This is a content notice for this post. There will be lots of talk about depression and self-harm. If you are having suicidal (or self-harming!) thoughts, please call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or text “Go” to 741-741 to reach the Crisis Text Line If you’re still open to reading this, keep going after this hilarious renaming of animals. I’m particularly fond of the Majestic Sea Flap Flap. I started doing theater in the second grade. From there, I moved to a solo career, singing at a talent show that brought people to their feet. Then choir, where solos came my way quiteRead More →

I have one lung. I live with mental illness. I do this amazing Frisky Fairy stuff. I am trying to go back to school. I’m busy. Parts of my life need me to consistently manage my spoons in order to continue doing the things I love. What are spoons, you ask? Well if you haven’t read the original post yet, do so now. I talk about spoons a lot when I’m talking about my life and so, the short answer when asking about the Spoon Theory is this: The spoon theory is a model used by some disabled people and people with chronic illness toRead More →

Trigger Warning: Graphic Descriptions of Self Harm I’d like to apologize in advance for harshing on your holiday groove because this is not a happy post. I debated for quite some time about even sharing this post, and I’ve looked at it a number of times and considered scrapping the whole fucking thing. My partners have encouraged me to post it, as they feel (and so do I) that the topic is not something that is discussed enough, and ought to be given more attention. I’m posting this over the holidays because for me, the holidays are often marked with anxiety, family arguments, stress, andRead More →

I will not tolerate abusive or harassing behavior on my site. My site, my rules. Don’t like it? GTFO. This is to serve as both a trigger warning and a warning about NSFW language and/or images. If you are having thoughts of suicide or self-harm, please, click here or contact the national suicide hotline at  1-800-273-8255. For help finding affordable mental health services, click here. I know that this doesn’t necessarily deal with sex, but I believe it is incredibly important to discuss. When we die, there is often a note about how we died that gets attached to our stories. Those pieces of our lives, of our deaths,Read More →