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Eclectic as hell, often confused, painting and writing for fiction to make experiences believable. Writer with a book in publication soon, Etsy shop, etc.

  1. Photo post

    icecooly94:

teacupnosaucer:

whoneedsfeminism:

I need feminism because “Who hired a stripper” shouldn’t be the first thing said to me when I walk into a welding job.

women in trades are treated like such fucking shit. 

NO I’M STILL STUCK ON THIS WHY WOULD ANYONE SAY THIS TO A WOMAN HOLDING A BLOWTORCH

Preach.  I was a welder too.  And better than half the guys on the line…and they HATED that shit.  Aluminium MIG welding, ARF ARF!

    icecooly94:

    teacupnosaucer:

    whoneedsfeminism:

    I need feminism because “Who hired a stripper” shouldn’t be the first thing said to me when I walk into a welding job.

    women in trades are treated like such fucking shit. 

    NO I’M STILL STUCK ON THIS WHY WOULD ANYONE SAY THIS TO A WOMAN HOLDING A BLOWTORCH

    Preach.  I was a welder too.  And better than half the guys on the line…and they HATED that shit.  Aluminium MIG welding, ARF ARF!

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    My health goes down,
I need a cow.
I’ll find some wheat
And one egg now….

    My health goes down,

    I need a cow.

    I’ll find some wheat

    And one egg now….

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    How NOT to Greet the Dead

    Excuse me while I froth a bit.  File this under “rant” but it’s been irking me for some time.

    We are a bit behind the times here in the UK.  Telly from five years ago takes a while to get cross the pond for some reason, and the “My Ghost Story” show I think aired its third season last year.  I watched each season, but for reasons which are probably contrary to most viewers.  I imagine quite a few people may be convinced by the mouse which bounced along in the hallway (but which somehow became an “apparition”) or may have been convinced by the voice on tape which sounded almost exactly like the voice of the woman who had just spoken a few moments before.  Every ghost or inexplicable thing was a demon (which again I guess is no surprise in the bible- belt; pretty much anything is either an angel or demon, with no area in between).  I could just about deal with all that, even if I rolled my eyes in several places.

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    Back, well somewhat

    I have been having a crazy-busy time, even though I was supposed to be taking time off for recovery (yeah, as if).  Several projects have landed in my lap and I’ve taken a few of them on, and had to decline some others.  As one might expect, this ended up making me ill and my shop was closed for longer than I had intended.  However, I’ve opened my Shop, Sindr-Works, again.  Rejoice!  I’m getting ready to do some photos of new work.

    I will state for the record that, due to a thousand and one things gearing up behind the scenes, I do not know how often I will be able to update with new things.  I don’t want to let the cat out of the bag too soon, and I want to be sure things are lined up before I make any decisions, but I do want to let people know if you’re looking for something specific, please seek a custom order!  It’s better to ask for exactly what you may be looking for.

    Blessings!

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    Tags: Etsy pagan

  5. Video post

    poppet-prince:

    crisolyn-uendelig:

    Carved Horns

    by_Bonecarverpm

    *SPITS OUT DRINK*

    Wow.  So horn.  

    I want.  Want badly.

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    Spring Rebirth

    (crossposted from I Greet the Dead)

    Spring is springing very much indeed!  I have been very grateful for my sabbatical – the full moon has brought me considerable enlightenment and sparked new, potentially mad ideas.  All ideas have potential madness in them – the cutting edge of genius and insanity, it has been said.  While I can’t go into too much detail right now, suffice to say I have come up with an idea for a charity company, and the overarching view is it may end up changing a lot of things in the world for many people.  Big stuff.  I’m absolutely terrified and not entirely sure how I will pull this off, nor even why I suddenly have such a wild hair to even do this kind of thing; it’s not my field and I have no experience in it.  But (deep breath) so we go.

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  7. Video post

    queenbroslob:

    sizvideos:

    TL;DR : Watch this incredible story in video

    This is amazing, but I get the worst anxiety

    This isn’t the first cameraman who has had this experience with a leopard seal.  Apparently leopard seals are the most worry-wart mums ever when a cameraman gets in the water.

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    Seeing the flowers for the weeds

    (crossposted from I Greet the Dead)

    This was the spring garden last year, warts, weeds and all.  There’s even more tulips this year – which I am quite pleased about – to burst into bloom with a backdrop of rusted corrugated metal.  The weird dichotomy of my garden appeals to me on a deep level – whenever I find myself paying more attention to the weeds or the rather ghetto backdrop, I remind myself to look at the flowers more often, and give thanks for their presence; besides, a lot of the weeds in my beds are actually rather beneficial, so I don’t nuke them from orbit with Roundup if I can help it (much to my neighbour’s irritation).

    The past couple of months has been more or less perma-flare; this week sadly has proven no different, with my eyes flaring up so regularly I’ve given in and decided I need to get into an optometrist, stat.  I’ve been struggling so much with my vision I can’t see to thread needles for my crafting work, and can’t read small print.  What makes this reallyfrustrating is I know in a year or two, the problem may suddenly become different, so the glasses I will probably need to get will be useless.  Inflammation just does what it likes…

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    Spirit of Place

    (crossposted from I Greet the Dead)

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    Incoming shameless UPG!

    I knew in my bones from a young age when a place had a spirit, or genius loci.  A pasture and woodland near where I grew up in MN was crammed with a spirit of place which ventured into my dreams and taught me about lucid dreaming and what I call dreamwalking.  I didn’t analyse it – at 9 years old, I just sort of accepted people were able to do that sort of thing.  I didn’t give it a UPG tag or try to explain any of it academically; it was just something I accepted was possible.  Perhaps I was protected by ignorance as I am well aware now just how dangerous such travelling could have been, but I was thankfully in good hands.

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  10. Photo post

    theta-sigma:

Statue based on Leonardo daVinci’s famous concept for artificial wings. 
This is so fucking beautiful!

Oh my days…who is the artist for this??

    theta-sigma:

    Statue based on Leonardo daVinci’s famous concept for artificial wings.

    This is so fucking beautiful!

    Oh my days…who is the artist for this??

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