“I don’t really know what to do with myself anymore.
Sometimes I just get really down and I don’t know why.
There are people I know and people I like and people who I have held very dear to my heart for longer than I remember and people I love more than I can say who will never know how much they mean to me.
And everyone is slipping away.
There are people going off and getting drunk and high and having sex and there is so much love there in those lives I can barely stand it.
And I’m falling behind.
And I’m being left for dead.
And sometimes it makes me so, so sad.
But then it’s ok again because I remember what it’s like to just be me.
Plain. Simple.
And just living life in my own little world like I always have and I always will.
And I’m fine with that.”

I would reblog stuff or even make gifs but I’m too sad and hurt after the episode.

I feel like a part of my life has ended. All the headcanons about Mason’s death and about Hannibal’s getting caught.. I saw it finally, after at least 2 years of imagining. Those scenes lasted only minutes but my imaginition goes far back. It really hurts, you know, because when you see it on screen you know it’s real. It finally happened, something important in your mind got real.

And I couldn’t stop crying while watching Mason’s death and after that. But, see, he was my favourite character, even my URL is about Mason Verger. I know his personality is everything I’mm against for but that’s not the point. It didn’t stop my heart beating so fast when I watch his scenes. I’m so thankful for both Michael Pitt and Joe Anderson for playing such a twisted human trash. They did an amazing job.

And I don’t know what to say about Hannibal’s surrounder…I’ve always imagined him to be feral, but it seems suitable that he’s surrounded because he wants Will to find him. 

But still a part of my life has ended, because some things I’ve imagined just happened tonight. I’m kinda happy to see them finally but at the same time, I feel sad…

deviched replied to your post:i did try again though, and i did it on paper…

Maybe you can try some 3rd party inspiration, such as Alice in Wonderland. Wot about a crossover.

ye maybe o: 

gaia art just aint feelin it today i guess? and i’d do more straight-up wakfu fanart but i dont wanna burn out on it

alice in wonderland or a cross over hmmmm? how do ya mean?

anonymous asked:

Ship, I'm quite small (5ft1) I have long blonde hair and blue/green eyes, I'm incredibly sarcastic and procrastinate far too much, I'd like to say Im creative and imaginitive and I can play piano and guitar, I also read a lot. Any gender is fine.Xx

Bard is your guy!

An argument between you two would be entertaining to watch because of your sarcasm and his sass lol. And his hard-working nature and your excessive procrastination will be a good balance. He’ll make you work and you’ll convince him to chill out for a bit. Plus his kids would find your imagination and music skills to be really cool :)

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IMAGINiT Technologies Earns Autodesk PLM 360 Advisor Certification in Canada

Autodesk Partner Earns Certification Across North America for PLM 360 Consulting and Implementation Expertise

OWINGS MILLS, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jul. 28, 2015– Rand Worldwide (OTCBB: RWWI), a global leader in providing technology solutions to organizations with engineering design and information technology requirements, today announced that its IMAGINiT Technologies division is now an Autodesk PLM 360 Advisor in Canada.

“Following on the heels of our PLM 360 authorization in the US last year, we’re proud that our team’s rich experience in solving our customer’s most challenging product lifecycle management (PLM) issues can now be shared with our customers in Canada,” says Tim Johnson, senior vice president, IMAGINiT Technologies. “Our proven ability to deliver business value has made us the only Autodesk PLM 360 partner to support and service customers, looking to leverage the benefits of PLM across North America. Manufacturers should expect to work with the industry’s most experienced PLM experts who will identify the right PLM strategy, recommend the right technology and tailor it to their organization’s processes and workflows and with IMAGINiT, they will find that trusted partner.”

To become an Autodesk PLM 360 Advisor, IMAGINiT completed intensive training, demonstrated a successful Autodesk PLM 360 implementation track record, and had a dedicated team from sales to technical support along with a roster of satisfied Autodesk PLM 360 customers. To learn more about how IMAGINiT’s PLM team can help manufacturers of all sizes, watch this three minute video with Caleb Funk, manufacturing solutions team manager, IMAGINiT Technologies.

IMAGINiT’s PLM Resources

For clients considering whether or not a PLM solution such as Autodesk’s PLM 360 is right for them, IMAGINiT offers free educational resources including informative videos, whitepapers and case studies and also speaks at industry conferences.

