There ultimate clarity is drunkiness!!
So very true!
Photo Taken by: Scott Truesdell
This partial solar eclipse happened over Florida this morning at sunrise.
I can honestly say a sunrise has never looked as magnificent.
So my husband gave me a smiley face. Just this plastic smiley face he cut out from a plastic bag. Over the last couple of weeks I have been normal, the only difference is my normal is simply numb. I feel nothing I have no desire to do anything I simply exist. He always knows these periods are the after effects of a major mental episode.
My point is this, I treasure that simple Happy Face. More than any diamonds he has ever presented me, with I would cry if something happened to it where as I would simply be pissed if something happened to the diamonds.
Is it not funny how it is the simple things are the ones that can make you feel something so deeply.
(1) President Abraham Lincoln, who had depression
(2) Writer Virginia Woolf, who had bipolar disorder
(3) Artist Vincent Van Gogh, who had bipolar disorder
(4) Writer Sylvia Plath, who had depression
(5) Mathematician John Nash (from A Brilliant Mind), who had schizophrenia
Inspired by this post
Reading these made me so, so, very sad.
I luff you, Google.
Awesome. I’m pro-living-longer.
Who the HELL wants to live that long! this world sucks enough without stupid people living forever
So I have started a new blog that is strictly the musings of an insane person
If any of my current followers are interested in these musings feel free to follow it. I however will not follow back or follow period from that blog because my art blog is still my primary blog.
So I have this friend who has this great photography blog and for people who are into that he posts all of his own stuff. What I also like is all his photos are natural and unenhanced.
Check it out http://miggystuffs.tumblr.com/
Andy Warhol (via shelbymcquilkin)
All artist regardless of medium should live by this.