NASA recently released imagery showing the deforestation of America …in just 34 years.
We are killing the Earth
Oh wowDamn dawg
this makes me want to cry
i dont normally reblog this kinna stuff but…c’mon
star wars galactic empire posters coll.01
Holy shit, okay so this is hard to say because I don’t want 200 people going “what? you were going to? no you weren’t, you just want attention” but tonight I felt like shit, like utter shit and no one answered their phones and no one replied to my messages and just it got hard to be alone.. while scrolling down my feed I saw this and I just sat here for a good ten minutes deciding that.. you know what.. this is.. i can’t kill myself tonight.. so even if it doesn’t really go with your blog theme, I think you should really reblog it, because you could just save some messed up kid like me. Thank you, to the person I reblogged this off, you’ve saved my life and you don’t even know me. xxx if anyone ever wants to talk or some shit, and just no ones answering? well.. I have an askbox if you want it. I love you all pretties. xx
There will never be a day when I won’t reblog this if I see it on my dash. It might just save someone’s life. I’m here for everyone, doesn’t matter if you follow me or not. If you need someone to talk to I will be there for you.
If I can save someone(s life, I will reblog it forever !
Stave Hill, in Russia Dock Woodland, south east London. More here.
The Craft (1996)
Loved this film!
What a year: humbled institutions; uncontrolled weather; successful Olympics… and me quite ill. It’s good to be nearly 100 per cent healthy by the new year; I hope to be off the last of my medication soon. In the meantime writing has continued, regularly, with a goal in sight… but no deadline. This is going to change.
I remember when in higher education writing a couple of thousand words per week for my college magazine. I remember resenting having to do it sometimes as well as enjoying it, but week in, week out, I presented those words to the editor for printing. Looking back, I think of that as a terrific experience.
More recently, I’ve had that experience with NaNoWriMo: 1600+ words per day, every day, for a month. Result? A 50,000 word novel, ready for rewriting. Another great experience. In fact, the experience of having to produce every day, every week, every month is a great spur to creativity. Sure, some product may not be that good and the work often may need redoing, but it’s a great way to start: the work exists; it can be improved. Much more useful than a dozen unfulfilled and unmade creative ideas.
So, I have a new resolution. Last year, I wanted to do stuff and not be boring. (I’ve done a lot; as for the boring thing, you’d be better off asking those who know me.) This year, in addition to both of this, I want to do more. I want to create more, write more, photograph more, draw more, edit more; regularly and to deadlines.
Let’s see what I can do.