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Just got back from the Guardians of the Galaxy opening, and omg

It was hilariously amaze-balls. There were laughs, and actiony bits, and even some feels. I highly recommend.

However, from what my significant otter (Read: Rabid fanboy) says, it strays a bit from the source material. So, there’s that.

— 14 hours ago with 2 notes
#guardians of the galaxy 
My four year old chewed up his lego Iron Man’s legs…

tabithashaw:

tabithashaw:

and now he’s having the most upsetting funeral I’ve ever seen. All his lego characters are gathered around, and my son is literally wailing “IRON MAN!…… *sob*…. IRON MAN!…. COME BACK IRON MAN I AM SORRY”. He stops only to beg me to fix him, which I can’t do. I attempted to explain that just because his legs were broken, doesn’t mean he’s not still a super hero. That he just has a disability now, and that’s okay. But my child is still massively distraught. He just screamed “TONY, NO!” sobbed dramatically and ran to his room. He is so upset, it shocking.

There is no chapter on this, in my parenting guide book. What do I do?

Update: He’s cocooned himself with blankets (despite the heat) and is still sobbing hysterically about Iron Man, only taking breaks to sip some sparkling water.

What are children, actually?

The Funeral / Surgery:

Here Lies Iron Man, With Broken Legs - but Not Broken in Spirit. Ready for his amputation.

Goodbye, once great legs…. on to better things

He now has an assisted living device on his bottom - AND - top half.


All is well that ends well.

— 22 hours ago with 23 notes
#lego  #kids say the darndest things 
My four year old chewed up his lego Iron Man’s legs…

tabithashaw:

and now he’s having the most upsetting funeral I’ve ever seen. All his lego characters are gathered around, and my son is literally wailing “IRON MAN!…… *sob*…. IRON MAN!…. COME BACK IRON MAN I AM SORRY”. He stops only to beg me to fix him, which I can’t do. I attempted to explain that just because his legs were broken, doesn’t mean he’s not still a super hero. That he just has a disability now, and that’s okay. But my child is still massively distraught. He just screamed “TONY, NO!” sobbed dramatically and ran to his room. He is so upset, it shocking.

There is no chapter on this, in my parenting guide book. What do I do?

Update: He’s cocooned himself with blankets (despite the heat) and is still sobbing hysterically about Iron Man, only taking breaks to sip some sparkling water.

What are children, actually?

— 22 hours ago with 23 notes
My four year old chewed up his lego Iron Man’s legs…

and now he’s having the most upsetting funeral I’ve ever seen. All his lego characters are gathered around, and my son is literally wailing “IRON MAN!…… *sob*…. IRON MAN!…. COME BACK IRON MAN I AM SORRY”. He stops only to beg me to fix him, which I can’t do. I attempted to explain that just because his legs were broken, doesn’t mean he’s not still a super hero. That he just has a disability now, and that’s okay. But my child is still massively distraught. He just screamed “TONY, NO!” sobbed dramatically and ran to his room. He is so upset, it shocking.

There is no chapter on this, in my parenting guide book. What do I do?

— 22 hours ago with 23 notes
#kids say the darndest things 

From every child who felt different, and who needed to believe in magic; thank you, Joanne Kathleen Rowling - for teaching us to be brave… and Happy Birthday.

— 1 day ago with 3 notes
Hey, so I’ve started being active on my fandom blog again….

This,… this…. is technically my personal/fan art blog….. and everything I see/like/reblog goes onto the fandom blog…. which is not this blog. So, follow that blog too! But don’t stop following this one…. this one also posts cool stuff too…

betterthenfriends.tumblr.com

— 1 day ago with 1 note

weeping-angels-take-the-ponds:

I hate when people are like “Who gives a fuck if there is a baby on board?”

That sign is in case of a crash or something. Babies are extremely fragile. That sign is for paramedics and rescues and shit to know that a little tiny person may have been injured too

I also grew up thinking it was about understanding who was driving that car. Parents don’t get much sleep, they might be distracted by a crying baby in the back seat, they can’t always give driving their full attention, they might just be super grumpy (because dirty diapers are infuriating and so is day care costs), parenting is hard - give them some room, for EVERYONE’S safety. Like - would you want to drive too closely behind that? Or get in it’s blind spot? No - not really. I am glad they let everyone know - now we can all make it to our destinations without any tragedies. Am I the only one that thinks like this?

