vacation activity

“why do people call me dumb”

Things I Learned from “Star and Marco’s Guide to Mastering Every Dimension”:

The Mewnie Kingdom is run under a Matrilineality (Basically a Matriarchy) which means the throne gets passed down from Mother to Daughter. 

The “Grandma Room” is actually called “The Tapestry Room” 

STAR DRAGS HER MOM SAYING SHE GOT GO-GO BOOTS FROM POLE DANCING CLASS. 

Star’s Uncle Lump ate a bear whole. 

A man can only become royalty by marrying a Queen or another member of the royal court in the Mewnie Kingdom. 

Moon and River met on the battlefield when the castle was almost lost to the Monsters. 

Star’s family has a vacation house in an active volcano for apparently no reason at all. 

Marco’s parents are named Angie and Rafael Diaz. Marco’s dad is an artist while his mom is a Community College teacher that teaches poetry. 

Marco’s Abuelita Linda lives in Jalisco Mexico. 

Angie plays in a trading card game tournament once a month. 

The Pony Heads are run under a Patrilineal (Basically a Patriarchy) which means the throne is handed down from the King to his firstborn son. But since King Pony Head and Queen Pony Head don’t have any sons, they have 13 daughters. 

Also for the record: 

Every ship gets some teasing. EVERY. LAST. SHIP. Damn Daron. Just Damn

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So as a fast update: I’m going to Las Vegas tonight to cheer on friends at EVO for Guilty Gear. I’ve been working every day for the past 3 months. And have decided to quit the second job soon to do art. I got equipment now to do speed paintings and tutorials. 

Oh and I went back to blonde for the summer. ✌

Neverwhere Sentence Meme Pt. 1

  • “It starts with doors." 
  • "I’d watch out for doors if I were you." 
  • "You look like a drowned rat." 
  • “Now: Onward. Things to do. People to damage." 
  • "Bugger and blast." 
  • "Please, no. It’ll be fine. It’s not as bad as it looks. “ 
  • "Don’t worry, most of the blood was someone else’s." 
  • "I suppose you could call them men, yes. Two legs, two arms, a head each.”
  • “We’re not going to get very far if you keep repeating everything I say, now, are we?" 
  • "People who put their noses where they aren’t wanted sometimes lose them." 
  • "I understand that the words favor, really, and big have been used. In conjunction." 
  • "We don’t need a bodyguard, _______. We hurt people. We don’t get hurt." 
  • "If you cut us, do we not bleed?" 
  •  "Well? Say ‘Open sesame,’ or whatever it is that you do." 
  • "You’re a piece of work, aren’t you?" 
  • "I don’t know how I could have missed it before." 
  • "I’m afraid we don’t have any redeeming features." 
  • "Now is the time to be afraid of the dark." 
  • "Well. You’re here. Safe and, more or less, sound.”
  • "We’re hopelessly lost. We’ll never be seen again.”
  • “In a couple of days we’ll be killing each other for food." 
  • "He’s a little bit dodgy in the same way that rats are a little bit covered in fur." 
  • "Scare her?  We’re cutthroats, not scarecrows.”
  • “So what is it that you want me to do this time? Theft? Arson?“
  • "My sides are splitting, my ribs are cracking, and my mirth is positively uncontainable.”
  • "Things like that, they’re too vicious to die. Too old and big and nasty.”
  • “That was okay. Nice food. And no one was trying to kill us.“
  • "Yes. Well. Some people thought I was dead. I was forced to keep a low profile.”
  • “Can’t make an omelette without killing a few people.”
  • “He’s traveled so far beyond right and wrong he couldn’t see them with a telescope on a nice clear night.”
  • “You mad little witch. What have you done?”
  • “Who do you think she is–the Wizard of Oz?” 
  • “We can’t send you home. This is your home.”
  • “Then we won’t ever see each other again.”
  • “Just walk. Don’t look back.”
  • “Have you ever got everything you ever wanted? And then realized it wasn’t what you wanted at all?" 
My Idea of Recreation May Be a Little....Off

My idea of recreation may be a little off. A few weeks ago I was on vacation. I managed to complete several projects which included building a wall, stripping a painting concrete. Preparing raised planter beds and going to the dump. It was a delightful time.

My next vacation I plan on digging post holes, pounding t-posts, stretching fence, clear brush and bramble and removing old fences. I am very much looking forward to this.

My sister-in-law and her husband are moving near us from Utah. Neither of them have driven a large truck or ever towed anything. I have excitedly volunteered to go there and drive the truck back. They think I’m being nice and trying to be helpful. I’m not. I think it would be absolutely wonderful to cruise at a steady 60 mph across Utah, Nevada, and into California.

I have some time off in a few months which we plan to do ‘normal’ vacation type activities and I am dreading it.

Being a min-maxing fuck and playing an aumaua cipher in Pillars of Eternity has led to the situation where I’m roleplaying a two meter tall slab of muscle who somehow manages to be even more fragile than the team’s appointed squishy elven wizard.. …

anonymous asked:

the song 'i feel it coming' reminds me of coy and jairo

((This one? Either way, I love it!! Thank you <3 <3 <3 ))

Update on my life:

Gosh, when was the last time I posted??? I started this account last December 2016, and abandoned it the whole February and March! Even though I haven’t posted anything new, y’all followed me and liked my posts! THERE’S 1000+ OF YOU NOW! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

Now that school year 2016-2017 is coming to an end, I will be more active! Vacation is coming!

GUESS WHO IS CURRENTLY OVER THE MOON AND OBSESSED WITH RIVERDALE AND JUGHEAD? (spoiler alert: ME)

I have binge-watched all the available episodes of Riverdale and I AM DYING TO WATCH EPISODE 8!

Help me go on vacation someplace!

Hey, I’ve been thinking about the next holiday I’d like to take, and I’m really stumped for ideas. Maybe you can help - send me a reply & suggest someplace!  I have a few criteria:

  • It can’t be in the USA, because reasons
  • I’d prefer a city vacation OR somewhere where there’s activities - I’m open to nearly anything as long as it’s something besides “swim/lie on the beach”
  • I’m likely only going to be off for 7-10 days, so I’m somewhat limited to the western hemisphere and the northern pacific rim
  • I’m not amazing with any language, but I can do the basics in French, and Dora-The-Explorer-level in Spanish. Other languages are… foreign to me.
  • Cities I’ve already been: Vancouver, Calgary, London, Havana, Sao Paulo — I’m not ruling them out, but if you think I should go to one I’d like a specific reason to re-visit
  • Assume my price range is “above hostel” but “not a penthouse suite” — that is, I can likely afford a airfare + few days to a week in an average hotel room

Any recommendations? I’m 100% serious - tell me if you have a cool idea, and I’ll check it out.