We are both major klutzes,
And cry babies,
And we’re both in love with a guy older than us
And our relationships with those men are identical
Even like that of Serena and Darien in season 2.
We both just wanted to be normal teenagers.
But we know that we need to fight through it all for a peaceful future
We’re unsure at times, and easily irritable, but have the best of friends to help guide us
And at the end of the day have the heart of a dependable soldierAnd we’ll both keep fighting and loving and crying because that’s what we do.
I decided to re-do the whole photo challenge thing, but post my photos grouped weekly. This week I’ve gotten out to do a lot of exercising (walking) and the flowers have been good for my mood, the walking in public by myself has been good exposure therapy for my anxiety.
What message do I want to leave for the world? That it’s a real possibility to overcome anxiety, but it’s a mess.
Without looking down at the paper I wanted to draw my friend Lucy’s profile picture.
This is what I drew.
Saturday’s are slow, so I’ve busted out one of my birthday presents (Drawing Your Life) and am on my way to furthering my appreciation of the little things in life.
Well I haven’t had a DA in years and out of looking for something to do in my downtime at work I decided ‘Hey, why not?’
I’m on a Sailor Moon binge (re-watching all of the episodes and catching up on ones I never saw – for my birthday I acquired the entire dubbed collection including movies!)
As well as a DA tweaking/photography binge. Likely I’ll spend ample time at work tweaking my page and surfing the site. I even opted for the premium membership on a whim (a hypomanic decision for sure but hopefully a good one).
Unfortunately my Cannon Rebel is retired for good, so I’ve been using my Galaxy III while I’m out and about. I’m a film junkie so it’s been a hard transition, and even harder not being able to control the focus on the camera. Anyhow, I spend plenty of time at the Chicago Botanic Gardens lately getting some steps on the pedometer and some pretty pictures to boot.
You can call me Speed Grapher! (20 points if you snag the reference).
Taken at the Chicago Botanic Gardens, August 2013.