(via littleredruns)

— 1 day ago with 28 notes
Myers Briggs By Superpowers

readingontheroof:

INFJ: Visions of the future
ESTP: Superhuman strength
INTJ: Immortality
ESFP: Ability to freeze time
INFP: Literary manipulation
ESTJ: Power negation
INTP: Omniscience
ESFJ: Healing powers
ISFJ: Visions of the past
ENTP: Dimensional travel
ISTJ: Photographic memory
ENFP: Reality warping
ISFP: Shape shifting
ENTJ: Mind control
ISTP: Invulnerability
ENFJ: Empathic powers

INFP = I AM THE PAGEMASTER! MWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAH. I could not be happier, right now.

(via castiel-the-consulting-angel)

— 2 days ago with 36396 notes
I am turning 24 in October, and I am thinking about having a Harry Potter themed party….

I mean, its never too late to live your dreams, right? rofl. Anyways - I figure, ‘You’ve been invited to Tabby’s Party of Witchcraft and Wizardry’ invitations. Alcoholic drinks made to look like various potions. Punch served out of a cauldron. Magical themed, potluck food buffet. Costumes welcomed. Drunken Quidditch in my back yard using hula-hoops on poles.. Fog machines in the house because reasons. Goodie bags - IE, everyone gets a wand. Scary stories. Maybe watch one of the movies. I dunno….

Probably none of my friends will show up, like usual - maybe like two or three. But still, I think it would be fun! Or, am I just super lame?

— 2 days ago with 2 notes
#EVen if I am super lame - does the idea suck?  #or is it a good idea? 
Watch ‘In The Flesh’, they said….

'You'll love it!', they said.
'It's so great!', they said.

SHE WAS THE BEST OF THEM. THE BEST OF ALL OF US. HOW DARE 9 EPISODES SUCCEED IN MAKING ME FEELS. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHhhhhhh

— 2 days ago with 1 note
#in the flesh 

jefffwinger:

readmore-worryless:

huffpostbooks:

What’s Your Book Shelfie Style?

Not pictured: BOXES

not pictured: scattered everywhere

not pictured: most impressive and interesting at eye level, while ‘Guitar for Dummies’ is hastily crammed on the bottom shelf at foot level between that weird novel you got at a garage sale and wasn’t nearly as cool as you thought it would be, and that one school textbook you somehow managed to keep.

ADDENDUM: if you’re like me, there will also be two inexplicable copies of ‘reading and writing for success’, and a minimum of three dictionaries.

SECOND ADDENDUM: The only time you have ever stacked a book with the pages facing forward - is to hide your copy of twilight, so that no one would know your dirty shame. 

(via doctorwhowatsonwinchester)

— 5 days ago with 25790 notes
I watched ‘In The Flesh’ for the first time, today….

It’s really good, and I really want to watch the next episode, but it’s getting dark and my significant otter works tonight - so I’ll be home along all night, and zombies REALLY freak me out. I mean, they are one of my biggest fears. I have terrible nightmares, all the time. This first episode wasn’t bad, but what about the next one? Can anyone tell me if there’s any super scary scenes?

— 5 days ago with 5 notes
#in the flesh 
Anonymous asked: You should sell your wands at like a con or online. If I saw them at like comic con I would buy one


Answer:

I am actually going to be selling them at a small, local convention in my town on August 9th. It’s called inCONceivable (because: ‘what, a gaming convention in our tiny ass town…. INCONCEIVABLE!) but I am not sure how well they are going to do, because it’s primarily a gaming convention and is suited more to video and tabletop gaming. However, the closest conventions are a four hour drive away, so I am thinking a variety of geeks will show up just because a lot of them have never had an opportunity to attend a con before. I already sold them at one fair, when I only had a few - and they did well there, so I’ve got a three-day fair booth booked that I am sharing with my family (who make other, nerdy and non-nerdy crafts) at the end of august. 

I am hoping to have an etsy shop set up by mid-September, it’s in the works anyways - so that I can sell my wands, and geeky jewelry. My business name at the moment is ‘Wacky Wizarding Wands and Other Wonderful Whats’its’ ^-^ Once the etsy shop is up, I’ll definitely blog about it and let everyone know. My wands vary in price from $6.50 - $10 canadian, so their definitely affordable. ^-^

— 5 days ago