Glacidea

jumpsuitedmonster:

Am I kicked out of the fandom yet? 

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Palm Lapras. Cuter IRL. I had issues getting good pics! We need a mega Lapras!

One time I dated this guy. He asked me to prom. Called me five minutes later to tell me he decided to go out with someone that would put out on prom night.

One time I dated this girl. She controlled who I could be friends with. She monitored my food. She monitored me any time I left the house. She monitored my Internet and Xbox live. She flipped out on me one day because I was texting an old high school friend.

One time I dated this guy. He stopped dating me because I don’t look like a California girl and he has a status to uphold.

I would be confused and hurt, but I still had me. I still had my same old awesomeness. I was simply spreading it to the wrong people. These people needed an awesome hit because they were low on their own sense of awesome. These people didn’t deserve me and I certainly didn’t deserve them.

I don’t need anyone else’s awesome and they shouldn’t need mine. I do one day hope to find someone equally as awesome. We will combine our awesomes and make something truly spectacular.

smash-chu:

A flowery hedgehog sitting with some flowers, a very summer-y piece inspired by all the flowers and plant life that i see when i go biking around the neighborhood.

smash-chu:

A flowery hedgehog sitting with some flowers, a very summer-y piece inspired by all the flowers and plant life that i see when i go biking around the neighborhood.

(via pokemon-personalities)

kasvmigoto said: Hello! I was just wondering if you have a time frame for the palm plush contest prizes? I know that commissions and real life should come first and it's no rush, I'm just going to be moving to college soon and was curious about timeframes. No biggie, and sorry to bug you. (I'll also hopefully be commissioning you for another palm soon, but I'm probably going to wait until I'm settled into college)

Oh awesome! Good luck with college! I’ve finished one of them already and am almost done with the other two! The giveaway plush are included with the early August completion timeframe! I’ll contact you when I’m finished so I can get the best shipping address for you! Feel free to message me anytime you have concerns or questions!

Anonymous said: Are the dolls you have for sale? Do you have an etsy, store, or commission information that I've somehow missed?

The things I make have owners already. I do work on commission. My list has become so small that I am able to take on a few more with no problems! I’m finishing everything in order of payment received, of course, but I’m still slated for an early August finish with current commissions.

I don’t currently have a price list set up, other than palm plush being 40/45 shipped (depending on country), but if you give me an idea of what you want, I can work with you on pricing for bigger things! My price for bigger than palm plush generally ranges from 60 to 120 and up depending on size, complexity, etc.

For those awaiting shipping, be it for plush or sales items, I’ll hopefully be taking a big load out either Tuesday or Thursday! If you’re curious whether yours has been shipped, please message me Tuesday night/Thursday night.

Ladies in waiting

Ladies in waiting

Houndour Plush

PokéBuddies!

PokéBuddies!

Dittochu Pokedoll Plush

brynalyn said: I would love to read something that you've written, if you would ever want to show it @u@ and your gas station post really resonated with me, by the way~ I have a large affinities for gas stations and rest stops late at night, the people , the atmosphere, and the strange dreamy quality that it takes you to. A very specific feeling that you explained nicely and it brought me back to memories of road trips with my mom, and the ethereal feeling you get in such a place. Thank you for reminding me..

Yes! You put it perfectly. It has that strange dreamy quality ESPECIALLY since you’ve been driving so long and then you’re suddenly in this area before driving again. It’s almost like an island, one you aren’t even sure existed because it was 4 am and you’re travel partners woke you only do you could enter this place to pee or get snacks. Everyone is off to some sort of adventure or mission or returning, tired, ready for home so there’s this energy.

I’m glad someone else understood what I meant! It’s this eerie, dreamy, enchanting quality and I love writing about it!

Okay so I’m about to go on a long rant about how inspirational this is for me. Feel free to skip. *achem*One scene I’ve always liked has been when someone is near a place like a gas station at night which has happy music or something playing and then they must walk away from it and the music slowly fades, giving way to silence or new, softer mood score undertones. I haven’t seen the movie Paulie since I was, god, probably 10. In it, Paulie is singing a song at a gas station or food stand and once they finish, the music fades and you’re left with this run down location in the middle of nowhere. It’s just very inspiring and has stuck with me for some reason. In fact, one of the novels I’m writing is about a rundown planetoid that serves as a pit stop out of necessity rather than a place you’d enjoy visiting or making a rest stop. It focuses on the workers of a laundromat. There’s just something about a run down place in the middle of nowhere, leaving a gas station in the middle of nowhere while the music fades, it just endears me. I’ve never had much opportunity to write about such locations, unfortunately, which is why I’m just having so much fun with the rundown galactic laundromat idea.So yes, tl;dr this image is super inspiring to me because I’m weird… Maybe someday I’ll actually post something I’ve written. Maybe…

Okay so I’m about to go on a long rant about how inspirational this is for me. Feel free to skip. *achem*

One scene I’ve always liked has been when someone is near a place like a gas station at night which has happy music or something playing and then they must walk away from it and the music slowly fades, giving way to silence or new, softer mood score undertones. I haven’t seen the movie Paulie since I was, god, probably 10. In it, Paulie is singing a song at a gas station or food stand and once they finish, the music fades and you’re left with this run down location in the middle of nowhere. It’s just very inspiring and has stuck with me for some reason.

In fact, one of the novels I’m writing is about a rundown planetoid that serves as a pit stop out of necessity rather than a place you’d enjoy visiting or making a rest stop. It focuses on the workers of a laundromat. There’s just something about a run down place in the middle of nowhere, leaving a gas station in the middle of nowhere while the music fades, it just endears me.

I’ve never had much opportunity to write about such locations, unfortunately, which is why I’m just having so much fun with the rundown galactic laundromat idea.

So yes, tl;dr this image is super inspiring to me because I’m weird…

Maybe someday I’ll actually post something I’ve written. Maybe…

(Source: seppin, via pannsie)

Small canine Pokemon.

Nomnomnom. The ottz were super playful today!