Living through Images.

Working on this, that, that over there, and this, over here.
I had this today. It was amazing, spicy, and I forgot about everything it contained.

I had this today. It was amazing, spicy, and I forgot about everything it contained.

Inspiration strikes at the oddest times. I’m ready to get some painting done.

I want to buy this book so badly.

I want to buy this book so badly.

Life is taking form. It’s not exactly what I want, but it isn’t bad.
It’s the little things in life, like that little face on a kitten that only wishes to sleep.

Led Zeppelin

—Going To California

Led Zeppelin - Going To California

(Source: 70-s, via 70-s)

Chipping away.

Chipping away.

My roommate plays so much “WoW” that i now believe all internet connections are as slow and as shitty as mine.
When he leaves or happens to be asleep, all of my Xbox Live issues disappear, gif sets on Tumblr work, and Netflix isn’t looking like a gameboy color interpretation of the shows or movies I enjoy.

I should be drawing and painting right now.

It’s 12:39A.
My mind is brimming with ideas, but I think I may give in to sleep. I just took my “sleepy time” pill cocktail. Usually, I get insane dreams or nightmares from this combination. Tonight, I sleep with music playing at random.

There are some days that I wish you couldn’t interact with people or be interacted with while on the internet. Some people just need to keep their comments to themselves, and others need to speak up or be noticed.

The internet is a confusing and unforgiving place that is armed and prepared to label you with whatever the majority sees fit. That bothers me. I’m already labeled in my outside life.

I will always love this lady. She’s always been there for me, and I’ll always be there for her. Thousands of miles will never change the way I feel about our friendship. She’s family. Now and forever.

I will always love this lady. She’s always been there for me, and I’ll always be there for her. Thousands of miles will never change the way I feel about our friendship. She’s family. Now and forever.