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I'm a Kassastrophe...

...waiting to happen!
Various buttons at the top will lead you to some of my interests, I tend to post a weird mixture of my face, fandom stuff, body posi and more!
This is a personal blog so I will post quite a bit about my life, pictures included, as I learn to love and accept myself and the world around me.
Sep 2 '14
m-oshun:

No unicorn was ever born who could regret

m-oshun:

No unicorn was ever born who could regret

Sep 2 '14
don-kringel:

Some solarpunk again! This time flowy like art nouveou often is. It is supposed to be a light jacket. (also thanks to everyone who liked or reblogged the last design! I am very happy people liked it :)!)

don-kringel:

Some solarpunk again! This time flowy like art nouveou often is. It is supposed to be a light jacket.

(also thanks to everyone who liked or reblogged the last design! I am very happy people liked it :)!)

Sep 2 '14

(Source: homurat)

Sep 2 '14
Sep 2 '14

anglepoiselamp:

Tired swimmer rescued in Finland

During the first weekend of November, a Finnish man was kayaking on a lake in a thick fog. He saw something floating in the water, and when he got closer he saw that it was a Northern Hawk-Owl. It was clearly exhausted and the man lifted it out of the freezing water onto the tip of his kayak. The owl then crawled to his lap for warmth and burrowed under his lifejacket.

Since his original destination was too far away, the man decided to head for a nearby art museum on the lake shore. Once there he was eagerly assisted by both visitors and a museum guide, who took the bird in to rest and dry up next to a warm stove.  At the end of the day the owl had recovered and was released back into the wild.

How the owl ended up in the lake in the first place remains a mystery. It may have got lost in the fog, or have been driven out to the lake by Hooded Crows (if a flock spots a predatory bird they tend to chase it away quite aggressively).

(This is my summarized translation of the article which is only available in Finnish. No copyright infringement is intended, only sharing this to celebrate the brave little owl and all the people who helped him.)

Sep 2 '14

I’m so surprised, I have an interview with a big phone shop on Friday!

The hours clash with my current job but my manager said they’ll be as flexible as they can and move my shifts around to help me, so I hope the offer still stands if I get this.

I’m super nervous because even though jobs like this offer training in the interviews they still seem to expect you to know everything about customer service and it’s terrifying, so I’m going to make some notes for common questions on thursday.

If I get this job I’ll be working 30 hours for decent pay and won’t have to worry about benefits anymore! So that’s super exciting.
Fingers crossed!

Tags: personal
Sep 2 '14
tnjb-art:

Kero and Mokona — Commission (2014) 

tnjb-art:

Kero and Mokona — Commission (2014) 

Sep 2 '14
Sep 2 '14

a-spoon-is-born:

If I follow you, yes, I care about your garden, what your cat did today, the jewelry you made, that one friend who said the thing, i like your sense of humor, and also your selfies.

Also, heart.

Sep 2 '14

anitafucking:

jessiedress:

oldpuppy:

queerandpresentdanger:

Scenes from Fat: the Play, a play some friends and I cowrote and performed about being fat queer femmes. We entered into Frontera Festival, a short play festival, in Austin and performed initially on Friday. We were then chosen for Best of the Week, and after Saturday’s performance have been selected to go on to Best of the Festival. We will perform two more times this week.

This play was written by BunnyDanJulesAltheaNicoleSandy, and myself and directed by Jules.

The director’s note goes as follows:

We are a group of fat femme-identified queers. Most of us are not actors and don’t identify as writers, but we have stories to tell. For two months, we have been meeting to talk and eat and cry and laugh and write about living in fat bodies. How do our different race, gender and class identities affect our experiences as fat people? How do we undo the internalized shame our culture has taught us? For so long this word has been used against us- to dehumanize us and to pathologize us:

Fat adjective: (of a person or animal) having a large amount of excess flesh.

But fat is not lazy. Fat is not ugly. Fat is not stupid. Fat is fun. Fat is beautiful. Fat is smart. Fat is sexy. 

Take a moment to consider how you think about fat people; about the fat people you see on t.v., the fat people you see in the super market, the fat people that you love. 

This is for you. But it is also for us. We ask you to bear witness to our reclamation.”

Photo credit to Beverly Bland Boydston.

this is so powerful and important, the whole world needs to see it.

Fat babes making art about being fat babes is always relevant to everyone’s interests.

😍😵had to reblog because I’m all over this shit