Article in CIOReview Special Edition Magazine- IMAGINiT was recently featured in CIOReview’s “20 Most Promising PLM Solution Providers” special edition magazine. Read on to see how IMAGINiT’s PLM solutions can help enterprises streamline processes for enhanced product modeling equations.

Whitepaper ‒ To further explain the benefits of Autodesk PLM 360 and address the realities of data security for this cloud-based solution, IMAGINiT expert Pete Markovic, in association with the editors of Cadalyst magazine, has authored a new whitepaper: Product Lifecycle Management - What Is PLM and How Can It Help My Company ?

Case Study - Facing challenges caused by information being stored in multiple locations and in different formats, an IMAGINiT client, Behlen Building Systems, found that decreasing productivity was impacting customer service. After a business process analysis involving interviews with stakeholders as well as a thorough examination of current processes, IMAGINiT experts recommended and implemented Autodesk PLM 360.

“Rather than having a patchwork of paper and electronic files stored in different places, Autodesk PLM 360 provides a central repository for all project information,” says Shane Wemhoff, team leader, Behlen Manufacturing Company.

To read the complete Behlen Building Systems case study and learn the process by which IMAGINiT experts consulted on and implemented Autodesk PLM 360, visit .

Autodesk Accelerate - Attend IMAGINiT’s breakout session at Autodesk’s second annual PLM 360 User Conference , September 1-2, 2015, at the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center in Boston. During this session and at IMAGINIT’s exhibit booth, Autodesk and IMAGINiT experts will share PLM 360 best practices and provide insight on future industry trends.

About IMAGINiT Technologies

IMAGINiT Technologies , a division of Rand Worldwide , advances the way architects and engineers design, develop, and manage projects. Customers of this leading professional services and technology company include organizations in the building, infrastructure, manufacturing and facilities management industries. Fortune 500 and Engineering News Record’s Top 100 organizations work with IMAGINiT Technologies to gain competitive advantages through expert technology consulting, implementation, training, and support services. As one of the world’s largest integrators of Autodesk 3D design and engineering software, the team leverages unrivalled industry experience to design systems that accelerate innovation while improving project quality and profitability.

Any and all trademarks making reference to or related to Rand Worldwide, IMAGINiT Technologies, ASCENT, IMAGINiT, Clarity or ProductivityNOW are registered and/or owned by Rand Worldwide, Inc., and/or its subsidiaries, affiliates, and/or other legal holders under the Rand Worldwide, Inc. name.

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hidarrling asked:

Mera(grinn), what type are you?

So the short answer is I’m not completely sure at the moment; it’s a toss-up between xNTP and ISFJ.

Long answer: I’m almost certainly an Alpha type; I’m pretty sure I use Fe/Ti and Ne/Si. I’m also inclined to think I’m an MBTI introvert, just because I’m definitely a social introvert. So from that you can deduce either INTP or ISFJ. I identified as INTP for a while, but although I can suffer from serious social anxiety at times, I didn’t really believe that my Fe was inferior. So I made a typing thread for myself on Personality Cafe, and actually the consensus seemed to be ENTP. This somewhat made sense to me; I’ve always felt that I prioritized my Ti just slightly above my Fe, and I’ve been very imaginitive, fanciful, and prone to romanticizing since a young age. I’ve always felt like an iNtuitive. I often shirk reality and prefer to spend my time exploring either my own imagination or the worlds of fictional stories. I can also identify with some basic inferior Si stuff, and my relationship with tradition is pretty conflicted, so ENTP was then up for consideration (especially given that ENxP are supposedly the most introverted of the extroverts). Although, another user on that thread (one who seems like she definitely knows what she’s talking about) settled on ISFJ for me and did a thorough in-depth analysis of my answers to the questionnaire. One thing she said specifically is that my rejection of objective reality and the fact that objective reality doesn’t fit my ideal is actually indicative of dominate Si. Plus, I’ve often read of the “pull” of one’s lower functions, which could explain my need to constantly seek fantasy. IRL, I’ve always been habitual and a homebody, and I can be pretty unrelenting if anything threatens my personal routine. And I definitely fit the prototypical IxFJ persona over that of the prototypical ExTP (although ultimately it’s functions that matter most of course!)

So lately I’ve been doing a little bit of exploring, reading up on both types and trying to determine which is the better fit. Pretty solid on my functions, less solid on the order. I know this is probably so much more than what you were looking for (so sorry about that!) but I wanted to explain myself as best as possible as well as perhaps try and make sense of it all for my benefit as I reasoned it through.

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