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Introversion, Introspection, and the Emotions of an INTJ—a ton of tags

That title sounds way cooler than the actual post. *cough* Hello, my minions. I've had a couple of tags floating around in cyberspace for some time now, and with yet another addition to that stack, I thought it high time I did a compile post and shove the brilliant depths of my intellect out into… Continue reading Introversion, Introspection, and the Emotions of an INTJ—a ton of tags

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Sorry…

Yo. Due to circumstances beyond my control, you all must be deprived of my presence today. I will be back next week with boatloads of sarcasm and glitter to go around. Be patient. In the meantime, have a picture of my cat. (I took an entire photography class last year, and this is the only… Continue reading Sorry…

Life, Spiritual

A Trip Down Ancestry Lane—ft. my mother, a graveyard, and a toy car

Last week, as life decided to pile up on us, mom, Anna, and I thought it high time we shirked our responsibilities and went out for a mid-afternoon Starbucks. We're really not lazy, I promise. (Well, actually, I might be, but that's a different subject.) But this time of year is our book business's busiest… Continue reading A Trip Down Ancestry Lane—ft. my mother, a graveyard, and a toy car

Spiritual

They Sought a Lion

With Resurrection Sunday last week, I thought it would be fitting to take a momentary pause in our weekly scheduled program and clear the stage for my sister, who, allegedly, is NOT a writer. Allegedly. Ladies and gentlemen, behold free-verse poetry---Anna style.   They sought a lion; He came as a lamb. They looked for… Continue reading They Sought a Lion

Life, writing

How I Earned a Walmart Employee’s Undying Respect

Welcome back, peeps, to our weekly Thurs---er, Friday post. Today, I'll be sharing a strange and mildly fascinating experience that includes eyeglasses, introversion, and an Indian man. Woo woo. What some of you may not know is that my eyesight stinks. (To put it simply.) A trip to the eye-doctor has been a long time… Continue reading How I Earned a Walmart Employee’s Undying Respect

Art

5 Ways to Not Draw a Mutant Human

I can already see you non-artists shriveling up and glaring at me. Guys, please stop. I'm not going to kick you off just because this topic isn't related to you. Keeping to the typical tradition of Myself, I shall try to make things as entertaining as is humanly possible. Even for the section of you… Continue reading 5 Ways to Not Draw a Mutant Human

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I Actually Want Someone Else’s Opinion (Plus a Survey and Cool Stuff Like That)

Hullo, my people. I don't have much for you today. However, I have been toying with minor improvements to my blog and such, and I find that I want your advice. Yeah. I want an opinion besides my own. This is a monumental occasion. ANYWAY. I actually am curious about what you ducklings have to… Continue reading I Actually Want Someone Else’s Opinion (Plus a Survey and Cool Stuff Like That)

Art

Concept Art and Phony Color Wheels

Embarrassing story time. (Because that's obviously the best way to start a post.) You know how I spent the last few months whining about my art class? Heralding the end of it in January as my salvation from the drudgery of modern art? Claiming how free I would be, and how I was NEVER going… Continue reading Concept Art and Phony Color Wheels

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In Which I am Interrogated by Numerous People

Hello, my people. Today, we have lots of deep and uncomfortably personal questions which I am supposed to answer. (Which generally means I don't answer them at all, and instead ramble about chocolate.) Over the past month, I've accumulated several tags that I've put off until I could update my writing status (mostly because they… Continue reading In Which I am Interrogated by Numerous People