anyway, yikes, sorry for the sudden emotional vomit!! i don't usually really do this in public and i'd never do it on twitter but these thoughts have been swirling around my head for a few days now and i needed to get it out somewhere. so i guess, better here than twitter.
stay safe and warm, friends.
anyway, i'm moved out of there now thank fuck, but it was a good wake up call and reminder to me that just because we improve doesn't mean we can't backslide. i really need to be more vigilant about this. appreciating the heck out of my good friends and allowing myself not to care so much about the rest.
my time, energy and love is valuable, and i need to spend more of it on the people who love me back. i spent twelve years of my life best friends with a toxic abuser until 2012, and after that i swore i'd never let myself be in that situation ever again, and yeah i've made heaps of strides since then, but also
i can't believe that NOBODY told me to go watch A Simple Favor, easily the best movie i've seen recently??? big dick canonically bisexual leading ladies, enough fun twists to keep you on the edge of your seat, and a baller soundtrack.
I am definitely attracted to intense people it's true. I am actually horrifically terrified of (my own) failure because I'm a shitty overachieving perfectionist who wants to impress everyone all the time (indignant yells of "WHAT DO YOU MEAN I GOT A *B* ON THIS ASSIGNMENT?" are words my teachers frequently hear, sadly, they're quite sick of me) but that's definitely something I'm Actively Working On-- failing more and faster, because I recognise it's my path to growth.
BREAK OUT, the first entry in the HOUSE OF THE HOSTS series.
Written by @sfeertheorist, and featuring the art of Sloane Leong ( sloanesloane on twitter!) !!
Happy First of Spoopy Month!
The first story, BREAK OUT, will feature the art of Sloane Leong!
Look forward to it!!
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