I usually love thunderstorms. I love the smell, the sounds, the looks, everything.
Today however, it is not love. Or it is, but an echo of love in the heartache I’m feeling. I feel torn like the lightning ripping across the sky. Empty like the sound a second after the thunder claps. And the rain is too easy to mirror in my tears.
I’m barely holding together. I can only hope that the storm will pass, and I will see a beautiful friendship in a following rainbow. I hope with every breath, wish with every star, and love with every beat of my heart.
This was back when I was at 5/8”. I’m planning to get these again at my current size, always liked stuff with keys. Both the plugs & the bar are from www.bodyartforms.com
Need the bar for Sailor P. Buy this for me?
And if anyone’s curious- before and after wig for punk Sailor P!
Here’s some photos of my punk Sailor P. Adding this one to my roster for the next con I’m at.
Hoping to get a good full shot later. 16 year old me is beaming.
So, I think I’m going to put together a punk Sailor Pluto. Maybe tonight. Want to get out of my funk, and this sounds like fun. Possible photos later too.
Making weird faces cause I’m weird. And a bit bored. Oh well.
I know I should go to bed earlier than I do, but I just want to stay up watching Supernatural.
To my fellow spoonies with vulvadynia:
I was able to test out a couple different glass dildos that will be going into production in the next year. Dildos that have a tip that curves up and completely avoid my vulvadynia areas but do not hit my urethra (sensitive due to IC). I wanted to share this wonderful news, because if you’re like me, it’s hard to find any toys that do not irritate the sensitive lady-bits of chronic pain. There is hope. Let me know if you would be interested in these and/or if you have any suggestions on how something could be shaped to fit your needs.
Date with my puppy and a book. (at Hillcrest Dog Park)
Surprisingly, perfectionists are often procrastinators, as they can tend to think “I don’t have the right skills or resources to do this perfectly now, so I won’t do it at all.”
(Source: myeyesarehazel, via geothebio)
Board Doctor: What if one of your patients had died?
Patch Adams: What’s wrong with death, sir? What are we so mortally afraid of? Why can’t we treat death with a certain amount of humanity and dignity and decency and, God forbid, maybe even humor? Death is not the enemy, gentlemen. If we’re gonna fight a disease, let’s fight one of the most terrible diseases of all–indifference. Now, I’ve sat in your schools and heard people lecture on transference and professional distance. Transference is inevitable, sir. Every human being has an impact on another. Why don’t we want that in a patient/doctor relationship? That’s why I’ve listened to your teachings, and I believe they’re wrong. A doctor’s mission should be not just to prevent death but also to improve the quality of life. That’s why you treat a disease, you win, you lose. You treat a person, I guarantee you, you win, no matter what the outcome.
Movie Quote of the Day – Patch Adams, 1998 (dir. Tom Shadyac) | the diary of a film history fanatic
I think the world feels like they lost the best uncle. The one who treated you like an individual. Like a person, not a child. Told you the hard realities of life and was there with a joke and a smile. We all would have loved to make Robin smile. To help him dry his tears and let him know he’s not alone.
If you are suffering from depression or anything else, please know that you are not alone. People love and care for you, even if you can’t see it. Take care.