Hypersexualized Disney Princesses - Imgur
Unfortunately, a lot of these have to do with money. But that’s because I already feel so rich in the more significant aspects of life. Some of these are just superficial, materialistic things, and some are more meaningful and important. This list is designed to be very, very selfish.
1. To be Lyme disease free.
2. To be able to afford to have at least two kids by surrogate (can’t have kids).
3. To be able to afford to have at least two bioengineered allergy-free cats.
4. To live on my own little farm in a climate with real seasons and lots of green and a beach nearby. And with a pool.
5. To be published.
6. To travel the world with my husband.
7. To help animals that need it. I want to “rescue” an elephant!
8. Fat-grafting and a few other procedures.
9. To have a pink Mini Cooper S. 99% of pink cars are ugly and douchey. Mine would not be.
10. To be able to afford to feed my family organic.
11. Filler extensions to make up for all the hair that fell out last year when my thyroid failed.
12. To have a full comic book library.
13. To get to do more cosplaying at cons.
14. To have a very large saltwater aquarium.
I’ll admit it. Lately I’ve been a tad obsessed with my Pinterest account. It’s such a damn good way to organize all these beautiful things I find on the internet. So my next few posts are going to be outfits or other items I’ve found on Pinterest (or that I’ve added to my Pinterest). I know, I could be one of the cool kids and make one of those nifty Polyvore spreads. But I’m not that technologically advanced.
This outfit is something I’d LOVE to wear any day! Especially in Mexico this Christmas (-: But alas, I can’t find this shirt for sale anywhere. And sadly I have hideous feet and these shoes would show off my veins and tendons and weird see-through wrinkled foot skin too well. Ha!
I sometimes have trouble seeing the positive in myself, and because I have a difficult week ahead of me, I figured now would be a good time to try to focus on good parts of myself (-: This week I have finally force myself to fully switch to an extremely low-carb diet (doctor’s orders). I’m a sugar addict though (in the eating disorder sense) so this change is very painful. Physical pain, Herxheimer reaction, nightmares, blood sugar fluctuations, zero ability to focus on anything, chemical boredom (that persistent feeling of boredom even when you are doing things you love), depression. So, here are some things I like about myself, to start the week off with confidence. Without the automatic “I like this about myself BUT this related thing sucks” negativity. What is the word for that? No…qualifiers? Nope. That’s not it. Oh well.
I’m a morning person.
I’m a good dancer.
I can separate emotion from logic very easily.
I understand how people work.
I can intuit other people’s thoughts and feelings unusually well.
I love color.
I have long, wavy hair.
I love to exercise, especially yoga, dance, and weight lifting.
I can have fun and be happy in almost any situation.
I can find something good and worth loving in anyone and anything.
I take dramatic steps to make my family as a whole more functional.
I try hard to make my family happy and to protect their feelings.
I have very little hate left in my heart from the abuse I’ve suffered.
i can tune out screaming babies pretty well.
I like bugs.
I like dirt and mud.
My eyes are green with brown/red circles around the pupil.
It is unusually easy for me to gain muscle because of a family genetic trait passed down to me from my father.
I have nice teeth.
I have unusually good balance on my good days, from years of bellydancing.
I am naturally talented when it comes to dog training.
I understand animals.
I am very intelligent, especially when it comes to understanding literature.
I travel a lot.
Farm life suits me.
I am adventurous.
I love nature.
I have strong opinions about many topics but am not afraid to lack an opinion on many others.
I love music.
I am a Trekkie.
I’m a beach girl.
I’m a swimmer.
I do things I have to do, even when I don’t want to.
And that’s it for now (-: maybe I’ll add more later.
You know what world I want to live in? At the end of Warm Bodies, when the zombies and humans are accepting each other, and the humans are helping the zombies remember how to be alive, and they’re healing the world together, that’s the world I want to live in. A world where there is so much hope that it is reversing the apocalypse.
I love this so much it is hard to verbalize.
I am suffering from writer’s block. Therefore, here are a few of my thoughts in bite-sized nuggets:
Bioshock Infinite is overrated, though the artwork is truly incredible.
Cuevana.tv is a handy Spanish language movie and tv sharing site that I now use to watch most things. It’s like Project Free TV but with many HD links.
I have had the flu all week. I’ve lost seven pounds because I haven’t been able to eat much. I know it’s not healthy at all to lose weight that way but I’m happy to have lost it nonetheless. My thyroid is finally fixed, but it’s still been nearly impossible to lose weight, regardless of how well I eat and how much I workout. It’s too hot in the summer to be thirty pounds overweight.
Giant plumbing disaster: sewage came up in my sunroom, ruining the rug, my daybed mattress, Jack’s bed, and my beautiful Mythology book. It’s all cleaned up now but it’s still a bummer to have to figure out how to afford another bed, since it was a luxury to begin with.
We’re picking the apricots from our three apricot trees today. I’ve been going out and eating them on my walks. Delicious. Can’t wait for the plums and peaches to be ripe. And my grandmother planted way too much squash that is now ripe. I’ve been secretly feeding it to Bucky, the neighbor’s horse that he keeps on our land. Beats letting it rot in my fridge.
True Blood would be great without all the romance, sex, and unnecessary arguing. I get bored of those things and want to see more varied story lines.
Well, that’s it for now.
I feel like ‘beach grunge’ could maybe describe my style…
maybe. Beach something. Don’t know what kind.