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I was checking out your art blog, and I felt really compelled to do a little drawing your character Father Alen! He’s such a sweetheart :>


OMG THIS IS SO GOOD!! thank you so much, that was such a sweet thing to do!

“Bubbly Captivation” : 7/9/16  (Prints available here!)

“Oh, OH! I want the blonde! I think he’s CUUTE~!”

Not gonna lie, I shipped Bubbles/Boomer when I was little. Also, reading SBJ’s fic, More Than Human, didn’t help AT ALL! And SUPER SPECIAL THANKS to the bae, @pompadorkery for her artistic guidance and sempai powers! LOVE YOU, SWEETIE

savethereef.org.au
Save The Reef

We don’t know if it’s on the “news” over seas, but here in Australia- that big old island down the bottom of the planet- the current right wing Government has just authorised a handful of the richest people to open up 9 mega-mines in Queensland, the state that is bordered by the world heritage listed Great Barrier Reef. 
These mines would export more coal to countries happy burn it, while also allowing the companies running the mines to dredge ports up and down the Great Barrier Reef and then to dump the millions of tons of dredge spoil in the Marine Park- thereby killing the Great Barrier Reef.
UNESCO have already paid a visit to Australia warning that the Great Barrier Reef will be unlisted as a World Heritage site.
Instead it will become just more collateral damage, on a collateral planet…

This link is to the Greenpeace report on the Galilee Basin Mega Mine system.
http://www.greenpeace.org/australia/Global/australia/images/2012/Climate/Galillee%20Report%284.2MB%29.pdf

Australia’s Federal Minister for the Environment Greg Hunt has authorised development of the Galilee Basin- a project consisting of 9 mega-mines that pend the destruction of the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef by the dredging of ports along the Queensland coast and the annual traffic of 1500 coal ships and some 300 million tons of coal per annum.
http://www.acfonline.org.au/news-media/acf-opinion/abbot-point-coal-port-approval-huge-deal-great-barrier-reef