these are all so helpful

Prompt # 142

“Well that was overkill.”

“No. That was style. Something you clearly lack.”



Alright, so we know that from my previous terrible drawing I can’t draw anime to save my life, so I went for a more realistic approach this time, and eh, I think I like it better.

Ok, all I know about you is that you have black hair and glasses and apparently no bun so if this looks nothing like you “OTL

I planned to upload it yesterday but things got in the way so happy belated…?

anonymous asked:

I saw that one of your pups is still available-- what do you think yellow's strengths will be and what level/amount of training experience would be needed to handle her well?

I think she will be more of a middle of the road dog, she isn’t as drivey as some of the other pups but still loves to be involved and is very playful. She has the highest food drive of all the puppies so that helps with her trainability as well. She really likes other dogs, but a little too much. When I took her to the training outing with my club she barked at the first dog who went by, wanting to interact with him. I was easily able to redirect her back onto me and she didn’t bark at the next 4 dogs or so, but if someone doesn’t know how to work with that it could become reactivity if handled inappropriately. She is social and affectionate, when I brought her out by herself she was uncertain for a moment but I called her to me and loved on her. After that she went up to everyone and seemed to really like the kids as well.
A note from the Indivisible Team
A note for all of us who feel defeated after Sessions from the Indivisible Team: This is the long game.

A note for all of us who feel defeated after Sessions from the Indivisible Team: This is the long game. We are going to lose a lot. We are going to get good at losing. We are going to lose cabinet votes for terrible nominees. We are going to lose bills that are offensive and appalling. But while we are losing, something else is going to happen. We are going to keep raising our voices and slowly our representatives are going to start listening to us. We’ve seen it happen. 

It won’t happen because of next week’s call to action. It’ll happen over months, where you keep showing up, regularly. Then, we are going to start winning. It’ll sneak up on us. We won’t understand why we are winning. But it starts with losing in a particular way- where we raise our voices and call it out when we aren’t listened to, where we get close but not quite there.

The first 100 days of a President’s term are the honeymoon period, the moment when he’s most likely to get his agenda enacted. Trump is spending his first 100 days mired in controversy, scandal, and backbiting - and that’s because you haven’t for a moment let anyone in Washington forget just how unpopular he is.

Every time we change the narrative, every time we delay, every time there’s a newspaper story about a member of Congress avoiding his or her constituents, that’s a win. And it matters.

You have already made history. You’ve delayed the confirmation of Trump’s cabinet picks longer than any time in recent history. You stopped the gutting on the congressional ethics office. You’ve made Republicans so nervous about the repeal of the Affordable Care Act that it’s been pushed further and further down the road. You caused an uproar of historic proportions over Trump’s Muslim ban and saved lives and reunited families in the process. You’ve inspired people who have never before taken action to make their voices heard and learn how to do things like check how their members of Congress voted and call them out for it.

We’ll never even know about some of the victories - because those will be the fights that this Administration considered starting and then realized it couldn’t win.

We’re in this together. Every visit. Every call. Every loss. Every win. That’s just what friends do. #StandIndivisible

In solidarity,

The Indivisible Team

I haven’t animated in so long??

One thing about chronic illnesses that people really don’t seem to understand is that rest doesn’t make it better, at best it can slow down how bad you feel at that time or help it feel a bit more bearable but it’ll get worse if it wants to whether you’re resting or not

Sometimes you’ll be forced to rest because you can’t do anything else, but that doesn’t mean resting makes it better. When you’re chronically ill, you don’t get better, and rest definitely doesn’t leave you feeling refreshed and full of energy

If your whole body hurts and it’s painful to move then you have to rest but it’s horrible doing that the whole time, I know you’re supposed to rest when you’re sick but actually a lot of spoonies I’ve talked to hate it and would love to be able to be more active but we can’t - the last thing we want to do is spend more time at home in bed on our own

Resting doesn’t make anything better for me, it just helps to stop it being worse - everything can still hurt if I don’t do anything and I’d be happier if I could go out, even if that would hurt much more


It’ll all work out in the end, I won’t leave your side