Bonjour Karine

19 year old lady, exploring the strange lands of earth. Inhaling nature and exhaling experiences. recovery is on and off.
rokuthecat:

My black Puma by SeldaPhoto
Meli - European Shorthair
EKH,black,cat,cateye,eyes,katze

rokuthecat:

My black Puma by SeldaPhoto
Meli - European Shorthair
EKH,black,cat,cateye,eyes,katze

slightly-oblivvyous:

One of my dear friends has been struggling with a string of low spoons days lately, which inspired me to create this spoons meter so they could quickly and wordlessly convey how they were feeling that day. It works on a scale of 0 to 5, where five spoons means: “Hey, I’m feeling good! Let’s go out and see people and kick ass and crush the patriarchy!” and zero spoons means: “Spoon levels critically low - DO NOT ENGAGE”
I figured this might be useful for other spoonies struggling with chronic illness or disability, so I’m making it freely available! The meter itself is small enough to fit nicely in a blog description or anywhere else you may wish to conspicuously display your current spoons level.

You can download the full set here. It’s totally free to use (although, of course, credit and a note to let me know would be lovely!) Even if you don’t need this, please consider reblogging in case one of your followers might find it useful.
May all your spoons be polished and your silverware drawer be full! =3

slightly-oblivvyous:

One of my dear friends has been struggling with a string of low spoons days lately, which inspired me to create this spoons meter so they could quickly and wordlessly convey how they were feeling that day. It works on a scale of 0 to 5, where five spoons means: “Hey, I’m feeling good! Let’s go out and see people and kick ass and crush the patriarchy!” and zero spoons means: “Spoon levels critically low - DO NOT ENGAGE”

I figured this might be useful for other spoonies struggling with chronic illness or disability, so I’m making it freely available! The meter itself is small enough to fit nicely in a blog description or anywhere else you may wish to conspicuously display your current spoons level.

You can download the full set here. It’s totally free to use (although, of course, credit and a note to let me know would be lovely!) Even if you don’t need this, please consider reblogging in case one of your followers might find it useful.

May all your spoons be polished and your silverware drawer be full! =3

(via fibromyalgiasucks)

comicbookcovers:

Batman #73, October 1952, cover by Dick Sprang and Charles Paris

comicbookcovers:

Batman #73, October 1952, cover by Dick Sprang and Charles Paris

kurtbusiek:

marvel1980s:

Marvel Age Annual#1 1985, cover by Kerry Gammill and Tom Morgan.

I edited this cover, and it was a nightmare.
I put together reference shots of all these characters (this was long before Google), so Kerry would know what their current costumes were, stuff like that. He drew the cover and sent in the pencils — but he threw out all the reference Xeroxes I made him. So I had to do it all over again for Tom Morgan. [Actually, if I’m remembering correctly, Joe Sinnott was originally slated to ink it, but by the time he got the cover, he’d run out of time, and so he had to send it back. And who knows, he may have been frightened off by all those characters. But he returned the reference Xeroxes, too.] Luckily the colorist (Paul Becton, I think) didn’t need reference.
Great cover, though…

kurtbusiek:

marvel1980s:

Marvel Age Annual#1 1985, cover by Kerry Gammill and Tom Morgan.

I edited this cover, and it was a nightmare.

I put together reference shots of all these characters (this was long before Google), so Kerry would know what their current costumes were, stuff like that. He drew the cover and sent in the pencils — but he threw out all the reference Xeroxes I made him. So I had to do it all over again for Tom Morgan. [Actually, if I’m remembering correctly, Joe Sinnott was originally slated to ink it, but by the time he got the cover, he’d run out of time, and so he had to send it back. And who knows, he may have been frightened off by all those characters. But he returned the reference Xeroxes, too.] Luckily the colorist (Paul Becton, I think) didn’t need reference.

Great cover, though…

(via comicbookcovers)