' i bite my thumb at them, which is a disgrace to them, if they bear it. '


Bites her own thumb before the thumbs of others. That is, unless they want her to.




Theatre major. Jackass. Feminasty. Homosensual. Amused. Not as grumpy as she looks. Bad at poetry, and good at pointing it out. Unhealthy brain habits. Taken. Loves her cat, and likes warm hugs.

 

tarotgram:

earl-grey-and-the-empress:

withhecateandfalkor:


I love this card.

I normally don’t like the three of swords. At all. I saw it a lot in the past year, which was all about heartbreak. I spent so much time feeling rejected, not good enough, hurt and betrayed. I cried so much. I was hurting so much. And this damn card kept showing up along with others I was not too happy to see either, you know who I’m talking about 9 and 10 of swords I’m judging you. Still. A bit. 

I was only beginning with Tarot and I definitely brought myself down a lot by making so many readings about the same topic and always getting more confused and feeling more useless by focusing on the negative aspects of the cards like on the negative aspects of myself and others. I developped a phobia of the swords suit. 

Now it feels a bit like a reconciliation. I got the Joie de Vivre Tarot for my birthday and I’m only beginning to use it. I picked this card today as the significator for last night’s dream in a spread. I had very little memory of it, but a couple of words and impressions. Still I felt drawn to the card immediately. I thought, I really love this illustration. The way the character holds their heart close. Like a hug. Like they’re trying to console it, still holding on to it softly but firmly. A big heart. A big yellow heart, the sun color, still partially in the shadows, but illuminated by the candlelight. I love candlelights. The wounds, the bandages. They’re cute. There is weariness. There is hurt. Sadness. But there is tenderness as well. The wounded heart that’s worth hugging and keeping anyway. The beauty of a wounded thing. The promise of nursing it back to life. There is light, there is hope, and there is love, still, in that card. Only the need to take the swords out so the healing can occur. This is where I’m at. 


Beautiful. Gave me lots of good for thought. Also reminds me of Marie White’s interpretation of this card in the Mary El (on phone so can’t link) - it’s a bird who has caught the swords in his claws, and she writes in the guidebook about accepting pain and it making you stronger.

Love all of this.

tarotgram:

earl-grey-and-the-empress:

withhecateandfalkor:

I love this card.
I normally don’t like the three of swords. At all. I saw it a lot in the past year, which was all about heartbreak. I spent so much time feeling rejected, not good enough, hurt and betrayed. I cried so much. I was hurting so much. And this damn card kept showing up along with others I was not too happy to see either, you know who I’m talking about 9 and 10 of swords I’m judging you. Still. A bit. 
I was only beginning with Tarot and I definitely brought myself down a lot by making so many readings about the same topic and always getting more confused and feeling more useless by focusing on the negative aspects of the cards like on the negative aspects of myself and others. I developped a phobia of the swords suit. 
Now it feels a bit like a reconciliation. I got the Joie de Vivre Tarot for my birthday and I’m only beginning to use it. I picked this card today as the significator for last night’s dream in a spread. I had very little memory of it, but a couple of words and impressions. Still I felt drawn to the card immediately. I thought, I really love this illustration. The way the character holds their heart close. Like a hug. Like they’re trying to console it, still holding on to it softly but firmly. A big heart. A big yellow heart, the sun color, still partially in the shadows, but illuminated by the candlelight. I love candlelights. The wounds, the bandages. They’re cute. There is weariness. There is hurt. Sadness. But there is tenderness as well. The wounded heart that’s worth hugging and keeping anyway. The beauty of a wounded thing. The promise of nursing it back to life. There is light, there is hope, and there is love, still, in that card. Only the need to take the swords out so the healing can occur. This is where I’m at. 

Beautiful. Gave me lots of good for thought. Also reminds me of Marie White’s interpretation of this card in the Mary El (on phone so can’t link) - it’s a bird who has caught the swords in his claws, and she writes in the guidebook about accepting pain and it making you stronger.

Love all of this.

Anonymous asked
shut up 50 shades is a great story. try reading it.

averagefairy:

"No fisting, you say. Anything else you object to?” he asks softly.
I swallow.
“Anal intercourse doesn’t exactly float my boat.”
“I’ll agree to the fisting, but I’d really like to claim your ass, Anastasia. But we’ll wait for that. Besides, it’s not something we can dive into,” he smirks at me. “Your ass will need training.”
“Training?” I whisper.
“Oh yes. It’ll need careful preparation.

you’re right this sounds inspiring 

xekstrin:

silvermoon424:

silvermoon424:

This is very important to remember. No matter how discouraged you get, just remember this: Someone out there enjoys your work. If nothing else, do it for them!

It makes me really happy to see this post pop up in my notification feed because there are always tags and comments from aspiring writers/artists/etc who feel encouraged by Mako’s words. It’s very heartening! 

this is how I feel, how I’ve always felt

xekstrin:

silvermoon424:

silvermoon424:

This is very important to remember. No matter how discouraged you get, just remember this: Someone out there enjoys your work. If nothing else, do it for them!

It makes me really happy to see this post pop up in my notification feed because there are always tags and comments from aspiring writers/artists/etc who feel encouraged by Mako’s words. It’s very heartening! 

this is how I feel, how I’ve always felt

mydollyaviana:

The musical number "Paris Holds the Key (To Your Heart)" includes cameos by various historical characters from the time including Maurice Chevalier, Sigmund Freud, Charles A. Lindbergh, Josephine Baker, Claude Monet, Isadora Duncan, Auguste Rodin, and Gertrude Stein.

ziakid:

choosing a gender in an rpg more like do i wanna be a girl or do i wanna romance girls

apostlemage:

pyramidslayer:

look what you can buy

There is a Pope in the Cars universe. This means that there is Catholic Christianity, which means there was a Jesus car who was crucified. Jesus Chrysler was crucified by car Romans under Pontiac Pilot who washed his wheels. A car was nailed to a cross and ascended to Heaven.

apostlemage:

pyramidslayer:

look what you can buy

There is a Pope in the Cars universe. This means that there is Catholic Christianity, which means there was a Jesus car who was crucified. Jesus Chrysler was crucified by car Romans under Pontiac Pilot who washed his wheels. A car was nailed to a cross and ascended to Heaven.