The last day of a year is like this.
This year was meant so much for me.
It brings so many emotions, so many wonderful feelings and amazing creations I have seen from @rem289 @aoimotion @crewefox @eightspartans @reddoshirousagi06 @tycarterart @yasminoliveira534 @impano @pierrerougemont @peanut-k @anneliesedraws @taylorillustrated @scottwatanabe @ziegelzeig @birchly @zooijiness @fourthdimension99 @helthehatter @judylavernehopps @trashasaurusrex @ky-jane @kisu-no-hi @sami01 @sanjiseo @andyourteeth @cakeezz @nicolaswildes @spintherella @progressoftomorrow
special creator for me is @nekomimiranger with his so heartwarming fanfics that warms my days and sparks an inspiration all the time he did a headcanon 😄😄😄
I have made SO MANY FRIENDS above also included @pyrophoricitee @cloudyloudy @xfurou @foxnickwylde @fox-comics @thatzootopianfox
These year brings me many illness as well and disturbing stuff I was learned from to be stronger and better.
I am glad I have made it till 2017 and thank you, 2016 to made me draw amd express myself ones again. Thank you for stopping me to be afraid of my horrible English and just keep speaking, thank you for tough situations you were putting me in so I can learn from it, thank you for everything you did for me.
And I just want to wish you HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
And hurray for 2017!!!

Snowbird! It’s 20 minutes outside SLC and one of the best resorts ever. PERIOD! Here’s some great ski lingo to brighten up your thursday and review your slope lingo

Après Ski: Literally means “after ski,” but really refers to the nightly booze/dance party assault which can do way more damage to your body than a day on the snow.

Bombing: Going downhill at a stupid-fast rate of speed without regard for your own body. Or anyone else’s body.

Bony: Early or late season conditions featuring a slew of wood and rock landmines under your skis.

Brah or Bra: Synonymous with “bro.” A fraternal/plutonic expression between males bonded through testosterone based experiences.

Bulletproof: Compacted, icy snow that’s literally hard enough to ricochet bullets.

Bunny: A female skier who appears to be more concerned with whether her boots and gloves match than actually skiing.

Chowder: Chopped/skied up snow + powder = chowder = the exact opposite of effortless.

Cornie: Short for cornice, which is an overhanging edge of snow on a ridge or the crest of a mountain with a sharp drop below.

Death Cookies: Icy chunks of snow that cover the run like evil gremlins waiting to grab your ski edge.

Eat Wood: This is what happens when a skier or rider gets to meet a tree up close.

Face Shot: A somewhat rare and cosmic event that occurs when the powder is so deep that the snow hits you in the face with each turn.

Line: A natural line of descent between two points on a slope.

Flat Light: Grey skies and dim light that can create vertigo and/or make terrain changes seem like a surprise attack.

Freshies: Untracked powder.

Gaper:  Any unstylish or ill-advised novice who stands out (albeit unintentionally) as being completely clueless.

Gaper Gap: That giant, unmistakable gap of forehead flesh typically visible between a gaper’s helmet and goggles.

Glade: Heavily treed areas that are still skiable.

Gnar: A shortened version of the word gnarly, meaning either a place or activity that is high on the scale of dangerousness and coolness or used to refer to quality snow that one intends to shred.

Jibber: Someone who skis rails, boxes, and other features around the mountain. Also referred to as a “park rat.”

Pow: Short for freshly fallen powder snow.

Ripper: An accomplished and impressive skier or rider.

Dirt Bag: One who lives to ski or ride and avoids anything that isn’t skiing or riding, often including work. Also known as a ski bum.

Smash: Meaning to ski or ride, but only if you’re a ripper. Not applicable to gapers/spores/novices. Often used in place of “shred” or “killing it.”

Yard Sale: A major fall in which a gaper/spore loses his or her skis, gloves, hat and poles across the run.

Spore: Stupid + People + on + Rental + Equipment = Spore. I swear I’m not making this stuff up.

Steazy: Style + Ease = Steaz. For example, Olympic athlete Shawn White is the reigning godfather of steaz.

An oldie for today’s Throwback Thursday. All I can think about when I see Delicate Arch is how bad I had to use the restroom and they were all in use. That’s probably something you don’t say when you post but I’m gonna say it anyway. We’re all family here, right? #peopleProblems #tooMuchLemonade