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...and all the trinkets unbound...

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ekko-foto:

Vindbragd. Orkanger
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ekko-foto:

Vindbragd. Orkanger

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Dorit is going back overseas on Thursday, so tonight I gave her my graphology packet, expecting that I would have to wait for the full analysis to hear anything. Instead, she did a very brief summary, because I told her that one of the exercises was so stressful for me.

Let me tell you, graphology analysis is like super therapy. Rather than telling someone all your shit, they look at just the shape & format of how you write/draw, and tell you what’s going on inside. I couldn’t stop crying. It is simultaneously terrifying and immeasurably comforting to have someone tell you exactly what’s going on in your head & with your feelings, without you having to explain anything verbally first. I can’t wait for our skype sessions about the really in depth work & figuring out how to move forward in the right ways.

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I was pulling out folders last, to gather old writing samples for a graphology analysis & found Antiquity stuff circa 02/03…

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genderofthenight:

Tonight’s Gender of the Night is: Pale Swamp Orb
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genderofthenight:

Tonight’s Gender of the Night is: Pale Swamp Orb

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paracosm 
(noun) Psychology. Paracosm is an extremely rare word defining the imaginary world constructed in one’s mind, specifically by children. It is an infinite fantasy, anything can exist from animals to aliens and entities foreign to outsiders. Anything is possible in this fantasy milieu, one has their own language, experience, geography and history. Parcosm is usually developed as a result of high creativity, problem-solving, and others theorize: high intelligence. 
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nature finds a way
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nature finds a way

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the start of this year’s pumpkin pile, not actually arranged yet because squirrels
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the start of this year’s pumpkin pile, not actually arranged yet because squirrels

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erin-omalley:

A pink moon phantasy seascape, from my experiments with sun-damaged acrylic 
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erin-omalley:

A pink moon phantasy seascape, from my experiments with sun-damaged acrylic 

Erin O’Malley

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likeafieldmouse:

Tony Cragg - Wild Relatives (2006)
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likeafieldmouse:

Tony Cragg - Wild Relatives (2006)

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