http://thoughtcatalog.com/ashley-chew/2015/12/read-this-when-its-not-a-bad-day-but-a-bad-life/ Seriously, it's worth it.
My husband, knowing I am a Doctor Who fan and also a smoking fetishist, sent me this picture as a Christmas present this morning. Courtesy of Matt Smith's Facebook page. I love having a weird marriage. 🙂 An Anonymous Outsider
Until today, the last time I had written to a celebrity of any kind was sending snail mail letters to Mark Hamill when I was 11 and wanted to marry Luke Skywalker. Somehow, I thought it would get less embarrassing as I matured. As it turns out, I'm just as nervous about it as I … Continue reading Writing to a celebrity
Some individuals seem to be intellectually challenged as seen by their responses to everyday life. They are incapable of grasping the most basic stuff. They have trouble expressing themselves in a meaningful way and cannot seem to articulate what is on their minds linguistically. Their interpersonal skills are often slow and they are inclined to be on the introverted side. In society these people are judged, ridiculed and laughed at. They are called inappropriate names like “stupid” and “lazy”, due to their seeming lack of motivation for life. However, this type of discrimination is way off the mark and appears to be reductive to the informed person.
Take a homeless, poverty stricken man who is misinterpreted for being “dumb” because of displaying the above characteristics. Apparently it is common sense for us to assume that the man is homeless because of a lack of education that could not afford…
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So, I decided to start doing this the other day, when a particular beautiful arrangement of "Let it go" was brought to my attention by a friend. However, there is much more to my interest in cover songs than I wrote, and I think I should write it out here if I am going to … Continue reading Cover Song of the Day #2 – and WHY
My sleep has cycle has pretty much officially inverted itself, and ever since I awoke at 12:30 in the morning, not knowing what time or even day that it was, I haven't been able to properly get my footing. I've started 4 movies. Read some news. Sketched some more on a mountain range I am … Continue reading Indecision and Disinterest
So, I suck at posting daily, and this may not be a nearly daily thing. But I love cover songs, particularly those with a focus on vocal harmonies. So here is the first Cover Song of the Day. An Anonymous Outsider
Writer's Note: This is part of a much longer post, titled Changes. Jehovah Jireh: The Dinner and the Dollar Last night, I attended an annual "Ladies Dinner" with my mom, that is hosted by several local churches, including my mom's. It was my third time attending with her, and, despite my discomfort with any organized … Continue reading Jehovah Jireh: The Dinner and the Dollar
Writer's Note: This is part of a much larger post, titled Changes. The Autonomy Declaration This is a pretty major deal for me. The other day, my husband and I were talking and dealing with some issues that had built up over the last couple of years, while we had a different submissive living with … Continue reading The Autonomy Declaration