'Suddenly a large raven hopped upon the snow in front of her'
Illustration by W. Heath Robinson from the story ‘The Snow Queen’ ‘Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales’
sometimes your 13-year old self teach you things. good things.
re blogging for the artists that follow me
This is the exact truth to my life
This is great. A truth for so many artists. My question is…. How do we get that feeling back? That feeling of accepting our flaws for what they were and pressing on anyway? What changed and why? What about being “mature adults” instills such a fear of failure and judgement in us?
"When you fall for someone’s personality everything about them becomes beautiful."
Slug (via catchthecolor)
life hack: remember to compliment people on qualities other than their looks. remind them of their kindness, thoughtfulness, and intelligence. tell them about how powerful and capable they are.
"Sexuality is fluid. Whether you`re gay or straight or bisexual. You just go with the flow."
Shane McCutheon (via rodpower78)
I keep thinking about this because I’ve been so confused about my sexuality lately. I know I mostly am attracted to women and maybe might only be attracted to women someday, but right now I know that I am attracted to and in love with Cody. So fucking much. Even though I’m surprised that I feel this way towards a man, I do, so I need to just go with the flow, enjoy what I have now because it’s so good, and understand that it’s natural for there to be exceptions/confusions/unexpected joys in my sexuality because it’s fluid.
Well mine is. For sure. I’ve been gay, straight, bisexual, pansexual, and asexual. A lot of it is hormones, and a lot of it is how I feel at the time. Personally, it doesn’t matter to me. I like who I like, when I like them. But when I try to label myself, that’s when it gets confusing… for me, love, sex, and affection were never about a gender. It was just about connecting. STILL, that is not the prime path. I do not mean to be holier-than-thou. That’s just how it works for me. How it works for you may be totally different. And that’s okay.