Some life updates for ya: I’m a certified dog groomer now!
Minoan fresco, c. 1600 BC Crete
fox hair clips - $5
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Where are all of my fox friends? Because I’m going to put one of these on all of you, NO ARGUMENTS.
Dionysos and Agathos Daimon (“Good Spirit”), genius of the soil around Vesuvius, Pompeii.
Shoutout to everyone who follows me still, especially during my massive lulls in any kind of content/activity at all.
On a good note, also, I’m trying to whittle down how often I’m working, especially in a corporate business, and looking to find work at a pet service place that’s literally five minutes from my house. I’ve also been doing better on the personal health spectrum; I’ve finalllllyyy gone to the doctors. After wrestling how my new medical care works and being emotionally crippled by years of anxiety of even trying to do so on my own, I am being treated with the kind of compassion I was afraid I wasn’t going to find in the medical world. All in all, I will be getting many things taken care of.
I seriously appreciate so many of you, like I said before, who have stuck around, supported me, and encouraged me through many rough seasons. It means a lot, and has actually motivated me to find a way to help myself. So, really, thank you.
With all that said, I’m hoping to get my butt back in gear here and eventually have more energy agai. It really does make me sad that I don’t seem to have the wits or spoons to sit on this blog for too long, and to engage everyone as much as I used to, because I do miss it and the lot of you!
is that poseidon?
Yes, it is most definitely Poseidon.
Poseidon’s got a fine butt
This is extemely beautiful
Poseidon’s also got a fine back like damn
Poseidon has bubbles coming out of his ass
Proof that even the sea god farts.
[SEE-tus] When Cassiopeia, wife of King Cepheus of Ethiopia, boasted that she was more beautiful than the sea nymphs called the Nereids she set in motion one of the most celebrated stories in mythology, whose characters are commemorated in the sky. In retribution for the insult to the Nereids, the sea god Poseidon sent a monster to ravage the coast of Cepheus’s territory. That monster is represented by the constellation Cetus. #astronomy #science #studyingthestars #stars