“Cas, I’m not going to calm down! This is not cool. Not cool at all, you hear?”
“You’re exaggerating. Once the storm is over, we’ll be able to get out of here.”
Dean groaned and sank down on the couch, kicking off his shoes.
“Do you even hear yourself right now, Castiel Novak? Once the storm is over. How long is that gonna take? Two days? Two weeks? Two months? Two ye-”
“Until tomorrow, if the weatherman is right.” Castiel calmly said, sitting down next to Dean. He grabbed the remote and turned on the TV. “We have a TV connection, Dean, it’s not that bad. We’re just not allowed to go out in the storm tonight.”
Can I just sit here any cry? Is that really so wrong?
Sorry I’ve been in a shitty mood lately and HxH flashbacks are doing me no good. I’m gonna try to draw, but I’ve been nothing but doubtful in my skill so it’s all gonna look like shit. Not like it didn’t already, but non the less, I will still draw despite my self-hate angsty shit mood. I understand that I’m still young but I am just hating everything that my hand puts forth onto either paper or digital canvas because of my high expectations for myself. I’ll try to draw something and then I’ll end up deleting/recycling it because I feel indifferent about it, as though it’s neither good nor bad, just, nothing.
Wow, sorry about that, didn’t mean to interrupt your scrolling. Don’t mind me, continue onto your kitten pictures lol. (then again if you follow me you’ll probably be the kind of person that follows other people that post gay shit, so if that’s the case, then return to your gay ships and pay no mind to this sob story)
Because it’s a movie aimed primarily as kids that has awesomely diverse female representation when it comes to personalities, as well as beautiful animation, explains minds and emotions and memories and all that stuff in a way children can easily understand, passes the Bechdel test in like the first ten minutes, and stresses the importance of your own personal mental and emotional health.
This is a movie with a female protagonist (who enjoys both rainbow unicorns and hockey) that tells kids that if they’re feeling out of sorts, if they’re feeling sad or angry or afraid or disgusted, that’s okay. That’s normal. And it’s telling them to speak up, to tell someone, to express what they feel, because bottling up your emotions - putting on a brave face when you really need to cry - only leads to more pain.
Inside Out teaches kids that it’s okay to feel and that is so, so, so important.
if you don’t see me around, don’t panic. i know this week is going to be crazy spoiler wise, so i’ll be limiting my tumblr time because of that. you can still catch me on mesenger (it’s on my phone!) and i’ll be answering asks/writing fic, so i won’t be completely gone. i’ll see you folks post wedding!