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1.27.20

I spent some quality time collaging my walls today ^u^

I love to do this, it’s one of my favorite artistic outlets. I’m really excited to have more things on these white dorm apartment walls (yikes) that inspire me and make me feel at home.

Some of my favorite pieces I’ve added are pictures of Montana, which I’ve been visiting since I was a little girl. I hope to move there one day and appreciate admiring it’s beauty in the mean time (: 🏔🌱

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01/01/20 - Creative Horder


Is there such a thing as a creative horder? Because I swear that’s what I am.

I have hundreds of images saved over different devices all because they sparked something or could be useful later. I must have made at least 100 character sheets with detailed bios. I’ve lost count of how many storylines I have come up with. I have notebook after notebook after notebook filled with my scribbles. However, most of the time all of this sits there gathering dust as the pile steadily grows.

I don’t have a problem being creative, I have a problem with the follow through. Turning those ideas into something great; at this point I would settle for something ok and no writers block.

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Naminé, a girl with pale skin and paler voice, drops by the shop every few days. The subtle scratch of pencil on sketchpad is welcome in the usual quiet, yet she doesn’t mind when Ven decides to fill it further with ramblings about his day.

Naminé doesn’t comment when the subject of his usual babbling noticeably shifts to smitten meandering about the boy he’s met. She lets him go on and on about this addition to his life, interrupting with nothing but a knowing smile.

The flowers Ven arranges for her to draw shift from yellow carnations and purple hyacinth to sunflowers and forget-me-nots, and she’s simply grateful to this stranger that the boy seems like himself again.

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