Its great because I can sit in my house and listen to jazz while the breeze sweeps my face and not worry about what he is doing or how he is doing or what I should be doing for or with him. There’s not guilt.
I won’t have to text him while in NYC to give him a play by play.
I’m not responsible for the hassle of spending enough time with him.
If I’m having a bad day its not because of some situarion he is in that I have no contol over.
Not having to check in on each other.
Not dealing with the utter anxiety of meeting his family and friends.
I see my friends constantly without the worry that he is being neglected.
Its a good season to be free of heavy strings.
"...because in the end it's just a lot of people wasting time on trying to express who they want to be, while in reality they're doing nothing."
I’m tired of wasting my life by spending so much time on the damn internet. So in an effort to change this I’m going to unfollow pretty much all the blogs I have on here. The memes and silly gifs would be so much funnier if you showed them to me irl anyway, so no hard feelings.
Basically I just hate the way my life is going right now and tumblr isn’t making that better.
“Why are you so far away?” she said
“Why won’t you ever know that I’m in love with you
That I’m in love with you”
Soft and only
Lost and lonely
Strange as angels
Dancing in the deepest oceans
Twisting in the water
You’re just like a dream
On vacation — reposting an oldie! Back soon!
Preston Blair’s Advanced Animation
Preston Blair’s Animation (Book 1) is the best “how to” book on cartoon animation ever published. When Blair put the book together in 1947, he used the characters he had animated at Disney and MGM to illustrate the various basic principles of animation. Apparently, the rights to use some of the characters were revoked after the book was already in the stores. Publication was halted for a time, and he was forced to redraw most of the MGM characters, replacing them with generic characters of his own design. The revised edition went on to become a classic, and the first edition was forgotten.