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June 13 2017

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sharpington:

the littlest gryphon

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foxtrot44:

thisisyourcaptainscreaming:

t-iii:

jegusismyhomeboy:

undoubtedlyfuckedup:

thisis-my-note:

hetalianswag:

seselapod:

d0gewithabl0ge:

THINGS U SHOULDNT SAY TO AN ARTIST WHILE THEYRE DRAWING

SEE ALSO “WHY IS HE/SHE NAKED” iM NO T DONE YE T SMARTASS

“OMG WHY DOES IT HAVE BOOBS YOU PERV”
IT’S A GIRL I’M DRAWING A FUCKI GN GIRL.

“Why isn’t the rest of it shaded?” BECAUSE I’M STILL SHADING THE FUCKING FACE FUCK NUGGET

“Hey you missed that bit” DOES IT LOOK LIKE IM FCKINGNSM FINISHED U NIPPLE WANK

nipple wank

“Did you draw that?” YOU ARE WATCHING ME DRAW THAT!

“Who is it??” “WHO THE FUCK ARE YOU??”

^ that last one though

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hawberries:

walkies! 🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕

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kitchenesecookingschool:

zakuro-san:

laboradorescence:

maritimegothic:

i think a big thing that disconcerts adults about learning new skills is that learning as an adult means you are very aware of how bad you are at the beginning in a way children aren’t.

i picked up the saxophone when i was 11 and played until i was about 17. by the end of it i was first chair in our highest ensemble, a district honor band player, etc. but at the beginning – and this is important – i was bad. for the first year or so, i had no rhythm, i couldn’t make my tongue line up with my fingers, i was consistently sharp, etc. etc. other kids actually made fun of me for my lack of skill.

but 11 year old me didn’t care. 11 year old me practiced, but she also thought that being able to play the pink panther made her incredible (i shudder in retrospect). i mean, i was aware i wasn’t a master, but my skill level didn’t deter me from wailing out those notes in a way that i’m sure had my band director questioning his career decisions.

right now, i’m trying to pick up the guitar. it’s a very different instrument from the saxophone, and i struggle a lot with things like strumming patterns and barre chords. and sometimes i don’t want to play, because i know i’m bad at guitar. and sometimes i beat myself up when stumbling through a poor acoustic rendition of Everybody Wants to Rule the World because it’s not how i want it to sound. and it’s made even more frustrating because i can navigate the saxophone so smoothly.

but then i remember that i have to think like a kid. i might not be the best at guitar by any stretch of the imagination, but every little bit of progress is still progress. humility is a big part of learning, but if you treat a practice session like your own private concert, it becomes so much more fun, even if you’re bad like i am.  when you’re first picking up a skill, whether it be an instrument, or a language, or a fine art, no one is expecting you to be the yo yo ma of that thing. forget about how little you know about the skill and think instead about how much you have to learn – that’s fun! do your best!!

i find that as you get older, people think that you have less of an excuse to be bad at things, no matter when you started learning them

but after you get good suddenly people start praising you for “being ahead of the curve”

the instant you can start divesting yourself from this horrid world of expectation, the easier it becomes to try any new thing

Guys this is so important!! Give yourselves some slack and just keep on trucking! Just focus on yourself and be proud of what you have achieved so far. Even if what you achieved is a little thing, little pieces pile up eventually to something big! You’re doing great, keep it up :D

Cooking professionally is a lot like this sometimes - effort and determination counts for a lot!

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June 12 2017

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electricgale:

and heres a pic of just the cool skateboardin bird

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Spontan geraten: Weil sie entweder hässlich, aber klug sind, oder... *geht in Deckung*
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#lol #funny #meme #lmao

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uppityfemale:

I say this every time I argue for raising the minimum wage. I never hear anyone else say it and I’m glad I found this.

If you build your business and your bonus on the backs of others who you don’t pay a living wage you don’t deserve to be in business.

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June 10 2017

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fieldbears:

catsbeaversandducks:

Couple Mourning Their Cat Find a Note from a Stranger Whose Life was Touched by Their Cat

A couple from the UK were saddened when their cat suddenly passed away, but little did they know that their beloved feline had helped fill a void in a stranger’s life.

Bear and his brother Teddy were always together, sharing their every adventure. What their humans (reddit user TravUK) didn’t know was that they had made a friend next door for quite some time.Two weeks ago, Bear suddenly passed away. As the couple was still in mourning, they came to find a note attached to Teddy’s collar one day. That’s when they realized that someone else they had never met was also missing their cat.The note reads: “Dear Owner; I’m your neighbour, living in 4. I’m also your cats’ close friends as they (2 cats) are used to coming to my room everyday. But one of them, a bigger one has disappeared for two weeks. Is he ok? I’m so worried about him. He is so lovely cat and always touched my heart. Wish he is fine. - Y.T. 2/March/2017.”

“We posted a letter back into number 4, saying that our other cat had passed away. We also included our email address,” TravUK said.When they woke up the next morning, they received a lengthy email from the neighbor, explaining how she loved her time with their cats, especially Bear.

The cat admirer is an exchange student from China studying at a nearby University. She loved every second she spent with Bear as he filled her heart with joy and kept her company when she needed a friend. As a student studying overseas, she experienced being homesick. Bear was able to comfort her and remind her of home.The email she sent touched the couple’s hearts. She shared how she used to practice her university presentations to Bear. “He would sit on her bed and listen… she didn’t have anyone else to practice with. Very touching… She even attached some pictures they had taken of my boys which warmed my heart,” he said.

The neighbor visited Bear at his grave in their garden and brought him flowers to show him just how much he meant to her. “Makes you proud that he could brighten up more than just my households lives.”

Via Love Meow

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