i was kinda lonely today and yesterday for that matter and i was walking to my car this morning when i saw the kitty standing at the edge of the carpark—he’s orange and white (school colours—nice job, cat) and scraggly so I am always like COME HERE AND LET ME LOVE YOU and he ran away again and i spent a couple minutes peering under my car trying to find him and then i just sat down and was like damn, even me, a dog person, is trying to make friends with a cat who does not want to be friends because there is literally no one else around.
easy peasy run. IT WAS SO COOL OUT. not as cold as I’d normally like it but i didn’t feel like my lungs were drowning. i’m one of the top 2 girls in the class, but i’m gonna do my best to kick butt at our group’s 5k
sculpted a dragon in sculpture 1. he’s rad. except facial details on tiny wee dragons is super hard. and i still have 5 transitions to metamorph him into a hand so with our senior exhibit tutorial on thursday i’m gonna be in studio toooo much
set up my french easel without maiming myself or the easel or anyone else. it’s brand spanking new but on loan from the art dept, buut at least i still get to use it exclusively all semester. I can’t wait till we do plein air painting at the farm. aaah.
did stats tutoring and hopefully learned some stuff… that i will hopefully retain… fingers crossed!
“I have a secret feeling that we’re all Hobbits. Deep down we all want to stay home and feel safe but we all dream about someone knocking on the door and saying ‘come on an adventure and let’s have a fun ride’.”—Richard Armitage (via bellblake)
happy birthday to two of my favourite literary characters (or file this under characters who seem so real, they probably are in some way… I’m a nutter)… Bilbo and Frodo. I think half my LOTR related thoughts involve scenarios in which I live in the Shire. and I love that Tolkien wrote about the least likely of people to have adventures—not the big, strong, brave, experienced heroes. not anyone important at all. just regular people. thanks for giving me hope, guys… finding my own road of adventure had a lot to do with inspiration from you.
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Hi, my name is Bill, but most call me Billy. Thanks for taking the time to read my post. I have been struggling with a disc diease for the past year, and it has recently got worse. Tuesday my Dad was walking me and my front legs gave out, and I couldn’t hold myself up and fell. I cried in pai…
spent so much of today engrossed in Outlander that when I looked up from the book and saw sun and blue sky I was temporarily stunned… it’s a good day when you can fully imagine and believe you’re back in Scotland again and were convinced you were riding through the Highlands in the rain and muck. I miss that place something fierce.