I finally managed to get @cassandrajp ’s Reindeer Boy today! It was hard to get, since my parents don’t really approve of graphic novels and stuff, but OH MY GOSH. I honestly thought I would die from how cute this was! Finally something amazing to read that isn’t angsty and makes me cry, but is still super high quality. I finished it in, like, 20 minutes and am planning on rereading this every single day for the rest of my life! @yenpress If you don’t let Cassandra Jean publish more volumes, I will actually self-implode! Prancer used to be my favorite reindeer, but every single one of them are challenging that now! I was so excited that this would actually be a thing, rather than just drawings on Tumblr, and it was definitely worth the wait!
P.S. Don’t think I didn’t miss the Cuckoos Three reference! Looking forward to the next update!
On July 15, a few dozen Oceti Sakowin teenagers, of the Sioux tribe, laced up their sneakers to begin a 2,000-mile relay run to Washington D.C., where they hoped to deliver a petition calling on the Army Corps of Engineers to stop the Dakota Access pipeline.
The relay revives a Lakota tradition in which the tribe would communicate with other regions by sending runners to deliver information.
Bobbi Jean Three-legs, 24, a founder of the Rezpect Our Water campaign who helped organize the run to D.C., had already led runs around Standing Rock and to other reservations to build support for efforts to block the pipeline.
As the Oceti Sakowin runners traveled east, thousands of others showed up in varying demonstrations of support. Some joined the runners, others followed in cars with food and water, or offered to be hosts for a night. Many more encountered the runners on social media. Currently, the petition has more than 350,000 signatures.
The movement gained so much visibility that when the runners arrived in D.C. in early August they were granted a meeting with officials from the Department of Interior, who subsequently called on the Army Corps of Engineers, to provide a full Environmental Impact Statement for the project, as the initial assessment had failed to address the pipeline’s impact on Standing Rock.
Nursey looks up. Dex leans around the door, one hand again the frame, the other tucked into his pocket. Nursey takes him in, top to toe. The shoes are the same, the same worn grey suede New Balances Dex has had for three years. Dex’s jeans are ripped at both knees. His flannel shirt is partially unbuttoned. He looks so warm that Nursey wants to unbutton the rest of his shirt and crawl inside it with him.
His hair–his hair is wildly different. Dex has gone ahead and gotten the Samwell chop.
Each character’s song represents them, through and through. (I’m just doing the 6 from the GPF because know most about them (except maybe Otabek but like … we don’t know much about him #littlescreentime)
How? Well (TIME FOR SOME PROOOOOF)
This got hella long. TL;DR: the YOI creators knew where they were going with their characterizations and managed to convey this through each of the program’s music
so after long hours of self doubt i’ve decided to finally open up commissions because i’m unfortunately in a bit of a financial crisis.
a long story cut short, i’m down to four t shirts and only three pairs of jeans to wear. money here is scarce - i make minimum wage and it isn’t enough to help sustain proper things needed in day to day life(clothing, food, medicine/medical fees, etcc.). working the hours i do now i’ll never make enough money to pay for the things i need, so here we are!
things i will draw:
- fanart, ocs, light gore
things i will not draw:
- nsfw, complicated robotics/mech
all payments will be made through paypal! if you’re interested, please message me here on tumblr for all the additional information or if you have any questions! thank you so much for reading! ♥