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princess-of-pentacles:

My good friend verdantwinter asked for a reading and was given the choice between money or thankfulness. He went for thankfulness. 
Day 20 Spread
1. What am I thankful for?
Queen of Cups: A creative balance, the ability to flow with creation through waves of difficulty and change. The ability to hone and flow emotion via creative and meaningful outlets while remaining grounded between various roles of life. Morever, the support you get from and for this creativity helps ground you even when others less outreaching would have sunk - you have used this creativity even in the ways you have found stability in your life, taking routes others would have not to high gain. You are gracious for what has been provided and sacrificed for you to do this. 
2. How can I show this gratitude to myself?
draw your best friend handsome-princess fire emblem erotica
The Sun: Let it shine throughout your entire being! Let your creative impulses and the gratitude you express towards it show by being assured and confident with what you have. Do not doubt the talents you have and rather accept them as fact for what they are - rationalize them and be grateful for them the way you would be for anything else you had that benefited you. Take almost overblown joy and delight in your own abilities and your own movements, as well as what you have rationally accomplished and done for yourself. Others will take note, but do this specifically for you, not them.  
3. How can I share my gratitude with others?
Five of Swords: Slow down there, sunshine. You’ve got a lot holding you back from sharing your gratitude and appreciation for what you’ve honed and what they’ve done for you - it’s probably already hard enough for you to go back and do step 2. Fight the battles and discord that come to you and accept what you’ve done before you do too much gratitude at once, especially when it seems like no one in the world is interested in what you have gratitude for. But, when it comes to making any choices that have an easier, more self-centered path rather than a more open minded if difficult one, don’t do anything out of spite and treat the world like a captive audience. Take care of yourself as far as it takes right up until you’re just being petty by electing your needs over the benefits of others. 

Wheee. I gots a tarot reading done for me. (I hear @pincess-of-pentacles is going to be in the tarot business soon if anyone is looking for a reader.)

princess-of-pentacles:

My good friend verdantwinter asked for a reading and was given the choice between money or thankfulness. He went for thankfulness. 

Day 20 Spread

1. What am I thankful for?

Queen of Cups: A creative balance, the ability to flow with creation through waves of difficulty and change. The ability to hone and flow emotion via creative and meaningful outlets while remaining grounded between various roles of life. Morever, the support you get from and for this creativity helps ground you even when others less outreaching would have sunk - you have used this creativity even in the ways you have found stability in your life, taking routes others would have not to high gain. You are gracious for what has been provided and sacrificed for you to do this. 

2. How can I show this gratitude to myself?

draw your best friend handsome-princess fire emblem erotica

The Sun: Let it shine throughout your entire being! Let your creative impulses and the gratitude you express towards it show by being assured and confident with what you have. Do not doubt the talents you have and rather accept them as fact for what they are - rationalize them and be grateful for them the way you would be for anything else you had that benefited you. Take almost overblown joy and delight in your own abilities and your own movements, as well as what you have rationally accomplished and done for yourself. Others will take note, but do this specifically for you, not them.  

3. How can I share my gratitude with others?

Five of Swords: Slow down there, sunshine. You’ve got a lot holding you back from sharing your gratitude and appreciation for what you’ve honed and what they’ve done for you - it’s probably already hard enough for you to go back and do step 2. Fight the battles and discord that come to you and accept what you’ve done before you do too much gratitude at once, especially when it seems like no one in the world is interested in what you have gratitude for. But, when it comes to making any choices that have an easier, more self-centered path rather than a more open minded if difficult one, don’t do anything out of spite and treat the world like a captive audience. Take care of yourself as far as it takes right up until you’re just being petty by electing your needs over the benefits of others. 

Wheee. I gots a tarot reading done for me.

(I hear @pincess-of-pentacles is going to be in the tarot business soon if anyone is looking for a reader.)

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Ernest Hemingway would have died rather than have syntax. Or semicolons. I use a whole lot of half-assed semicolons; there was one of them just now; that was a semicolon after “semicolons,” and another one after “now.”

And another thing. Ernest Hemingway would have died rather than get old. And he did. He shot himself. A short sentence. Anything rather than a long sentence, a life sentence. Death sentences are short and very, very manly. Life sentences aren’t. They go on and on, all full of syntax and qualifying clauses and confusing references and getting old. And that brings up the real proof of what a mess I have made of being a man.

By

Ursula K. Le Guin on being a man – the finest, sharpest thing I’ve read in ages 

(via ananthymous)

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nicedildo:

halfrican—queen:

kkristoff:

cold-never-bothered-me-anyways:

Arabian Little Red Riding Hood with a red hijab

A Japanese Snow White with her coveted pale skin and shiny black hair

Mexican Cinderella with colorful Mexican glass blown slippers

Greek Beauty and the Beast where Beast is a minotaur

Culture-bent fairy tales that keep key canonical characteristics

GIVE ME THESE I M M E D I A T E L Y

Afro-Caribbean Rapunzel with 75-ft-long dreads.

imageMexican Cinderella! 

I figured she’d have a dead ancestor who could give her wishes. 

The shoes became kind of more secondary than I wanted, and I think I might do something different if I was going to do it again, but I didn’t want the work to go to waste, so. (I didn’t want to spend oodles of time on this anyway). 

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thombranco:

lifeconfusedbunny:

6th Grade AMVsA mix for those of us who spent our free time in middle school watching AMVs on Youtube.  Featuring hits by CascadaTracklist:Everytime We Touch - CascadaButterfly - Smile.DKI’m in Heaven (When You Kiss Me) - ATCListen To Your Heart - CascadaAccidentally in Love - Counting CrowsAll The Things She Said - TaTuBad Boy - CascadaBest Friend - ToyboxTruly Madly Deeply - CascadaMr.Wonderful - Smile.DKAround the World (La La La La La) - ATCRomeo and Juliet - S.O.A.PMiracle - CascadaRoses Are Red - AquaCaramelldansen - CaramellEvanescence - Bring Me To Life

*war flashbacks*

thombranco:

lifeconfusedbunny:

6th Grade AMVs
A mix for those of us who spent our free time in middle school watching AMVs on Youtube.  Featuring hits by Cascada
Tracklist:
Everytime We Touch - Cascada
Butterfly - Smile.DK
I’m in Heaven (When You Kiss Me) - ATC
Listen To Your Heart - Cascada
Accidentally in Love - Counting Crows
All The Things She Said - TaTu
Bad Boy - Cascada
Best Friend - Toybox
Truly Madly Deeply - Cascada
Mr.Wonderful - Smile.DK
Around the World (La La La La La) - ATC
Romeo and Juliet - S.O.A.P
Miracle - Cascada
Roses Are Red - Aqua
Caramelldansen - Caramell
Evanescence - Bring Me To Life

*war flashbacks*

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hollyblack:

meaganspooner:

sarahreesbrennan:

thinkjen:

And it’s not like you can just turn the internet off anymore. Or your brain. How do we even finish things anymore.

'I'M GONNA GET SO MUCH WORK DONE!' I murmur cheerfully to myself every morning.

At midnight, reading an obscure essay about Stephen King’s Pet Sematery, I murmur ‘How did it come to this…’

Aziz Ansari, tellin’ it like it is. 

This is the perfect description of what has happened to my work every day of the last two weeks.