspective coupled with the ability to perceive cause and effect. I just have to learn to be okay with failing, too, to take my punches from poor decisions and a somewhat inconsistent flesh form.



New Cloud Type Discovered: ‘Undulus Asperatus’

Turbulent motions between differing air masses create undulating clouds as seen over rural Kansas in the early morning hours of April 28, 2006.( Bottom two images ) Meteorologists are proposing these clouds be designated as the first new cloud type to be named in over 50 years: Undulus Asperatus.

The ominous-looking clouds have been particularly common in the Plains states of the United States, often during the morning or midday hours following convective thunderstorm activity.  These clouds are not considered a precursor to severe weather, rather appear to form following rain or thunderstorm activity.

they’re like paintings..

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For Sandry. So she’ll always have a light.


For Sandry. So she’ll always have a light.

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big hero type goes to save the world from an ancient evil unsealed after a bajillion years except they end up dating the ancient evil instead

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"But then, when I get the occasional human customer, right here, my pulse races. It’s hard to explain, but it’s…enjoyable.”

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New Tsubasa preview.


New Tsubasa preview.

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Haunting, Dan Busta

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"all i want is a lucrative market for gay romance and teenage girls elbow deep in… death…" ~me, whining about writing. again. :(

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