scowlet

scowlet

dearly beloved

The OOC blog of a big time nerd. Rat mom, night owl, artist, roleplayer and mental health advocate. Here you will find a catalog of my disorganized interests and a whole lot of tom memery. I play a whole bunch of games, but FFXIV is by far my favorite. Call me Nika.

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scowlet·2 days agoPhoto

abz-j-harding:

October 2020 sketches aka ‘fancy birdman month’ 

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miichannel:

tazmilyvillage:

everyone do yourself a favor and watch the original japanese 1990′s moomin intro

these lyrics singlehandedly cured all the chemical imbalances in my brain

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topielicaslavica:

“Wesele” Stanisława Wyspiańskiego/ “The Wedding” by Andrzej Wyspiański (1972 screen adaptation)

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Anna Karenina & Alexei Vronsky in Anna Karenina. Vronsky story (tv mini-series, Russia, 2017)

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scowlet·7 days agoText

pottedfairies:

when we treat love as something sacred and rare, we miss opportunities to critically engage with it or even explore different types of love. when we treat love as sacred and something to be found, we are implying that the relationship and construction of love is perfect from its inception. that prevents open dialogue and transfer of ideas and definitions of what relationships are and what is desired from them

when we treat love as something to be built, we allow for the opportunity to love anyone we meet and the threat of finding The One fades. when we treat love as something to be built, we allow for nuance in any and all our relationships and for those relationships to hold more weight on our lives. when we treat love as something to be built, it becomes a communal act, rather than something we do alone

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we should treat love as something to be built rather than found

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scowlet·8 days agoText

neverneverland:

Trauma sends you letters, without warning, for the rest of your life, usually disguised as something else.

— Brenna Twohy, Swallowtail 

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scowlet·15 days agoText

vietnyamese:

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had to watch a sea urchin fertilization lab for school and the way they dispose of the fertilized urchins is putting them in a tub labeled “used” lmao

cruelty

slutty urchins banished to the whore chamber

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scowlet·15 days agoText

marsofsaturn:

anyway, ‪transformation is painful and exciting and ya just gotta ride it out‬ and push through

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schuylerpeck:

“I TOOK CARE OF MYSELF and it wasn’t beautiful. I took care of myself and looked at the overdue bills in the face, even though it hurt. I took care of myself and cried ugly through the therapy session; made another appointment for next week. I put in the work and wrote all the bad memories in detail. I apologized to all the friends I didn’t have the energy to talk to. I finally cut off all my dead ends and bought produce; slimly avoided sustaining myself on barbecue chips and poetry. I recycled. I set an alarm for 8 hours of sleep and did not sleep more or less. I took care of myself and it wasn’t bubble baths. It wasn’t lotion at Bath and Bodyworks and three-cheese pizza. It was uncomfortable. It wasn’t beautiful, but I am, and it didn’t have to be beautiful to be worth it.”

— Schuyler Peck, The Greatest Act of Self-Love Isn’t Always Pretty

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